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Enterprise Digital Transformation: Top 10 Posts from Month Ending 10-Dec-2017

How is ASX planning to transform itself? What are some legal implications of AI technology? What are the trends in IoT space? What can companies learn from the failure of Toys R Us? – We look at answers to these questions and much more in this monthly coverage of enterprise digital transformation?
  1. ASX selects distributed ledger technology to replace CHESS – In a big announcement, ASX declared that it plans to become one of the first leading stock exchange to use the Blockchain technology to replace the existing equity clearing and settlement function.
  2. Blockchain browser Brave makes push to reward content makers and YouTubers – Blockchain technology moves to web browsing with Brave. Brave claims to offer faster, safer and cheaper browsing over current leading web browsers.
  3. Asset management startups using blockchain get their own trade body: MAMA – Multi Asset Management Association (MAMA) was recently formed to give a boost to using blockchain technology in asset management.
  4. The legal quagmire of creativity in artificial intelligence – As AI technologies become mainstream, the law will have to evolve to deal with them. Can AI based creations hold a copyright? If AI based invention infringes an existing patent, who will be held responsible?
  5. IBM’s new Power9 chip was built for AI and machine learning – Workload for AI and ML are going to be significantly higher than what old chips can handle. IBM joins the growing list of hardware vendors who have launched chips for modern workloads.
  6. Potential use of Machine Learning in Stock Market – Machine Learning will have an increasing use in stock market predictions to generate higher profits. Machine learning is going to challenge the conventional wisdom since it does not rely on assumptions, efficient market hypothesis, and recurring patterns.
  7. Big Data, Intelligent Data and the Future of Data Analytics – Importance of big data and use of big data in analytical applications continue to grow. Businesses should be able to apply context and right measures to these applications to derive maximum benefits.
  8. Big Data: The Future Is Cloud – Businesses need to be able to integrate, manage and analyze big data. Cloud is proving to be the promising platform for all three phases of big data use.
  9. Top 5 Internet of Things (IoT) Trends for 2018 – Among the trends for IoT; Consumer IoT will continue to grow, Healthtech will start using more of IoT, and Blockchain will start to grow in popularity as a framework for IoT.
  10. Digital Transformation: How DevOps Could Have Revamped Toys R Us – Toys R Us filed for bankruptcy in September making it one more company who got disrupted by digital and more agile competitors. What can companies learn from this case study?


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