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Newswire & Press Release / Pradeo Acclaimed by Frost & Sullivan for Offering Leading Mobile Security to Organizations with its Pioneering AI… – Engineering / Artificial Intelligence – Frost & Sullivan

Based on its recent analysis of the mobile security market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes Pradeo with the 2021 Global Enabling Technology Leadership Award for supporting enterprise mobility with its unified, feature-rich AI services. By protecting managed and unmanaged mobile devices, its solution stack is especially valuable to organizations with bring-your-own-device (BYOD) operation models.

“A global market leader and an end-to-end service provider, Pradeo has the scale, capabilities, and technology to address a gamut of mobile security needs for organizations of all sizes,” said Vikrant Gandhi, Research Vice President for Frost & Sullivan. “Its patented AI engine is at the core of its mobile security solution and enables it to configure products quickly. Highly adaptable and applicable across business cases, Pradeo’s technology aids rapid implementation and offers long-term value across a client’s mobile security strategy.”

One of Pradeo’s leading turnkey solutions, the Secure Private Store, eliminates the possibility of third-party applications compromising individual or organizational security through the network and extending to the operating system and apps on the device. An alternative to mobile device management (MDM, EMM, UEM…) systems that are often restrictive and diminish BYOD accessibility, the Secure Private Store assists organizations and carriers with unique functions to protect their environment.

Pradeo’s solution set equips security teams with in-depth visibility into what applications do with data and controls. This solution offers flexibility to customize permissions, execute zero-touch deployments, and interoperate with major stakeholders in the mobile device management ecosystem. Pradeo recommends predefined configurations to fit small and medium businesses’ needs, so its solutions are ready-to-implement, include automation remediation, and require only light-touch administration.

“Pradeo prides itself on delivering exceptional data privacy. In addition to the app protection tools, it ensures that all of the information collected as a part of its mobile security logs is anonymized,” noted…


Gibson Dunn | Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update (1Q21)

April 23, 2021

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Regulatory and policy developments during the first quarter of 2021 reflect a global tipping point toward serious regulation of artificial intelligence (“AI”) in the U.S. and European Union (“EU”), with far-reaching consequences for technology companies and government agencies.[1]   In late April 2021, the EU released its long-anticipated draft regulation for the use of AI, banning some “unacceptable” uses altogether and mandating strict guardrails such as documentary “proof” of safety and human oversight to ensure AI technology is “trustworthy.”

While these efforts to aggressively police the use of AI will surprise no one who has followed policy developments over the past several years, the EU is no longer alone in pushing for tougher oversight at this juncture.  As the United States’ national AI policy continues to take shape, it has thus far focused on ensuring international competitiveness and bolstering national security capabilities.  However, as the states move ahead with regulations seeking accountability for unfair or biased algorithms, it also appears that federal regulators—spearheaded by the Federal Trade Commission (“FTC”)—are positioning themselves as enforcers in the field of algorithmic fairness and bias.

Our 1Q21 Artificial Intelligence and Automated Systems Legal Update focuses on these critical regulatory efforts, and also examines other key developments within the U.S. and Europe that may be of interest to domestic and international companies alike.  As a result of several significant developments in April, and to avoid the need for multiple alerts, this 1Q21 update also include a number of matters from April, the beginning of 2Q21.


A.         U.S. National AI Strategy
B.         National Security & Trade
C.         Algorithmic Accountability & Consumer Safety
D.         FDA’s Action Plan for AI Medical Devices
E.         Intellectual Property Updates
F.         U.S. Regulators Seek Input on Use of AI in Financial Services

A.         EC Publishes Draft Legislation for…


Rethinking the artificial intelligence race

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a buzzword in technology in both civilian and military contexts. With interest comes a radical increase in extravagant promises, wild speculation, and over-the-top fantasies, coupled with funding to attempt to make them all possible. In spite of this fervor, AI technology must overcome several hurdles: it is costly, susceptible to data poisoning and bad design, difficult for humans to understand, and tailored for specific problems. No amount of money has eradicated these challenges, yet companies and governments have plunged headlong into developing and adopting AI wherever possible. This has bred a desire to determine who is “ahead” in the AI “race,” often by examining who is deploying or planning to deploy an AI system. But given the many problems AI faces as a technology its deployment is less of a clue about its quality and more of a snapshot of the culture and worldview of the deployer. Instead, measuring the AI race is best done by not looking at AI deployment but by taking a broader view of the underlying scientific capacity to produce it in the future.

AI Basics: The Minds We Create 

AI is both a futuristic fantasy as well as an omnipresent aspect of modern life. Artificial intelligence is a wide term that broadly encompasses anything that simulates human intelligence. It ranges from the narrow AI already present in our day-to-day lives that focuses on one specific problem (chess playing programs, email spam filters, and Roombas) to the general artificial intelligence that is the subject of science fiction (Rachel from Blade Runner, R2-D2 in Star Wars, and HAL 9000 in 2001: A Space Odyssey). Even the narrow form that we currently have and continually improve, can have significant consequences for the world by compressing time scales for decisions, automating repetitive menial tasks, sorting through large masses of data, and optimizing human behavior. The dream of general artificial intelligence has been long deferred and is likely to remain elusive if not impossible, and most progress remains with narrow AI. As early as the 1950’s researchers were conceptualizing thinking machines and developed rudimentary versions of…


EdTech and Smart Classroom Market to Reach USD 251.78 billion by 2027; Rising Adoption of Artificial Intelligent to Bolster Growth: Fortune Business Insights™

Pune, Feb. 01, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The global edtech and smart classroom market is set to gain traction from the increasing adoption of machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI). This information is given by Fortune Business Insights™ in a new study, titled, “EdTech and Smart Classroom Market Size, Share & COVID-19 Impact Analysis, By Instructional Aids (Smart Classroom, and Mobile Learning), By Hardware (Interactive Projectors, Interactive whiteboards, and Others), By Educational Tools (Admission Automation Tools, Administration Tools (ERP & CRM),  Learning Management Tools, Alumni Management Tools, Placement Management Tools, Library Management Tools), By Technology (Gamification, Analytics, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Advanced Technology (AI, AR, VR, Robotics, and Blockchain) and Others), By End-User (Higher Education, K-12, and Kindergarten), and Regional Forecast, 2020-2027.” The study further mentions that the market size was USD 74.33 billion in 2019 and is projected to reach USD 251.78 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 16.6% during the forecast period.

COVID-19 Pandemic: Growing R&D Activities to Affect Industry Positively

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the education industry across the globe. Therefore, policymakers are taking initiatives to deploy effective learning solutions for increasing students’ engagement. The pandemic has also accelerated research and development activities to develop new edtech and smart classroom solutions that would help students to continue their education smoothly. Our reports provide detailed insights into the industry for helping you grow your business amid this difficult situation.

To get to know more about the short-term and long-term impact of COVID-19 on this market,

please visit: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/edtech-and-smart-classroom-market-104662

How Did We Develop This Report?

We have conducted extensive primary and secondary research to gather information about various aspects of this report. Our special interviews with end user respondents and supply side respondents helped in gaining insights into the average pricing, per capita consumption…