Generative AI transforms the role of the CIO, making them a central figure in driving innovation, strategy, and decision-making within organizations.
Because Generative AI directly impacts the people and costs that are central to business results, it’s critical that businesses ensure the ethics and explainability of this technology.
Understanding why ethical AI and explainable AI are foundational elements to generative AI is critical to moving forward.
In this special interview, Aaron Back speaks with Kenny Mullican about the top trends and takeaways from last week’s IBM Think 2023 event in Orlando.
Organizations must understand what machine learning, including deep learning, is and what it isn’t to gain the most value from their ML business applications.
While generative AI is still a relative newcomer in the channel, it’s already starting to create an impact in several ways.
Google Cloud contributes to the generative AI revolution with its impressive portfolio of new GenAI technologies being utilized by Uber, Wendy’s, and Deutsche Bank.
Contributing to the generative AI revolution, Google Cloud is bringing its generative AI capabilities to Deutsche Bank, Uber, and Wendy’s, according to CEO Thomas Kurian.
Informatica used its annual customer conference to detail development work that infuses Generative AI into core products, while adding partnerships with cloud hyperscalers.
Microsoft announced its Copilot and SharePoint integration that will bring new features including brand consistency capabilities and templates for creating pages.
Google Cloud has formed three new partnerships with Deloitte, KPMG, and Cognizant, in efforts to expand AI adoption across the business ecosystem.
During the opening keynote at Informatica World, attendees learned of Claire GPT, an extension of Informatica’s AI engine powering its data management tech.
From watsonx and will.i.am to co-creation and creativity, the first-day news, topics, and presentations at IBM Think were timely and thought-provoking, says Kenny Mullican.
Google Cloud recently announced three alliance expansions with its existing partners, Deloitte, Cognizant, and KPMG, in efforts to accelerate the adoption of enterprise AI.
Bob Evans proposes his “Sapphire Wishlist,” which includes five critical ideas that he hopes are addressed at SAP’s upcoming event.
A briefing featuring three CISO Practitioner Analysts discussing the state of the market, CISO priorities, Multi-Cloud Cybersecurity, SaaS Security, and the impact of Generative AI.
Organizations must understand how to optimize both non-generative and generative AI to unlock value across operations.
ChatGPT, and its generative AI underlying technology, can replace some, but not all, human tasks. In this analysis, Janet Schijns explores which ones are best suited for machines versus humans.
Acceleration Economy along with Google and Microsoft introduce the Generative AI Digital Summit, featuring insights from industry leaders and practitioner analysts.
Salesforce has announced its latest Green Code initiative which aims to reduce the carbon footprints associated with the software development lifecycle.