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'Catastrophic forgetting': What it is, and how to prevent it
AI has been used to combat cyber-threats for years. But there are many related pitfalls — and catastrophic forgetting is a major one.
Artificial intelligence top priority for organisations, but challenges remain
"There is no doubt that there is light at the end of the challenge-filled tunnel, and significant potential to generate even more meaningful and incredible outcomes than we have seen so far."
eCommerce losses to online payment fraud to exceed $20 billion in 2021
The use of artificial intelligence will enable behavioural biometrics in this area, which will increase security across all potential fraud channels.
University of Waikato launches AI research institute 'Te Ipu o te Mahara'
Te Ipu o te Mahara, which means ‘A Receptacle of Consciousness’, is an institute that will explore real-time analytics in big data and machine learning.
New performance evaluation method helps realize computing power for hyperscale cloud clusters
Virtually any cloud service provider can utilize this new performance evaluation method to help realize computing power for its hyperscale cloud clusters.
AIIA pushes for Aus Govt to fund AI research and commercialisation
"The AIIA has provided feedback and advice on the proposed National AI Strategy, now is the time for the Federal Government to step up and commit their support.”
Dynatrace builds 500+ integrations into Software Intelligence Hub
"We are providing customers with easy access to a huge array of technologies that are automatically discovered, and we are constantly adding new ones.”
University of Waikato installs NVIDIA supercomputer to advance AI research
A supercomputer dubbed ‘The Ferrari of computing’ has been installed at the University of Waikato.
Google Cloud & Siemens bring AI to the factory floor
Use cases could include visual product inspections, or predicting how quickly machines on the assembly line succumb to daily wear and tear.
Dell to dump 81% ownership stake in VMware, but it's an amicable split
Dell is spinning off VMware, barely five years after acquiring the virtualisation giant through its acquisition of EMC in 2016.
NVIDIA takes AI into the heart of cybersecurity with Morpheus
The Morpheus application framework will provide security partners with AI-enhanced tools that can detect and prevent security threats.
AI and ML not being utilised enough in the digital marketing sphere — Gartner
A lack of artificial intelligence and machine learning usage in digital marketing is causing a significant issue for marketers looking to deliver personalised experiences to customers, according to Gartner.
LogRhythm selects Chillisoft for first global Authorised Training Centre
Chillisoft will provide training in LogRhythm administration fundamentals, AI engine fundamentals and analyst fundamentals.
NVIDIA names data centre CPU after computer scientist Grace Hopper
NVIDIA Grace is designed to support artificial intelligence-based supercomputers, natural language processing, and recommender systems.
OVHcloud releases new bare metal servers
The company says the new servers provide better performance in secure, single-tenant environments, with direct access to physical resources.
Aruba updates edge security platform with SD-WAN capabilities
Aruba’s latest iteration of its Edge Services Platform (ESP) has been quick to make use of HPE’s acquisition of Silver Peak in September last year.
VERSA turns website design on its head with an AI twist
The company's website is entirely bot-activated and navigation-less, which means those who visit the website just write or speak what they want to search for.
Cloudera and NVIDIA partner on cloud-based data analytics
The Cloudera Data Platform will integrate the RAPIDS Accelerator for Apache Spark 3.0, deployed on NVIDIA’s computing platforms.
NVIDIA unveils next-gen SoC for autonomous vehicles
NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang calls it a 'technical marvel' that combines all of the company's strengths.
New forecasting and planning tool for SMBs launched in ANZ
giniPredict was launched in ANZ given the countries' ‘high levels of uptake for cloud solutions, the relatively advanced adoption of technology in general and maturity of the digital market’.
Software-based facial recognition in payments industry to dominate by 2025
There will be more than 1.4 billion users of facial recognition software used for payments alone in 2025, up from 671 million in 2020.
NVIDIA opens up AI to the enterprise with DGX SuperPOD supercomputer
“AI is the most powerful technology the world has ever known,” declares NVIDIA DGX systems VP.
NVIDIA launches Jarvis conversational AI framework
The models can produce accurate speech recognition and language understanding, as well as language translation and text-to-speech capabilities.
Microsoft spends $19.7b to acquire AI software firm Nuance
The acquisition enables Microsoft to capitalise on Nuance’s ‘decades’ of experience in both enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) and healthcare.