AI is getting plenty of attention but when it comes to developing general purpose AI solutions, we're a long way from having convenient, packaged products accessible to the non-specialist.
Two years is a long time when it comes to the pace of automotive disruption. In my latest Q/A with Evangelos Simoudis, he gives us a look behind his new book on big data and the automotive industry. We get into the five cultural forces causing change in this sector, and why trends like mobility services present new risks and opportunities for carmakers.
8 years of spend management data from across its customer base gives Coupa a head start in applying AI to functions such as supplier risk
How startup Deep Instinct uses deep learning AI technology to detect undocumented malware and might have thwarted last week's WannaCry ransomware outbreak
Although the showpiece of Nvidia GTC17 was the new V100 GPU, software dominated an event that sets the stage for our AI-augmented future
SnapLogic says all we need to do to achieve enterprise application integration is to ‘snap’ the pieces – legacy, data, cloud, whatever – together. If that sounds too simple, the man driving it forward has track record in building billion dollar businesses, so it’s probably worth giving him a hearing.
Announcements at Build17 around Windows 10 Fall Creators edition show that Windows now takes second place to Azure and AI in the Microsoft firmament
Dave Wright, ServiceNow’s Chief Strategy Officer, talks about the company’s Intelligent Automation Engine and the impact on a service-focused organisation.
In this edition: enterprise apps unbundle as "intelligent agents" crop up everywhere. AI gets put to the A/B test with a slew of pieces on AI pros and cons. Tableau goes for subscription pricing while Jive goes... ? Your whiffs include a naive assessment of journalists, and a dorky attempt to close the open web. Plus: Stuart's pursuit of digital pizza earns a sneaky tribute to a movie legend named Spicoli.
Here's an example of how – and why – AI can produce something positive and target a focused, definable job that users need done, but humans can’t deliver in the timescale required.
It's a common assumption that AI isn't ready to drive marketing. But are we further along that we think? Based on Barb Mosher Zinck's review of "Albert," the artificial intelligence tool from Adgorithms, we might be turning a corner.
Machine learning and AI assistants will help organisations improve the performance of their quote-to-cash lifecycle, says Apttus’ Elliott Yama.
The US-based lingerie manufacturer and retailer achieved a 38 percent rise in conversion rates using a new tool, Ascend, from Sentient Technologies.