CES is not an enterprise-oriented tech event. It hosts a wide range of exhibitors and features a fair number of products and technologies. Chief among these versatile technologies is artificial intelligence (AI), which is in abundance at CES 2020.
At Intel’s CES 2020 Press Conference, the semiconductor powerhouse announced a range of next-generation chipsets designed to embed artificial intelligence (AI), edge computing, 5G, and streaming technologies into practically every category of consumer device.
NVIDIA continues to flex its technical muscle in Artificial Intelligence (AI) to seize new opportunities in the fast-growing chipset market. Long known as the powerhouse of AI “training” solutions, the company has recently been pushing into the adjacent—and potentially much larger—market for AI “inferencing” products. What does that mean for the future of the AI wars? Let’s take a look.
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According to many experts who attended the Cisco Virtual Event focused on the future of networking, there’s a lot to be excited when it comes to AI and automation.
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This week at NVIDIA GTC conference in DC the company announced a number of items including a series of record breaking benchmarks for AI Inference.
If customer experience is the center of digital transformation, customer relationship management (CRM) must be central to managing that experience. The following are a few ways companies are using AI with their CRM platforms to improve customer management and how software companies are creating solutions to meet the needs of their customers.