The U.S. Army, which utilizes many subcontractors, realized it was running into too much unused funding. Toni explains how turning to AI helped it find the perfect solution for its budgeting issue.
From generative art to digital humans, the ways that AI and non-fungible tokens can intertwine are myriad, as AI Impact host Toni Witt explores.
Apps by NVIDIA and Luma Labs that utilize neural radiance field (NeRF) AI models enable anyone with a smartphone to make convincing 3D models for use in e-commerce, gaming, the Metaverse, and more.
By distributing AI computation to local sensors and devices where the data is actually generated, Edge AI powers real-time capabilities for everything from medical devices to self-driving cars to energy grid monitoring, as Toni explains.
Inflation puts pressure on businesses to raise their prices, but raising prices runs the risk of alienating customers. Janet explores how to add value so you can raise prices without customer fallout.
In Ep. 4 of the Acceleration Economy Minute, Kieron Allen highlights three key takeaways for integrating out-of-the-box AI technologies into business operations.
Startup FindMine developed an AI engine that automatically pairs products together on a website to help customers envision different combinations and looks and move ahead to make purchases.
Acceleration Economy analyst and Paragon Films CIO Kenny Mullican looks at how AI-enabled intelligent process automation can be applied in a manufacturing industry context.
In this Data Modernization Moment, Teradata CMO Jacqueline Woods explains how the company delivers real-time results with the new VantageCloud Lake and ClearScape Analytics applications.
Blockchain enables creators to package and monetize their digital content in new ways, but it’s not the only tech stack that is doing so. AI is also helping generate content in the digital space. Here’s how.
Analyst Bill Doerrfeld discusses the benefits and drawbacks of low-code/no-code with CEO Prashanth Chandrasekar, giving examples of how the approach both widens businesses’ horizons and limits them.
In Ep. 73, Aaron Back explains how discussions and new product announcements at Celosphere 2022 highlighted the concept of digital twins and the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning.
In episode 72, Aaron offers his take on the Celosphere 2022 opening keynote, where a major idea surfaced around the need for human collaboration with AI, because the latter is only as smart as the data being fed into it.
Findmine uses AI to assemble “looks” with clothing, furniture, and more – resulting in more “shoppable content” for customers to engage with.
Ronak profiles Australian startup PIPE AI, which has developed innovative AI systems to assist pipe and sewage maintenance on a grand scale.
Data is a critical component of AI and data projects. Analyst Pablo Moreno explains what to know about ensuring your data is in the best condition possible before putting it to use.
Our latest installment on startup funding highlights tec companies working on rebate management, SMB finances, eye health, cloud app dev, and data analytics.
IBM joins the growing lineup of AI suppliers looking to democratize the technology. The company is offering embeddable AI libraries.
Touching upon subjects such as natural language interfaces and human-plus-AI, Aaron Back and Adept AI CEO David Luan discuss ways that technology can be seen as a partner in the workplace.
Managing AI bias empowers organizations to unlock AI’s tremendous opportunity to drive positive outcomes, writes Robert Wood in this look at the new NIST AI playbook’s main takeaways on the topic.