We want to share a new food for thought. And today it’s a guest post from the content team at websitesthatsell.com.au.
So here’re a little introduction and infographic:
“Whenever we talk about technology we are referring to something that is always in a state of flux and change. Therefore we might have come across technologies only in books and other such imaginary situations. However, the same are no longer imaginary but are slowly becoming real. Today the buzzword in technology is artificial intelligence or AI as many people would like to call it. It is being used selectively in some areas. However, over the years it is quite likely to have much wider acceptance and become important as far as businesses, trade and commerce are concerned. We are sharing some useful information which we are sure will help you to understand AI a bit more.”
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SoftElegance sponsored the ITO & BPO Germany Forum and presented “Big Data – The Future Of Software Development” session
23 of April 2015 SoftElegance participated as a sponsor and speakers at the ITO & BPO Germany Forum, the only international industry event in Germany that focuses on onshoring and nearshoring services preferred and shows opportunities to optimize these existing models and solutions.
The speakers are Andrii Stolbov, CEO of SoftElegance, who has founded the company in 1993, with the specialization in custom software development, mainly of sophisticated business software, and Andrii Starzhinsky, VP of Marketing, who joined the company more than 5 years ago, with the aim to provide innovative software development outsourcing services to German speaking countries, the Netherlands and Scandinavian markets. Both speakers are currently researching Big Data challenges, and practical aspects of implementing the new technologies at custom applications and Enterprise.
Big data market is estimated up to 40 billions of Euro, according to IDC through 2018. Till 2020 it would create 4.4 millions of IT jobs internationally. And the volume of business data, across all companies, doubles every 15 months. Every day it generated 2.5 exabytes of information, or 2.5 Millions of Terabytes.