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APAC companies ready for AI but struggling with where to begin
66% of companies ‘don’t know where to start’ with implementing AI, despite 89% planning to get started in the next year.
Opportunities incoming as NZ dives deep into AI
The AI Forum of New Zealand has released a report that looks at AI in NZ today, and the opportunities and challenges that are down the road.
Google Cloud transforms the traditional marketing campaign with AI
“Together we are envisioning solutions that will quickly put greater insights in the hands of the marketer, saving them time and energy.”
AI and the cloud - a match made in heaven
When it comes to technology trends, they don’t come much bigger than cloud computing and artificial intelligence.
NBN partners with two leading universities in hunt for new tech
Research focus areas will include IoT, AI, data analytics, programmable networks and wireless technologies.
How to keep on top of the latest enterprise tech
It's the event that invites you and your clients to check out the latest and greatest tech with you right there to make the sale.
How to stay on top of the ever-changing tech landscape
IMAGINE 2018 is not worth missing for anyone who wants to learn about the latest and greatest in enterprise tech.
Oracle NetSuite rolls out “world’s first” intelligent cloud suite
The system is said to deliver the insight, interaction and automation that customers now demand to grow their businesses with AI and machine learning.
What Artificial Intelligence and golf have in common
Oracle compares implementing AI for business to something we all know and love, the sport of golf.
Gartner: AI to contribute US$1.2 trillion in business value in 2018
"In the long run, the business value of AI will be about new revenue possibilities."
Everything you need to know about Dell's new commercial PC portfolio
"Work is no longer simply a place people go. It’s an activity."
Splunk investing in AI upgrades across portfolio
“Our latest wave of innovation is intended to arm customers with the tools needed to translate AI into actionable intelligence.”
United Nations' telco union launches ICT data and report library
"Policy makers, academics, companies and other ICT stakeholders around the globe will greatly benefit from the new ITU iLibrary digital platform."
Watch: Microsoft's VP of AI business opens AI-DAY 2018
This year, 500 people attended AI-DAY at the ASB Waterfront Theatre, where keynotes, showcase talks, and panel discussions took place.
Machine learning is great but does it need regulation?
Otago Uni’s Artificial Intelligence and Law in New Zealand Project think legislation should be a major consideration during the Kiwi AI revolution.
Six steps to extracting real business value from artificial intelligence
If your company is still practicing data austerity, the first step in your AI journey is to stop.
Data stored in DNA a reality: Nlyte co-founder shares insights
Nlyte co-founder Robert Neave says the influx of data from mobile devices means data centres need to look at new and innovative ways to store data.
IBM Security unveils new AI platform to defend against cyberattacks
The company has invested more than 200,000 hours of R&D into this platform, which includes technologies from Cisco, McAfee, Symantec and others.
Industry and academia partner to push UK supercomputer adoption
HPE today announced a plan of action with Arm, SUSE, and three UK universities to accelerate the adoption of supercomputer applications in the UK.
Thales reveals future strategic direction at media event
Thales has invested more than a billion euros in the last three years across four key digital technologies which it intends to pursue.
Auckland to host international AI conference
More than 500 delegates from around the world are expected to attend the five-day conference.
EXPERT: Six AI ingredients every wireless networking strategy needs
“Wireless networking is at an inflection point whereby the traditional way of deploying, operating, and managing networks will no longer suffice."
How technology is edging closer to the self-driving WAN
Silver Peak's Graham Schultz assesses how far off the self-driving WAN really is.
HPE NZ sees huge admin savings within 65% profit drop
HPE spun off their Enterprise Services offering in a bid to save money. Now they have released their financials we can see how it has worked out.