The National Archives of Australia and now updated their Digital information and records management capability matrix and recently announced the release of their beta Information management and data capabilities tool.
The Information management and data capabilities tool can be used by employees and their organisation to determine what skills and knowledge are needed to create and manage information and data effectively to meet business and accountability requirements. The aim of the beta version is to help facilitate feedback on use ability, accessibility and content.
The Archives continues to engage with professional bodies and Government agencies to finalise content around professional development activities, with specific focus on the 'next steps' component of the tool.
White Paper - API-led Commerce Drives Next-Gen Digital Experiences by BloomReach and commercetools - Published 2017.
This interesting white paper discussed 'How APIs Enable the Seamless Integration of Content and Commerce'. APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) make the world go around.
Regardless if you issue an order in a webshop, make a reservation at your favorite restaurant or pay an invoice online, the chances are that you are encountering several APIs. In most of today’s digital interactions, APIs are serving in the background. In other words, they have emerged as the foundational currency for the web.
The Chatbot Imperative: Intelligence, Personalization and Utilitarian Design – Published by Cognizant 2017
Cognizant (NASDAQ: CTSH) is a leading provider of information technology, consulting, and business process services, dedicated to helping the world’s leading companies build stronger businesses. This whitepaper provides an interesting insight into the world of Chatbots.
Chatbots don’t need to impersonate humans; to boost business outcomes and deliver superior experiences, they must quickly deliver responses that speak directly to individual human needs and continuously learn so they can apply meaningful responses to these unique requirements over time.
Artificial intelligence and privacy - Report, January 2018 – Published by Datatilsynet, The Norwegian Data Protection Authority
Most applications of artificial intelligence (AI) require huge volumes of data in order to learn and make intelligent decisions. Artificial intelligence is high on the agenda in most sectors due to its potential for radically improved services, commercial breakthroughs and financial gains. In the future we will face a range of legal and ethical dilemmas in the search for a balance between considerable social advances in the name of AI and fundamental privacy rights.
This report aims to describe and help us understand how our privacy is affected by the development and application of artificial intelligence.