How Does Cognitive Computing Work?

Cognitive computing (CC) refers to technology platforms that simulate human thinking in order to improve human decision-making. It is a combination of cognitive science and computer science. Cognitive computing platforms are self-learning systems that combine machine learning, reasoning, natural language processing, speech and vision recognition, human-computer interaction, dialog and narrative generation, as well other technologies. Read More >

Nvidia Graphics Cards

One of the current leaders in GPU (Graphics Processing Unit) technologies are Nvidia graphics cards. The Nvidia corporation specializes in high-performance graphics processing hardware and software ranging from graphics cards to graphics drivers and graphics optimization utilities. Alongside AMD, Nvidia is one of the main providers of GPU hardware for both individual computer hobbyists as Read More >

GPUs and Deep Learning

When it comes to understanding machine learning and artificial intelligence, it can be helpful to familiarize yourself with the concept of deep learning and how it relates to Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). While the concept of machine learning has existed for decades, the processing capacity offered by modern GPU-enabled computing solutions has opened up new opportunities Read More >

What is Cloud Repatriation?

“Cloud Repatriation” has recently become a buzzword – and one that builds on the confusion of “cloud”. This term is typically used when talking about companies that are significantly overpaying for infrastructure from their Public Cloud of choice. So what is “Cloud Repatriation”? Cloud Repatriation is when a company is moving workloads out of the Read More >