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ThoughtSpot expands AI offering - but keeps ‘humans in the loop’ and highlights importance of accuracy This article is sponsored by:

ThoughtSpot has long used natural language processing to bring data analytics closer to all users. But with the advancements in Generative AI and Large Language Models (LLMs), it has been able to take its product further.

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Enterprise hits and misses - Davos debates AI in a Davos way, Apple Vision Pro pulls the CES rug, and DPD's AI service bot melts down This article is sponsored by:

This week - Davos did their AI pontification thing, but what we can we boil down from the erudition? AI project failure and success is on the table, but other matters (should be) keeping CEOs up at night: five, to be precise. Surprise: I take the Apple Vision Pro launch seriously, and DPD's service bot melts down.


Attention enterprises - your AI project success in 2024 is not a given. What will separate wins from failures? This article is sponsored by:

Contrary to marketing hyperbole, the data shows that enterprises are not charging into AI with abandon in 2024. But for those that do, what will constitute AI success, or failure? Here's how companies will manage potential and risk - and my top eight underrated factors for AI projects.

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Is it the end of the road for Software AG after selling its integration business to IBM? This article is sponsored by:

Months after persuading a key stakeholder to back private equity firm Silver Lake's buyout of leading German software company Software AG, the sale of its flagship integration platform to IBM has cast doubt on the 54-year-old company's future as an independent business.

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