AI Index episode 11: Bayer partners with Google to optimize drug discovery and clinical trials with AI; Imbue raises $200 million to build advanced AI agents; and Walmart launches generative AI assistant.
Tony Uphoff shares a framework for CEOs that will help their companies better connect with customers, stay competitive, and drive growth.
In his latest analysis, Bill Doerrfeld considers the security and privacy implications around using generative AI apps and large language models.
Grocery retail giant Kroger tops expectations and lifts forecast again. In episode 76 of the Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Tom Smith looks at what makes the company stand out.
Walmart’s digital engagement and customer focus drive results; Cisco says it’s focused on helping customers become more agile and resilient.
In Data Modernization Minute, Ep. 32, Wayne Sadin explains Microsoft’s Power BI Suite within the context of Walmart, the world’s largest retailer. The company’s financial team has recently announced their adoption of this tool.
Latest initiatives push Walmart further ahead in digital innovation, sustainability and strategic partnerships.
Walmart’s latest digital initiatives include honoring sustainable packaging leaders, as well as better omnichannel shopping experiences.
Roblox is a big name in the Metaverse. Kieron explains its origins, how it works, and why it has garnered so many major corporations as partners.
Walmart takes further steps to democratize retail industry data, solidifying its leadership. Kroger buys Albertsons to accelerate growth.
In episode 57 of the Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Tom Smith covers recent news from Walmart, which rolled out a free version of its big data app for suppliers and also standardized its finance organization on PowerBI. Meanwhile, Kroger is growing by acquisition.
Walmart’s Roblox-centered Metaverse strategy is just the latest indicator that the company sets a digital innovation pace for others to follow.
The big-box retail giant’s latest digital business announcements continue to build its case as the world’s top digital innovator.
In Cloud Wars Horizon Minute, Ep. 50, Tom Smith discusses the big-box retail giant’s customer-centric tech leadership with a slew of new partners, as well as updated store, website, and app integrations.
Oracle, Workday, Kroger and Walmart delivered powerful results, which Tom Smith and Bob Evans discuss in Episode 48 of the Cloud Wars Horizon Minute.
Walmart’s financial results, and commentary by executives on its earnings call, show progress toward working through its inventory problem. That could be a positive indicator for retailers.
While Walmart and Goldman Sachs are not traditionally tech companies, they are becoming next-generation cloud providers.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob evaluates how the big box retailer and investment bank are breaking into the cloud space, although they aren’t traditional tech companies.
In this Enterprise AI Minute, Aaron discusses recent collaborations to use AI for digital pathology and clinical research.
In this Cloud Wars Minute, Bob discusses the move that Walmart is making into the cloud space with Walmart Commerce Technology. What does this mean for other major cloud providers?