From basic BI to using AI to automate and augment human endeavors, data-driven systems are increasingly powerful and pervasive in the enterprise.
You’ve probably heard the term “dark web,” but what does it actually mean?
Kaggle is more than a machine learning competition platform; it’s a facilitator for efficient problem solving and a community for sharing and learning.
Technical debt is often misunderstood, but it can impact almost every aspect of a tech stack.
Innovation has the power to change industries, but new technology doesn’t always mean you need a new business model.
Roger Magoulas explains how O’Reilly’s Radar methodology identifies emerging tech trends businesses need to know.
From waterfall to progressive delivery: A brief history and peak into the future of software delivery models
New technologies and changing user expectations demands a new vision for delivering software, says Adam Zimman.
Hadley Stern on how blockchain technology will affect you and your business.
Marie Wieck describes how blockchain can transform business processes and value chains.
Artificial intelligence is harder than we think--we have a long way to go to reach anything like general AI.
Tim O’Reilly explains how we can “gradually, then suddenly” create a better world.
Jeff Wong on choosing to embrace change rather than feeding the dialogue of fear.
Digital transformation requires more than just technical know-how.
Matt Cutts shares what he’s learned from working at Google and the U.S. Government.
Josh Bersin on why we need to re-think the value propositions of the businesses we’re in.
O’Reilly President Laura Baldwin discusses O’Reilly’s approach to running its business.
Jennifer Pahlka on making government services more accessible by starting with the user.