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Everyday Ethics for Artificial Intelligence

December 26, 2022

Everyday Ethics for Artificial Intelligence
IBM embraces five foundational pillars of trustworthy AI: Explainability, Fairness, Robustness, Transparency, and Privacy. These pillars underpin the development, deployment and use of AI systems. This document and IBM’s trustworthy AI pillars are meant to help you align on both process and outcomes.

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A New Technology Stack

whitePaper | November 23, 2022

Over the last four decades, the information technology industry has grown from about $50 billion globally in 1980 to more than $4 trillion. During this time, the IT industry has experienced the transition from mainframe computing to minicomputers, to personal computing, to internet computing, and to handheld computing.

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Embedding Generative AI and Advanced Search into your apps with MongoDB Atlas

whitePaper | July 5, 2023

Never before has the launch of a new technology so rapidly fired the imagination of enterprises and consumers alike. The arrival of ChatGPT in November 2022 showcased the potential of Generative AI powered by Large Language Models (LLMs) in addressing a vast array of new use cases. These use cases were previously unimaginable with conventional computing and analytical AI (now sometimes described as “traditional” or “classic” AI).

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Optimize Microsoft SQL Server Workloads with NetApp Solutions

whitePaper | July 31, 2020

IT organizations face constant change. There’s the overarching transition to cloud, which raises questions about what workloads to move when. And there are application-level transitions imposed by vendors when they end support for older versions of software, forcing companies to upgrade. Microsoft SQL Server is swept up in both of these transitions. Organizations rely on SQL Server for everything from ERP to analytics, and thousands of them are running the 2008 or older versions that are now end of support.

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AI & Analytics: Trends 2021-2022 and Market Research

whitePaper | July 28, 2022

Before the pandemic, the path to AI adoption used to be slow and steady. According to the survey of industryleading firms, only 48% of companies deemed AI and Big Data a source of innovation. In 2021, this number has climbed to almost 65 percent.

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Cloud Infrastructures –Last Call for Boarding

whitePaper | July 16, 2020

Is cloud computing becoming the norm? As part of the digital offensives by many companies, cloud infrastructures are fast becoming a crucial technology driver and success factor for innovative business models and digital products. The growing interest in the Internet of Things and machine learning sent the adoption rate of the cloud soaring at numerous companies. Now, it is a question of “how” rather than “whether” cloud services can be used successfully at German companies.

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Successfully implement and operationalize machine learning models to optimize and accelerate credit decisions

whitePaper | May 4, 2022

The pandemic has brought about significant economic disruption, thereby increasing the need for banks and financial institutions to be more agile. However, Covid-19 is not the only factor that drives automation and digitalization in the credit and lending process in credit institutions. Incumbent banks are increasingly facing pressure from neobanks, these having the strategic advantage of being “born digital”. In addition, customers demand fully digitalized processes with regard to the ease of use and fast turnaround times.

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Nextiva is a leading provider of cloud-based business communication solutions. Its dynamic, easy-to-use tools are powered by NextOS, the all-in-one communication platform. The result? A unified communications solution that delivers real-time insight into the customer journey. Nextiva has revolutionized the way businesses interact with their customers and employees with a full suite of communications solutions, including Nextiva Voice, Nextiva Service CRM, Nextiva Analytics, Nextiva Surveys, and more.

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