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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.
HPE’s new offerings for boosting AI uptake
HPE says their new offerings can enable customers to explore, evolve and expand AI applications aligned to their business and industry needs.
Exclusive Interview: Oracle on AI and enterprise technology challenges
Siddhartha Agarwal discusses Oracle's approach to AI and a number of other pressing issues for the enterprise space.
The ethics of AI: Microsoft exec stresses the importance of accountability
“There is a strong focus on the ethical implications of the AI systems that are being built and deployed.”
UK lags behind EU in tech investment, but strong in hybrid cloud
A new survey from Dell Technologies has revealed the UK is lagging behind its EU counterparts in tech investment like AI, VR and HPC.
Kiwi facial recognition program can help you repair your relationship… with cats
The team of programmers who created the digital technology spent months training the computer to make the physical distinctions.
Microsoft reaches historic AI milestone in Chinese-English language translation
“The pursuit of removing language barriers to help people communicate better is fantastic."
IDC forecast ‘exploding’ cognitive/AI opportunities in APeJ service market in 2018
The findings come from the analyst’s newly published market analysis perspective report.
Inside MareNostrum, the most beautiful data center in the world
Up a side street on the edge of Barcelona, a stone path weaves through a park of old oak trees and flowers, to the steps of the Torre Girona Chapel.
IBM’s new AI-team to help businesses make most of new platform
IBM is preparing for the expected AI explosion with a new platform for machine learning and a team of expert consultants.
Finally! Your very own AI chief of security
Every day a piece of science-fiction becomes real. Today, it's a cybersecurity offering that learns how to protect you without straining your CPU.
Exclusive interview: Microsoft on whether AI is worth the hype
Raghu Ramakrishnan, Microsoft CTO for data and AI talks about whether AI has the capacity to deliver on its promises.
Pegasystems: Making the art of selling smarter with AI
“We’re redefining sales automation from a static database into a dynamic assistant that makes good sales people great.”
Avaya brings AI on board with acquisition of Spoken Communications
“Partners are now able to work with the next-gen of Avaya solutions that bring together AI, IoT and even blockchain,” says A/NZ MD.
AWS launches image recognition AI for APAC developers
Amazon Rekognition makes it easy to add image analysis to applications, using powerful, deep learning-based image and face recognition.
Google makes music with machine learning
NSynth Super is part of an ongoing experiment by Magenta, a research project within Google.
The little robot slave that will clean your floor... Maybe
The Electrolux PUREi9 allows users to customise a cleaning schedule through an app.
Exclusive interview: Hyland on how digital transformation has changed them as a vendor
Hyland VP of Cloud Services Patrick Mulcahy talks about how the content management market has shifted as a result of cloud.
Expert opinion: 5 myths surrounding the 'AI Hype Train'
Digital Realty's director of engineering says while AI does represent an exciting new utility, it doesn't herald the arrival of a sci-fi future.
Haier to launch all-scenario smart home solution
The solution was designed to connect an entire household into one system.
Auckland: AI experts discuss what to do when a robot takes your job
“Robots will be taking our jobs, so what are we going to do to make sure we are ready for future economy?”
AI for everyone: Exclusive interview with Lenovo’s data center CTO
“When presented with the same MRI scan they've already diagnosed, radiologists only agree with themselves 60% of the time."
AI biosecurity officer now on duty at Auckland Airport
A digital biosecurity officer has started working at Auckland Airport with the goal of helping international visitors.