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You’ve heard the old saying that two heads are better than one. Well, it’s true, and Bright Computing has a long history of putting its head together with Dell EMC to build solutions you can really use.Read More >
The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in business is becoming more popular by the day. A subset of artificial intelligence, deep learning, is known more for controlling autonomous vehicles and facial recognition technology than some more practical applications. While most of us can see the benefits of deep learning, we may not appreciate the wide variety of use cases that it can offer. Here are three applications to spark your interesting in using deep learning in news ways for your business.Read More >
Deep Learning is a subfield of machine learning. These both fall under a broader category of artificial intelligence; however, deep learning is behind the most "human-like" artificial intelligence.
Many of today's applications dealing with customer service utilize machine learning algorithms. These algorithms increase agent productivity and make workflows more dependable. Artificial intelligence is an exciting industry for many businesses because its most practical use will be customer service.Read More >
The use of artificial intelligence by businesses is not a new concept. Anyone who has used Facebook, Google, Netflix, or Amazon is well aware of the tailored approach these companies use based on customer habits. And the use of customer driven data is not confined to high-tech companies alone. Businesses of all types apply machine learning to help drive a wide variety of decisions on marketing, product development, security, and even email spam filters.Read More >
Big Picture Efficiency
Efficiency as a business concept approaches an almost revered status for IT admins and bean counters alike. In an HPC (High Performance Computing) environment, cluster performance for discrete tasks represents the majority of actual work done efficiency, but most major HPC cluster providers remain fairly price competitive in the pay for processing market.Read More >