In this TechFocus Member Spotlight, Calline Sanchez, Vice President of IBM Global TSS Service Planning and Premium Support and Tucson Site Leader, discusses IBM’s focus on cloud storage and augmented intelligence, the expansion of internship and training programs, and how IBM is using technology to implement its COVID-19 response.
Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have opened the door for an unprecedented number of uses for unmanned autonomous vehicles (UAVs). Groups of drones now can work together in networks for purposes such as traffic control, smart agriculture, surveillance and security systems, law enforcement, public safety and much more.
Tech-giant Intel announced it will acquire SigOpt, a San Francisco-based provider of a leading platform for the optimization of artificial intelligence (AI) software models at scale. SigOpt’s AI software technologies deliver productivity and performance gains across hardware and software parameters, use cases and workloads in deep learning, machine learning and data analytics. Intel plans to use SigOpt’s software technologies across Intel’s AI hardware products to help accelerate, amplify and scale Intel’s AI software solution offerings to developers.
Disruptive technologies are emerging rapidly, and organizations across all industry sectors must adapt in order to thrive in a digital world. In this engaging and informative session, a distinguished group of tech experts from Thin Client Computing, ALLATA and Expedient shed light on what makes applications cloud-native versus ground-native and how understanding the difference can not only help you survive tech disruption, but also streamline and accelerate your cloud strategy. Moderated by Expedient Market Vice President Heidi Altree, was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.
Digital Air Strike, the leading consumer engagement technology company, is recognized once again for its social media and reputation management technology and services, as well as digital marketing, winning three 2020 Dealers’ Choice Awards from Auto Dealer Today Magazine.
AI has tremendous potential to transform health care and create a better experience for both patients and health care providers. For patients, they gain a more personalized experience with their care provider. For physicians, they can lower costs, increase efficiency, increase revenue and ultimately provide better care to their patients.
Artificial intelligence, machine learning and other emerging technologies are changing the way we work, play, live and interact. Organizations around the world are embarking on a revolutionary and transformational journey to incorporate these technologies into their business operations. A dynamic group of tech leaders from MST Solutions, InVision, Botco.ai and Washington University in St. Louis discussed how to successfully prepare for this transformational journey, how to establish a solid foundation, as well as strategies and best practices to leverage these advanced technologies for greater business success. Moderated by Minky Kernacs, the founder and CEO of Mediato Technologies and Mercurio Analytics, it was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.
The program enables students to develop traditional skills such as data collection, AI model training, coding, and exploring the societal impact of AI technology. Top employers requesting these skills include Intel, IBM, Wells Fargo, Deloitte, American Express, and others.
The future of health care is transforming in front of our very eyes with advances in digital health-care technologies such as artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, machine learning, 3D printing, robotics and nanotechnology. The Arizona Technology Council’s 2020 MedTech Conference covered these topics and more, as well as delivered a great lineup of speakers, panels and forward-thinking content.
The Arizona Technology Council’s June 2020 MedTech Roundtable event featured a distinguished panel of experts from AdviNOW Medical, Mediato Technologies and Observe.AI who shared their insight and expertise on how artificial intelligence, one of the world’s highest-growth industries, is revolutionizing modern medicine and patient care. Moderated by Ellen Owens-Karcsay, principal and founder of Karcsay Consulting Group and the MedTech Committee chair, it was a fantastic discussion and well worth a listen.