You Get A Line and I'll Get A Poll Result
This week we look at poll results on AI/ML, AR/VR, CRISPR/PPR, and 5G/IIoT
The Crawdad Song - Foggy Mountain Boys (1962)
You might recall, I put a poll in the newsletterand on LinkedIn too. I also summarized the results over on LinkedIn Creator (aka Pulse) for good measure.
So, to recap, the setup and poll question was simple:
Imagine taking a poll in the year 2025...
My perspective was this: We only have 156 weeks left.
Let's get to work — inventing What's Next! 🤓
I heard the duck say to the drake 🎶
Meanwhile, a recent article from Protocol highlighted the importance cost optimization in the pursuit of AI and machine learning by reminding everyone that cloud is an operating model — not a place.Indeed, some have argued for disciplined repatriation but, as always, please do the math first.
At the same time, math should govern most suitable placement decisions. Again, the edge to core to (public) cloud conversation should be data driven throughout the workload lifecycle and across the workload landscape itself.
There ain’t no crawdads in this lake 🎶
Next, expect more use casesat the edge in smaller spaces and far more places. Effectively, this is how the edge use case is becoming the use case at the edge.
Greater demand for data and analytics (not just AI/ML) will be found in many more places where data driven decision making becomes a cultural norm. And with all those new places handling new data too, new approaches to data security will have to match pace.
And speaking of risks, should we keep egocentrismon the board too?
Will Egocentrism Mitigation as a Service (EMaaS) will be on future hype curves?
Until next time… place your bets!
As a reminder, be sure to register for the upcoming panel ”Do you really have a DevOps culture?” which will be taking place this week on Tuesday.
The Taos team has also published even more blog posts since my last update:
Platform Business Models Enabled by Hybrid Cloud Means Big Business for Financial Institutions
Humans and Technology Breed Complexity: With Complexity Comes Risk
Partnerships and People in Life Sciences Create the Innovative Distinction
Trending Innovations will Dramatically Impact the Life Sciences Sector
Life Sciences Innovations: Fighting Disease and Saving Lives with Data, Technology, and Talent
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