Artificial intelligence startups attract tech giants

Artificial intelligence startups

Given the competition in tech and the maturity of the market, artificial intelligence is finally coming out of the shadows. If AI is driven by investments from tech giants, it’s also driven by very young organisations. Startups have carved themselves out a niche on this new market, and it’s not causing friction with the bigger companies. On the contrary, the number of merger/acquisitions, such as fund raising rounds, are on the up. Scroll down for a detailed account of this growing market.  Continue reading

How HR can include AI in their business strategy

Consulting agency, Gartner, has published a threatening report: by 2020, Artificial intelligence could replace skilled professionals in the fields of medicine, law or IT. But this technology won’t only be useful for repetitive or time consuming tasks, it will also have its uses in skilled professions where the added value usually lies within human intelligence. Continue reading

The Pros and Cons of the Multi-Cloud Trend for Businesses

A growing number of enterprises are choosing to migrate their information and applications onto the cloud. Whether they opt for a “lift and shift” or “re-platforming” approach, business adoption of the cloud is moving faster and wider than ever.

Businesses have quickly discovered that relying on a single cloud solution might not be sufficient to meet their future needs. In 2018, their strategy will be more focused on following a cloud-based model. Gartner foresees that by 2019, the multi-cloud approach will become the norm for 70% of businesses in contrast to 10% today. Continue reading

[INFOGRAPHIC] New ways of working: towards a major transformation of the banking sector

Intensified competition (the rise in online banking, fintech, regtech, etc.), the arrival of millennials on the labour market as well as changes in customer bases are making the French banking sector far more complex and driving traditional banks to undergo major transformations.

For the past few months, these organisations have been shaking things up and embarking on New Ways of Working: the change has begun. Continue reading