Qualcomm, AMD, and Gigabyte break the PetaOperations per second barrier for AI inference — which is a lot of AI muscle. With AI increasingly becoming the driving force behind the next generation of consumer experiences, this is exciting news.
Following last year’s partnership announcement, NVIDIA and VMware have brought their AI-Ready platform leveraging GPUs, vSphere, and Tanzu.
After going public just 3 months ago, C3.ai is reporting its fiscal third quarter where it grew by 19% top line on growing demand for AI.
Just as consumer marketing teams have found AI-driven martech to help them reach their buyers where they are, B2B marketing teams are starting to realize that AI can do similar things to enhance their business customers’ journeys.
As automation spreads throughout every industry, humankind must address these questions and challenges to make the most of the future.
Over the past few years, Amazon’s AWS has been staunchly focused on building a complete set of tools to deliver AI at scale.
At the Cisco WebexOne event, Cisco rolled out some exciting AI-based upgrades to Webex, suggesting more smart automation in the product’s future. Combine these newest enhancements with Cisco’s commitment to security across its ecosystem, and you’ve got a real winner. If Cisco wanted to show that it too could be one of the cool kids, mission accomplished!
C3.ai, led by legendary enterprise software executive Tom Siebel saw a boon in its IPO today that led to big percent gains as AI demand grows.
The coming year is going to see the continued impact of artificial intelligence. Here are four applications that we will see strong continued investment and adoption in 2021.
NVIDIA saw a record breaking quarter in its biggest categories including datacenter and gaming while the company saw revenue jump 57%.