DXC’s well-known expertise in helping organizations modernize their IT systems along with its expertise in AI and machine learning is a good match for Google Cloud Platform Services, as both join together to target the enterprise customer.
What are the enterprise AI trends that we are seeing now and where are we headed? Let’s take a look at the status of AI in the enterprise.
How do we handle this new deepfake technology that has the power to compromise everything from personal privacy to national security?
Today at VMworld 2019, VMware and NVIDIA have announced a partnership that will enable AI workloads on prem to be seamless portable to the cloud on AWS.
Huawei Ascend processors are another sign of the company’s ambitions to build and deliver soutions without any dependene on U.S. based companies.
AI’s ability, both present and future, to transform customer service in business is nothing short of extraordinary.
H2O.ai secures Series D funding led by Goldman Sachs and which includes repeat investments by NVIDIA and Wells Fargo. This highlights the hotbed of interest in all things AI, as well as the value delivered by automatic machine learning.
Intel has used this year’s Hot Chips event ot roll out 2 new processors focused on improving AI Training and Inference. A look at how these chips compete.
NVIDIA showed significant quarter over quarter growth as the semiconductor space is seeing supplies normalize. The company’s performance was sound delivering on revenue and EPS with future signs also pointing positive.
NVIDIA has announced new record speeds for inference on GPU technology opening up an interesting debate as to whether CPU or GPU is best for AI Inference.