Microsoft announced that Wild Me, a Portland-based nonprofit organization that focuses on combatting extinction with citizen science and artificial intelligence, will become a new featured project in its AI for Earth program.
Mediaocean, the foundational software provider of the advertising world, and IBM iX, one of the world's largest digital agencies and global business design partners, announced the launch of a blockchain consortium for the digital media supply chain.
At CEBIT 2018, held last week in Hannover, Germany, Huawei released its latest IoT and AI products to help enterprises create intelligent and connectivity genes to build digital neurons and accelerate digital enterprise transformation.
ICEmarket, a product of an established global yacht events company, Jadranski skiperi, and a software development agency Calyx, was officially launched last month in Greece during the annual Charter Meetup Athens.
Ericsson Media Solutions announced the launch of its MediaFirst End-to-End Ultra High Definition (UHD) solution, the industry’s first software-based, multi-application media processing and encoding platform to deliver UHD content from camera to consumer, across the entire media delivery landscape.
As companies look to embrace AI to gain competitive advantage and increase productivity, IBM unveiled a new data science and machine learning platform and an elite consulting team to help them accelerate their AI journeys.
Batavia, the blockchain-based global trade finance platform, that has been jointly developed by IBM and a consortium consisting of banks, has successfully completed its first live pilot transactions with corporate clients.
China’s aspiration to deploy 30 million autonomous vehicles within a decade is seeding a fledgling chip industry, with startups like Horizon Robotics emerging to build the brains behind those wheels, according to Bloomberg.
There are two major themes that bookend the enterprise conversation about cloud adoption. On one hand, businesses are compelled to move more workloads to the cloud to seize the new opportunities presented by AI, Machine Learning, IoT or even next-generation quantum computing or risk getting left behind.
Google’s artificial intelligence technology is being used by the U.S. Department of Defense to analyze drone footage, a rare and controversial move by a company that’s actively limited its work with the military in the past, according to Bloomberg.