Today’s Daily AI Roundup covers the latest Artificial Intelligence announcements on AI capabilities, AI mobility products, Robotic Service, Technology from Cisco, OKEx, AI in Advancement Advisory Council, Comscore and 6sense.
Cisco, the leader in enterprise security, unveiled a radical simplification in the way customers experience Cisco Security’s portfolio and addresses complexity —one of the top pain points for CISOs. Building on a decade of significant investment in innovation, partnerships, acquisitions, customer research and open-source standards, Cisco is now offering customers the broadest, most integrated cloud-native security platform in the industry, Cisco SecureX.
Passive Crypto Income Can Benefit Billions of People, OKEx Executive Says at Blockchain Economy 2020, Turkey
OKEx, the world’s largest cryptocurrency spot and derivatives exchange, attended the Blockchain Economy, the most-anticipated blockchain summit in MENA and Eurasia last week in Istanbul. Lennix Lai, Financial Markets Director of OKEx delivered his thought about passive income exclusively in crypto market at the event last Friday (21 Feb 2020).
The AI in Advancement Advisory Council (AAAC), a first-of-its-kind organization committed to open discussion and evaluation about where Artificial Intelligence (AI) can and should have an impact on advancement, announced its second cohort, adding eleven new members to the Council.
Comscore, Inc., a trusted partner for planning, transacting and evaluating media across platforms, announced that it has signed a renewal agreement to provide BuzzFeed with digital audience measurement.
6sense, the leading Account Engagement Platform, announced the beta release of Next Best Actions, an advanced capability that uses AI to present business development representatives (BDRs) with a prioritized list of recommended actions to engage the buying team within a target account.
Cisco announced advancements to its IoT portfolio that enable service provider partners to offer optimized management of cellular IoT environments and new 5G use-cases. New wireless technologies – such as 5G, Wi-Fi 6 – will lead to more devices and new advanced Industrial IoT (IIoT) use cases and will give service providers the tools to create competitive cellular IoT offerings for their customers.
Dun & Bradstreet, a leading global provider of business decisioning data and analytics, announced the availability of D&B Buyer Intent, which enables B2B marketing and sales teams to unmask early-stage buying signals from companies who are in market to buy.