Regular readers may have noticed that DSC Weekly didn’t come out last week. The reason was personal – a close relative of mine had a… Read More »DSC Weekly 28 June 2022: Strokes, AI and Cognition
Kurt Cagle is the former contributing editor for Data Science Central. Kurt is a published author with more than twenty books to his credit, and has been working as a technology editor for years, writing for Forbes, O'Reilly Media, IDC and others. He has also been a consulting information architect and ontologist with more than twenty years experience working with Fortune 100 companies and US and European agencies, and is a frequent speaker at conferences on data technologies.
If you’re a manager tasked with overseeing a return to the office strategy, the last year has likely been a headache for you. In the… Read More »DSC Weekly 31 May 2020: Why Is Returning To the Office So Hard?
It is hard, looking at the current technological landscape, to believe that artificial intelligence may actually be facing a reckoning that could cause investment in… Read More »DSC Weekly 24 May 2022: Is an AI Autumn Around the Corner?
There’s an underlying theme to this week’s articles, which is a curious occurrence given that so much of our content is user-driven. That theme is… Read More »DSC Weekly Newsletter 10 May 2022: Data Meshes, Digital Twins, and Knowledge Graphs
Warning: This is going to get heavy into Turtle code, but I think there’s enough here for it to be worth reading if you are… Read More »The Graph of Thrones: the Now Graph and Eternal Graph in RDF-Star Modeling
One of the more frustrating side effects of the Long Pandemic has been the rise in virtual meetings. I recently was talking with a colleague… Read More »DSC Weekly Newsletter 03 May 2022: How Many Meetings Do We Need?
As the Omicron variant of Covid-19 surged around the globe in 2021, managers who had begun contingency plans for a return to the office quietly… Read More »DSC Weekly Newsletter 26 April 2022: Why The Case for RTO Remains Weak