AR and VR and XR… Oh My!

The Department of Defense over the last several years has placed a great deal of hope in Augmented Reality (AR), Virtual Reality (VR), and the blend between the two known now as Extended Reality (XR). Last year, the U.S. Army awarded a contract to Microsoft worth up to $21.9 billion dollars over 10 years. This exuberant cost might look like Fraud, Waste, and Abuse (FWA) to many, but to those of us who have looked at ways to utilize this capability, this was what we call a flag planting moment. Years from now as our generations will look back, this will be a moment in which modern warfare moved into a new generation.

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The Art of AI

This time of year is a point of transition, where the beauty of spring grows into the blazing heat of summer. So, I tend to find activities that will get me away from the heat of a Georgia summer. One thing that helps me get my steps in and stay out of the heat is going to art galleries. Having spent some time studying art, I always find it fascinating to put myself in the artwork and into the artist’s perspective. A swarm of questions and thoughts hit me as I consider the source of inspiration for the art that I’m viewing.

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Automation of business workflows and processes with a businessman in background touching a button

Bringing Process Automation Home

Process Automation has long been the domain of large businesses seeking to produce their TPS reports faster or blast emails to potential customers. These business processes aren’t the only examples though. When Tony Stark tells JARVIS to paint his suit red or divert power to thrusters, that’s process automation. It may seem like there’s a wide gulf between sending automated emails and managing energy consumption of a powered suit of armor, but they’re closer than you think. As technology evolves, these types of automations become closer to reality.

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