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Humans should be involved in Ai decision-making Workday has published the results of its latest study, which examines the state of artificial intelligence (AI) in the enterprise, including the current perception among business leaders about the technology's benefits, challenges, and opportunities. Key findings include:
Databricks introduces Generative AI Tools Databricks’ data-centric approach to AI makes it easier to build, deploy and manage large language model (LLM) applications, enabling customers to accelerate their generative AI journey.
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Artificial Intelligence: An aid or the answer? The world is currently fixated on the development and potential application of technologies like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotic Process Automation and Large Language Models (LLMs). The influence of these innovations is evident as they continue to transform the facets of our daily lives. Organisations are embracing the potential of these technologies, incorporating them into their operations and expanding their capabilities.
The age of the autonomous enterprise is approaching The next 10 years will see a significant shift towards adoption of AI and automation to improve enterprise agility, driven by inefficiencies in legacy technologies.
TCS bets big on Azure Open AI Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has deepened its partnership with Microsoft by announcing plans to significantly scale its Azure Open AI expertise, and launching its new Generative AI Enterprise Adoption offering on Microsoft Cloud to help customers jumpstart their generative AI journey to power their growth and transformation.

AI - friend or enemy?

AI is here to stay. The only question is how your organisation responds to the challenges and opportunities artificial intelligence, machine learning, IoT et al represent. For some, AI seems to represent the end of civilisation as we know it; for others, AI is the only game in town. As ever, the reality lies somewhere in the middle, but there's no doubt that, in order to survive, let alone thrive, in the digital world, you can't afford not to have a plan when it comes to AI!
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