Trusted AI: How Pandata and Dell are making AI work for enterprises

Trusted AI: How Pandata and Dell are making AI work for enterprises

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Artificial intelligence is here to stay, doing the work of thousands of humans at a fraction of the speed.

Paired with machine learning and data science, AI is a valuable tool for enterprises looking to utilize its infrastructure’s power to the fullest expense. Pandata LLC has set out to do just that, helping businesses leverage AI and machine learning to grow and improve their companies.

“There’s a lot of different sources that report on this, but anywhere you look, you’ll hear somewhere between 80 to 90% of AI projects fail to yield a return,” said Cal Al-Dhubaib (pictured, right), chief executive officer of Pandata. “It used to be the exclusive domain of deep tech companies. You’d have to have teams of teams building the software, building the infrastructure, working on very specific components in this pipeline. Now we have this explosion of technologies. It removes the complexities of the infrastructure; it removes the complexities of being able to access the right data.”

Al-Dhubaib and Jonathan Seckler (pictured), senior director of product marketing, server and infrastructure solutions at Dell Technologies Inc., spoke with industry analyst Dave Vellante at last year’s VMware Explore, during an exclusive broadcast on theCUBE, SiliconANGLE Media’s livestreaming studio. They discussed trusted AI, how Pandata and Dell are working with the enterprise and the future of AI. (* Disclosure below.)

The future of AI

AI has reached new heights, no longer locked behind high paywalls or enormous processing power. Programs and algorithms are popping up all over the internet that anyone, tech-savvy or not, can play with, showcasing AI’s potential uses, according to Al-Dhubaib.

“You hear about these cutting-edge use cases. And there’s certainly some room for these generative AI applications inspiring new designs, inspiring new approaches,” he said. “But the reality is the most successful use cases that we encounter in our business have to do with augmenting human decisions.”

How will AI be made better and more workable in the future? One of the major challenges is the perception of isolating and spending too much effort, and dollars, on the infrastructure itself, according to Seckler.

“That’s one of the benefits that Dell brings to the table here with validated designs,” he said.  “Our AI validated design is built on a VMware vSphere architecture. Your backup, your migration, all the management and the operational tools that IT is most comfortable with can be used to maintain and develop and deploy artificial intelligence projects without having to create unique infrastructure.”

Here’s the complete video interview, part of SiliconANGLE’s and theCUBE’s coverage of VMware Explore:

(* Disclosure: This is an unsponsored editorial segment. However, theCUBE is a paid media partner for the VMware Explore event. VMware Inc. and other sponsors of theCUBE’s event coverage do not have editorial control over content on theCUBE or SiliconANGLE.)

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