Advanced Computing in the Age of AI | Monday, August 2, 2021

Latest 2021 Stanford AI Study Gives Deep Look into the State of the Global AI Marketplace

Despite major disruptions from the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, global investment in AI technologies grew by 40 percent in 2020 to $67.9 billion, up from $48.8 billion in 2019, as ...Full Article

C3 AI Launching a Technology Licensing Office After Getting Broad AI Software Patent

Enterprise AI software platform vendor C3 AI will begin licensing its model-driven architecture and other technologies later this year after receiving a broad, new “omnibus” U.S. patent for its ...Full Article

Deloitte’s Upcoming Center for AI Computing Aims to Help Customers Grow AI Use

With AI use continuing to grow in adoption throughout enterprise IT, Deloitte is creating a new Deloitte Center for AI Computing to advise its customers, explain the technology and ...Full Article

Digital Twins and AI Helping Industries Stay Flexible During COVID-19 Uncertainties

When COVID-19 clobbered all of humanity in early 2020, the resulting government lockdowns in countries and communities across the world negatively impacted entire industries and turned people's lives and ...Full Article

How AutoML is Democratizing Data Science — And What That Means For Data Scientists

“Data scientist” has been one of the most in-demand job titles of the past decade. But in another 10 years, that role will look very different, thanks to technologies ...Full Article

Xilinx Brings ‘Unique’ Composability and Flexibility to its New Alveo SN1000 SmartNIC

FPGA vendor Xilinx has debuted its latest SmartNIC model, the Alveo SN1000, with integrated “composability” features that allow enterprise users to add their own custom networking functions to supplement ...Full Article

IBM, Red Hat Integration Continues as IBM Mainstreams Power Systems in Pivot to Cloud

As it continues to pivot to the cloud, IBM has unveiled a new Power-based private cloud rack product line that is also porting Red Hat OpenShift capabilities to its ...Full Article

With Long-Delayed JEDI Contract Stalled By Legal Fight, DoD May Go Multi-Cloud

The Pentagon is signaling it may embrace a multi-cloud strategy long favored by commercial users seeking to avoid vendor lock-in. With its Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI) contract award ...Full Article

Sunlight’s AI Hypervisor Gains Nvidia GPU Support to Boost Edge Deployments

Sunlight, the U.K.-based specialist in virtualizing data-intensive applications, announced Nvidia GPU support for its “lightweight” hypervisor designed to boost the performance of edge AI deployments. GPU support for its ...Full Article

In Midst of Global Semiconductor Chip Shortage, DoD, Globalfoundries Expand Ties

The U.S. Defense Department and Globalfoundries are expanding their semiconductor manufacturing partnership by certifying the foundry’s most advanced fab complies with U.S. export controls intended to secure the chip ...Full Article
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