AI in healthcare is finally moving beyond speculation and is set to bring possibilities that extend past providing diagnostic assistance to doctors. In fact, according to an Accenture report, growth in the AI healthcare market is expected to reach $6.6 billion by 2021, a compound annual growth rate of 40 percent.
By Mikael Huss, Data Scientist at Peltarion.
Thanks to their intricate IT architectures and the sheer amount of highly sensitive data involved, the financial and insurance industries are both considered slow when it comes to digital transformation. This has made it problematic for high street banks and insurers to run as fast as the new FinTechs currently stealing market share, such as Monzo and Starling.
By Grant Caley, CTO, NetApp UK and Ireland.
Advancements in technologies such as machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are growing in the workplace – to the benefit of employees who are able to work more efficiently and intelligently than ever before. Dr Davide Zilli, Director of Client Services at Mind Foundry, explains how these tools are helping reduce time-consuming tasks, freeing up human expertise to be used where it is most effective.
There’s a global shortage of artificial intelligence (AI) talent; labour markets all over the world can’t keep up with demand for developers, mathematicians and scientists who can create new and innovative AI technology.
By Professor Daniel Kroening, CEO and co-founder of the AI start-up Diffblue.
The effects of climate change are seen on an ever-larger scale and governments are increasingly putting policies in place and setting emission targets in an effort to stop temperatures rising. As highlighted by edie, 70% of the global energy demand is currently used by cities and it is predicted that an additional 2.5 billion people will be living in cities by 2050. Looking at these statistics, solutions to decrease the environmental impact of cities while improving the quality of life for residents are increasingly in demand. Implementing smart technology aims to achieve this and as a result ‘smart cities’ are developing worldwide.
By Graeme Ross, UK & EMEA Sales Director, Resource Data Management.
Artificial Intelligence is widely perceived as ‘the next big thing’ in cyber security. But with many providers attempting to jump on board and jostle to use the latest industry buzzword, services are being incorrectly marketed as ‘AI-based’, leading to much confusion.
By Neil Kell, Director of Evolve Secure Solutions, part of the CSI group.
For decades, businesses have used new technologies to forge connections in new markets and help scale their supply chain networks globally. As a result of this exponential growth, demand has risen for new solutions that can combat the growing complexity of supply chain networks, whilst simultaneously driving innovation to remain competitive in the face of rising end-user expectations. The deployment of technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning are two examples of the innovations that can offer fleet operators a competitive edge, and the introduction of these technologies is fuelling a wave of disruption across multiple industries involved in supply chain networks.
By Alessandro Lori, PhD, Head of Data Products, Verizon Connect.
Forcepoint’s Dr Margaret Cunningham shares insight on how human bias can impact decision making and business outcomes, offering unique guidance on overcoming bias through human understanding combined with advanced behavioural analytics.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its presence felt in every aspect of our daily lives—from the new breed of virtual assistants in our homes, to the spam filters that eliminate unwanted spam emails from our inboxes. As AI algorithms—and the computing power that drives them—improve year-on-year, their ability to positively transform the world in which we live is unquestionable. In fact, PwC predicts that AI could contribute up to $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030.
By Andy Coussins, senior vice president and head of international at Epicor Software.
Over the years, advancements in technology have been such that the ability to monitor, record, stream and analyse in-flight data has developed at a rapid rate.
By Chris Knight, Senior Associate, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman.
IT automation has been on the rise massively in the past few years, offering some big benefits in efficiency and productivity. Brett Cheloff, VP at ConnectWise Automate discusses the major advantages and future of IT automation.
Our home lives are increasingly filled with a proliferation of smart devices and apps designed to meet our needs and answer our whims almost instantaneously. Services such as Alexa and Siri mean that simply speaking aloud will instantly fetch information or fulfil a task. This trend at home is reflected in the professional world, with workers beginning to expect the same instant gratification for their workplace needs, and accordingly self-service and automation have become essential for all IT service desks.
By Scott Gainey, CMO at Cherwell.
Once limited to science fiction movies and conversations about what could be, artificial intelligence (AI) now has use cases that touch virtually every area of an organization. McKinsey Global Institute recently released a discussion paper that dives into the potential contributions of AI to the global economy and its impact on various industries. McKinsey estimates that about 70 percent of organizations will be using at least one type of AI technology by 2030. Increased adoption could add $13 trillion to the economy during that period and boost global GDP by 1.2 percent each year.
By Marcus Doran – VP & GM at Rahi Systems, Europe
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and automation has opened new levels of cost savings and efficiency to businesses worldwide, with the potential of driving the fourth industrial revolution. Automation already revolutionised business processes across the majority of industries, from manufacturing to retail, transport and healthcare.
By Carmine Rimi, AI Product Manager at Canonical - the company behind Ubuntu.
According to the UN, 68% of us will be living in urban areas by 2050. It’s vital therefore, we have the right infrastructure and services in place to support the needs of this growing urban population.
By Safa Alkateb, CEO of Autocab.
Wes Van Den Berg, Vice President and General Manager, UK&I, Pure Storage, provides an update on recent developments at the company, including the launch of the FlashBlade//S family of products and the introduction of the Evergreen//Flex.
Mike McAdam, Data Centre Director EMEA, and Simon Prichard, Product Strategy Manager, both at Mitsubishi Electric Europe, explain how real-time data visualisation and smart insights can help to optimise data centre power and cooling infrastructure, before discussing the wider sustainability challenges and opportunities facing the industry into the future. They also share the company’s plans to leverage its critical infrastructure expertise to expand its presence within the data centre sector.
Michael James and Terence Chabe, Capital Market Specialists at Colt Technology Services, discuss the implications for data centre infrastructure as some of Europe’s largest financial exchanges address the fallout from Brexit, with geography, latency, security, cloud services, software defined networks and the edge all in the spotlight.
Christian Gilby, Senior Director of Enterprise Product Marketing, Juniper Networks, talks through the recent updates to the Apstra intent-based networking platform, covering edge, Zero Trust and migration services. He also details a recent customer success story.
Leeds-headquartered SaaS firm eviFile has announced it’s working with Alstom Transport UK Ltd – the multinational rolling stock manufacturer and the UK’s leading signalling and rail infrastructure provider in CP6 – to roll out the eviFile platform across all live UK projects, including a contract worth £130 million.
Ingenuity Studios has selected VAST to help deliver next-level realism to a host of long- and short-form works, including feature films, television series, music videos, commercials, and more. Ingenuity Studios tapped VAST Data’s Universal Storage architecture to leapfrog the status quo by deploying a simple data storage platform that allows artists and animators to easily collaborate on projects with ultra-fast performance and low-latency, without the classic flash storage tax.
Wrike has released new findings that uncover the cost of work complexities brought about by the Digital Era and accelerated transformations. According to the research report commissioned by Wrike, “Dark Matter of Work: The Hidden Cost of Work Complexities,” up to 55% of the work that takes place within an organisation is not visible to key stakeholders, costing organisations up to $60 million a year in wasted time, delayed or canceled projects, and employee churn. This lack of visibility has created the “Dark Matter of Work,” a term coined by Wrike Founder Andrew Filev to describe the vast amount of work that isn’t captured, tracked, or measured against goals because it takes place in synchronous applications and unstructured ways.