5 Key Stories From The Digital Worlds
BY NABYL CHARANIA
- A consortium building a blockchain for tracking the provenance of pharmaceuticals.
- Unlike Food Trust, MediLedger uses an enterprise version of the ethereum blockchain, built with a modified version of the Parity client and a consensus mechanism called proof of authority.
- MediLedger initially focused on the verification of drugs that are returned to be resold – a sliver of the pharma market, but one that’s still worth over $6 billion.
- More than 75% of global software decision makers are implementing or planning to implement DAM.
- Provides a central repository that is a single source of truth, and it integrates into downstream technologies to deliver content to omnichannel endpoints.
- AI can help categorize large libraries of content with metadata that wouldn’t otherwise exist or that simply takes too long to enter manually.
- AI is helping retailers customize their offerings, create personalized experiences, and make shopping more convenient.
- AI helps companies know which customers are more receptive to their message — and, just as important, which ones aren’t.
- Machine learning and deep learning via AI-powered tools can parse vast troves of customer data in seconds.
- Dentistry is expected to face a workforce shortage in certain parts of the United States.
- Organizes each condition mentioned in the treatment protocol, taking into account around 400 types of condition labels, and then performs machine-learned ranking of each extracted medical condition.
- Researchers compiled a data set of 990 documents written by dentists, with the conditions and problems in each organized into 423 classes.
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT HYBRID CLOUD, THE $63 BILLION MARKET THAT EVEN AMAZON IS EMBRACING AFTER YEARS OF SHUNNING IT
- Hybrid cloud computing enables businesses to use combinations of both public cloud platforms and their own in-house data centers.
- The hybrid cloud market is now worth around $63 billion, and could grow to $155 billion by 2025.
- 2018 Frost & Sullivan survey of US companies found that 68% of respondents said they were planning to embrace a hybrid cloud strategy, up sharply from 29% in 2012.