Poland is one of the three most competitive markets for the IT industry in Central and Eastern Europe, reveals an Emerging Europe report.
Microsoft has opened Central and Eastern Europe's first cloud data processing centre in Poland, the company said on Wednesday.
Hackers supported by the Russian government have conducted a series of cyber attacks on countries allied with Ukraine, including Poland, Microsoft wrote in a report published on Wednesday.
Launched on June 10, the Warsaw Health Innovation Hub (WHIH) will bring together leading global medical, pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies with the public sector as a first step towards the creation of a Polish Medical Valley inspired by and modelled on medical clusters in other parts of Europe.
Software producers Microsoft and Oracle will form a partnership to make cloud services more accessible in Poland, the companies have said.
Using a chatbot helps patients diagnose their problems before seeing a doctor.
The rankings created by London-based fDi Intelligence, which is owned by the Financial Times, has become a bible for foreign investors who use the lists when deciding which European city to base their next investment in.
Infermedica’s sophisticated AI algorithms for giving online diagnoses is now being used by Microsoft’s Healthcare Bot.
Microsoft said it had signed an agreement with Poland’s cloud provider Chmura Krajowa. There are now around 1,500 companies operating in Poland with American investment, contributing over 300,000 jobs to the Polish economy.
Holo4Labs’ mixed reality app means that users will be able to present digital data in the real world in the form of hologram-style images projected onto the lens of the glasses, not dissimilar to a VR game.