Today’s Daily AI Roundup covers the latest Artificial Intelligence announcements on AI capabilities, AI mobility products, Robotic Service, Technology from Merkle, Genesys, OneLogin, Dun & Bradstreet, Valassis, BlackBerry, Exigent and Palo Alto Networks.
COVID-19 is now a pandemic. Major stock markets have nose-dived to alarming levels in the last one week or so amidst the growing COVID-19 scare.
Merkle, a leading technology-enabled, data-driven performance marketing agency has announced the appointment of Bill Sayre to CEO of Merkle Response Management Group (RMG), a best-in-class processing, data, and technology provider focusing on the nonprofit, government, and commercial sectors.
OneLogin announced it will be offering the OneLogin Trusted Experience Platform for free to educators who are moving to a virtual learning environment in light of health concerns. The free platform, consisting of single sign-on (SSO), multi-factor authentication (MFA), and certificate-based authentication, will deliver secure virtual experiences for all educators K-12, colleges, and universities. To learn more about this offer see OneLogin’s virtual learning page.
Dun & Bradstreet Completes The Purchase Of coAction.com Assets To Create An End-To-End Receivables Management Platform
Dun & Bradstreet, a leading global provider of business decisioning data and analytics, announced that it purchased the assets of coAction.com LLC, a provider of revenue cycle management software. The acquisition positions Dun & Bradstreet to provide a complete credit-to-cash solution and underscores its efforts to identify new areas in which its category-defining commercial credit data and analytics provide greater value to clients seeking to streamline and automate financial transaction processes.
AI Authority Neil Sahota Calls for Creation of a New Ecosystem of Experts to Find Solution to Fight Coronavirus
Neil Sahota, a leading artificial intelligence (AI) expert, called for creation of a new ecosystem to encourage partnerships that could provide a solution to the coronavirus and possibly future pandemic diseases.
BlackBerry Limited announced that the German Development Agency, Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH, has chosen BlackBerry AtHoc as its emergency mass notification system.
Valassis, the leader in marketing technology and consumer engagement, announced a new Connected TV (CTV) solution to help brands engage the modern streaming TV audience by interests, in-market signals and location. With Valassis CTV, brands are able to uniquely serve and measure their ads to drive the ideal consumer to the nearest store.
Building on their existing alliance, Deloitte and Vlocity, Inc. announced that together they will apply the strength of their portfolios to accelerate 5G adoption and digital transformation for the Media & Entertainment industry. Vlocity, a leading provider of industry-specific cloud software, will deliver cloud and mobile software that enables the potential of global 5G networks, in collaboration with Deloitte’s end-to-end cloud and digital transformation services.
Exigent, has released the latest update to its Contract Management Solution to include AI-based auto-extraction and contextual search for increased speed to data, accuracy and business impact. Exigent’s AI auto-extraction tool, Scarlett, is powered by a machine learning engine set up and trained by legal professionals, financial experts, and data scientists, creating faster and more accurate outcomes.