Enterprise AI

C3.ai – An Enterprise Artificial Intelligence Stock

Invented by the Chinese more than 2,500 years ago, Go is thought to be the oldest board game ever played. There are vastly more possible Go games than there are subatomic particles in the known universe. In the beautiful documentary AlphaGo, we see the country of Korea captivated by an artificial intelligence (AI) program playing […]

Why We’re Avoiding Sumo Logic Stock

IPOs are coming out of the woodwork in a heated market that defies the imagination. There has been an unprecedented loss in productivity around the globe, yet the markets continue soaring to new highs. In the words of Mr. Dickens, “it was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” It’s always a […]

Making IBM Great Again With Artificial Intelligence

The larger a corporation becomes, the more processes are needed to control things, and sometimes you end up with a buzzword-laden monstrosity that’s nearly impossible to figure out. Warren Buffet often advises to “invest in what you know,” which is perhaps why IBM turned out to be one of his biggest investment mistakes. As longtime […]

7 AI Enterprise Solutions Getting Funding in 2018

We write an awful lot about artificial intelligence. Sometimes it might seem like so much hype that the AI bubble is primed to burst any day now. Our perspective is that AI and its related technologies – machine learning, deep learning, neural networks, natural language processing, and computer vision – is the new electricity. Pretty […]

Hive – AI for Enterprises Meets Human-in-the-Loop

We’re not going to lie to you. Sitting around all day researching the crap out of various technology topics, and then giving said research away for free, is a bit disheartening at times. No, it’s not the fact that we have to do the research. That’s the best part. We come across incredibly interesting facts, talk […]

Noodle.ai – AI for Enterprise Applications

When you spend some time working in the corporate world, you quickly learn how difficult it is to operate a publicly traded company. Senior leadership in most corporations are often criticized for being overly compensated, but such criticisms are rarely offered up by people who truly understand how difficult the job can be. For example, try ranking […]