Enable Injections looks to reinvent medicine injections, scale
Enable Injections is a startup that can aid hospitals, physicians, and patients by ensuring more convenient medicine injections in home with more compliance. Enable Injections bet on SAP for future proofing as it grows.
Deploying ML, from the Blackjack table to the factory floor
Laith Al-Saadoon of AWS built a Blackjack AI/ML demo for the re:Invent Builders Fair to give organizations a sense of how they can build their own ML models, take them to the edge and put them into production.
The three trends impacting cloud adoption
Jaspreet Singh, founder and CEO of Druva, explains the forces behind current cloud strategies — and which ones took center stage at the 2019 AWS re:Invent conference.
How to be an effective mentor
Tonya Hall speaks with Wendy Lea, board member at Louisville entrepreneurship acceleration partnership and mentor at Techstars, to learn more about the best practices mentors should do in order to benefit their mentee in the best possible manner.
With data analytics, Avis is rethinking the car rental business
Now that it’s collecting data from its massive fleet of cars, Avis Budget Group is reducing costs, making customers happier and working with new partners like smart cities and ride hailing firms, VP Chris Cerruto explains.
Cerner moves data to the cloud to solve problems like physician burnout
Eric Geis, VP of clinical product development at Cerner, talks about the opportunities and challenges for the health IT giant as it adopts new cloud-based technologies.
12 tech gifts for Christmas: Something for everyone
Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani cover their top tech gift recommendations this holiday season in this week’s episode of Jason Squared. Read more: https://zd.net/2OV0Xu0
How AR and VR will change your job forever
A new report shows that the technologies will see wider adoption in the next few years, and this deployment could change processes and operations in many different fields.
Intel had one craptacular week
Qualcomm plans to take on Intel in laptops as well as IoT devices and other areas. AWS cooks up its own Arm processors for its cloud instances with better price and performance than current Intel-based instances. Read more: https://zd.net/2LGCirt
AWS targets Australia with new renewable energy project down under
The cloud giant has added a total of six new renewable energy projects, with the Aussie one bring its first outside of the US or Europe.