Government organisations’ workforce still wary of AI

Departments embrace AI, but workers still wary. Government organizations around the world are adopting artificial intelligence (AI) technologies to help them achieve their public purpose or mission, but government employees are still concerned about the technology’s impact, according to Gartner, Inc. Thirty-six percent of government respondents in the 2021 Gartner CIO survey indicated…

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Demand from government and manufacturing verticals drove India’s external storage systems

14.8 per cent YoY growth. India’s external storage market witnessed a growth of 14.8 per cent year-over-year (YoY) by vendor revenue and stood at USD 73.7 million in Q2 2021 (April – June), according to IDC’s latest Worldwide Quarterly Enterprise Storage Systems Tracker Q2 2021 release. The quarter witnessed YoY…

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Four trends driving near-term artificial intelligence innovation

Responsible AI, small and wide data, operationalisation and efficient resource use will be key to scaling AI initiatives. The AI market remains in an evolutionary state, with a high percentage of AI innovations appearing on the upward-sloping Innovation Trigger (see Figure 1). This indicates a market trend of end users…

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Tokyo Wan Vessel Traffic Service Center tests AI technology

To reduce unnecessary alerts by about 90%, contributing to highly accurate prediction of vessel collision risks. Tokyo Wan Vessel Traffic Service Center, tested Fujitsu’s AI technology under an outsourcing contract with the Japan Coast Guard, which manages maritime traffic control services. Results of the trial demonstrated that this technology can…

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Without Barriers across nine countries in Asia Pacific

Increasing employability of female technical talent and nurture entrepreneurs across Asia Pacific. Across nine Asia Pacific countries Code; Without Barriers to help close the gender gap in the region’s fast-growing cloud, artificial intelligence (AI) and digital technology sectors was launched by Microsoft and 13 other countries. The program provides a platform to…

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SpaceCows: Using AI to tackle feral herds in the top end of Australia

Adapting the most advanced technologies. CSIRO, Australia’s national science agency and Microsoft will develop an artificial intelligence and space technology-powered digital twin — a virtual replica of the landscape — to help Indigenous rangers manage feral herds on their land in Northern Australia. Unmanaged feral cattle and buffaloes have a…

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Four trends driving near-term AI innovation

Responsible AI, small and wide data, operationalisation and efficient resource use will be key to scaling AI initiatives. Four trends on the Gartner, Inc. Hype Cycle for Artificial Intelligence, 2021 are driving near-term artificial intelligence (AI) innovation. These trends include responsible AI; small and wide data approaches; operationalization of AI…

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Emerging technologies spurring innovation through trust, growth and change

NFT, Quantum ML, generative AI, homomorphic encryption and composable applications and networks. Engineering trust, accelerating growth, and sculpting change are the three overarching trends on the Gartner, Inc. Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies, 2021 that will drive organizations to explore emerging technologies such as nonfungible tokens (NFT), sovereign cloud, data fabric, generative…

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Enterprises increasingly utilising AIOps to optimise infrastructure operations

Global 2000 IT organisations will have adopted automated operations practices to transform their IT workforce. Artificial intelligence for IT operations (AIOps) refers to the application of AI/machine learning (ML) and big data and analytics in an intelligent and highly automated manner to address the challenges of modern infrastructure management. The…

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