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Posted: August 26, 2018 in Cloud, Community
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· AI Makes “Smart Cities” Even Smarter In England’s rural Calderdale, residents can report broken streetlamps and request other government services anytime via an online chat with city representatives. And now Calderdale is interested in adding artificial intelligence (AI) to help answer the most commonly asked questions. Other cities are getting smarter, too.

· The Holiday Season Is Here. Are You Ready? How can retailers use data to better segment their audiences to deliver the right message to the right audience at the right time? Get tips, including how to incorporate AI and social influencers.

· A Developer Helps Puerto Ricans Navigate Post-Hurricane Bureaucracy Christina Moore learned how government bureaucracy works after Hurricane Irene smashed her Vermont town in 2011. So she built an application to walk people through the federal infrastructure grant process. Now, she’s pulling 12-hour days helping Puerto Ricans tap into the tools they need to rebuild.

· Java EE 8: In-Depth Analysis in New Issue of Java Magazine

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