Machine Learning and the Rise of the REEP: Role-Based Expert Enhancement Platforms

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Don’t fear the REEPer

Based on Amalgam Insights’ discussions with over two dozen enterprise application solutions over the past six weeks, we believe that a new generation of applications is starting to emerge. Machine Learning has led to the evolution of a new generation of platforms that are transforming expert productivity by providing insights through self-guided logic that improves over time.

Amalgam Insights calls these solutions Role-Based Expert Enhancement Platforms (REEP), an emerging technology made possible by the increasing use of machine learning and artificial intelligence in the business world. We believe that, in the short-term, the emerging value of machine learning will come not from generalized platforms, but from these role-based solutions that will greatly simplify finance, compliance, and sales enablement tasks. As companies start thinking about the role of machine learning in enhancing their organizations, Amalgam recommends that they consider these four key areas of benefit:

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AI for the Accounting Guy: MindBridge Artificial Intelligence-Auditor

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Amalgam Insights’ Net-Net Summary of Mindbridge Ai

Based on a briefing with MindBridge Ai on June 19, 2017 and MindBridge Ai’s $4.3 million funding round on the same date, this summary provides guidance to auditors and accountants seeking guidance on applying artificial intelligence to risk, compliance, and audit efforts. Amalgam Insights believes that this emerging approach is an important governance step for financial transactions as digital transactions become increasingly diverse and auditors are responding by either building self-built tools or working with internal data science teams.

Why Mindbridge Ai Matters for Financial Audiences

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Informatica Unleashes AI, Brand, Cloud, and Data-Driven Disruption at Informatica World 2017

New Informatica Brand for New Informatica Aspirations
New Informatica Brand for New Informatica Aspirations
New Informatica Brand for New Informatica Aspirations

Amalgam Insights (AI) recently attended Informatica World 2017, where executives, partners, and customers provided backing for Informatica’s ability to support “The Disruptive Power of Data,” (an Informatica-trademarked phrase) as well as its positioning as the Enterprise Cloud Data Management leader.

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With Cloudera’s S-1, Hadoop and Big Data Finally Come of Age

On Friday, March 31st, Cloudera filed its S-1 with intention to IPO. The timing looks good considering the recent successful IPOs of Alteryx, Mulesoft, and Snap. But how does Cloudera actually match up with other tech companies in terms of being successful in the short and medium term?

Cloudera’s S-1 filing starts by describing the near-term growth potential of the Internet of Things and IDC’s estimate of 30 billion internet-connected mobile devices in 2020. Every analyst and consulting firm has some idea of whether this is going to be 20 billion, 30 billion, or 40 billion, but the most important aspects of this growth are that:

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The Battle for Context – Hello World!

I’ve been asked a lot over the past couple of weeks what I’m planning to do over the rest of my career. (Apparently, nobody expects you to retire at 40…) I believe that Amalgam Insights is going to provide a base to pursue what is going to happen next in the world of technology. But to explain what that means, first, I need to take a step back.

I’ve spent most of the past 20 years of my life considering how the future of applied technology will change the way that we evaluate our environments, conduct work, and better understand the world that we live in. In the mid-90s, when both personal computing and the Internet were coming into ascendancy, I was fortunate to have multiple experiences introducing me to the combined power of these technologies:

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