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And then there was Cylance: In discussion about machine learning & cybersecurity
Interview: Cylance is an innovator, and they realise one thing most providers don't: most malware is a variant of everything else on the scene.
CrowdStrike brings the power of signature-less machine learning to VirusTotal
CrowdStrike has delivered the first signature-less machine learning engine to be incorporated into VirusTotal's malware scanning service.
Intel invests in the next wave of computing
Intel is currently working to stay at the forefront of technological advancements, and investing in visual cloud, PC innovation, IoT and 5G.
Machine learning poised to transform Australian IT
Machine learning software will seek out potential problems before they happen, transforming the way IT professionals manage their infrastructures.
Downtime and delays cost Aussie businesses up to $825M a year
"The conundrum facing IT decision makers is how to predict and prevent performance bottlenecks before users perceive a slowdown in responsiveness."
Kiwi developer takes Artificial Intelligence to new heights
Touchpoint Group’s Ipiphany AI program pioneers simultaneous text, speech and machine learning to help customers better understand customer behaviour.
Spending on cognitive systems will crack the billion dollar mark by 2019
"The barriers of AI, machine and deep learning are rapidly dropping. As such, cognitive systems will soon be powering a spectrum of solutions."
HPE brings machine learning to the mainstream
"The software industry is on the cusp of a new era of breakthroughs, driven by machine learning that will power data-driven applications."
Top global execs start new, AI focused venture
"We are excited to be a pioneer in enterprise artificial intelligence, offering timely, valuable, and affordable solutions to clients."