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First Week of September 2019 - Top Stories About Cloud Industry

05 Sep 2019 by Emil Indricau 8 minute read

 

In the cloud industry, each week, new things are happening.

We made a list of 10 stories about cloud computing. From Trust, Open Government, Platforms, Revenues, Enterprise, AI, Acquisitions, Cloud Security, Cost Optimization, Financial, Collaboration, and Public Sector, the list prove each industry is disrupted by the cloud integration. 

 

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How the UK Government will prepare to use emerging technologies to build better public services

21 Jun 2019 by Emil Indricau 4 minute read

On June 10, 2019, the Government Digital Service, also known as GDS, unveiled a policy paper titled "The Government technology Innovation Strategy".  Split into 3 sections; people, process, data and technology.

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How Prediction Machines can help UK Government to offer Better Public Services

12 Jun 2019 by Emil Indricau 3 minute read

"The current wave of advances in artificial intelligence doesn’t actually bring us intelligence but instead a critical component of intelligence:- prediction."

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Should we have a Kaggle alternative for Government?

18 Apr 2019 by Anaeko 3 minute read

 

Kaggle is an online community of data scientists and machine learners, owned by Google LLC. It offers an environment where users can find and publish datasets, explore and build models in a web-based data-science environment, work with other data scientists and machine learning engineers, and enter competitors to solve data science challenges.

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What we can learn from the failed Government ID scheme Verify

06 Mar 2019 by Anaeko 4 minute read

 

It was announced this week that the Gov.UK Verify had fallen short of its target of 25 million users by 2020, only securing 3.6 million so far. With a current spend of £154m on Verify, the government is due to stop funding it from April 2020, handing operations over to the private sector. So what is Verify and how did it fail?

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The Two Main Problems of Artificial Intelligence In Healthcare

27 Feb 2019 by Anaeko 2 minute read

 

Artificial Intelligence In Healthcare

There are few (if any) industries that can be transformed by artificial intelligence to the degree that healthcare can. As initiatives around the world seek to digitize healthcare data, there are huge opportunities for game-changing tools and platforms. However, with potentially a yottabyte (1024 gigabytes) of healthcare data in the United States alone, we are no closer to this utopian, data-driven world of healthcare. Data in existence is not standardized, highly fragmented and is stored in incompatible legacy platforms. The technology exists, so why is healthcare so far behind other sectors in utilizing existing technology and what needs to be done to catch up?

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The Role of Government and Big Data in Reducing our Carbon Footprint

13 Feb 2019 by Anaeko 3 minute read

 

Big Data has many wonderful opportunities, some a little advanced for our current infrastructure but may become an everyday reality in a few years. Think of driverless cars or augmented and mixed reality, we are starting to embrace these new concepts but will be another 10 years before they really 'take over the world'. One opportunity that we see disseminating across the world is the use of data for 'Smart Cities'.

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Analytics in AI: Prediction Machines in UK Gov

09 Jan 2019 by Anaeko 3 minute read

 

Working within the technology industry there are some buzzwords which come up over and over again, current one being 'Artificial Intelligence'. 

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3 ways predictive analytics could be the key player in UK government

12 Dec 2018 by Anaeko 3 minute read

Before Obama's election as President he promised many things to the citizens of America, one being that if elected, his government would;

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Open Government Data - How it Could be used

28 Nov 2018 by Anaeko 3 minute read

What is Data?

Data is one of the most talked about subjects at the moment alongside Big Data, AI and Robots, but what exactly is it? The Oxford dictionary defines it as ‘facts and statistics collected together for reference or analysis’.  Every time you enter your details into an application form, social media network or membership subscription, your information is collected. It allows other parties to make more strategic decisions when planning objectives around marketing, hiring, product, finance and engineering. Data has been collected for years however, 90% of current data has been created in the last two years with Forbes suggesting there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day at our current pace (roughly 100 million blu-ray discs). So what has this got to do with Open Government Data?

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