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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.
AI-DAY: Using artificial intelligence to scam the scammers
“40% of New Zealand parents don’t think they can keep themselves safe online.”
IoT opportunities grow as Microsoft pours $5b into the intelligent edge
Microsoft has announced a US$5 billion investment into IoT, expanding opportunities for partners and end-users across A/NZ.
AI-DAY: Is artificial intelligence the answer to pest control?
“I’ve never been comfortable with that idea of being called an expert."
A glance at the future: Mind-reading AI, VR journalism & radical collaboration
Let's imagine a situation in which a police department of the future adopts "mind-reading" technology to predict a crime before it even happens.
Embracing your new ‘robot’ co-workers
In many cases, the arrival of intelligent machines will have a positive impact on businesses, their overall performance and employees too.
Ivanti releases new cloud AI bot app for service management
Ivanti has released a new cloud-delivered artificial intelligence (AI) application for service management.
Power and cooling are critical to edge computing - here's why
Regardless of what industry you're in, if your business is storing data, it's very likely you've heard of edge computing.
DataRobot to help partners bring AI within reach
DataRobot has announced a new partner programme that aims to help resellers make machine learning more accessible.
The robot-CFO is soon to be a reality - is your career AI-proof?
With more and more white collar jobs falling into the ‘could be done by software’ category, should CFO’s AI-proof their careers?
Pure Storage announces AI-ready infrastructure
Built by Pure Storage and powered by NVIDIA, AI-ready infrastructure (AIRI) aims to make AI-at-Scale accessible.
2018: When AI will humanise the workplace - HR Trends for Australasia
Oracle talks about the major AI-driven trends that we'll see this year in HR.
GTC18 - The unrelenting optimism of Jensen Huang
Jensen Huang seems to genuinely want to save the world and thinks that he may just have the answers.
GTC18 - SAS on how to make money with deep learning
“AI is for everybody,” says SAS chief data scientist Wayne Thompson in his session on how to get to RoI with artificial intelligence.
NEC and NICT use AI to optimize the allocation of network resources
NEC announced the successful demonstration of technologies that use AI to automatically classify services.
Adobe and NVIDIA partner to ‘delight artists’ with AI
The partnership aims to extend the availability of Sensei APIs and broaden its audience to developers, data scientists and partners.
GTC18 - Keynote: the flash, the facts, the future
A roundup of Jensen Huang’s opening keynote at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference 2018, including an incredible remote driving reveal.
Pure Storage & NVIDIA unveil industry-first 'AI in a box’ offering
Pure Storage has forayed into new grounds after announcing the industry’s first comprehensive AI ready infrastructure, named AIRI.
GTC18 - NVIDIA and Arm partner to make IoT smarter
NVIDIA’s Deep Learning Accelerator will be integrated into Arm’s Project Trillium with the aim to make building deep learning loT chips easier.
GTC18 - NVIDIA simulation will take self-driving car testing off road
NVIDIA is taking autonomous vehicle testing into the cloud with photorealistic simulation, aiming for a safer way to make self-driving cars a reality.
GTC18 - Day one at NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference
NVIDIA’s GPU Technology Conference 2018 (GTC18) has begun!
IDC report: global AI spend to reach US$19 billion in 2018
The analyst also forecasts that cognitive and AI spending will grow to $52.2 billion in 2021.
Milestone Systems predict the future of the surveillance industry - 7 key trends
The company discusses issues around IoT and automation as well as how some integrators might struggle to keep up with the market.
Breaking down silos: Why marketers must reimagine their approach to data
cording to a recent report by Microsoft, digital transformation is estimated to add $45 billion to Australia’s GDP by 2021.