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Digital Enterprise Architecture: Four Elements Critical to Solution Envisioning
For the digital enterprise, architecture of all varieties must evolve strategically in step with technological capabilities and business imperatives. Such a multidimensional approach includes automation, AI, analytics, big data management and digitization as a holistic phenomenon.
Using AI to Enhance the Quality of Retail Product Metadata
By increasing the metadata transparency, retailers can help consumers make more informed purchase decisions – and compete more effectively with digital pure-plays. Here’s how they can accomplish this goal, using machine learning and deep learning techniques.
How AI Enhances & Accelerates Diabetic Retinopathy Detection
To enable earlier and quicker diagnosis of diabetic retinopathy (DR), Cognizant has built a system based on AI and deep learning - a convolutional neural network - that analyzes many thousands of fundus images and delivers accurate assessments of eye-disease damage.
Digital Engineering: Combining Computer Science with Social Science to Translate Human Insights into Precision Code
By digging deep to understand consumer behaviors, needs and wants, organizations can build systems that not only meet essential user needs but also uncover new business opportunities and anticipate future requirements.
Space Matters: Shaping the Workplace to Get the Right Work Done
To enable co-creation, collaboration, agility and other digital workstyles, organizations need to reimagine the interplay between workspace, performance and culture.
Unexpected: Five Ways Technology Will Challenge Conventions
A journey into the advanced technologies and changing business models that will radically alter the ways in which we live and work, today and tomorrow.
Monetizing Content in the API Economy
The democratization of content and the entry of social media and technology players have blurred the lines between media and entertainment market segments – creating a new ecosystem that will be driven by content-as-a-service (CaaS) models. By identifying the level at which content can be effectively packaged and sold, content providers – legacy and born-digital alike — can generate more value from their content and boost their returns.
The Future of Blockchain in Asia-Pacific
Asia is poised to become a hotbed for blockchain innovation. Financial services organizations in the region see blockchain as a game-changer, according to our recent research, and are working hard to develop strategies, increase collaborative efforts and address security and latency concerns.
21 Jobs of the Future: A Guide to Getting – and Staying – Employed over the Next 10 Years
We propose 21 new jobs that will emerge in the next 10 years and become cornerstones of the future of work.
Blockchain in Manufacturing: Enhancing Trust, Cutting Costs and Lubricating Processes across the Value Chain
Manufacturers recognize the disruptive potential of blockchain to streamline complex supply chain operations, simplify trade finance and spur the transition to customized manufacturing. Yet, most are not moving aggressively to prepare for the changes that blockchain will bring.
To stay ahead of changing customer demands and steady growth, an ecommerce company engaged with us to develop a scalable IT architecture using an Agile/Scrum process that could facilitate on-the-fly product catalog and feature additions. The new system increased product development and support capabilities and provided the ability to keep pace with evolving best practices in software engineering.
For a global software provider, we supplied the people and skills to handle lower-priority application support requests among its roughly 7,000 end users around the world. Our client accomplished this by establishing an SLA guaranteed to resolve 90% of support issues within seven days, thanks to planning and reporting tool that helps IT service managers cross-train team members and generate reports.