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AITech365’s Weekly Roundup: Discover the Most Recent News From Accenture, Netradyne, Microsoft, Neo4j!

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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…

Neo4j Announces Collaboration with Microsoft to Advance GenAI and Data Solutions

Neo4j®, a Graph Database and Analytics leader, announced a collaboration with Microsoft to deliver a unified data offering that addresses customers’ critical data needs for Generative AI (GenAI). Specifically, the collaboration will see Neo4j’s powerful graph capabilities natively integrated into Microsoft Fabric and Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service to seamlessly combine structured and unstructured data, and enable customers to uncover hidden patterns and relationships within their data for better insights and decision-making, all as part of a comprehensive solution.

In Cybersecurity news this week…

Approov, PreEmptive Partner For Comprehensive, Effective Mobile Security – Regardless of App Store – to Protect Mobile Ecosystem As EU DMA Takes Effect

Approov, a leader in mobile application and API security, and PreEmptive, a pioneering force in application security, joined forces to provide comprehensive mobile application protection as the EU Digital Markets Act takes effect. The joint solution addresses the main challenges for mobile app security: protecting intellectual property and app shielding, as well as runtime threats to apps and the need for app attestation.

In IT and DevOps news this week…

Evinced Proposes Mobile Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0

Evinced, the leading software company powering accessible web and mobile development, announced its first draft of Mobile Content Accessibility Guidelines (MCAG) in order to accelerate development of a national accessibility standard for mobile apps.

In Computing news this week…

Netradyne Introduces GreenZone Score Enhancement to Boost Driver Advocacy and Safety

Netradyne, an industry-leading SaaS provider of artificial intelligence (AI), edge computing, and full-service telematics provider focused on safety and driver coaching for commercial fleets, announced the expanded rollout of new patented DriverStars called Driver Streaks and Driver Dispute to seamlessly enhance and habitualize safe driving skills by focusing on positive reinforcement.

In Robotic Process Automation news this week…

Accenture Invests in Sanctuary AI to Bring AI-Powered, Humanoid Robotics to Work Alongside Humans

Accenture has made a strategic investment, through Accenture Ventures, in Sanctuary AI, a developer of humanoid general-purpose robots that are powered by AI and can perform a wide variety of work tasks quickly, safely and effectively.’

In Natural Language Processing news this week…

IgniteTech Reinvents the Digital Workspace with AI-Powered Jive Personas, Unveiled at ImagineAI Live

IgniteTech, the AI Enterprise Software Company, announced the launch of Jive Personas. This pioneering new feature utilizes the power of Generative AI to create role-specific knowledge based personas, delivering information in the form of lifelike digital assistants within its Jive software solution. Jive is an Employee Experience Platform deployed globally across multiple industries and government organizations, empowering the ability to share knowledge, connect people, and drive engagement. IgniteTech’s CEO, Eric Vaughan unveiled Jive Personas during his main stage session at the inaugural ImagineAI Live conference, dubbed the “Woodstock of Enterprise AI.”

In Cloud news this week…

Skyflow Raises $30 Million led by Khosla Ventures for Data Privacy in AI and Global Data Residency

Skyflow, the data privacy vault company, has raised $30 million to extend its Series B funding. Khosla Ventures led the round, joined by prior investors Mouro Capital, Foundation Capital and Canvas Ventures. The investment follows revenue growth of more than 210% and quick adoption in the emerging market of sensitive data protection for Large Language Models (LLMs).

In Healthcare news this week…

Weave Now Integrates With Athenahealth

Weave, a leading all-in-one experience platform for small and medium-sized healthcare businesses, announced an integration with Athenahealth, a leading provider of network-enabled software and services for medical groups and health systems nationwide. This integration allows healthcare providers to better manage their business through automation and optimization of tasks by unlocking the following Weave features:

In Generative AI news this week…

StartupOS Unveils First Generative AI-Powered Chatbot for Scaling Early-Stage Startups

StartupOS, a leader in StartupTech, unveiled Bolt Startup AI, the industry’s first generative AI-powered chatbot that helps founders use natural language to build, enhance, and scale their startup. The new tool also enables enterprise, private equity (PE), and venture capital (VC) firms to identify and analyze emerging startups.

In Machine Learning news this week…

Hume AI Announces $50 Million Fundraise and Empathic Voice Interface

Hume AI, a startup and research lab building artificial intelligence optimized for human well-being, announced it has raised a $50M Series B. The round, led by EQT Ventures, will support the debut and continued development of Hume’s new flagship product: an emotionally intelligent voice interface that can be built into any application. Union Square Ventures, Nat Friedman & Daniel Gross, Metaplanet, Northwell Holdings, Comcast Ventures, and LG Technology Ventures also participated in the round.

Insight of the Week

What is RPA in Customer Service? Benefits & Use Cases IncludedRobotic Process AutomationCustomers in today’s world don’t want to spend one minute waiting for companies. According to studies, about 68% of customers willingly pay more for services or products that offer good customer experiences (CX). This makes sense because who wants to listen to pre-recorded messages or to businesses that offer bad CX? But then, what can companies do to bridge this gap without burning resources?


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