Thousands of volunteers are pitching in to support Bolshoi Theatre’s digital archive project in Moscow. They’re aided by document capture specialist ABBYY, and its machine learning and analytics tools.
Philip van der Wilt, EMEA VP and GM, ServiceNow, argues that there are areas of work that people will continue to excel at: creation, curation and communication.
Think AI as a general topic is rocket science? Try building deep learning models for niche applications. We look at Automation for deep learning as a key field for exploration as AI demand continues to explode but doesn’t get any easier.
This week: why Google’s diversity problem is our problem, and boiling down AI adoption by industry. Your whiffs include some satirical awards, including my own fact check failure.
Brexit, Trump, terrorism – are decision-makers getting their heads around the turbulence in the world over the past year or so?
What obstacles need to be overcome for robots to work in health and social care before Doctor Robot can see you now?
This week: Can AI give companies the edge over cybercriminals? Will McDonald’s become as digital savvy as Starbucks? Your whiffs include a blockchain post on a no-elbow-grease diet.
Peter Pearce of Baker Tilly sees huge opportunities in next-gen manufacturing, aka Industry 4.0. But it’s going to mean answering tough questions. Here’s how his Plex Manufacturing Cloud approach works.
ServiceNow CEO John Donahoe can point to some stellar growth numbers around enterprise customers. Now he wants to get them talking in order to increase his firm’s brand awareness. Sound thinking!
Companies must create a clear AI roadmap that accounts for early learning curves, and know that this will turn into customer insights, says Salesforce’s Adam Spearing.
On the face of it the European Commission’s fine is a drop in the revenue ocean, but it had a tangible effect on Alphabet’s quarterly numbers yesterday.