To prepare data for AI, a cleanup is often required. AI can help with that.
Successful AI is closely tied to having access to relevant, high-quality data. However, Director of Data and Analytics at Computas, Anders Elton, suggests that there is hope for those who have unstructured data they cannot leverage. Perhaps AI can be the solution to refine inaccessible data for your business?
Google Cloud Next in San Francisco: - Barely scratching the surface of what AI will mean
"I had the same feeling as when the first iPhone came out and the first Tesla. This is a game changer. Generative AI permeated everything. But how revolutionary it will be, we won't know until we look back in five years," says Morten Forfang, Chief Technology Officer at Computas, summarizing his impressions from this year's Google Cloud Next in San Francisco.
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Webinar: Get started with AI on Google Cloud
Everyone is talking about AI these days, and many businesses probably feel that they need to start using AI in their operations as well, for example, to streamline internal processes or provide better customer experiences. Through this webinar, we provided our tips for success with AI on Google Cloud and success stories from some of our clients.
FAT-ML, XAI and responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI)
Artificial intelligence has the potential to make everyday life more efficient, but also brings with it a number of new issues. In many ways, the use of artificial intelligence is one of the greatest ethical dilemmas of our time, which is hotly debated both within and outside the professional community.
Leading as an Atlassian Cloud Migration Specialist
Atlassian is shutting down its on-premise server platform in February 2024, which has created a rush of businesses looking to move their Atlassian solutions to the cloud. The Atlassian supplier Computas is therefore getting ready for a hectic year. Earlier this month, the Norwegian IT company achieved status as Atlassian Cloud Migration Specialist, as one of only two suppliers in the Nordic region.
Can computing in the cloud help us understand more about the sun?
In November, the Supercomputing 2022 (SC2022) conference took place in Dallas. Computas was represented, and participated in exciting meetings between Google and Norwegian research environments that want to explore HPC in the cloud.
Ida Ryland one of Norway’s 50 leading tech women
On 8 March, on International Women's Day, the list of the 50 best tech women in Norwegian business was published. Abelia (NHO's association for knowledge and technology companies) and The ODA Network are responsible for the award. On the list was Ida Ryland (29) from Computas, developer and head of Computa's Trondheim office.