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CIO vision 2025: Bridging the gap between BI and AI

September 23, 2022

CIO vision 2025: Bridging the gap between BI and AI
It’s been several years since organizations began adopting artificial intelligence (AI) to improve their business; few have come close to mastering its existing capabilities. A small number of organizations in our research aim to become AI-driven—a status we define as AI and machine learning underpinning almost everything the enterprise does—by 2025. However, this elite group—who we term “AI leaders”1—as well as the many others looking simply to embed AI more firmly in the enterprise foundations face formidable challenges to achieving their objectives.

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NVIDIA

NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics, and revolutionized parallel computing. More recently, GPU deep learning ignited modern AI — the next era of computing — with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots, and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world.

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Democratizing AI: Transforming Your Operating Model to Support AI Adoption

whitePaper | May 20, 2021

AI has become a strategic imperative. Early adopters are achieving massive returns, while others risk falling behind. Yet, with AI knowledge and resources scarce, most companies cannot copy the FAANG approach. Even if their vast resources were more readily available, it’s hard to reboot an organization without disrupting the bottom line. Most executives need to work with the resources available — their existing people, processes, and technology.

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AI Ethics

whitePaper | November 24, 2022

High-profile examples of harm associated with algorithm failure and misuse have garnered significant public concern (e.g. manipulation of the democratic process, discriminatory practice in criminal justice sentencing, and bias against racial and gender categories in the labour market). The field of AI ethics refers to the literature and to the community of people interested in this space. One high-profile manifestation of this is the formation of specialist ethics councils and teams to deliberate on conundrums regarding the use, access and openness of platforms and technologies (such as social media and messaging apps, etc.). For instance, the banning of particular public figures as well as lay users for use of the services in a manner that is not acceptable has been a constant theme in the public debate.

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The UK’s AI Strategy: Where Are We Now?

whitePaper | September 22, 2022

Last year, the UK Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) published its 10- year National AI Strategy for the regulation and promotion of artificial intelligence (AI) in the UK (Report). DCMS seeks to build “the most pro-innovation regulatory environment in the world” and vows to make the UK the “best place to live and work with AI” over the next decade. Since then, the UK government and regulators have taken various steps towards this aim, with the Report anticipating a large number of AI-centric publications and consultations. Some key examples (and their latest status) are summarised below, including a policy paper and white paper on a pro-innovation national position on governing and regulating AI, an Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) consultation on the beta version of its AI and data protection risk toolkit, and a consultation on copyright and patents for AI through the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO).

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The Generative AI Revolution

whitePaper | May 12, 2023

Onward’s mission is to develop bold and practical ideas to boost economic opportunity, build national resilience, and strengthen communities across all parts of the United Kingdom. Our vision is to address the needs of the whole country: young and old, urban and rural, for all communities across the UK – particularly places that have too often felt neglected or ignored by Westminster. We believe in an optimistic conservatism that is truly national – one that recognises the value of markets, supported by a streamlined state that is active not absent. We are unapologetic about standing up to vested interests, putting power closer to people, and supporting the hardworking and aspirational.

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MongoDB and IBM zSystems

whitePaper | May 25, 2022

Modernization of data and applications on the mainframe is a necessary priority for modern organizations. Building a MongoDB Operational Data Layer (ODL) is a pattern widely used to make critical mainframe data available for modern mobile and web applications.

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Intel® FPGAs and SoCs with Intel® FPGA AI Suite and OpenVINO Toolkit Drive Embedded/Edge AI/Machine Learning Applications

whitePaper | September 28, 2022

As the speed of enterprise operations surge and expectations for quick responses rise, decision making increasingly migrates from data centers to the network’s edge. Whether it’s on the shop floor, where busy production lines must not stand idle, a doctor in a surgical suite waiting for answers, a fire crew needing orders to fight a frantically advancing wildfire, scientists looking for insights that will help a recovering coral reef, or a retail environment where impatient customers wait for help in making a purchase, enterprises must configure their systems to collect information, to develop actionable insights, and to provide decisions or answers in real time.

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NVIDIA

NVIDIA’s invention of the GPU in 1999 sparked the growth of the PC gaming market, redefined modern computer graphics, and revolutionized parallel computing. More recently, GPU deep learning ignited modern AI — the next era of computing — with the GPU acting as the brain of computers, robots, and self-driving cars that can perceive and understand the world.

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