ServiceNow: Five steps to achieve value from machine learning ServiceNow recommends how CIOs can jump-start their journey to a digital transformation with machine learning. There are many different definitions of artificial intelligence, and to some practical-minded types, the one that matters is the one that's pertinent to the task at hand. Take the case of Debu Chatterjee, who is the senior director of platform engineering for enterprise software giant ServiceNow, the publicly traded, $49 billion (market cap) company best known for bringing cloud computing to IT help desks. Chatterjee, who came to the company in 2017 when ServiceNow bought his startup, DxContinuum, likes the definition supplied by UC Berkeley professor of computer science Stuart Russell: "An entity is intelligent to the extent that it does the right thing, meaning, that its actions are expected to achieve its objective." To Chatterjee, who is also head of machine learning, AI, and predictive analytics … [Read more...] about The question of AI for ServiceNow is a question of what works
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caption A British Airways Boeing 777. source British Airways British Airways is celebrating its 100th birthday this year. The century-old airline’s forerunner, Air Transport and Travel Limited, commenced daily international flights in August 1919. Last year, I flew in British Airways’ “World Traveler” economy-class cabin from London to New York to see what the experience was like. With dozens of flights a day operated by several major airlines, the New York-London route is a high-traffic, competitive route. British Airways, together with its joint venture partner American Airlines, is one of the highest-profile operators between the two major financial markets and vacation destinations. British Airways is celebrating its 100th birthday this year. While the modern iteration of the airline was formed in 1974 with the merger of British Overseas Airways Corporation and British European Airways, the … [Read more...] about British Airways just turned 100 years old. Here’s what it’s like to fly in its international economy class.
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