Artificial Intelligence (AI) is reshaping business operations, from network troubleshooting and cybersecurity to customer service and communications. As investment in AI reaches new heights, organizations must weigh its benefits against cost, environmental impact, ethical concerns, and implementation challenges.
It’s an understatement to say that artificial intelligence has been on top of every information technology and business leader’s priority list since the release of ChatGPT. The easy-to-use generative AI engine gave everyone a glimpse of what’s possible when it comes to the infusion of AI into our lives, and one of the areas in which it has the most promise is cybersecurity.
Digital infrastructure company Equinix Inc. recently launched a private cloud service that allows organizations to manage their own Nvidia Corp. DGX supercomputing infrastructure for building custom generative artificial intelligence models.
As usual, Cisco Systems Inc.‘s annual user conference, Cisco Live EMEA in Amsterdam, serves as a platform for the networking giant to release the latest innovations across many of its product lines. Although this event is considerably smaller than the U.S. Cisco Live, it’s important for the company as Europe, the Middle East and Africa is a highly diverse region spread out across 120 countries.
In its CES 2024 blog, NVIDIA characterized its announcements as “A Launching Pad for Generative AI” – fitting, as 2023 was certainly the year that Gen AI became mainstream. I wanted to see what NVIDIA has coming. Arguably no company is more important to advancing AI than the chip giant. As critical as Intel was to the PC era, NVIDIA will play a similar role for AI.