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Why AI is now table-stakes in cybersecurity

By Dr. Sven Krasser, Senior Vice President and Chief Scientist, CrowdStrike.

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The Top Benefits of AI in Cloud Computing

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By Dominik Birgelen, CEO of oneclick.

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Breaking down the barriers to data science

Florian Douetteau, CEO of AI and machine learning platform Dataiku, discusses how code-free environments are paving the way for new innovation business-wide.

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British Army enhances human cyber capability with Immersive Labs

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Army uses Immersive Labs to optimize digital professionals’ cyber security abilities as part of its modernisation.

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The rise of the ‘business technologist’ and ‘hyperautomation’

As we move into 2022, the trends we see emerging will increasingly be geared towards delivering improved user experiences and innovation at speed. Unlocking data and harnessing digital capabilities will be the cornerstone of future transformation initiatives, with composable businesses set to take centre stage in the year ahead. MuleSoft, provider of the world’s #1 integration and API platform, has outlined the trends that will shape these emerging operating models and IT priorities in 2022.

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Online, high-street and app-based gaming firms all use artificial intelligence to drive personalisation, but a third only started using the technology this year.
Cisco has formed a partnership with the University of Edinburgh to collaborate on opportunities in AI and data-driven innovation, a key pillar of the recently announced Edinburgh and South East Scotland City Region Deal.
Combining Dynatrace’s automated and intelligent observability and DevOps orchestration with JFrog’s CI/CD helps teams deliver better software faster.
Expanded portfolio of HPC solutions simplify and accelerate time to insights.
Keysource is launching a new facilities maintenance service which utilises the latest machine learning/artificial intelligence technology to help organisations to transform their edge operational management strategy. KAI (Keysource Artificial Intelligence) has been designed to enable companies to make data led decisions around key issues such as reducing capital expenditure and unplanned downtime or gaining greater control over their edge infrastructure.
Data centres are being overhauled, revamped and modernised to support digital transformation and the power-hungry cloud deployments they contain.
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