Daily AI Roundup: The 5 Coolest Things On Earth Today
AI Daily Roundup starts today! We are covering the top updates from around the world. The updates will feature state-of-the-art capabilities in artificial intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotic Process Automation, Fintech, and human-system interactions. We will cover the role of AI Daily Roundup and its application in various industries and daily lives.
CTO.ai, a provider of developer workflow and automation tools, announced the launch of its serverless Kubernetes platform that makes it easy for developers to deploy and manage their cloud native applications. This powerful, yet easy-to-use, platform makes product delivery teams more efficient and eliminates the complexity experienced by developers when applications are deployed on top of a self-managed Kubernetes cluster. The CTO.ai platform was created to address the estimated $300 billion* lost in developer productivity every year, much of which comes from complex modern cloud tooling.
Kingswood U.S., a network of wealth management firms that oversees more than $2.1 billion in client assets, announced the launch of its enhanced retail alternative investments platform. The new platform is part of the firm’s broader strategy for investing in cutting-edge resources that elevate the financial advisor service experience, while enabling its advisors to seamlessly deliver the widest possible array of institutional-quality investment solutions that align with their clients’ needs and goals. The fully digitized platform is powered by fintech leader WealthForge’s industry-leading alternative investments subscription solution, Altigo.
Reltio, an award-winning provider of the only cloud-native master data management SaaS platform used by companies worldwide to succeed in the digital economy, announced the introduction of Reltio Enterprise 360 Site Intelligence, a new cloud service that enables Pharmaceutical Research & Development Teams and Contract Research Organizations (CRO) to centralize detailed data about study sites and Principal Investigators (PI).
ServiceNow, the leading digital workflow company making work, work better for people, announced it has signed an agreement to acquire Intellibot, a robotic process automation (RPA) company based in Hyderabad, India. Intellibot extends ServiceNow’s core workflow capabilities by helping customers automate repetitive tasks for intelligent, end-to-end automation. ServiceNow intends to build Intellibot’s capabilities natively into the Now Platform to enable customers to more easily integrate with both modern and legacy systems to drive productivity and strengthen existing artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) efforts.
Leading enterprise automation software company, UiPath, announced it has acquired Cloud Elements, a pioneering API integration platform. With this acquisition, UiPath continues to lead innovation in the automation market, this time believed to be the first provider to offer enterprise-grade user interface (UI) and API-based automation capabilities in a single platform. This means UiPath customers have flexibility to automate processes using an optimal mix of UI and API-based automation.