Mitch.DeFelice

Mitch DeFelice started his career off serving six years in the U.S. Navy as part of the Naval Security Group tactical electronic support staff. Mitch’s military tours included serving with Fleet Air Reconnaissance Squadron (VQ-1) in Guam and support staff for Admiral Thomas B. Hayward, Commander-in-Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet (CINPACFLT), Honolulu, Hawaii.

Mitch is a TOGAF 9 Enterprise Architect Certified. Mitch’s primarily focus is working with key business stakeholders and technology executive leadership developing technology solutions that support unstructured data. This includes areas of content management, records management, enterprise search and eDiscovery solutions. His passion lies with developing business solutions around Cognitive Computing capabilities.

Mitch is a frequent contributing author to trade magazines on unstructured data and cognitive computing related topics.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Mitch DeFelice and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Articles by Mitch.DeFelice

AI strategies – know thy capabilities
Knowledge Management in Context

AI strategies – know thy capabilities

Companies that are successfully embracing AI are committed to transformation programs. Top management will need to embrace change and be able to comprehend the necessary capabilities to deliver their strategies without directly or indirectly overpromising to their business partners.
December 1, 2017
Which deep learning network is best for you?
Knowledge Management in Context

Which deep learning network is best for you?

Open source deep learning neural networks are coming of age. There are several frameworks that are providing advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence (A.I.) capabilities over proprietary solutions. How do you determine which open source framework is best for you?
May 4, 2017
Are artificial intelligence systems intrinsically racist?
Knowledge Management in Context

Are artificial intelligence systems intrinsically racist?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems are promising spectacular gains, finding new cures, increasing efficiency and mitigating risks, but at what cost to our society, to our democracy?
March 9, 2017
Big data and the risks of using NoSQL databases
Knowledge Management in Context

Big data and the risks of using NoSQL databases

Using big data to extract value from your data is one thing. However, using NoSQL can increase your technical debt and put your enterprise at risk of data integrity and the lack of resilience.rn
February 22, 2017
How natural language processing empowers consumers
Knowledge Management in Context

How natural language processing empowers consumers

As companies look for more efficient ways to provide value to their customers, natural language processing (NLP) is providing an alluring solution. The power of NLP can be deceptively disruptive providing consumer empowerment in incremental stages.
December 15, 2016
Knowledge Management in Context

Big data – a road map for smarter data

Using big data to extract value from your data is one thing. However, using big data with neural networks combined with ontologies raises your data value to an all new level, making it smarter.
October 7, 2016
Don’t do what I say, do what I mean!
Knowledge Management in Context

Don’t do what I say, do what I mean!

The banking industry has recognized the risks to business without global information standards. In response, the banking industry has developed knowledge models to mitigate global risks.
August 16, 2016
Knowledge Management in Context

Is the patient the cure to AI healthcare ills?

The expectations of big data and artificial intelligence disrupting the medical industry has been less then impressive to date. Why is that?
April 18, 2016
Knowledge Management in Context

Big data and machine learning – is the glass half empty?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is receiving much attention in light of big data and machine learning accomplishments. However, machine learning only represents half of the AI story.
April 1, 2016
Knowledge Management in Context

A.I. concierge services – realizing the promise of big data

The promise of delivering value from big data has been so ever elusive in the area of unstructured data. Cognitive services provides the capability to deliver on the big data promise.
February 16, 2016
Knowledge Management in Context

Pulling the plug on the AI hype

Some prominent names are putting forth ominous warnings of the effects Artificial Intelligence (AI) can have on mankind. Let’s take a few steps back from the hyperbole and assess the promise of AI, instead of the pessimism.
January 27, 2016