Can you make AI sustainable?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
1w ago
In this episode we are looking at the challenges AI technology faces when it comes to becoming, and then remaining sustainable. The benefits of AI are unquestionable: from improved medical assistance and increased efficiency in the workplace, to autonomous transportation and next-level gaming experiences. But the more expansive the abilities of AI become, the more data storage that’s required. That data storage uses a lot of energy. In fact, it has been predicted that AI servers could be using more energy than a country the size of the Netherlands by 2030. For HPE Chief Technologist, Matt Arms ..read more
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The future of storage tech: Can the tech of the past influence the tech of tomorrow?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
3w ago
In this episode, we’re taking a look at how the explosion in our demand for data storage has led to needing more capacity than ever before, and whether long-vanished ideas from our computing past could influence technological innovation in the future.  In 2022 the world generated 97 Zettabytes of data. It has been predicted that, by 2025, that number will almost have doubled to 181 Zettabytes. Although at the rate generative AI and machine learning is expanding, that figure could be even higher. As the Head of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise storage division, Senior Vice President Patrick ..read more
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Is technology changing the way we speak?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
1M ago
In this episode, we'll explore how technology is changing the way we communicate. But much more than that, we're going to be looking at how it's actually changing our relationship with language itself. Ever since the first pictograms which date way back over 5000 years, we've been searching for technologies to communicate with each other in more widespread, more efficient ways. The printing press, the telegram, the telephone, and the internet have all evolved into what we're now using today: live streaming; chatbots; VR and AR technologies and, of course, social media. The thing is, the pace o ..read more
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Connectivity in sports: How are connectivity and bandwidth creating the venues of the future?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
3M ago
Sports and data are closely intertwined – and that’s especially true for spectators. So how can data, analytics, IoT and connectivity create better experiences fans? In this episode, we’re taking a look at how major sports venues and events are using technology to create the perfect experience for their customers. It's something that’s been a recurring goal for clients of HPE Aruba Networking over the last few years. Simon Wilson is their Chief Technology Officer for the UK, and helps clients bring exceptional connected experiences. He explains that, in part, the demand has been driven by our ..read more
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Routes into STEM – Could apprenticeships solve the tech talent crunch?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
4M ago
Routes into STEM – Could apprenticeships solve the tech talent crunch? There’s an acute shortage of candidates for tech jobs – in fact, research suggests tens of millions of potential roles are going unfilled. In a poll with global technology chiefs conducted by MIT’s ‘Technology Review’, a majority found that they weren’t getting enough candidates for roles, and those who did apply lacked necessary skills.  Clearly, there’s a problem here. So what can tech companies do to bring more talent through the door? Could building a baseline of investment in new, or even unqualified, talent be a ..read more
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AI in Healthcare: Are we ready for data to examine us?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
5M ago
You've heard it from us before on this podcast, but we'll say it again. AI is transforming our world. Depending on which market research you look at, AI in healthcare is already somewhere from a 14-21 billion dollar industry in 2023, which is almost double what it was worth just two years ago. By 2028, it's set to be a 100 billion dollar global industry, growing some 40% year-on-year. That's astonishing, even in the already skyrocketing AI sphere. In this episode, we'll be looking at a wide spectrum of expertise to get a sense of where the field is right now, what the future looks like, and so ..read more
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Exascale: Are we ready for the next generation of supercomputers?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
6M ago
The dawn of the exascale computer has arrived. In May 2022, a computer named Frontier was switched on at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in the USA. At well over twice the computing power of the previous world record holder, it has ushered in a new era of supercomputers, with at least two more to follow in the coming months and years. In this episode, we’ll be looking at why this undeniably impressive milestone actually means, and more importantly, why it matters. We’ll also be looking at some of the challenges remaining as we enter the exascale era – namely, how do we actually use computers ..read more
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Keeping the lights on part 2: How do we optimize our energy usage?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
6M ago
The world’s energy supply is in a state of flux. Australian coal is being bought up by China faster than it can be mined, Europe is coming to terms with Russian gas being shut off, and the US is grappling with how to produce more energy whilst meeting green targets and keeping people in mining areas employed.     It’s a tough balancing act. In the last episode we looked at how to produce more energy. But how do we make the most of the energy we already have? This time, we’ll be talking to experts and organizations using tech to reduce our consumption and get us all a little gree ..read more
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Keeping the lights on part 1: How do we make more energy?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
7M ago
The world is in a state of flux when it comes to energy production. Australian coal is being bought up by China as fast as it can be mined, Europe is coming to terms with Russian gas supplies being a bargaining chip in international politics, and the US is grappling with how to produce more energy whilst meeting green targets and keeping people in mining areas employed.  It’s a tough balancing act. So how can countries realistically become more energy independent in a sustainable way with the tech that’s viable today? This is the first of a two part special. Next time we’ll be looking at ..read more
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Can technology help to rebuild after disasters?
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Technology Untangled
by Hewlett Packard Enterprise
7M ago
2022 saw 421 registered natural disasters worldwide, including floods, drought, famine and earthquakes. It also saw new or escalating conflicts in Sudan, Syria and Ukraine. Thousands of NGOs, activists and charity groups do what they can to help those in need, whilst Governments and research groups try to come up with better ways of predicting, mitigating and avoiding disasters. But you may be surprised to know there's a whole heap of ways that tech can help with rebuilding and prevention efforts. In this episode, we look at how grassroots groups and major organizations work together to levera ..read more
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