Link: Pivotal: innovative partnership saves big on US Air Force fuel costs

“The tanker refuelling system software for the air force – which runs on Pivotal Cloud Foundry – was built for under $2 million in 90 days and is now being used in operational areas including Qatar. It is currently saving the US Air Force $1 million per day in fuel costs, with the software being managed by just one person.”
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Link: AI Begins to Infiltrate the Enterprise

It could be a better list, sourced from companies, but good nonetheless: “Some of that confusion may be because there are so many potential use cases for AI. Experts pointed to help desk, customer support, recommendation engines, fraud detection, chatbots, image recognition, language processing and market segmentation as some of the possible applications of the technology. Andrews pointed out that AI could even be helpful at tasks like improving graduation rates at universities or reducing recidivism at prisons.”
Original source: AI Begins to Infiltrate the Enterprise

Link: Creative ways to encourage the integration of DevOps processes

‘Teams come into the dojo with a backlog of real work they are trying to deliver and are paired with DevOps coaches for six weeks. Some managers expect the teams to deliver these projects faster over the course over this period. Sometimes it happens, but Clanton explained it is really about building the skills that will allow them to deliver faster software and with better quality when they return to the office.’

Training by doing.
Original source: Creative ways to encourage the integration of DevOps processes