Saturday, January 23, 2021

How machine learning will take off in the cloud

A company that helps users to create their own websites now knows what kind of sites their 80 million users are building without pestering...

As Cloud Computing Grows Rapidly, Companies Look to Manage Costs 

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor   As cloud computing has taken off and continues to grow rapidly, companies are motivated to get a handle on...

Profits, Not Vapor: Titans Emerge in Cloud Computing

Three companies have brought down to earth the long-elusive goal of selling corporate customers computing power through the Internet. For years, cloud computing’s promise of...

Federal Government Inching Toward Enterprise Cloud Foundation

By AI Trends Staff The federal government continues its halting effort to field an enterprise cloud strategy, with Lt....

Modzy Aims to Accelerate Enterprise AI Adoption with Pre-trained Models

By AI Trends Staff The consulting firm Booz Allen has announced Modzy, a product aimed at accelerating the deployment of AI applications in the enterprise....

Google’s Cloud Adds Machine Learning APIs

Continuing its evangelism of machine learning, on Wednesday Google said two of its machine learning APIs introduced in March have advanced into open beta status. The first...
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Amazon and Founders’ Co-op back new Seattle startup KITT.AI, born in Paul Allen’s AI2...

A new Seattle-based artificial intelligence startup called KITT.AI, incubated inside Paul Allen’s Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2), has landed funding from Founders’ Co-op and...

Embedding Open Cognitive Analytics at the IoT’s Edge

Cognitive computing is penetrating more aspects of the IoT as algorithms enable edge devices and applications. Understand how unstructured data captured by IoT edge...

New AI Chips, Managed Services Among Flood from AWS at re:Invent 2020 

By AI Trends Staff  Amazon Web Services CEO Andy Jassy delivered a three-hour keynote at a virtual event on Dec. 1, the AWS re:Invent 2020 event. Jassy,...

AI Careers: Kesha Williams, Software Engineer, Continues Her Exploration

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor We recently had a chance to catch up on the career of...




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