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Adopter l’IA ne s’achète pas, cela se cultive

La notion d’intelligence artificielle (IA) date des années 1950 quand Alain Turing, à la suite de ces travaux de cryptanalyse durant la seconde guerre mondiale, soumet l’idée que les machines ainsi créées pour résoudre des problèmes, deviendront à terme capable de “penser par elles-mêmes”. C’est de cette idée d’ailleurs qu’il présentera son fameux test éponyme, visant à tester une IA sur sa faculté à imiter la conversation humaine.

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Austerity: don’t forget to spent some of your result efforts for yourself

cost-control-and-reduction-17-638« Austerity » is the current famous word we are hearing from several sources: from politics, economic consultant agencies, at work, etc.

Like any cycle, economy has top and down situations: when everything is working well we are spending money out of the windows, but when it is becoming rare then we are suffering cutting cost all around us.

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Data location in computer history

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« My data are in the cloud »: pretty scary thing when you think about it! In a world where lot of us still fighting to keep some privacy, lot of us also massively using free cloud storage to store/backup our data. Don’t get me wrong, I’m also using cloud storage for my own data, but only the one which is not confidential. Internet being a public network, everything you put once, will be definitely discoverable, shareable, and usable by anyone else at some point.