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Using AI to turn today’s challenges into tomorrow’s opportunities

Big data turns into Artificial Intelligence

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For years “Big Data” has been used in reference to the three key concepts of data volume, variety and velocity. So much so that it’s now associated with the advanced methods used to extract value from data such as predictive and behavioural analytics. In turn, this has driven the need to take traditionally siloed data sets and fabricate them into interconnected data points giving us more insight than ever before.

As a result of this rapid evolvement and a big data analytics market that’s set to reach $103 billion by 2023, we are now experiencing an accelerated need for technologies like AI, machine learning, and deep learning that enable organisations to take an increasingly algorithmic approach to high-level data analysis.

How is AI making a difference?

AI isn’t just about efficiency and streamlining laborious tasks. Thanks to machine learning and deep learning, AI applications can learn from data and results in near real time. It offers the ability to analyse new information from multiple sources and adapt accordingly, with a level of accuracy that’s invaluable to business and far beyond human capability. This potential to self-optimise and self-learn means AI can continually compound the business benefits it generates.

What does AI mean for you?

While the ability to extract and interpret data has many advantages and opportunities, the emphasis is not only on the quality of the data but how quickly and reliably it can be processed and accessed.

In this eBook, we explore the impact AI is having and how it’s driving the need for higher speeds and better performance. Along with our Kingston experts, we also get the thoughts of key industry figures to gain insight into how AI is changing how we work and live, and how it is putting the technology that enables it under the microscope.

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Rafael Bloom

Rafael has spent his career within senior Technology Product, Marketing Communications and Business Development roles. His advisory practice focuses on the new organisational, product and communications challenges of technological and regulatory changes, with a central aim of building and preserving revenue streams. This highly diverse work involves subject matter expertise on information governance and compliance by design, data privacy, and emerging technologies such as AdTech, Mobile & 5G, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.

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Simon Besteman

Simon is the CEO of ISPConnect, the Dutch coalition of hosting providers. As a leading representative of the industry, he is a frequent blogger on industry and policy matters, a keynote speaker at congress and conferences, and a participant at Dutch government round tables on telecommunication, data centre and internet regulatory matters. He sits on the boards of various industry groups, with a focus on education, employment and governance.

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David Clarke

David is recognised as one of the top 10 influencers by Thompson Reuter’s “Top 30 most influential thought-leaders and thinkers on social media, in risk management, compliance and reg-tech in the UK” and is in the top 50 list of Global Experts by Kingston Technology. In the past, David held multiple security management positions such as Global Head of Security Service Delivery and Head of Security Infrastructure for Global FTSE 100 companies.

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