James Kobielus

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James Kobielus is SiliconAngle Wikibon's lead analyst for AI, data science, and application development.

How AI can help solve the ‘fake news’ problem

Big data analytics: The cloud-fueled shift now under way

Big data analytics: The cloud-fueled shift now under way

Public clouds are the future of enterprise big data analytics, and their use is creating the unified platform needed to fully gain its value

Generative AI: The new power tool for creative pros

Generative AI: The new power tool for creative pros

Generative AI will drive the next generation of apps for autoprogramming, content development, visual arts, and other creative, design, and engineering activities

Even data scientists are facing AI takeover

Even data scientists are facing AI takeover

As euphemisms fly for AI replacing human activity, data scientists start to experience the benefits and risks of AI-assisted automation

Data is eating the software that is eating the world

Data is eating the software that is eating the world

The data-driven machine learning algorithms that power AI will not only upend programming, but lower the barriers to AI itself

How to write event-driven IoT microservices that don’t break

How to write event-driven IoT microservices that don’t break

Today’s IoT environments are a potential rat’s nest of asynchronous craziness just waiting to happen

Cloud computing in a bubble economy

Cloud computing is the IT world's latest hot topic, and it's no secret why. In tough times, when capital expenditure budgets are under severe pressure, any pay-per-use solution looks like a winner. If you give enterprises a...

Simplification, not XML, is the Key to PKI Success

In this mean season, it's sad to see our fondest e-business visions become stale jokes.Take public-key infrastructure (PKI) technologies. More specifically, let's take another look at yesteryear's promise of interoperable,...

P2P 'fat clients' not for Internet collaboration

In today's online world, most of us live by the philosophy "Have browser, will travel." Often we can travel as far as we like on the Internet with just this one thin client. And many of us prefer to travel light, resisting efforts to...

Simplification, not XML, is the key to PKI success

In this mean season, it's sad to see our fondest e-business visions become stale jokes.Take public-key infrastructure (PKI) technologies. More specifically, let's take another look at yesteryear's promise of interoperable,...

FCC adds to instant messaging standards mess

The interoperability outlook for the instant messaging and presence market keeps growing cloudier. Some of the blame lies with the instant messaging/presence industry itself. Vendors and service providers have spent years developing,...

B2B is ideal test bed for XML Digital Signatures

ITworld.com – We can now take for granted the notion that electronic signatures, under U.S. law, may be as legal and binding as the pen-and-paper variety. The new Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act has removed...

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