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Due to the success of ChatGPT and the media coverage it’s received, AI is currently receiving a lot of attention. This is starting to generate a tsunami of new AI solutions and apps which are flooding the CX and digital marketplace. But how many of these solutions and applications will truly provide value versus how many are just riding the wave of hype surrounding Generative AI?
Low-code rose up. Throughout the last decade, the software industry has witnessed the hugely impactful growth of low-code technologies designed to provide software application development engineers with accelerators and automations to make their lives easier.
To the layman, coding is like an assembly line. Rows of programmers (reinforced by movies that depict rows of programmers’ desks) make up the vision.
The vast majority (86%) of Australian business and IT decision makers believe data bias will become a bigger concern as Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning use increases (higher than the 78% respondents globally), yet over one-third (34%) have not looked at technology and tools to help in tackling data bias, according to a new survey from application development and infrastructure software provider, Progress.
In 2022, India made history by surpassing the United Kingdom and claiming its spot as the fifth-largest economy in the world. With continued investment in infrastructure, an increase in the ease of doing business, a favourable demographic and a move to a digital economy, the Indian financial services industry is evolving at an accelerated pace. Advances in technology have enabled consumers across the country to have greater access to financial services.
CXOToday has engaged in an exclusive interview with Ms. Dalia Hamzeh, Security Strategy and Transformation Manager, Progress.
Cybercriminals are primarily hunting for sensitive data and the healthcare industry is the second most likely sector in the UK to hold personal data about customers, according to the Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2022. While healthcare organizations are embracing digitalization and developing advanced and complex tech stacks, they will need parallel and adequate cybersecurity defenses.
Research suggests that up to 15–20% of the U.S. population is neurodivergent. There has been a slow but vitally important rise in companies embracing neurodiversity. How can companies support neurodiversity in the workplace? What are some benefits of including neurodiverse employees? To address these questions, we are talking to successful business leaders who can share stories and insights from their experience about “Neurodiversity in the Workforce: Companies Including Neurodiverse Employees”. As a part of this series, we had the pleasure of interviewing Shirley Knowles, Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer, Progress Software.
Progress, a trusted provider of application development and infrastructure software, has announced the results of its global survey, Data Bias: The Hidden Risk of AI.
While appreciation that algorithms and machine-learning programs are not immune to bias is increasingly mainstream, ongoing plans to correct for bias in said programs among businesses that use them are not.
That’s the conclusion of a recent study commissioned by Progress Software Corp., a business software provider, on business leaders’ awareness of data bias. Conducted by independent research firm Insight Avenue, the study was based on 640 interviews with IT professionals in 12 countries, including the United States.
As inclusion & diversity (I&D) has risen to the forefront of global corporate agendas, we are seeing an increasing trend to hire Chief Inclusion and Diversity Officers (CIDOs). In fact, Glassdoor reveals that D&I executive and leadership roles have increased 2.6 times over the levels recorded in June 2020.
With spiralling amounts of sensitive data travelling between employees, companies and third-parties, business continuity depends entirely on the safe and secure transfer of electronic files. As Gartner predicts that cyberattacks relating to third parties will increase in 2023 and beyond, it's now a boardroom priority to minimize the risk of a data leak.
Personalization is everything in today’s digital age, with most consumers expecting to be addressed individually throughout each interaction and experience. Retailers are turning to technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze their customer data and better understand consumers’ habits, preferences and individual expectations.
Asa part of our series about “Lessons From Inspirational Women in STEM and Tech”, we had the pleasure of interviewing Mariam Tariq.
Mariam Tariq is Senior Vice President of Product and Marketing, Digital Experience at Progress.
Progress has announced the results of its global survey, Data Bias: The Hidden Risk of AI. Conducted by independent research firm, Insight Avenue, the Progress global survey is based on interviews with more than 640 business and IT professionals, director level and above, who use data to make decisions and are using or plan to use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to support their decision-making.
Despite potential legal and financial pitfalls associated with data bias, there is a lack of understanding around the training, processes and technology needed to tackle it successfully, reveals Progress survey.
By leveraging the benefits of ChatGPT4, businesses can gain a competitive edge and raise their revenue. But to answer the questions like how businesses can deploy ChatGPT4 to maximize their potential we invited Lilia Messechkova, Senior Vice President of Engineering at Progress.
A new survey has found that senior business and IT professionals in Australia are more likely than their international peers to think data bias will become a bigger concern as the use of AI and machine learning increases.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is smart, the clue really is in the name. As we build out our global approach to implementing AI and now also dovetail existing advancements with the new era of generative AI for human-like chat and text experiences, AI is getting smarter all the time.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the business landscape, enabling companies to enhance their customer service and streamline internal processes. As the use of AI becomes more prevalent, it is crucial to understand the impact it is having on the industry, and how developers and end-users can benefit. In this interview, we speak with Sara Faatz, Director of Technology Community Relations at Progress, who has over 20 years of experience in leading corporate and product marketing and community building for organisations targeting developers.