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Weekend Readings: The Future of Bank Robberies, A Short History of Making Music, and What’s Next for AI

How will bank robbers of the future operate? How has making music evolved over the years? What will new developments in AI look like? Weekend Readings knows!

Szymon Warda

How to be Bach

A history of how we generate music, starting with the ancient Greeks and their mechanical constructions to the basic mathematical formulations of the 18th century. This is a very interesting read, since it shows just how old the approaches that we now consider cutting edge really are!

The Future of Bank Robberies

When we think of bank robberies, we probably think of “Heat” and its final escape sequence. But in the future, Hollywood will have to work a lot harder to make the biggest heists visual, since most of them now happen in front of a computer. Find out how hackers stole millions in cryptocurrencies – and never got caught.

Paweł Potasiński

Deep Learning is NOT the Future of AI

While Deep Learning had many impressive successes, it is only a small part of Machine Learning, which is a small part of AI. But there are many people and companies trying to use Deep Learning as a hype to make some noise and to attract new clients. The article takes a controversial discussion around the importance of deep learning and the ability to solve difficult world problems using this branch of AI.

The 3 Types of AI Companies

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a salutary commodity today. There are more and more companies organizing their businesses around it. Some of them focus on delivering AI-based solutions to a single vertical, others prefer to be data science consulting firms. The author of this article tries to segregate companies into three categories based on how they use AI and the scalability of their business. Most importantly, the article lays out what a company needs to do to in order to leave the competition in the dust.

AI, cryptocurrencies, digital music
Szymon Kosno, Paweł Kot, Paweł Potasiński

Paweł Kot joined ITMAGINATION in November 2016 as Chief Enterprise Architect. He is responsible for combining business and technology perspectives. Paweł develops and implements innovative concepts that walk our clients through the digital transformation. Paweł Potasiński assumed the position of Chief Data Architect at ITMAGINATION in March 2017. He is dedicated to transforming our clients into successful data-driven organizations. Paweł holds numerous professional certifications, including that of Microsoft Certified Solution Expert - Data Management and Analytics. Szymon Kosno is an active contributor to software development enhancements and organizational evolution in ITMAGINATION as a Chief Software Architect. With 12 years of experience in software development, he focuses on process clarifications, sustainable architectural approaches and efficient development. He is a strong believer that a good software can make a difference.

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