General Market AI vs Industry-Specific AI: A Strategic Comparison for Businesses

In the ever-evolving landscape of artificial intelligence, businesses are confronted with a pivotal choice reminiscent of the early days of the internet: embrace the all-encompassing allure of general market AI or venture down the path of precision with industry-specific solutions. Just as the decisions made in the web development era had lasting impacts, the strategic … Read more

Google Introduces Video FX

Google I/O saw Google Labs introduce VideoFX and a series of companion AI-powered tool for creating videos, images, and music. VideoFX allows users to make videos from text descriptions, ImageFX offers image editing controls and higher quality images, and MusicFX has a DJ mode for mixing beats. You can use your words to make videos, change specific … Read more

Hugging Face Embraces Robotics

  Recently, I attended the first Las Vegas Robotics Meet-Up and was very intrigued. It highlighted to me why AI and Robotics are going to be game-changing in many industries, not just the obvious ones. What I witnessed and heard showed me that there’s an active community and lots of advanced science happening in Las … Read more

The End of Apps as We Know Them

In today’s connected world, dominated by artificial intelligence and various AI applications and services, the question arises: why do we still need apps for certain tasks, particularly in the realm of transportation? The current scenario presents a challenge when it comes to choosing the right app for transportation needs. Whether it’s a ride from point … Read more

The Rising Robot Army

In a timely shift towards more sustainable robotics, Boston Dynamics recently unveiled their latest iteration of the Atlas robot—now fully electric. This next-gen humanoid robot is designed for real-world applications, building on a rich heritage of robotic innovation and commercial success with robots like Spot and Stretch. This move into the electrifying phase is spearheaded … Read more

Sayanara Metaswitch

I’m at the SkySwitch annual partner event, Vectors, an event that I hold near and dear to my heart from my time as CMO and Executive Producer of the event. It was great to see so many old friends and colleagues here in Nashville. While I’ve been buzzing around, a piece of news was passed … Read more

Presentations that Resonate: The Shift from Impress to Express

In the realm of impactful communication, it’s easy to fall into the trap of trying to dazzle our audience with our knowledge and expertise. However, true connection and lasting impact come from a place of authenticity and value, not from the grandiosity of our presentation skills. Taking cues from contemporary insights and my own experiences, … Read more

The Changing EU Telecom Landscape

In the ever-evolving digital realm, the European Union (EU) is not just stepping up; it’s leaping, possibly without looking, and taking some questionable steps forward with legislative vigor that could reshape the global telecom terrain. For those of us keeping an eye on the pulse of telecom and technology, (my blog used to be named … Read more

When A Friend Passes: Jim Courtney. RIP

With a teary eye, I’m writing this. Jim was more than a friend. He was a colleague, a peer, and an employee/contractor to my team at Comunicano, but above all, he was a gentleman in every way. His gentle nudges in correcting my typos on VoIPWatch through the years were always so appreciated. His candor, … Read more