BizClik Media Launches the October edition of AI Magazine

The October edition of AI Magazine includes interviews with leading experts and executives from Verne Global, Rubrik and SAP National Security Services

BizClik Media Group, the corporate storyteller to the world’s largest brands, has published the October edition of AI Magazine

The digital edition of AI Magazine is a trusted industry source for in-depth reports and interviews with the leading minds in the AI industry. 

This month’s edition features an extensive lead interview with Dominic Ward of Verne Global, about the company’s sustainably powered data centres. 

“At Verne Global, we are able to provide enough natural differentiation between us and our competitors because of the sustainable power availability, that is driven by 100% renewable energy from geothermal and hydroelectric power.” Dominic Ward, CEO of Verne Global.

The October edition also contains extensive interviews with key thought leaders from Jeffrey Phelan, CTO of Rubrik and Kyle Rice, CTO SAP National Security Services.

Laura Berrill, Editor in Chief of AI Magazine, commented: “With our unparalleled dedication to producing in-depth analysis into the world of artificial intelligence, this month’s edition of AI Magazine focuses on the biggest trends in the industry. Undoubtedly, AI is a force to be reckoned with and has the power to transform the operations in all industries, we just need to harness it properly. To understand how to do this, we ask the experts to share their insights into navigating the world of AI and learn ourselves the huge potential it can bring to the world.”  

To read the October edition of AI Magazine, click here.


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