Artificial Intelligence is all over the News. But does it affect you now?
The Evolving Enterprise is the new digital magazine bringing you real-world applications for headline technologies like AI, and Machine Learning. This could transform your enterprise, and it could do it today.
The EE assists Enterprises on their transformation journey by providing expert industry insights on the how’s, the where’s and the why’s, so procurement decisions can be made with confidence. We present deep, unbiased industry knowledge that couldn’t otherwise be found all in one place.
The edge artificial intelligence (AI) chipset market is expected to exceed the cloud AI chipset market for the first time in 2025. According to ABI Research, it will do so propelled by the increasing focus on low latency, data privacy, and the availability of low-cost and ultra-power-efficient AI chipsets.
New research from Professor Feng Li, chair of Information Management at City, University of London’s Business School has outlined three new approaches that digital innovators can take to reduce the risk of failure and seize competitive advantage in the industry.
Gartner calls ‘hyperautomation’ the most important of the top 10 strategic technology trends for 2020. Is it worth the hype? The short answer, says Tyler Suss, product marketing director at Kofax, is, “Yes.”
Events in 2020 have catalysed the global workforce and remote working has fast become the norm, blurring the lines between home and work. Research from EPOS has found that 95% of workforce admit that their concentration and efficiency at work has suffered due to audio setbacks, resulting in an emotional impact for with 35% reporting feelings of frustration, irritation and annoyance due to bad audio. More concerningly, EPOS also found that 25% of end-users experience stress and 15% of respondents even feel embarrassed or less confident.
Four Indiana entrepreneurs with extensive experience in technology start-ups have partnered to launch NEXT Studios. This is the Midwest’s newest venture studio, designed by entrepreneurs, for entrepreneurs.
Water companies in England and Wales oversee networks of more than 335,000 km of pipes, with around 24 million connections to homes and industrial properties, says Pete Goodwin, account director, Smart Water, Arqiva. Every year these organisations aim to improve the services they deliver across these vast networks, with ambitious leakage improvement targets increasingly at the top of the priority list.
The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.