How IoT, AI, and Blockchain Revolutionize Business

Today’s world is at the brink of a technology revolution. There’s a lot of excitement with some of the technologies involved including, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), Blockchain and more. Adoption of these technologies in industries across the world has increased in a bid to improve efficiency and make businesses more customer-friendly. Companies are releasing new products based on them, investors seem to be in a feeding frenzy to invest in them, and the press can’t heap enough praise on them. In the midst of this enthusiasm, it’s arduous for business leaders to assess the enduring impact of these technologies. So, how can you sift through the hype?

Moshe Kranc, Chief Technology Officer at Ness Digital Engineering, has authored a column for Express Computer, titled “Reality Check: Looking at Use Cases For AI, IoT and Blockchain.” This insightful article discusses ways to examine the hype. “One useful way to sift through the hype is to focus on use cases: what real-world problems can a given technology solve better than any other existing alternative,” states Kranc.

View full article: https://www.ness.com/reality-check-looking-at-use-cases-for-ai-iot-and-blockchain/

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