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NVIDIA’s GPU supercomputer for the office
The DGX Station is a quiet, compact GPU-powered deep learning supercomputer that is quiet and small enough to sit next to a desk.
SAP boosts offerings with AI, ML and blockchain solutions
SAP has released a range of new products for the future of the enterprise, including expanding its cloud offerings and a new blockchain-aaS solution.
Pure Storage: Building a data-centric architecture for successful AI
Organisations can now use this optimised approach in compute and storage to support their AI projects.
Silent authentication may be the next best thing for last-mile delivery
While most conglomerate merchants now offer decent delivery options, improvements remain to be made.
Pure Storage announces plans for future proofing with automation
With the rise of automation, vendors are ensuring that their offerings are ready for the next stage of tech - and Pure Storage are no exception.
Transformative SIEM solution to tackle security professional shortage
We investigate a new vendor that is tackling the growing SIEM system information overload.
Exclusive Interview: Oracle on cloud ERP in A/NZ
General manager for ERP/EPM Saas John Leonard talks about how A/NZ organisations are adopting ERP and how AI will make an impact on the technology.
Calm before the GDPR storm: An exclusive interview with Commvault
"GDPR is not just about your production data. It's so much more complex than that."
Oracle bolsters AI and ML capability with DataScience.com acquisition
DataScience.com is a platform that enables data scientists to deliver business-changing insights while leveraging big data and ML.
HPE's latest tool for CSPs uses AI to 'automate a dynamic world'
Hewlett Packard Enterprise unveiled its HPE Intelligent Assurance Suite for CSPs this week, hailing it as an AI that can automate a dynamic world.
Understanding the implications of AI and machine learning
Are AI and ML all doom and gloom or will they drive significant, encouraging progress?
How Microsoft's new drone deal will help farmers combat crop disease
“As computing becomes ubiquitous, the intelligent edge is emerging as the next technology frontier."
The trouble with data hoarding — and how to fix It
A lot of companies have become data Hoarders, and they'll soon find themselves struggling with the cost of managing it all.
Nurturing digital healthcare innovation in Asia
For consumers, digital healthcare is about more choice, better services and more active participation in their health and healthcare.
Otago experts to work with Government on AI framework
“AI and algorithms offer great opportunities, but also some potential pitfalls.”
Server spotlight: Dell releases two new four socket PowerEdge servers
The Internet of Things (IoT) is driving an onslaught of data and compute at the edge.
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.”
Artificial intelligence oversaturation – going beyond the buzzword
Understanding that attackers will be creative, technology alone cannot prevent every attack.
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.
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.”
A10 Networks to launch machine learning-based DDoS protection in Q3
A10 Networks has harnessed the power of machine learning to protect its customers against DDoS attacks with the launch of A10 One-DDoS Protection.
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.