The increasing business complexity and demand for highly scalable applications have brought a paradigm shift in how software applications are engineered. In the past few years, different software architectures are adopted by developers to reduce code complexity, improve fault isolation, and minimize time-to-market.
Vision AI (also known as Computer Vision) is a field of computer science that trains computers to replicate the human vision system. This enables digital devices (like face detectors, QR Code Scanners) to identify and process objects in images and videos, just like humans do.
Have you noticed the ‘Smart Compose’ feature in Gmail that gives auto-suggestions to complete sentences while writing an email? This is one of the various use-cases of language models used in Natural Language Processing (NLP).
In today's digital age, where every click, transaction, and interaction matter, how we design software systems has transformed significantly. Think of it this way: picture a smart home system that adjusts the lighting and temperature based on your actions, just like a responsive assistant who understands your needs without you saying a word. This is the essence of Event-Driven Architecture (EDA), a concept that might sound complex but is rooted in a surprisingly simple idea: making technology respond to the real world just like we do.
Software development methodologies have come a long way. From Spiral to Waterfall to Agile, there is a significant shift in team roles, ceremonies, planning, and delivery activities. And if we talk about the pace at which software applications are brought to market these days, Agile seems to have made an impact and is considered the most relevant approach to manage the SDLC cycle.
The idea of adopting an iterative development approach has been gaining grounds in the software industry. Agile methodology for project management, which was introduced back in 2001 has transformed the way software development companies deliver the product throughput. The Kanban Vs Scrum tilt has been going on for quite a time now. Here are the key differentiators that hold them apart.
Ever since the intense scrutiny faced by organizations that developed COVID vaccines, pharmacovigilance has become a hotly discussed area of interest. The practice of pharmacovigilance basically aims to reduce the entry of drugs with adverse side effects into regular circulation. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been permeating this field in recent years due to the immense potential for automated pharmaceutical discovery that it offers.
AI, a technology that enables computers to replicate human-like thinking and problem-solving, has captured our attention. Meanwhile, Cloud Computing, with its capability to deliver abundant computing resources over the internet, has changed how businesses handle their IT infrastructure.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has introduced major breakthroughs as fintech solutions in the finance industry. Risk management, customer segmentation, credit scoring, personalized banking, process automation, etc. are some of the advantages of AI and its technologies that are leveraged by the finance sector.
Today's business world relies heavily on software, which is widely used in enterprise applications and products. As technology evolves rapidly, software development teams are under increasing pressure to deliver solutions that are both faster and of superior quality. They often grapple with issues such as functional issues, security vulnerabilities, and technical debt.