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Ethics of AI - Chapter 1: The Human Difference

The first question when considering machine ethics is “where to start?”  We could start with a definition of ethics, an understanding of what is possible, or how machines are improving at an increasing rate.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

Nobody cares about your messy legacy environment

The most impactful directional shift I see successful companies make is they prioritize the right activities with their scarce resources.  They understand how they need to serve their customers, partners, and employees with technologies that align to their needs.  They also make choices to direct resources to those appropriate priorities and less toward others that […]

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

IT Is Undergoing a Fundamental Management and Operational Change And We're Not Looking

Without our realizing it, the primary role of IT as an engineering organization has been shifting to one of service integration. The practice of understanding business requirements and designing, building and deploying IT solutions is giving way to integrating pieces, parts and services to meet those same business requirements. IT executives who don't understand this shift will face severe challenges in meeting business needs at cost and availability levels that are acceptable to the business.

Randy Steinberg by Randy Steinberg

Managing the Migration Migraine

This post will help to shed some light on the different forms of data migration as well as a look into the preferred steps to take in order to make sure your data is successfully migrated.

Dan Vogt by Dan Vogt