loved your article….and thank you for sharing the insights. Could you also point me to a resource clearly articulating the distinction between big data, perdictive analytics and AI? I seem to run into a lot of opinions, from so called “experts” chasing their own tail. Any help would be appreciated.
Hilarious and great work! :)
I generally say there are 4 types of employees:
The Slug: Never fires
Brick: does repetitive jobs day in and day out
Hammer: right out of undergrad or b-school…ready to be hammered to perfection
It’s a fascinating world that we live in today. It took mankind: 25,000 years for us to learn how to paint, another 15,000 to learn to grow crops, 5,000 years subsequently to learn to write, 1900 to build cities, 325 for industrialization, 95 to build the phone, 65 to build the vacuum computer, 30 to build the…
Great article and I look fwd to the part 2 & 3.
MVNO as a concept has been around for a while. Not a very successful business to begin with as the entity is tied to the MNO for cheaper wholesale rates…
However, the global MVNO concept from Google, is a rather nascent one and seems to be in response…
Well written article. You clearly have articulated most of the value add.
My 2 cents, from Canada:
Connected Car is an emerging market for all MNO’s
· Canada has a robust automotive market with 25M cars on the road, another 1.5m new cars every year and mature fleet and…
Great article! Very well researched and analysed!
I find cars on the same trajectory of feature sets as fighter planes- from connected windshields to a better understanding of what the passenger/driver wants to do. Essentially the human and machine working in tandem, with the vehicle having layers of AI and ML and providing…
Great article…and made me sit up and think
However, I am not sure i completely agree with the Garnter chart from 2014, since one in six (15 %) consumers already use wearable tech today, such as smart watches and fitness bands, making me believe IoT doesn’t fit the mold of Gartner’s previous predictions- where largely <5%…