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March 2017 (100 Companies) [Volume 26, Issue 3]

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Posted March 01, 2017

Although the Internet of Things (IoT) is early stages of the maturity curve, more than 70 percent of enterprises are already collecting information for IoT initiatives, according to a recent study. Posted March 01, 2017

"Big data shattered the paradigm where organizations would only use methods designed for a single relational database. They suddenly needed unstructured data analysis for big data, along with relational methods to find the proverbial needle in the haystack and a linked data approach to connect things and see how they relate." Posted March 01, 2017

Our annual list of 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management features organizations that manifest innovation, ingenuity, resourcefulness, usefulness, collaboration, community, expertise and that help their customers attain such qualities. Posted March 01, 2017

The next generation of cognitive applications will put computers even more firmly in the drivers' seat and require increasing confidence in their capabilities.

Although cognitive computing has tremendous potential to augment and enable knowledge work, its implementation should not distract KM programs from their core missions to retain critical knowledge and ensure its flow.
Posted March 01, 2017

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Posted March 01, 2017

News Analysis

When we think about how to understand the emerging dynamics of the markets for cognitive computing and what it's going to look like as products begin to come to market, what better place to look for a model than to the field of autonomous vehicles? Posted March 01, 2017

David Weinberger

The Internet is the perfection of the art—and now science—of attention capture and monetization.
The space is polluted, but it's also far vaster than any attentional space we've ever had.
Posted March 01, 2017

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