It seems inevitable that artificial intelligence is not going to play an increasingly prominent role in our lives. But in this “there is no turning back” it is worth asking how we can ensure that those algorithms that are going to determine whether or not they grant us a loan or if we are suitable for a job, have an ethical approach.
Analyzing how an ethical use of AI can be made, we start this week our MCPRO Pills. We also review what is the best way to implement Kubernetes in the organization or how an open data policy benefits public administrations. At the most current level, we recommend that you do not miss our interview with Iker del Fresno (country manager of HPE Aruba) or the event that Qlik is preparing for next June 21. Let’s start!
Is an “ethical” use of Artificial Intelligence possible?
Artificial Intelligence has evolved quite a bit, and it has done so to such an extent that many are no longer able to distinguish what uses Artificial Intelligence and what does not. It’s everywhere, from virtual assistants to social media and news feeds.
Thanks to her we have achieved a lot of progress that has made our lives easier, and even our work. Like voice or facial recognition, or biometric identification systems. But it has also brought with it other advances that are, to say the least, impressive. In some cases they are even scary.
The benefits of Open Data applied in the environment of public administrations
The Austrian Peter Drucker, considered the greatest management philosopher of the 20th century, stated that “the new information technology, the Internet and email, have practically eliminated the physical costs of communication”.
A maxim that well reminds us of the leitmotif of a concept that, little by little, is being incorporated more and more strongly into our day to day life, Open Data.
Do you know what is the fastest way to make the leap to Kubernetes?
What if IT operations teams could use their IT infrastructure to quickly deliver Kubernetes clusters to developer teams? What if they could do that while promoting enterprise-grade security, reliability, and control?
This is the starting point for “VMware vSphere with Tanzu”, a comprehensive guide that shows IT administrators the fastest way available to them to get up and running with Kubernetes workloads without losing control of their traditional infrastructure. .
QlikWorld lands in Madrid to show you the power of data
Would you like to discover how to bridge the gap between data and taking action based on that same data? Do you want to know how you can eliminate uncertainty when making business decisions? Then you can’t miss the next QlikWorld to be held in Madrid on June 21.
At the event, the technology company will show, among other things, how the right data can be brought to the right people at the right time, so that they have all the information they need to make the best business decisions.
Advantages of innovating in the cloud with Red Hat OpenShift
One of the main keys for companies in practically any sector, not only today, but also in the future, is flexibility. Customers often expect companies to accommodate them.
That its products and services evolve to meet their needs. And do it fairly quickly. To do so, in many cases companies need to adopt new technologies or update the ones they already use. But they always have to choose solutions that are efficient. All this is provided by a solution like Red Hat OpenShift.
Iker del Fresno (Country Manager HPE Aruba): “We have profoundly transformed the channel with which Aruba works”
Last January we told you how HPE Aruba appointed Iker del Fresno as the new country manager for Spain. In his new role, Iker del Fresno would be in charge of implementing Aruba’s strategy in our country, a responsibility that José Tormo, the company’s regional director for southern Europe, has carried out for 14 years.
In this interview we talked with him about a strategy that involves transforming the value that partners have for the company and a model that, like other IT manufacturers, involves an as-a-service strategy in which the channel is called upon to play a fundamental role.
Oracle finally closes the purchase of Cerner, its largest operation so far
About six months ago, Oracle announced that it would buy the digital information systems company for hospitals and health systems Cerner, an operation in which it would invest more than 28,000 million dollars (or 95 dollars per share) and that it would be It was the most expensive acquisition in the company’s history. And after passing all the necessary procedures and requirements, the purchase has finally been closed, an operation that will be effective from today.