Google, Amazon and Microsoft give input to new health AI standard

pharma news | February 27, 2020

The US-based Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has developed the first ever accredited standard for use of artificial intelligence in health care, with input from tech giants such as Amazon, Microsoft, and Google. More than 50 organisations, from tech giants to startups and healthcare industry leaders, have developed the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) accredited quality mark. The standard is part of the CTA’s new initiative on AI and is the first in a series that aims to set a foundation for implementing medical and health care solutions built on the technology. One issue that the standard aims to resolve is the way that AI-related terms are used in different ways, leading to confusion, particularly in the healthcare industry.

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Lean software development is gaining support but how does that affect your testing? Different organisations and projects require different approaches to testing but we should all be following the lean principles of ‘Seeing the whole picture’ and ‘Building Integrity in’. Could you ‘eliminate waste’ and ‘empower the team’? Use this chart to help you decide if you’re using the leanest possible approach to testing for your project.

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Lean software development is gaining support but how does that affect your testing? Different organisations and projects require different approaches to testing but we should all be following the lean principles of ‘Seeing the whole picture’ and ‘Building Integrity in’. Could you ‘eliminate waste’ and ‘empower the team’? Use this chart to help you decide if you’re using the leanest possible approach to testing for your project.

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Google, Dell and Intel Tech Giants Collaborates Slack Form Modern Computing Alliance

Google | December 11, 2020

A bunch of innovation sellers - Google, Box, Citrix, Dell, Imprivata, Okta, RingCentral, Slack, VMWare and Zoom - have shaped the Modern Computing Alliance in a move that expects to all the more likely advance and incorporate "from silicon to cloud." The establishing sanction of the Modern Computing Alliance is to recognize that registering will be heterogenous yet depend on better cooperation, incorporation and coordination. Intel is the establishing silicon player and is joining forces to propel PC development and incorporate equipment, programming and stage for ventures. The general point is to lessen the rubbing among cloud and edge gadgets fueled by Chrome. In the event that this joining vision sounds natural that is on the grounds that Apple has moved to its own silicon with the guarantee of equipment and programming advancement ahead. In an instructions, John Solomon, VP of Chrome OS at Google, even referenced fanless gadgets. "To convey on client desires in the following 2 to 3 years we'll require more prominent execution, security and thoroughly considering outstanding burdens in a more incorporated style," said Solomon. "We will thoroughly consider outstanding burdens from silicon to cloud and draw in engineers prior." As indicated by Chris Walker, senior supervisor of the Mobile Client Platforms Group at Intel, the Modern Computing Alliance will use Google Chrome to propel PC industry advancement. "We consider work processes and expansions of what we've been doing," said Walker. For example, one center zone for the Modern Computing Alliance will utilize Intel's quickening agents to assess remaining burdens and handle things like conferencing all the more effectively. "On the off chance that a cloud administration knows about what's accessible locally it will be more productive," said Walker. At first, the Modern Computing Alliance will expect to make security, efficiency, joint effort, execution and similarity more consistent. The gathering gives off an impression of being focusing on the new typical for work and the truth laborers invest the greater part of their energy on Zoom and Slack. Chrome has just picked up in the undertaking as players, for example, Dell, HP and Lenovo offer more Chromebooks and IT uphold. Combination with other efficiency empowering agents, for example, Zoom, VMware, Citrix and Slack will turn out to be more interoperable with the Chrome business environment. David Konetski, Dell Fellow and Vice President in the Client Solutions Office of the CTO, said the PC producer is hoping to work with the coalition to streamline various conditions and use telemetry from gadgets to keep up armadas and secure them. Solomon said the Modern Computing Alliance will "reclassify innovation frameworks and stacks in the interconnected, web first world we're living in."

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Appsbroker Gets Recognition as Google Cloud MSP Partner Status

Appsbroker | September 08, 2020

Appsbroker is delighted to announce that it has been awarded the prestigious Google Cloud Managed Service Provider (MSP) Partner status. The MSP status recognises Appsbroker's pedigree in delivering world-class services to some of the largest multinationals. Appsbroker is one of the Google Cloud partners to deliver rapid-response managed services for clients in mission-critical sectors such as Financial Services, Manufacturing and Retail, with customers including Jaguar Land Rover, Santander and other major multinationals. The business continues to invest heavily into its core focus areas of application, data and infrastructure modernisation, with particular focus on its machine learning, Anthos and SAP practices.

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Commerce.AI is Now Available on Amazon Web Services (AWS)

Commerce.AI | December 21, 2021

On November 18, 2021, a renowned CX AI platform, Commerce.AI announced its launching in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) marketplace. It will help enterprises utilize the power of unstructured data and deliver a top-notch customer experience. At the conference, held in San Francisco, Mr. Andy Pandharikar, Founder and CEO explained how this presentsan excellent opportunity for enterprises to leverage their AWS commitments and unify billing to start CX/AI projects quickly. We created Commerce.AI because we saw a massive opportunity to help companies take control of unstructured data and unlock new business opportunities, By being available in the AWS Marketplace, we have made it easy for anyone with an AWS account to try our platform and start running CX projects in moments and without formal training. We give data scientists, CX operators, and teams across business functions real-time insights to optimize business decisions." Mr. Andy Pandharikar, Founder and CEO The availability of Commerce.AI will enable AWS customers to effectively process unstructured data and get real-time insights by deploying Commerce.AI’s visual interface, integrations, and tools. Additionally, continuous data integration will be possible as Commerce.AI software is timely optimized and provides auto access to new data sources. Another most prominent benefit of Commerce.AI’s availability is that it facilitates an improved purchasing process, which ensures time-to-value for all. The data platform from Commerce.AI is full of exciting features and solutions. For example, it allows 100+ data integrations that allow direct access to data sources (both public and private). Moreover, with around 55,000 industry-specific AI models, this platform provides real-time insights and reports in multiple formats. More than 500 leading fortune organizations like Coca-Cola, NetGear, Unilever, and Suzuki use the Commerce.AI platform to leverage their business operations. The primary reason behind the popularity of this industry-leading platform is its ability to deliver a next-gen customer experience through thousands of in-built machine learning processes and models. These models make it possible to retrieve real-time records from video, text, chat, and voice data.

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