AI Is Creating a New Generation of Machine Learning Applications

Patrick McCloryAI, DevOps Automation, Strategy and Planning

Usually, when you hear about artificial intelligence (AI) or machine learning (ML), you think of a far away future. The idea itself may conjure up notions of However, the truth is that these machine learning applications are already upon us. Don’t be scared. They aren’t here to replace humans or take their jobs (just yet). In fact, they are likely … Read More

SoulCycle Gets Technical With CI/CD

David DumasDevOps Automation, Strategy and Planning

We were promised flying cars, cities that float on clouds, and robot maids to clean up both. The reality of AI has been slower to actualize. Real-world “examples” such as Amazon Alexa are often touted as AI, though this isn’t exactly true. At least not in the sense of what we imagine it to be. However, there is another company … Read More

Should DevOps Implementation Prioritize Consistency?

Patrick McCloryDevOps Automation, Strategy and Planning

One of the many advertised benefits of DevOps is to increase efficiency and decrease the timeline from production to deployment. At least, that is often the goal; and it’s also one of the cornerstone components of DevOps in our humble opinion. However, making the transition isn’t always easy. In fact, a lot of companies struggle with this. In a recent … Read More

Rumors of AI’s Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated

Patrick McCloryAI, DevOps Automation

deep learning

A recent MIT tech review article suggests that the era of deep learning is coming to an end. According to the article: Our study of 25 years of artificial-intelligence research suggests the era of deep learning may come to an end. Is this the case? We say…. eh. Probably not. The review raises some solid points, but we’re not entirely sure … Read More

Is the #10YearChallenge A Sign of the AI Apocalypse?

Patrick McCloryAI

Viral social media “challenges,” memes, and gimmicks have taken over our feeds in recent years. The term “challenge” is used loosely though since these viral sensations aren’t so much challenging as they are just unique ways to spice up your social media presence. But are they also signs of the impending AI apocalypse? Let’s look further. True, these events range … Read More

A Primer On Object Detection Algorithms

Patrick McCloryDataOps, AI & ML Services

When you see a photo, your brain automatically detects what’s pictured. People, animals, trees, and more. But long before your brain could recognize these things, it had to learn what they looked like. Your brain did this by seeing them over and over until they became recognizable items. This is essentially how an object detection algorithm works. However, it takes … Read More