Today’s Daily AI Roundup covers the latest Artificial Intelligence announcements on AI capabilities, AI mobility products, Robotic Service, Technology from Brainshark, Accenture, BlackBerry Limited, Alibaba Cloud and AppsFlyer.
Brainshark and TopOPPS Form Partnership to Combine Sales Readiness with AI-Driven Sales Pipeline and Forecast Management
Brainshark, Inc., the industry’s only data-driven sales readiness platform, and TopOPPS, a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI)-based sales pipeline management and forecast predictability solutions, announced they have formed a strategic partnership.
Accenture has opened a global innovation center for situational awareness in Singapore to help public safety organizations in Asia Pacific and around the world develop solutions to anticipate and respond to threat and risk to their citizens, whilst maintaining their trust and confidence.
BlackBerry Cylance Integrates with SafeBreach to Deliver Automated Enterprise Endpoint Security Validation
BlackBerry Limited announced an integration with SafeBreach to help organizations improve their overall security posture with continuous enterprise endpoint security validation. The joint solution is now available to automate the identification of security gaps and prioritize security configuration changes based on potential business impact.
Alibaba Cloud Named First Public Cloud Vendor in the World to Obtain Trusted Partner Network Certification
Alibaba Cloud, the data intelligence backbone of Alibaba Group, has announced that it is the first public cloud vendor in the world to obtain the prestigious Trusted Partner Network (TPN) certification, an achievement that validates the entertainment industry’s confidence in its robust security and trustworthiness as a cloud service provider.
AppsFlyer, the global attribution leader, announced a $210 million Series D funding round led by General Atlantic, a leading global growth equity firm based in New York. Alex Crisses, Managing Director at General Atlantic, and Anton Levy, Co-President and Global Head of Technology, have joined AppsFlyer’s Board of Directors.