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Here is AITech365’s Weekly Roundup of the top news from global markets. In this fast-paced world, breaking down information helps readers grasp the nuances that follow the news.

In Analytics news this week…

Quantexa Announces Partnership with Databricks to Help Customers Rapidly Scale Data and AI Initiatives

Quantexa, the global leader in Decision Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors announced that it is partnering with Databricks, the data and artificial intelligence (AI) company, to enable customers to deploy its Decision Intelligence Platform and Data Management, Customer Intelligence, Risk Management, KYC, and Fraud solutions into their Databricks environment.

In Cybersecurity news this week…

Claroty Redefines Cyber-Physical Systems Protection with Industry’s Most Comprehensive, Unified Platform

Claroty, the cyber-physical systems (CPS) protection company, announced the next evolution of The Claroty Platform, leveraging Claroty’s unrivaled industry expertise to deliver the deepest asset visibility and broadest solution set in the market today. With the flexibility to be deployed in the cloud with Claroty xDome® or on-premise with Claroty Continuous Threat Detection (CTD), the platform’s dynamic approach to CPS protection empowers organizations to reduce cyber risks associated with increased connectivity, with the fastest time to value and lower total cost of ownership.

In IT and DevOps news this week…

Writer Launches First-Ever Collaborative AI Studio to Empower Technical and Non-technical Users to Build AI Apps and Workflows for the Enterprise

Writer, the full-stack generative AI platform for enterprises, announced Writer AI Studio, a suite of new development tools that make it fast and easy for business users and developers to reinvent workflows with generative AI. Now live for all Writer customers, AI Studio solves a critical and previously unsolved problem holding back generative AI: how to bring in the business users who have the data, know-how and context to collaborate with AI engineers on the “last mile” of AI application development.

In Computing news this week…

VAST Data Selected as First Data Platform for Cisco Nexus HyperFabric, a Generative AI Solution Developed in Collaboration with NVIDIA

VAST Data, the AI data platform company, at Cisco Live 2024, announced it is collaborating with Cisco, the leader in enterprise networking and security, and NVIDIA on a solution to offer enterprises simple, ​​high performance AI infrastructure coupled with an Ethernet-based AI fabric to handle large volumes of data at exabyte scale.

In Robotic Process Automation news this week…

Locus Robotics Named 2024 Fortress Cybersecurity Award Winner By Business Intelligence Group

Locus Robotics, the market leader in autonomous mobile robots for fulfillment warehouses, has been honored with the 2024 Fortress Cybersecurity Award in the Compliance category by the Business Intelligence Group. This coveted accolade underscores Locus Robotics’ steadfast commitment to adhering to the highest cybersecurity standards and fostering a culture of robust data protection.

In Cloud news this week…

Persistent Launches GenAI Hub to Bring Businesses into a New Era of AI Adoption

Persistent Systems, a global leader in digital engineering and business modernization, announced the launch of GenAI Hub , an innovative platform designed to accelerate the creation and deployment of generative AI (GenAI) applications within enterprises. This platform seamlessly integrates with an organization’s existing infrastructure, applications, and data, enabling the rapid development of tailored, industry-specific generative AI solutions. The GenAI Hub supports the adoption of generative AI across different large language models (LLMs) and clouds, without vendor lock-in.

In Healthcare news this week…

Sware Raises $6M to Accelerate Life Sciences Innovation by Automating FDA-Mandated Software Validation

Sware, provider of the most complete software validation solution for innovative life sciences companies, announced that it raised $6 million in Series B funding, bringing its total raised since inception to $26 million. The round was led by First Analysis, which joins a syndicate of existing investors that includes LRVHealth, New Stack Ventures and Insight Partners.

In Generative AI news this week…

Airbyte Enables Snowflake Users to Build GenAI without Coding

Airbyte, creators of the leading open-source data movement infrastructure, announced the launch of its Snowflake Cortex destination, a new data connector that is the first for Snowflake users who are interested in building Generative AI (GenAI) capabilities directly within their existing Snowflake accounts.

In Machine Learning news this week…

Tines Unveils AI-Enhanced Workflow Automation Capabilities

Tines, the trusted leader in smart, secure workflows, announced the general availability of its first native AI features: Automatic Mode and AI Action. Customers are already experiencing a significant impact from these two new AI capabilities within the Tines platform by leveraging Large Language Models (LLMs) in a trustworthy way to drive operational excellence.

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10 Examples of AI as a Service (AIaaS) You Need to KnowAI as a Service

In 1956, when John McCarthy coined the term “artificial intelligence,” aka AI, he barely knew how widespread and appreciated it would be. Fast forward to the 21st century, and AI software and tools are everywhere. (No, ChatGPT didn’t write this.) Now, companies betting on artificial intelligence and using them for various business operations. Over 250 million companies use AI in some form.

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