Voltron charges AI data, brighter than Apache Spark?
Data is mushrooming. Because data sets are getting bigger (every day) and because we’re seeking to extend the realm and purview of data analytics and data models across increasingly vast and typically ever more distributed data topographies, our ability to evidence reach and scope in data has nev... Read more
Enter the age of the wooden data center; Vertiv introduces TimberMod
Vertiv today announces an expansion of its prefab modular offerings. TimberMod is made of wood. It should boost the general rise of prefab modular data center construction.
Last week we were guests in Rugvica, Croatia at Vertiv. A few years ago, the company commissioned a factory there dedicate... Read more
Europe divided: what will remain of the AI Act?
Events in the AI world always give Europe the opportunity to mention the EU AI Act once again. The act is often used in the same sentence with "leading agreement" and seems to be a solution to the problems and challenges facing the AI world today. But what will be left of the legislation as critic... Read more
Why AI modeling requires database connectors
AI is complex. Not just because it is hard to do, difficult to comprehend in scale and tough to follow the next-big-thing with new generative functions and Large Language Models (LLMs) seeming to come forward every week. Those factors make AI engineering complex, but the IT industry is working ferv... Read more
Researchers speed up processing neural networks
Researchers at ETH in Zurich, Switzerland, have developed a technique that can accelerate the speed of neural networks up to more than 300 times. The technique greatly reduces the computing power for the inference process.
In the study, the Swiss researchers developed a technique for the inferen... Read more
AI developers delve into the field of AI video creation
Stable Video Diffusion is the latest AI video generator. The tool creates a video from existing images provided by the user. AI video creation is a field in which there has been more development recently, which results in various offerings which are most of the time more impressive.
The publish... Read more
Anthropic launches Claude 2.1: ‘delivers improvements for enterprises’
Anthropic presents the latest generation of Claude. With the model, Anthropic is trying to reach the enterprise market. This is heard again with the presentation of version 2.1, which would deliver improvements in key capabilities for enterprises.
"Claude 2.1 delivers improvements in key enterp... Read more
HP plans release of AI PCs in second half of 2024
HP CEO Enrique Lores has announced that the tech giant will release AI PCs in the second half of 2024.
During a call about the recent financial results, Enrique Lores shared the intention around AI PCs. These PCs have the right computing power to accelerate the use and development of AI models. ... Read more
Three EU economic powers do not want strict AI legislation
The three largest economic powers within the European Union have agreed on how AI should be regulated. The vision is less strict than the initial versions of the upcoming EU AI Act, which is a clear signal from the three countries to the EU.
France, Germany and Italy have aligned visions for up... Read more
Workday opts for business-safe AI: transparent and users have full control
Workday has integrated AI into the centre of its platform. In this way, the company thinks it is future-proof. In 2023, investments in AI are, however, no longer a distinguishing factor for an IT company. Workday is, therefore, trying to differentiate itself further by emphasizing business-safe AI ... Read more