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AI is Not a Magic Bullet for Renewables

In this special guest feature, Blair Heavey, Chief Executive Officer of WindESCo, suggests that we hear so much about how AI is the next big thing in the energy industry, but in reality, it’s really over-hyped, and is nowhere near the magic bullet that some thought it might be. Many rewewable energy companies are not meeting the expectations with AI, and there’s a lot of confusion on what it really is and what it can do.

How Yum! Brands Uses Location Data from Foursquare to Make Smarter Decisions

Join this virtual event with a compelling panel of technology leaders to discuss to discover how Yum! Brands and other organizations are leveraging location-based data to boost in-app location accuracy, increase in-store foot traffic, and expand e-commerce business.

JADBio Provides AutoML for BioMed Data

JADBio is an AI startup company working with BioMed data. This remarkable team, headed by Prof. Ioannis Tsamardinos, has created an automated machine learning (AutoML) platform designed for life scientists. No Coding. No Statistics. No Math. No Problem … just add data.

How Harnessing Data Can Lead to Better Financial Outcomes

In this special guest feature, Greg Wright, Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer for the Experian Consumer Information Services (CIS) business in North America, discusses how the financial services industry must continue to utilize the most accurate and comprehensive data solutions to enrich credit decisions, while also educating consumers about the options available to them. Educating consumers about the information included in their credit report and ways they can improve their credit histories is an important step in getting the economy as a whole humming again and helping those most in need.

Financial Chief Data Officers Making Advances in Data Management and Compliance but Over Half of Manual Processes Remain

A new survey, conducted by WBR Insights among data and information technology executives within the financial services sector and sponsored by InterSystems, highlights that financial organizations are allocating significant portions of their budget to compliance initiatives, and that 54% of those surveyed further revealed that at least half of these functions are still performed manually within their organization.

Microsoft Azure AI for Health Initiatives

Let’s invent the future together! Join Microsoft Azure and NVIDIA, grow your expertise, and help shape what’s next for technologists, AI innovators, and creators at GTC 2021.There are amazing opportunities for everyone. Registration is free … what are you waiting for?

Why the Future of Healthcare is Federated AI

In this special guest feature, Akshay Sharma, Executive Vice President of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at Sharecare, highlights advancements and impact of federated AI and edge computing for the healthcare sector as it ensures data privacy and expands the breadth of individual, organizational, and clinical knowledge.

How Financial Institutions Can Deal with Unstructured Data Overload

In this contributed article, Chandini Jain, CEO of Auquan, outlines how new AI-powered tools can aggregate, query, analyze and leverage unstructured data to unveil deep insights in record time. She takes a look into how these tools are providing value and helping financial institutions turn mounds of unstructured data into decision-making power.

Video Highlights: AI’s Role in Fight Against COVID-19

Legal and compliance technology company, Relativity premiered its latest installment of its On the Merits documentary series, which aims to showcase how people use data for the greater good. This year’s documentary explores how AI was leveraged in the race for answers around COVID-19.

Data and Analytics are Helping to Drive Healthcare Innovation

In this special guest feature, Ashley Kramer, Chief Product & Marketing Officer for Sisense, highlights the stories of three companies that used data and insights to improve patient care, adapt to a tumultuous healthcare landscape, and maintain strong business operations.