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A majority of companies (85%) agree that automation needs to play a greater role in supporting their business continuity strategies.
In the news this week: more analytics and AI tools are made available to COVID-19 researchers, plus the launch of the Digital Transformation Institute.
Smart farming, using advanced IoT technologies, helps farmers reduce waste and increase productivity.
Continuous intelligence applications need a flexible infrastructure that accommodates the dynamic and variable nature of streaming data.
Available solutions include tools for epidemic prediction, CI image analytics, and genome sequencing for coronavirus.
Here are a few predictions about how several industries that impact our everyday lives will be impacted by AI not only this year but beyond.
As the number of edge devices grows and enterprises push more processing to the network edge, data streaming solutions will become increasingly common to—and essential for—data-driven organizations.
A genomic sequencing process that once took 30 hours or more can now be completed in a few minutes.
Using machine learning to accurately predict and improve the health and life of a battery will enable manufacturers to embed this software straight into their battery devices and improve the in-life service for the consumer.
In the news this week: an AI tool to help identify those most vulnerable to COVID-19 and new products, services, and updates from TigerGraph, ClosedLoop, Databricks, and Verta.
Microservices help developers deliver new features more quickly and effectively than ever before to keep giving users what they crave.
MBAs educated today using methods from the past may not be prepared for jobs of the future.
The bulk of supermarket purchases are still primarily made in-store; personalized in-store shopping experiences are the next logical frontier for digital transformation.
Given the many ways CI applications work with data, organizations need flexible, high-performance, highly scalable data ingestion and analysis solutions.
Here is a sampling of five online learning organizations with courses on AI and data science you might want to check out while we ride out COVID-19.
The goal of the collaborative project is to establish a novel platform for quantum computing that is truly scalable up to many qubits.,