Red Hat Says IBM Acquisition Won’t Change Its Culture — But Can It Change Theirs?

By Joseph Brookes Writing for Forbes, IT analyst Jason Bloomberg argued it was a “desperation play” for IBM looking to stay relevant in what appears to be […]
IBM is gambling its survival on the Red Hat acquisition.

Three Things IBM Must Do To Keep Red Hat Acquisition From Sinking The Company

IBM’s announcement that it wants to pay $34 billion for open source leader Red Hat raised the eyebrows of everyone who follows enterprise tech. The largest […]


Translation by infosws 文章摘要:尽管AI前途广阔,但在发展过程中也遇到了一些发展痛点。如果人们不知道AI是如何做出决策的,那么人们就不会信任AI。 尽管AI前途广阔,但在发展过程中也遇到了一些发展痛点。除了笔者在之前文章中提及过的偏见问题,还有一个“黑匣子”问题:如果人们不知道AI是如何做出决策的,那么人们就不会信任AI。 事实上,缺乏信任是很多AI技术失败的关键,如IBM Watson,尤其是Watson for Oncology。 专家们很快就知道了问题所在。“IBM尝试向癌症医生推广他们的超级计算机程序,但是这是一个公关灾难,”谷歌UX研究人员兼 Avantgarde Analytics的创始人Vyacheslav Polonski(博士)说道:“Watson for Oncology的问题仅仅在于医生并不信任它。” 当Watson的结果和外科医生得出的结果一致时,它能够证实这一情况;当Watson的结果和医生的不一致时,医生只会认为它是错误的。 如果医生知道它是如何做出结论的,那么结果可能会大相径庭。“对于大多数人来说,AI的决策过程通常都是很难理解的,”Polonski说道:“和我们不理解的事物互动会导致人们产生焦虑,就好像我们失控了。” Read the entire article at

Time to Take the Quantum Age Seriously

By Greg Satell The Encryption Problem The future of quantum computers is profoundly exciting, but it also comes with a catch. Cryptologists use the limitations of our […]