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IBM announced new capabilities for IBM Watson designed to help businesses build trustworthy AI. These capabilities further expand Watson tools designed to help businesses govern and explain AI-led decisions, increase insight accuracy, mitigate risks and meet their privacy and compliance requirements.
Oracle is making its trusted GoldenGate technology available as a highly automated, fully-managed cloud service that customers can use to help ensure that their valuable data is always available anywhere they need it and analyzable in real-time.
EY announces the launch of its IBM TechHub@EY, a global, decentralized network of EY practitioners dedicated to developing EY solutions and platforms supported by IBM’s open hybrid cloud platform, artificial intelligence (AI) and other transformative technologies, as well as providing technology architecture support and skills enablement across the EY organization.
Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration and data integrity, announced native integration of Stitch with Amazon Redshift Console, a user interface that simplifies management and improves insights into Amazon Redshift clusters and workloads. This integration enables Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers to rapidly integrate multiple data sources into a fully managed secure platform and immediately deliver analytics across a business.
DataRobot, the leader in enterprise AI, announced it has named Haniyeh Mahmoudian, Ph.D., as its new Global AI Ethicist, a role created to further the company’s mission to build and deliver trustworthy and ethical AI systems.
Cisco AppDynamics, the industry leading Business Observability platform, announced the expansion of its Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) offering through five strategic new locations, enabling fast, secure and reliable access to the AppDynamics Business Observability platform. Built on Amazon Web Services (AWS), new locations in Cape Town (South Africa), Hong Kong (China), London (England), São Paulo (Brazil) and Singapore will provide regional customers and partners with access to full-stack observability solutions that are secure, scalable and adhere to their local data residency regulations, enabling companies to deliver a superior digital experience.