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AI may not be widespread in many enterprises yet, but a new survey shows some organizations say that they are already planning deep learning projects.
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Scale and longevity can be advantages for large enterprises facing competition from startups, but those enterprises need to transform their IT culture, achieve single-speed IT, and jettison inefficient distributed infrastructure.
CIOs want to invest in AI projects, but some just aren’t ready to build it out themselves. So Oracle and SAP are both offering AI technologies to enterprise customers to get them started.
Cloud and open source advocate Sam Ramji, vice president for product management for the Google Cloud Platform, provides a sneak peek into his Interop ITX keynote.
When it comes to customer service automation, don’t think robots can do it all. They need to work in combination with human staffers.
Cognitive computing, AI, machine learning, and deep learning are often used to describe the same thing, when they actually differ. We explain what the differences are so you can better understand how the pieces fit together.
Data management cloud and enterprise software vendor Informatica has seen a surge in interest for data catalog as organizations grapple with the looming GDPR deadline and data privacy issues. Here’s what else the company’s CEO sees as big trends in data for 2018.
Dabbling in the cloud rather than having a cloud strategy with assigned responsibilities is a step toward disaster.