Return of intelligence

As the road to digital transformation stretches out, the field of AI is gaining a second wind in many different ways, writes Quinton O’Reilly

3rd June, 2018
Jeff McCann, Dell EMC customer solutions centre director for IoT

Trends tend to come in peaks and troughs. When something new emerges, it’s rare that it goes from nothing to standard in one go.

Smartphones were around long before the iPhone made them mainstream, video games suffered a major crash in the 1980s before a revival that turned them into a multibillion euro industry, and developments in computing means actions are processed faster than ever.

The same can be said of some technologies,...

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