Understand the concept of blockchain and explore the services released by SAP Cloud Platform Blockchain service that allow users to develop blockchain scenarios.
See some examples of integration solutions based on SAP-provided replication tools that you can use to integrate SAP and non-SAP applications. The tools support a wide variety of data types (structured and unstructured) and formats (including data streams).
See how to use Customizing Scout, which is part of SAP Solution Manager’s Customizing Synchronization suite. This functionality enables you to compare functional IMG configuration between two systems. These systems must be connected in Solution Manager and should be configured with the necessary authorizations. It is useful especially when manual activity is involved in a comparison of the synchronization, distribution of configuration, and master data differences between two systems.
With the exponential growth of data from multiple sources, using conventional methods for extracting it is time-consuming, costly, and resource intensive. SAP has simplified Multi-Source Universes in SAP BusinessObjects 4.0 as an answer to this issue. Created with the Information Design Tool (IDT), a Multi-Source Universe can combine data from SAP Business Warehouse (SAP BW) with other relational databases, such as Oracle and SQL Server. See how to create a Multi-Source Universe in this step-by-step guide.
Discover how to apply two extensibility options to modify SAP S/4HANA business functionality.
Two paths lead the way to the use of artificial intelligence (AI). One is the more likely direction.
Understand the impact blockchain can have on your supply chain.
This alphabetical guide to key artificial intelligence (AI) terminology can help you put AI technology to work.
Learn about four layers behind artificial intelligence: data collection, data storage, data processing and analytics, and reporting and output.
Learn about several ways to incorporate machine learning into your core functions to streamline your overall business.
See why machine learning is becoming a game changer across all sports and how it can even address the luck factor.
Machine learning capability within an artificial intelligence (AI) platform is where AI is headed.
Emerging technologies, such as machine learning and artificial intelligence, have had a tremendous impact on the healthcare industry. With greater and more intelligent analytics, diagnostic and predictive healthcare options are improving the quality of life for patients around the world.
Emerging technologies such as the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) are changing the emphasis to consumers.
Would you let an AI robot run your business? Deep Knowledge Ventures, a Hong Kong-based life science venture capital company, has already appointed an AI robot to its board of directors. Many companies are already weighing the benefits of leveraging AI-powered robots for more informed business decisions.
Some of the world's most troubling issues — climate change, the energy crisis, healthcare, and overall safety — are being addressed with emerging technology such as artificial intelligence and big data. Analysts are gleaning more and more insights everyday to help make the world a better and safer place.
With IT working in silos, visibility into operations can be greatly limited. New technology such as machine learning can allow for cross-silo information transfer, enabling IT Operations Analytics (ITOA) to gain a broader view of data.
Why, for right now, deep learning is the best universal algorithm.
Many people are familiar with artificial intelligence, but what happens when the line between machine and biology begins to blur? Biomimicry, machines imitating biological systems, has many implications in the healthcare industry. As the Internet of Things continues to grow, so will the evolution of machine learning capabilities.
As artificial intelligence becomes more prominent in our day-to-day lives — think Siri, Alexa, and self-driving cars — we need to consider how it can be applied to any industry to increase efficiency and accuracy of business processes. In the end, however, business still requires a human touch to connect with customers and provide the best service possible.
Keep an eye on the gaming industry to see what artificial intelligence innovation is coming next.
While a data lake provides an economical storage option for information, it is not without its set backs. As data volumes continue to grow, it becomes more and more difficult to decipher the insights hidden within. Organizations must perform data discovery and exploratory analysis, in conjunction with analytic applications, to glean true value from their data.
Machine learning has had a tremendous impact on manufacturing today. Whether its service parts demand forecasting, new product introduction, or service parts pricing, companies can leverage artificial intelligence to optimize processes and see immediate benefits.
Millions of data points gathered from artificial intelligence are going to help fight world hunger in many ways, from improved seeds, to better application of herbicides, to analysis of plant diseases.
To be successful, companies must operate with complete transparency and gain the trust of employees and customers alike. But with fake news running rampant, it can be difficult to sift through the noise and get to the facts.
Artificial intelligence has greatly improved business processes and while many experts see its benefits, some are concerned about potential risks it could create. Around the world, business experts are beginning to discuss the considerations around regulating artificial intelligence.