Numbers aren't always an example of 'satisfactory' knowledge, says Salesforce's Peter Coffee.
Avantra wants to operationalize SAP landscapes, tossing in a bit of AIOps al;ong the way.
Enterprise hits and misses - Coronavirus changes the tech event game, and AI projects get a scale-down
This week - Coronavirus is changing the tech event game - will virtual events get a market push? AI projects get a scale back, blockchain gets a critique, and Salesforce has a blinder of a week. Your whiffs find journalists stepping in it.
AI is here to stay but humans are not going away. Zendesk's Adrian McDermott sets out three ways businesses can begin to foster a human-machine partnership
Co-CEO Keith Block steps down, a $1.33 billion buy out of Vlocity and quarterly numbers that deliver a shock loss - a busy day at Salesforce as its 21st birthday looms.
Just about every vendor claims they have NLP capabilities of some kind. But not all apps tagged with the "Natural Language Processing" label are created equal.
Noodle.ai saves money while helping reduce industrial waste. That's a net good. How does it work?
The annual AI Priorities report from PwC provides some interesting insights into where companies will be focusing their AI attention in 2020.
There's a trinity of disruptive forces coming along to disrupt the telecoms sector, says Salesforce's John Carney.
When we talk about the limits of data science, we often revert to issues like scalability, or the lack of talent. But there's another burning question that data science projects overlook at their peril: just how important is causation?
The EU pitches ethical AI regulation and "a single European data space". (Try not to be too underwhelmed...)
The EU wants to take an ethical lead on AI, but will its high-minded aspirations promote or stifle the innovation that's needed to compete with the US and China?
An aspirational name change completes a four year corporate re-invention.