2020 has shown the importance of thinking in terms of 'smart normal' rather than 'new normal,' suggested Lenovo data centre group Asia Pacific president Sumir Bhatia.
Chinese tech giant Lenovo’s data centre group DCG is partnering with the University of Adelaide’s Australian Institute for Machine Learning to provide businesses with better access to the technology, expertise and research required to successfully launch an investment in machine learning projects.
Lenovo's Data Centre Group has been working with the Barcelona Supercomputer Centre to explore how AI can improve the accuracy of retinal disease scanning, with AI, deep learning and the future of AI in the enterprise also beneficiaries.
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