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AMD Ryzen PRO: Lessons Learned

September 1, 2017
AMD has created a fascinating and very competitive line of desktop processors. But it is hampered by the perceptions that it is still a second-class player.
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Ryzen Pro: AMD Resets Expectations on Commercial Desktops

August 31, 2017
This is a very different part from AMD. Historically, the firm provided good enough technology at a value price. Ryzen has many competitive advantages and still an attractive price.
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Can You Make People Trust the Autonomous Car?

August 24, 2017
If there isn’t a well-funded effort to change buyer perceptions before the first autonomous car arrives, the total available market will start at about 25 percent of potential.
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Why You Can’t Trust Most Studies

August 23, 2017
The clear majority of studies, both focus groups and surveys, aren’t valid. They don’t predict what they attempt to predict and they don’t represent the groups that they say they represent.
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In Microsoft Surface Dust-Up, Consumer Reports Has the Bigger Problem

August 18, 2017
Quality is important and it needs to be. But those reporting on quality also need to ensure the quality of their reports, the sampling methodology and timeliness.
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BlackBerry and Vuzix Partner to Make AR More Secure

August 15, 2017
Increasingly, AR glasses will become a requirement, not only for increased productivity in certain jobs but also for increased safety.
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Google’s Employee Manifesto Failure: Fixing Discrimination Should Start with Analysis

August 9, 2017
If we ever truly wanted to fix something like salary discrimination, we’d come up with a scientific method for measuring employee value.
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IBM Moves to Scale Deep Learning

August 8, 2017
IBM has a decent shot at owning the emerging deep learning segment but only because it focused early and created the kind of deep partnership with NVIDIA that was needed to get the job done.
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HBO Hack: How Did They Let It Happen?

August 4, 2017
At HBO, many people are probably wondering if they’ll have jobs at the end of the month, because it is doubtful the HBO board or executive staff is in much of a forgiving mood given the coverage.
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AMD’s Petaflop Project 47: Dialing Computing Up to 11

August 3, 2017
AMD's Project 47 represents a massive performance boost for those who need centralized workstation capability or shortened render speeds. Eventually it will likely be used for AI development and deployment.
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The Scary Reasons Technology Vendors Don’t Use Their Own Technology

July 28, 2017
When technology vendors don't use their own products, you must ask serious questions about why that is the case.
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Corrupting Analytics: In Trump’s Voter Fraud Effort, Both Sides Are Wrong

July 27, 2017
You’d think we’d catch on that data is our friend. But often we care more about appearing right than being right. This can be avoided by not taking a hard position before the analysis is done.
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Black Box Thinking: How to Fix the Mistakes Killing Our Companies and Loved Ones

July 21, 2017
Many efforts fail repeatedly when too much focus is put on blame, and not enough on assuring mistakes aren’t repeated.
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Formula E: Showcasing Technology Competitively

July 19, 2017
Of the two technology vendors that support this race, Qualcomm and Panasonic, Qualcomm had a good showcase. Panasonic, on the other hand, was working against itself.
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Hardened PCs: How Dell Is Using Sun Tzu to Kick Panasonic out of the Market

July 14, 2017
If Panasonic doesn’t get its act together, it will be out of this lucrative hardened PC market in around a decade.
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AMD and Intel Declare War on the Data Center: Why This Is a Good Thing

July 11, 2017
AMD’s and Intel’s battle is the big tip of an iceberg of coming conflicts as the IT industry continues to pivot toward line of business decision makers and efforts like AI, which will again redefine how companies do business.
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Microsoft Pivots Windows 10 Toward Security: Revisiting a Near Catastrophic Mistake

July 7, 2017
Treating security as an afterthought is a bad idea. It has taken Microsoft decades to undo this bad decision, and now we are finally seeing the benefits of that reversal, in what is becoming a very secure platform with Windows 10.
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Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines and Authority vs. Responsibility

July 3, 2017
Making a team responsible for an entire project doesn’t work unless they have the authority over the entire project, as well.
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Over 70 Percent of IoT Efforts Are Failing: The Fix Seems Surprisingly Easy

June 28, 2017
With the IoT in particular, really understanding the problem you are trying to solve and simplifying the effort at the front end would likely have a bigger initial positive impact.
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