Basicly, Information is all we have...
And what our brains use
to construct our world with...
But the amount of information out there is, of course, enormous.
And it would, of course, be nice with a little Commodity AI help
- to help us
find a way in the data mountains out there...
- Data is not information.
We need to understand the data out there...
- Information is not knowledge.
- Knowledge is not understanding.
- Understanding is not wisdom.
- Clifford Stoll
And we need AI to help us...
It is difficult to think of a major industry
that AI will not transform.
That includes healthcare, education, transportation,
retail, communication, and agriculture.
There are surprisingly clear paths for AI
to make a big difference in all of these industries.
According to the dictionary, a "commodity" is a an unprocessed or partially
Grain, fruits, metals are commodities, a service is not.
In the IT world it has recently been argued that AI is rapidly becoming a kind of
Included in a product, as a semi-finished product that another
service just happens to use.
But how easy is it really these days to ''add AI'' to a given IT product?
Can just about anyone do it? Well, as usual, the devil is in the details.
Read more in my DataTech article: Commodity AI (d) (Ingenioeren. DataTech, Engineers Denmark).
A pdf version is also available: Commodity AI, (DataTech, frontpage, pdf version), and Commodity AI (article, pdf version)
(Ingenioeren, February 4th 2020: Commodity AI. Frontpage link, pdf version).
Or, read on, in english, in my LinkedIn Article: Commodity AI (LinkedIn).
Also available in a pdf version: Commodity AI (pdf version).
Btw. the LinkedIn article had a viewcount of 117, 2 days after it was published on LinkedIn.
And the DataTech article probably had many, many more views...
Simon Laub (Let me Google that for you).