Overwhelmingly, Executives report the driving need for DevOps and adoption of automation and orchestration frameworks is driven by scalability needs and reduction of OpEx. However, Execs often think that it’s the frameworks or tools themselves that bring the value. Without knowledge and expertise, the tools fall short - the true value of DevOps is not realized.

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Do Chatbots Provide Real Business Value or Increased Customer Frustration?

Posted by Rythmos on Jul 19, 2019 11:00:00 AM

Chatbots are polarizing. On the one hand, are the skeptics, afraid of anything not human. They become genuinely upset when visiting a website they are interrupted by a single message - “Hi, How can we help you today?”

On the other hand, you have fervent supporters who want to skip the theatrics and ask pointed questions directly to the source. Chatbots earn the ire or the adoring love of everyone - and it’s rarely an in-between opinion.

So what is the problem? What is the place of the chatbot today? Are they just a necessary though frustrating stepping stone to something much better or are they a pivotal part of adding real business value? 

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Topics: AI, Artificial Intelligence, Customer Experience, Digital Transformation, Natural Language Processing

Artificial Intelligence Trends to Watch in 2019

Posted by Rythmos on Jan 16, 2019 5:30:00 AM

Robot delivery. Automated vehicles. 2018 was a fascinating and often bizarre year for artificial intelligence.

However, what is happening for this year? End-of-year tech reports, as well as analysis from consumer and special interest groups, pinpoint a few things that have worked for the year- and others that haven’t.

Companies small and large are even beginning to utilize these tactics to reach more customers and expand their scope.

We have reviewed a variety of trends and found at least four that seem to be taking hold for 2019.

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Topics: AI, Artificial Intelligence, 2019 Trends

A quick look at Unity 3D, one of the world’s leading content-creation engines

Posted by Rythmos on Sep 6, 2018 12:35:28 PM

While not every game requires a game engine by design, they make up a significant part of the  industry’s vitality. The overwhelming majority of AAA titles rely on the physics and design of some of the industry’s leading engines.

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Topics: AI, game development, Artificial Intelligence, VR, Virtual Reality, 2D Game Design, 3D Game Design