In recent years, the rise of Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) has paved the way for groundbreaking applications across industries. Among the frontrunners in this domain is Amazon Web Services (AWS), which recently unveiled a suite of innovative Generative AI offerings aimed at bolstering the creation of new AI applications, and thereby, transforming businesses irrespective of their size.
“Data is one of our most valuable possessions and people should treat protecting it much more seriously than they do right now. And companies who do not take it seriously must start honestly admitting what they do with the data they collect,” said the CEO of ADM Cloudtech, Klemens Arro.
ADM accepted TalTech’s challenge to have their whole organisation do an online course about AI (artificial intelligence), which was created to help raise society’s general awareness on the topic of AI.
BSH´s Northern European Customer Services organization won the BSH Global Customer Service Best Practice Award 2019. With regards to that, ADM was recognised for the new solution they created, which will be enhancing the current Bosch Home Appliances Customer Service booking environment. The new solution was tested successfully in Northern Europe and will be implemented globally.
Last week, Amazon announced that its machine learning service Amazon Personalize, which is focused on helping developers create individualised recommendations on their platform for their users, has now become generally available – although initially in certain regions only. This is a huge opportunity for companies who wish to bring a more personalised approach to one or more parts of their business, which according to research, is definitely something that companies should be focusing on more as they look towards the future.
As one of those modern cliché sayings goes, data is the oil of today’s world. But that does not just mean the earning potential found in data. Above all, it means understanding the fact that just like unprocessed crude oil is relatively useless, so is unanalysed data.That is why a lot of SMEs have huge amounts of data stored in various systems or outdated data warehouses.
At the end of last month at the re:Invent 2018 cloud technology conference, Amazon announced new AWS services which will change the current understanding of the world of hosting. Klemens Arro, the head of ADM Hosting, Amazon’s only consultation partner status firm in Estonia, summarizes what the hosting giant will soon be offering its clients.
As the cloud is a basic component of the Internet of Things (IoT) and it will be increasingly developed by artificial intelligence, the IoT will become more and more intelligent, ultimately changing into the IoE or Internet of Everything, writes ADM Hosting Managing Partner Klemens Arro.