“Now more than ever, CPOs are planning ahead – looking into the technology available on the market that can help them to direct their teams to operate in a more agile manner and optimise the sourcing process.”
Mid-sized businesses are head down, wrestling with constantly evolving operational challenges, from skills shortages to supply chain delays and raging inflation. Management teams lack the time and often confidence to explore technology innovation and, as a result, too many companies are missing vital opportunities to cut costs, boost efficiency and reach new customers.
Nigel Cannings, CTO of Intelligent Voice, shares how we can debias artificial intelligence.
Andy Champion, VP and General Manager, EMEA at Highspot shares how you can train your sales team at a scale.
Knud Kegel, VP Product, EMnify shares how the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is alive and kicking.
Rachel Roumeliotis, Vice President of Data and AI at O’Reilly, shares how we must not wait for the government to fill the vacuum of AI governnce.
Natural Language Processing refers to the use of computers for information processing in the form of natural language text, as written or spoken by humans. It is highly effective at a whole range of tasks and can be transformative in any organisation. Yet the issue of bias in Natural Language Processing will not go away and, if not addressed, could affect the deployment of AI.
How can businesses use Natural Language Processing, and what can be done to eliminate any bias? Thomas Diggelmann, Machine Learning Engineer at augmented intelligence firm Squirro, explains more.
In the past, building software
applications required months
and years of training to learn
programming languages and
frameworks. A typical software
development journey would
require excessive computing
power, endless trial and error,
and a niche, highly skilled
workforce – just to arrive
at a successful outcome.
But thanks to the rise of
no-code software, things have
changed dramatically – and
soon all the technically difficult
software development and
endless hard toll – will come
to an end.
Zoom has announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Solvvy, a leading conversational AI and automation platform for customer support, to offer elevated customer service experiences to a global enterprise base and work quickly to capitalize on new opportunities in contact center and customer support.
Perceptual Robotics has announced it has signed a major contract with energy giant Enel to process future inspections of blade data from across its whole fleet of wind turbines.
Liferay has been chosen as a core digital infrastructure component in the factory of the future at the Digital Manufacturing Accelerator (DMA). The initiative, by the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC), lets manufacturers experience the advantages of industry 4.0, IoT, smart manufacturing, robotics and more.
“Digital transformation efforts have experienced a marked acceleration over the past two years, and we see no indications of a slowdown,” said Kara Sprague, EVP, and GM, App Delivery, F5.
Global creator company Jellysmack demonstrates its commitment to international expansion and best-in-class tech with the hiring of seasoned executive Thierry Bedos as Chief Technology Officer. Bedos brings over 25 years of experience and deep knowledge of growing multi-billion dollar tech businesses.
Learn about Platform SH with our interview from Tech Show London
advancing the next era of digital art with the first-ever artificial intelligence (AI) artwork created in space to be used as an NFT.
Martin Rehak, CEO of Resistant AI, explains why combining AI and the human touch is the only way to successfully fight financial crime.
Adrian Engelbrecht, Product & Development Lead, Serviceware AI, looks at how AI is taking quality and cost optimization of enterprise services to the next level.
Richard Farrell, CIO at Netcall shares the five top trends powering CX transformation in 2022
As we celebrate the success of Empact Ventures’ 2021 Super Connect for Good competition in partnership with Hays, we catch up with Liza Alem, Head of Marketing and Communication at AZmed.
TBTech looks at how Amazon leverages artificial intelligence logistics warehouses