At the Cisco WebexOne event, Cisco rolled out some exciting AI-based upgrades to Webex, suggesting more smart automation in the product’s future. Combine these newest enhancements with Cisco’s commitment to security across its ecosystem, and you’ve got a real winner. If Cisco wanted to show that it too could be one of the cool kids, mission accomplished!
C3.ai, led by legendary enterprise software executive Tom Siebel saw a boon in its IPO today that led to big percent gains as AI demand grows.
The coming year is going to see the continued impact of artificial intelligence. Here are four applications that we will see strong continued investment and adoption in 2021.
NVIDIA saw a record breaking quarter in its biggest categories including datacenter and gaming while the company saw revenue jump 57%.
At this year’s VMworld event, NVIDIA and VMware announced a strategic partnership to improve how AI chips are managed in the datacenter.
With this week’s launch of the Cloud AI 100, Qualcomm is taking its AI capabilities from the smartphone to the edge to the datacenter.
IBM’s new RoboRXN chemistry lab allows scientists to create new molecules while working remotely using robots, cloud, and AI. The platform accelerates the synthesis process and highlights discovery, which is not only a great boost to the field of chemistry, it’s also an example of innovation and agility we’ll likely see much more of. Most of us think of work as being in an office setting, but the RoboRXN platform reminds us that work can take place in a laboratory, a factory, on a farm, or on a construction site — and technology can play a big role in all those settings.
NVIDIA has continued its stellar momentum which has sent its stock to nearly $500 a share on the back of explosive AI growth.
Informatica’s acquisition of GreenBay Technologies is intended to spur the company’s machine learning and AI capabilities.
NVIDIA maintains its market leadership for MLPerf based upon its most recent benchmarks on its newest A100 Tensor Core GPU.