Many firms in the private sector simply don't have people with the skills needed to build a bespoke solution. In a survey with YouGov, 43% of those we spoke to saw a lack of available talent as the top risk to delivering bespoke technology. So how can you find the right people to carry out these projects and deliver the custom solutions you want?
75% of businesses use custom software to solve a specific problem their business faces, so why do firms still shy away from it? Here is the business case that you need for custom software that you need for custom software to convince your business that this is the right course of action.
Thanks to those who were able to join us last week for our first AI event with InstaDeep. This, the first of four events, looked at Scaling AI in the Enterprise and helping business leaders to realise the potential of introducing and scaling AI in their businesses. For those who were unable to join us, here is a quick recap and we hope to see you at future events.
It’s vital to ensure that your AI is kept fit and effective. The first step in doing so is understanding the need to consistently curate your AI models. To do this, you need an effective ModelOps team. AI is evolving quickly and businesses need to ensure that their teams evolve to deliver against business and regulatory needs, whilst empowering their people too.