Thought Leadership

Child’s Play: Connected toys show the future of security and design image

The digital devices that will have the biggest impact on your kids may not be the ones you expect. Increasingly, the next generation’s earliest relationships with technology will be shaped by the consumer ‘Internet of Things’ creations we call connected toys, as opposed to mundane and obviously-technological devices such as laptops and smartphones.

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Technical Debt White Paper standard

Technical Debt comes from multiple sources, not just from code written too quickly, but also from natural causes such as a UX paradigm that becomes dated, or an architecture that can no longer support traffic that has grown 10x since its design. This whitepaper examines the various origins of technical debt, presents how to analyze the burden and risks brought ...

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For Machine Learning, It’s All About GPUs image

Isn’t it curious that two of the top conferences on artificial intelligence are organized by NVIDIA and Intel? What do chip companies have to teach us about algorithms? The answer is that nowadays, for machine learning (ML), and particularly deep learning (DL), it’s all about GPUs. In his most recent Forbes Technology Counsel post, SVSG CTO and Practice Lead Bernard Fraenkel ...

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How Machine Learning Will Disrupt The Established Cloud Providers image

Advances in Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) technologies and techniques put greater demand on data centers and ML-optimized compute resources and bring a new wave of disruption to cloud providers. This will impact Amazon AWS, Microsoft Azure and other cloud providers as demand for the SMACK stack (spark, mesos, akka, cassandra, kafka) replaces the LAMP stack for ...

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Interview with SVSG Financial Services Practice Manager Carter Smyth image

The following post is an interview with SVSG CTO and Financial Services Practice Manager Carter Smyth. Carter is an executive with over 25 years experience building technology teams to solve enterprise challenges in the financial services industry. He has extensive experience leading software development teams, business process reengineering, and global expansion projects. Carter joined SVSG in March 2017.

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