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Let Us Take You into the Future

Juergen Kress
PaaS & Middleware Partner Adoption

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Artificial intelligence, autonomous databases, blockchain, chatbots, Internet of Things, and more: Oracle executives discuss emerging technologies. By Michael Hickins

Those of us who have been waiting for the future to arrive since, well, forever can finally rejoice. The future has arrived in the form of computer interfaces that feel human; self-learning software; self-healing autonomous databases; sensors that provide us with actionable, critical data from far afield; hyper-realistic visualization technology; and transaction systems that are simultaneously private and transparent.

What’s most surprising, though, is that the experience of the future is incredibly easy for Oracle’s customers to deploy. At this year’s Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco, California, Oracle leaders announced new products and discussed upcoming capabilities that put the power of several emerging technologies into the hands of Oracle customers.

Enterprise-Class Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the most fundamentally important and pervasive of emerging technologies. Larry Ellison, executive chairman and CTO at Oracle, calls machine learning, a subset of artificial intelligence, “every bit as revolutionary as the internet.”

Oracle is using AI, for instance, to power its autonomous database and chatbots (more on those to follow), and to turn the trillions of data points streaming from connected devices into actionable information.

“For years and years and years, artificial intelligence did not live up to its promise,” Ellison said during his opening keynote address at Oracle OpenWorld on October 1, “but there is a new type of AI.” Read the complete article here.

 

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