The Convergence of Artificial Intelligence, the Internet of Things, and Distributed Shared Ledgers (Blockchain).
It seems trite to say, as seems to happen multiple times a day, that the latest technology revolution is really here. I do say that now, although not for a single technology, but from the convergence of 3 technologies that unite to form a complete system of automation.
IoT devices are self-generating data into self-executing Blockchain Smart Contracts self-created, self-operated, and self-governed by Artificial Intelligence.
The real world process of gathering data, securely trusting, storing and transacting on the data, and creating, implementing, and monitoring the definitions and flow of data and its action methods can now be fully implemented by combining these 3 technologies in a unified system.
It’s great that your smart refrigerator can read the bar code from your milk container and generate a shopping list when consumed or expired. It’s even better that your smart refrigerator can soon place the order using blockchain purchasing networks on your behalf. But it’s the application of AI to analyze and anticipate your needs, to monitor the purchases for mistakes, fraud, or regulatory compliance, and create new and specific Smart Contracts that really seals the deal.
We have identified 3 main areas where AI can be applied to Blockchain. This reflects our current thinking but should not be considered definitive or exhaustive and we solicit and welcome any and all input to continue to refine this perspective model. Continue reading
Free Android Essbase Browser
Belltane has made available its Android Essbase Browser at no cost on Google Play. This unique mobile application allows users to connect to Essbase cubes and browse the data similar to Excel SpreadSheet Add-In. The application provides drill down/up, keep/remove only, write back and more directly from an Android phone or tablet. Enforces Essbase Security. SSL capable. Save up to 5 connections.
The March 2016 release of Oracle DVCS (Data Visualization Cloud) contains many new features that greatly enhance and extend its functionality and utility.
New Visualization Types
Donut charts, stacked scatter, combo charts (with dual axis) have been introduced. Ability to have dual axis has been added. Functionality to link to URLs and insights in tiles, images, and text boxes is also available. You can also dictate the description text if using chrome for windows and android.
Modify and Aggregate Data Post-Upload
You can modify uploaded data by adding new columns, editing columns, deleting columns, and hiding and showing columns for a data set.
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BICS New Features
The March 2016 release of Oracle BICS (Business Intelligence Cloud) contains many new features that greatly enhance and extend its functionality and utility.
Multiple Data base Connections
Oracle Business Intelligence Cloud now allows multiple database connections to any Oracle Cloud Database. Continue reading
Watch the second video in our new series on Oracle DVCS (Data Visualization Cloud Service). This video explores various visualization types along with the drill down and interplay of two visualizations. It also provides overview of insights and story navigator.View the DVCS or browse our complete video collection on our Belltane Channel.
Watch the first video in our new series on Oracle DVCS(Data Visualization Cloud Service). This video is an Overview of DVCS. We explore the plug and play DVCS to instantaneously analyze your own data using stunning visuals. View the DVCS or browse our complete video collection on our Belltane Channel.
Watch the first video in our new series on Oracle BICS (Business Intelligence Cloud Service). This video is an Overview of BICS. We demonstrate basic navigation and examine the dashboards and reports of the Sample Application. View the BICS playlist or browse our complete video collection on our Belltane Channel.