Top 5 AI Trends to Watch in 2024

Generative AI is finding its niches within business in 2024, with multimodal models providing new capabilities. At the same time, artists glaze their work against AI scraping.

The 10 Best AI Courses in 2024

Today’s options for best AI courses offer a wide variety of hands-on experience with generative AI, machine learning and AI algorithms.

Is AI ‘Copilot’ a Generic Term or a Brand Name?

Microsoft uses Copilot as a product name, but more and more often the word sums up a generic class of generative AI bots.

Is Edge Computing Living Up to Its Promise in the Australian Market?

Edge computing adoption in Australia has been slowed by challenges including cost and tech stack complexity, but IBM’s Utpal Mangla said global use cases are growing amidst the rollout of 5G.

By |2024-03-21T17:50:17+00:00March 21, 2024|Australia, Big Data, Cloud, CXO, Edge, edge computing, edge computing ai, edge computing australia, edge computing trends, hybrid cloud, ibm, International, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Is Edge Computing Living Up to Its Promise in the Australian Market?

IBM’s Matthew Candy Sees Evidence of Innovation in Australia’s 2024 Pursuit of Generative AI Scale

Candy said that Australian organisations are deploying a range of artificial intelligence use cases, with scaling well and governance a focus for clients in 2024.

By |2024-02-07T14:00:54+00:00February 7, 2024|ai, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, Big Data, CXO, genai, generative ai, ibm, ibm consulting, Innovation, International, Uncategorized|Comments Off on IBM’s Matthew Candy Sees Evidence of Innovation in Australia’s 2024 Pursuit of Generative AI Scale

IBM: While Enterprise Adoption of Artificial Intelligence Increases, Barriers are Limiting Its Usage

Some 40% of organizations remain in the exploration/experimentation phases due to factors including limited AI skills and expertise, according to IBM's newly released Global AI Adoption Index 2023.

By |2024-01-12T22:01:23+00:00January 12, 2024|ai, ai ethics, Artificial Intelligence, Australia, CXO, data governance, generative ai, ibm, Innovation, International, Uncategorized, United Kingdom|Comments Off on IBM: While Enterprise Adoption of Artificial Intelligence Increases, Barriers are Limiting Its Usage

Intel Spins Off Enterprise Generative AI Deployment Firm Articul8

Investment firm DigitalBridge Group and other backers provided the cash for the venture, which will enable generative AI deployment.

By |2024-01-04T18:52:43+00:00January 4, 2024|articul8, Artificial Intelligence, AWS, Cloud, CXO, databricks, dell, Enterprise Software, generative ai, Google, google cloud, hpe, ibm, Innovation, intel, microsoft azure, nvidia, Security, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Intel Spins Off Enterprise Generative AI Deployment Firm Articul8

Anthropic Builds Methods for Reducing Bias in Generative AI – But Doesn’t Recommend AI for High-Stakes Decisions

The company's paper on high-stakes decisions made by foundation models joins the conversation on bias in generative AI, but Anthropic doesn’t recommend using its methods in the real world.

By |2023-12-21T15:14:37+00:00December 21, 2023|ai ethics, anthropic, Artificial Intelligence, chatgpt, claude, claude 2, Developer, generative ai, ibm, llama 7b, meta, Software, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Anthropic Builds Methods for Reducing Bias in Generative AI – But Doesn’t Recommend AI for High-Stakes Decisions

IBM to Acquire Two Enterprise Data Integration Platforms From Software AG

The $2.3 billion deal is expected to close in the second quarter of 2024.

By |2023-12-18T19:13:14+00:00December 18, 2023|api management, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Cloud, CXO, data integration, ibm, ibm consulting, ibm watsonx, integration platform as a service, silverlake, Software, software ag, streamsets, Uncategorized, webmethods|Comments Off on IBM to Acquire Two Enterprise Data Integration Platforms From Software AG
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