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  • Unlocking secure, private AI with confidential computing
    by MIT Technology Review Insights on 12.7.2024 at 19:25

    All of a sudden, it seems that AI is everywhere, from executive assistant chatbots to AI code assistants. But despite the proliferation of AI in the zeitgeist, many organizations are proceeding with caution. This is due to the perception of the security quagmires AI presents. For the emerging technology to reach its full potential, data…

  • AI can make you more creative—but it has limits
    by Rhiannon Williams on 12.7.2024 at 18:00

    Generative AI models have made it simpler and quicker to produce everything from text passages and images to video clips and audio tracks. Texts and media that might have taken years for humans to create can now be generated in seconds. But while AI’s output can certainly seem creative, do these models actually boost human…

  • The Download: robot-packed meals, and the looming fertility crisis
    by Rhiannon Williams on 12.7.2024 at 12:10

    This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Robot-packed meals are coming to the frozen-food aisle What’s happening: Advances in artificial intelligence are coming to your freezer, in the form of robot-assembled prepared meals. Chef Robotics, a San Francisco-based startup, has…

  • IVF alone can’t save us from a looming fertility crisis
    by Jessica Hamzelou on 12.7.2024 at 09:00

    This article first appeared in The Checkup, MIT Technology Review’s weekly biotech newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every Thursday, and read articles like this first, sign up here.  I’ve just learned that July 11 is World Population Day. There are over 8 billion of us on the planet, and there’ll probably be 8.5 billion of us…

  • Robot-packed meals are coming to the frozen-food aisle
    by James O’Donnell on 11.7.2024 at 16:00

    Advances in artificial intelligence are coming to your freezer, in the form of robot-assembled prepared meals.  Chef Robotics, a San Francisco–based startup, has launched a system of AI-powered robotic arms that can be quickly programmed with a recipe to dole out accurate portions of everything from tikka masala to pesto tortellini. After experiments with leading…

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  • SAP ERP Cloud Enables SKF’s Transition to the Future
    by Leah Alibangbang on 11.7.2024 at 13:57

    In a strategic move to enhance its global operations, SKF has selected the SAP ERP cloud solution, RISE with SAP, to modernize its IT infrastructure and integrate cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). The transition to the SAP ERP cloud signifies SKF’s commitment to operational efficiency and adaptability in a The post SAP ERP Cloud Enables SKF’s Transition to the Future appeared first on InsideSAP.

  • SAP Security Patches for July 2024 Include High-Priority Fixes
    by Leah Alibangbang on 10.7.2024 at 13:58

    SAP security patches have been released for July 2024, bringing essential updates and fixes to various SAP solutions. In July, SAP released eighteen new and updated security patches, including two high-priority notes. Thomas Fritsch, Manager of Content and Technical Research at Onapsis, emphasizes the importance of addressing these vulnerabilities promptly to ensure system security and The post SAP Security Patches for July 2024 Include High-Priority Fixes appeared first on InsideSAP.

  • Datricks Integrates with SAP Signavio Solutions
    by Leah Alibangbang on 9.7.2024 at 04:40

    The recent partnership expansion between Datricks and SAP, featuring the integration of SAP Signavio solutions, aims to revolutionize proactive risk management for organizations. SAP Signavio solutions represent a suite of tools focused on business process transformation. Initially developed by Signavio GmbH, which SAP acquired, these solutions facilitate comprehensive business process management and analysis. By integrating The post Datricks Integrates with SAP Signavio Solutions appeared first on InsideSAP.

  • ElringKlinger Implements SAP Cloud-Based ERP Solutions
    by Leah Alibangbang on 5.7.2024 at 13:53

    ElringKlinger AG, a leading global automotive supplier, has partnered with SAP to migrate its corporate IT systems to the cloud, utilizing SAP cloud-based ERP solutions to bolster its competitive edge in the dynamic automotive industry. ElringKlinger’s extensive product portfolio features innovative solutions for a range of vehicles, including those with electric motors, hybrid technology, and The post ElringKlinger Implements SAP Cloud-Based ERP Solutions appeared first on InsideSAP.

  • SAP Open Source Manifesto Boosts Collaboration
    by Leah Alibangbang on 4.7.2024 at 13:39

    The German enterprise software giant has published the new SAP open source manifesto, highlighting its commitment to open source principles and community engagement. The manifesto solidifies the company’s role as a major contributor to the open source community, currently ranking among the top ten commercial contributors globally on GitHub within the OSCI. According to Juergen The post SAP Open Source Manifesto Boosts Collaboration appeared first on InsideSAP.

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