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Fujitsu announces partnership with Grid to develop AI services - potential for more
Fujitsu says it is actively working to expand an ecosystem based on partnerships with companies that possess exceptional AI technology.
Talend: The reality of the artificial intelligence revolution
Robots assuming complete control of society is unlikely; nuances of perception, intuition, and plain old “gut-check reactions” still elude machines.
Hair care & artificial intelligence come together with new deal
"Complexica’s applications are best suited to deal with this inherent complexity without burdening our staff with endless data entry.”
Consumers confused about AI, businesses must adapt, survey finds
Companies should find effective ways to expose customers to the benefits of AI that work to change their misperceptions and establish trust.
Pegasystems unveils AI and robotics capabilities to optimise CRM solution
Pega’s workforce intelligence capabilities use robotic automation and AI to understand how sales and service agents work.
Meltwater acquires Oxford University AI spinout Wrapidity
Meltwater recently announced the acquisition of Wrapidity Limited, an artificial intelligence (AI) company that originated from Oxford University.
AI set to boost revenues for communications service providers
A new technology released by NEC is said to simplify business operations, reduce costs and complexities, and consequently increase revenues.
Australia leading the world in AI technology
Australian businesses are spending big on AI technology, investing on average $6 million a year - a huge sum that is second only to the US.
More doors opening for cybercriminals: Is AI the answer?
Digitisation has vastly increased the surface area for cybercriminals to attack - Cylance believes the solution lies in artificial intelligence.
Mike Smith returns to IBM following 17 years in the ICT industry
“I can see huge opportunities for IBM to bring global technology and expertise to solve real problems for New Zealanders.”
Microsoft CEO at Ignite 2016: “We have set ourselves a goal of democratising AI”
At the Ignite 2016 Conference in Atlanta, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about what lies ahead for the company.
Kiwi teen runs tech events to inspire students & help ditch the 'geek' stereotype
Year 13 student Lucy Chen has successfully taken tech to her fellow students, with eye-opening success through the NextGen Tech & Tech Talks events.
SugarCRM demonstrates just what is possible with AI
At its recent annual conference for customers and partners (SugarCon), SugarCRM revealed its bold roadmap for the future.
Need something? Get your Messenger bot to help you
There is one thing for certain – it is an exciting time to be a consumer, as bots that exist within your Messenger app are soon to become the norm.
Report predicts dire impacts from AI
When it comes to the future and technology, people often fall into two camps. Optimists, and pessimists.
Blue Coat Systems to use artificial intel to combat malware
Cyber security firm Cylance has teamed up with Blue Coat Systems in an effort to combat malware and advanced threats.
Robots to significantly boost business in coming years
Machine learning, artificial intelligence and effective use of big data - essentially software robots - will unlock value within the next 3-5 years.
The Grid: The first AI website developer
A pre-order campaign has been launched for The Grid, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create quality websites quickly and efficiently.