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The Warehouse's mobile app now uses AI to help 'Snap and Shop'
The Warehouse has dipped its toes into neural networking and artificial intelligence to make it easier for customers to ‘Snap and Shop’.
Why tech can help future-proof NZ's tourism industry
"What innovations or artificial intelligence might we be using to enhance the visitor experience, what does our future workforce look like?"
Deep dive: How AI empowers today’s security operations analysts
“The biggest impact that AI is making in the SOC is faster time to triage.”
Bringing a gun to a gunfight: Countering AI-enabled threats
Artificial intelligence can reduce human effort and lower the time needed to detect, respond to, and recover from cybersecurity incidents.
Raiz chooses AI-powered cybersecurity solution for financial security and compliance
Raiz recently listed on the Australian Stock Exchange and implementing VSE was a key component of their compliance with financial regulations.
Using AI to address the cybersecurity skill shortage
There is an expected shortage of over 1.8 million security professionals worldwide over the next few years.
A quick guide to machine learning in cybersecurity
Beyond the numbers and the terminology, there is a simple question: What does machine learning do for cybersecurity, anyway?
Giveaway: Win the Huawei nova 3i, the AI-enhanced phone
Thanks to the awesome team at Huawei, we have a shiny new Iris Purple nova 3i smartphone worth $499 up for grabs.
Google tips hat to Harmoney for use of AI in marketing
ocal money lending marketplace Harmoney has been dubbed by Google as a standout case study of the powers of artificial intelligence (AI).
Silicon Valley connection to boost NZ's agritech sector
An upcoming agritech conference in Silicon Valley may have a huge impact on New Zealand’s agritech sector, even from thousands of kilometres away.
Mobile AI market to hit US$17.83b by 2023 with APAC at its centre
The growth of the market can be attributed to demand for AI-capable processors for mobile devices, rise in cognitive computing, and AI applications.
AI is at 'an ethical crossroad' and we need better guidelines, says report
The growing power of artificial intelligence is being hailed A the fourth industrial revolution, but how are ethics being used in the real world?
The end is nigh… AI can now predict your personality using your eyes
New artificial intelligence research has revealed your eyes may be a window into your personality simply by the way they move.
Biometric Mirror: The AI that can detect attractiveness and personality from your photo
The AI displays 14 different characteristics including gender, age, ethnicity, attractiveness – and even weirdness and emotional stability.
Darktrace's rapid global expansion paying off to tune of $1.25b
Five-year-old cybersecurity firm Darktrace has ended its financial year with more than US $400 million worth of contracts.
Fear of cyber risk is stunting growth in NZ businesses
43% of New Zealand respondents say they have put off digital transformation because they are worried about cyber risks.
AI 2020 Report: What does Artificial Intelligence look like in the future?
Why 85% of executives believe that AI will bring a competitive advantage to their organisation.
Opinion: A clear definition of AI for colocation providers
Schneider Electric's Patrick Donovan discards all the hype and confusion surrounding 'AI' and paints a clear picture for now and the future.
Intel celebrates its 50th anniversary with promises, drones, and bell-rings
It’s Intel’s 50th birthday and the company has wasted no time looking to the future – and back on the past of computing history.
Users, applications, and data: The new frontiers in identity
With the very nature of business changing, identity must evolve to meet the needs of the modern enterprise.
Western Digital announces product line geared for AI-powered video surveillance
According to IDC, the amount of big data exabytes generated by surveillance solutions is expected to grow by 25% per year through 2021.
JASK raises $25mil in Series B financing to advance security operations beyond SIEM
The company will continue its focus on platform development, increase hiring in all departments and expand global sales channels.
Exclusive: Schneider Electric CTO stirs data centre disruption debate
Kevin Brown says the last ten years has seen huge gains in the data centre industry, but now we need to start innovating for the next ten years.
Microsoft report: Cyber attacks cost Australia $29b
"The finding that one in five Australian businesses are not performing regular forensics and data breach assessments is surprising."