On the Road to "Driverless" Automation

For years Supply Chain Management Technology companies have been striving to achieve automation in spend analysis. Today we use Artificial Intelligence with great results and without human interaction; but, they somehow struggle when applying the Artificial Intelligence to the data received overall, as data itself includes errors.

D-Day Remembered: How Did They Do that Without Software?

It’s kind of difficult to imagine how the logistics was pulled off without the aid of today’s planning, sourcing and procurement software. You think you’ve got a tough job? Even with two years or so to plan it was a daunting task.

Homer Simpson isn’t real, you know?

For the first time, and quite remarkably, The Simpsons was recently broadcast live. Think about it. That’s an extraordinary thing. An animated show, created originally in the classic mode of artist-drawn cells frame after frame, is now being broadcast live, in real time. The computing power necessary to combine motion-capture and real-time rendering, even for a basic animation form is simply staggering, and actually the subtleties in The Simpsons make it far from basic, really.

The Hard and Soft of Interoperable Devices: Why Hardware and Software Must Work in Tandem

Of what use are jaw-dropping hardware specs without software that can do it complete justice? In some ways, it’s like driving an SUV powered by a lawn-mower engine or a muscle car that could never go beyond 80 mph! At a recent event in Beijing, Chinese electronics manufacturer, LeEco, rolled out the world’s first smartphone that will run Qualcomm’s much anticipated Snapdragon 820 processor, while also announcing a surprisingly diverse new range of products that included a VR headset, a television and even an autonomous driving car.

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