Oracle Executive Chairman and CTO Larry Ellison announces next-generation cloud applications built on machine learning, voice-driven user interface, and the Generation 2 cloud platform.
A leading AI data engine, DataFox, will provide Oracle Cloud Applications with dynamic and insightful company-level data to power even smarter decisions and better business outcomes.
Oracle makes it easy for enterprises to realize value from artificial intelligence and machine learning (ML). Through Oracle’s ready-to-go, AI-powered cloud applications, business teams can drive better business outcomes through intelligent features such as next-best offers in our CX suite or smart candidate lists in our HCM suite. Oracle’s ready-to-build AI platform gives data scientists and application developers a range of cloud services to easily build, train, deploy, and manage AI-powered solutions. With ready-to-work Oracle Autonomous Database platforms, machine learning is working behind the scenes to automate security patching and backups and optimize database query performance.
Oracle’s suite of SaaS applications with embedded AI capabilities transforms your business with smarter outcomes such as recommended sales actions, intelligent supplier categorization, smart candidate lists, and personalized product recommendations. These applications span the entire enterprise—from ERP to customer experience—to enable digital transformation.
Oracle’s AI Platform isn’t a single tool, but a collection of products, services, and capabilities for building AI-powered solutions. The platform consists of tools for every step in the modern machine learning lifecycle—from developing machine-learning models to building intelligent applications to integrating machine learning outputs into business intelligence and visualization tools—so it’s accessible by business teams. The platform features a portfolio of data management solutions which offer unmatched ability to store and process data at any scale—and data integration tools to ensure data in any format can be accessed for machine learning model building. The platform runs on top of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, which is optimized for running AI workloads, offering high-speed network fabric and a wide range of GPU and CPU compute options for small- to large-scale model building, training, and production deployments.
Oracle redefines data management with the world’s first self-driving, self-securing, and self-repairing autonomous database. Offered in two versions, Autonomous Database is optimized for transactional and mixed workloads and for analytics and reporting workloads. Through embedded machine-learning and automation, Autonomous Database eliminates complexity, human error, and manual management, helping ensure greater reliability and security as well as improved operational efficiency.
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Oracle offers a complete portfolio of products, services, and differentiated capabilities to power your enterprise with artificial intelligence. For business users, Oracle offers ready-to-go A- powered cloud applications with intelligent features that drive better business outcomes. With Oracle’s ready-to-build AI Platform, data scientists and application developers have a full suite of cloud services to build, deploy, and manage AI-powered solutions. With Oracle’s ready-to-work Autonomous Database, machine learning is working behind the scenes to automate security patching, backups, and optimize database query performance, which helps to eliminate human error and repetitive manual tasks so organizations can focus on higher-value activities.
Oracle offers a comprehensive portfolio of data management solutions consisting of the world’s first autonomous database and large-scale NoSQL, big data, and streaming data platforms. Oracle delivers unmatched scale for storing and processing virtually any data format—structured or unstructured—giving data scientists the ability to access the data they need to prepare high-quality input data and build more accurate machine learning models.
Oracle’s infrastructure is optimized for faster, concurrent, and distributed training of machine learning models that require high quality input data and large amounts of compute capacity. Oracle’s infrastructure offers high-throughput data pipelines that feed input data at high speeds to massively parallel GPU and CPU compute clusters over a high-bandwidth networking layer.
Oracle offers an integrated, end-to-end platform to build AI-driven applications—from data source to data science to intelligent application. Leverage the data you need to build machine learning models using the latest open source frameworks like Tensorflow, Keras, H2O.ai, and Caffe2. Deploy models as REST APIs from the Oracle Data Science Platform and build intelligent applications around those APIs with Oracle’s broad range of application development platforms.
Oracle’s suite of SaaS applications with embedded AI capabilities transforms your business with smarter outcomes such as recommended sales actions, intelligent supplier categorization, smart candidate lists, and personalized product recommendations. These applications span the entire enterprise from ERP to customer experience—to enable digital transformation.
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