Recognize's recent CIO survey offers a glimpse into the current IT landscape and highlights cybersecurity priorities, widespread adoption of GPT-4, and the significant influence of AI on future business operations. Seventy three percent of U.S. organizations plan to boost their IT spending in 2024.
With over 100 active engagements and 400 inbound leads, BharatGPT - India's first open-source LLM - transforms AI interactions across 22 languages. CoRover CEO Ankush Sabharwal discusses democratizing technology accessibility and BharatGPT's diverse use cases and future road map.
Enterprises will require specialized infrastructure to build their LLMs. Amid rising demand for GPUs and purpose-built data center infrastructure, data center providers - such as Equinix, ST Telemedia Global Data Centres (India), NTT Global Data Centers and Yotta Data Services - plan to offer AI services from the...
Dr. Mrutyunjay Mohapatra, director general of meteorology, India Meteorological Department (IMD), discussed IMD's transformative phase of expanding observational network, deploying radars, and using innovations such as Mausamgram, WAFES, NFCS Panchayat Mausam Seva and AI-driven weather prediction models.
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Sheila Dusseau, head of global legal operations at Ferring Pharmaceuticals, on how the company optimized its CLM with Icertis and Whatfix's DAP, reducing support tickets by 33%. Their Smart Tips and knowledge repository improved user experience, enhancing pharmaceutical contract management.
Chavon Clarke-Joell, assistant commissioner, head of innovation, AI, and strategic engagement at the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Bermuda, discusses the containment of AI-driven disinformation, AI ethics and a collaborative approach to harness the positive potential of AI.
Software-defined infrastructure has become a popular choice for enterprises seeking to modernize and consolidate systems for new digital business initiatives, especially those that require an expansion of IT resources.
Software-driven storage can offer advantages over traditional SAN and NAS systems, easing the...
Jaeger Glucina, chief of staff at Luminance, explains how their Autopilot legal AI solution saves time in the contract negotiation process. Negotiations between two opposing parties are presented to a legally-trained AI without the need for human involvement - the whole process takes a few minutes
Since 2000, CGTMSE has empowered millions of entrepreneurs, guaranteeing over $53 billion in loans, with $21 billion currently active. Harish Gupta, head of IT, shares the company’s transformative journey to cloud and the resulting improvement in turnaround time for loan processing and claim assessments.
In the current landscape dominated by generative AI adoption, legacy infrastructure acts as a formidable obstacle. There is an imperative need for strategic upgrades encompassing compute, storage and networking.
Technology leaders struggle to adapt to new roles as they take on additional responsibilities. Deepa Seshadri, partner and CIO Program leader, Deloitte India, explains how the CIO Program helps technology leaders transition from operational to strategic roles.
As industrial organizations continue to digitize their operations, they are pulling production data from across their operations into IT systems. As more OT systems are connected to enterprise IT networks, this data can be shared to help drive business growth. But with this increased connectivity comes increased risk....
Mastercard, a global leader in payments, is expanding its use of artificial intelligence beyond traditional applications. The company has deployed AI to prevent fraud and enhance customer experience, efficiently handling a 20% increase in inquiries and navigating through extensive manuals.
Presently, the applicability of quantum computing to real-world business problems is limited. Leading cloud providers such as AWS, Google, IBM and Microsoft are actively working to broaden this scope by providing quantum computing services over the cloud to expedite more use cases.