During my career, I’ve had to work on the challenge of modernizing several software products. As explained in my article, “Balancing Technical Debt,” we should develop a plan for moving forward, taking into account the actual TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) and the technical progress of competitors. The effort to raise the bar must be continuously […]
How does AI and marketing work? Artificial Intelligence (AI) and marketing are very rapidly changing the way products and services are brought to consumers. The Internet greatly changed the whole playing field of marketing beginning late in the 20th century. Now AI (artificial intelligence) is once again shaking up the field. Much has been said and … More AI and Marketing – Fasten your Seatbelts!
Artificial Intelligence and Music Will AI produce really good music or even music that is merely a commercial success in the moment? Can computer brains put composers and musicians out of business? Is the day of amazing guitarists like Jimi Hendrix gone, replaced by computer generated perfection guaranteed to gain the widest possible audience? What affect … More Artificial Intelligence and Music
SR-71 Blackbird – Speed and Stealth Like No Other Two aircraft inspired me to get my private pilot’s license when I was 20, the Concorde and the SR-71 Blackbird, the fastest aircraft ever built, which certainly did not look anything like what most people would expect in an aircraft. In fact, many of the so-called … More SR-71 Blackbird – Speed and Stealth Like No Other
August 23rd, 2016. After a 1 and a half hour flight to the northwest, the floatplane from Schefferville (Quebec) dropped us at our Twin River Camp starting point, the source of the George River. My two companions for the adventure and I unload our equipment (126 Kg) onto the bank. Immediately, the DHC-3 Otter took … More Trip to the Arctic Tundra (Nothern Canada)