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Three Ways AI Is Helping Manufacturers

Thanks to the global supply chain and growth of middle-class culture, manufacturers are under tremendous pressure to make high quality goods that customer desire at a price they can afford. One technology that’s increa Read more…

New Unicorn Fractal Bolsters Cloud Play with Neal Buy

Artificial intelligence firm Fractal Analytics is having a busy January so far. Early in the month it announced a $360 million investment from enterprise technology asset firm TPG, and on Tuesday the company reported acq Read more…

10 NLP Predictions for 2022

Natural language processing (NLP) has been one of the hottest sectors in AI over the past two years. Will the string of big data breakthroughs continue into 2022? We checked in with industry experts to find out. There Read more…

The Future of the Metaverse + AI and Data Looks Bright

We’re on the cusp of major breakthroughs in the metaverse, that collective world of new augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences that is gaining steam. The new meta modality will not only be a huge n Read more…

DeepliteRT Enables Fast and Efficient AI Modeling on Edge Devices

Enterprises today have increasingly complex and expansive datasets that require substantial computing resources to manage. Machine learning with artificial intelligence models has been an indispensable tool for reducing Read more…

Understanding AI’s Limitations Is Key to Unlocking Its Potential

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing many processes across industries and applications—digital customer service assistants, autonomous vehicles, robots in retail warehouses. AI can even write a news article Read more…

Data Science and AI Predictions for 2022

The pace of technological change increased in 2021, and if history is any guide, will continue to accelerate in 2022. At the leading edge of high tech are data science and artificial intelligence, two disciplines that pr Read more…

2021 Big Data Year in Review: Part 2

There was a lot going on in 2021, but we’ve done our best to synthesize some of the top stories of the year. Here, we pick up where we left off in part one of this two-part piece. One of the most interesting develop Read more…

Databricks SQL Now GA, Bringing Traditional BI to the Lakehouse

Companies that want to run traditional enterprise BI workloads but don’t want to involve a traditional data warehouse may be interested in the new Databricks SQL service that became generally available yesterday. Th Read more…

Report Finds Intelligent Search Gets Smarter with AI

The need for fast access to relevant data or information is growing across industries and in different application areas. This drives the need for intelligent search that makes workers more productive, provides personali Read more…

Anyscale Nabs $100M, Unleashes Parallel, Serverless Computing in the Cloud

With a fresh $100 million in the bank and $1 billion valuation, UC Berkeley’s RISELab alum Anyscale is now set to scale up its business as the latest data unicorn. The company also announced the general availability of Read more…

AWS re:Invents the In-Person Conference

After two years of Zoom calls and virtual conferences, a little bit of human interaction is in order. That much was plainly evident in Las Vegas this week, as tens of thousands of folks descended upon the AWS re:Invent c Read more…

Internet Pioneer Vint Cerf on Shakespeare, Chatbots, and Being Human at SC21

Unlike the deep technical dives of many SC keynotes, Internet pioneer Vint Cerf steered clear of the trenches and took leisurely stroll through a range of human-machine interactions, touching on ML’s growing capabiliti Read more…

Your Data Is Talking. Are You Listening?

Imagine you’re reading a murder mystery. The plot’s thickening, the game’s afoot, you’re pages away from knowing who’s done it and you’ve reduced your fingernails to a stub. Then, all of a sudden, a new chara Read more…

Is Quantum Computing the Future of AI?

Quantum computing has grabbed the imagination of computer scientists as one possible future of the discipline after we’ve reached the limits of digital binary computers. Thanks to its capability to hold many different Read more…

Top Trends for Business Analytics for the Rest of 2021

Data powers business. Organizations rely on it to remain successful and competitive, but they have traditionally performed analysis on huge volumes of historical data to make critical decisions. The impact of the Covid-1 Read more…

Hallmarks of AI Success in the Enterprise

We’re in the midst of a rapid uptake of AI in the enterprise across the board, but there are big differences in the results and the workflows in these AI practices. For its latest “State of AI in the Enterprise” re Read more…

Chip Shortage Hurts AI, But Hardware Just Part of the Story

The impacts of the chip shortage can be spotted everywhere: from higher prices on home appliances to empty new car lots to higher prices for consumer devices. Processor-hungry AI applications are feeling the pinch, but a Read more…

New DataKind CEO Sees More Than Dollar Signs in Data Science

The impact of data science in the private sector often is measured in dollars and cents. If the profits go up and the costs go down, then it’s considered a win. But for Lauren Woodman, the new CEO of DataKind, which pe Read more…

Data Dashboarding Must Evolve or Face Irrelevance

Data visualization has become synonymous with business intelligence (BI) data dashboarding. But these dashboards have a weakness: They are only as good as the humans--and AI--that interpret it. For businesses to truly Read more…

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