Databricks is announcing its acquisition of 8080 Labs today. This follows Qlik's announcement last week that it's buying Big Squid, and Domino Data Lab's announcement yesterday of a $100M Series F funding round, and deepened partnership with Nvidia. AI is working hard to get to the enterprise mainstream.
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