With generative AI constructs like ChatGPT shaking up all manner of industries, their impact is explored in a new report from Capgemini Research Institute titled “Harnessing the value of generative AI: Top use cases across industries,” which examines the transformative force of generative AI for innovation across enterprises.
If you’ve been plucked off the waitlist for Google’s Search Labs, you now have access to early-stage experiments powered by advanced generative AI.
OpenAI’s new update to ChatGPT introduces a feature in the works sure to be of interest to enterprise AI teams: shared links.
Accessing up-to-date information beyond September 2021 “knowledge cutoff date” is my use case, and WebPilot is my tool.
The Linux Foundation released its annual report on tech talent, examining the current and future technology staffing requirements and skills needed within organizations.
“With new breakthroughs in generative AI, we’re again reimagining what a search engine can do.”
Microsoft’s AI-dominated work trends report says adjusting to the new world order in the workplace requires boning up on AI-related skills — or, as Microsoft put it: “Every employee needs AI aptitude.”
“I do think microservices were over sold as the answer to everything.”
The AI buzz these days is all around Microsoft, OpenAI, Google and a few other heavy hitters, but not so much for IBM which years ago went “all in” on hybrid cloud and AI. So what happened?
Internet of Things (IoT) and edge computing deployments are on the rise across the board, says a new report from the Eclipse Foundation, which listed vendor-neutral recommendations for organizations getting in on the action.