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Isentia infuses AI into media monitoring capabilities
Boundary Detection is designed to isolate relevant news items that would otherwise be difficult to determine in some forms of media.
NZ's tech news sails in the slipstream of healthy tech sector
Techday's managing editor explains how New Zealand's tech media flies under the radar, but it doesn't mean we're dead.
Nutanix partners with Avid to bring HCI to the media industry
“This collaboration offers companies a multi-cloud solution to easily support business-critical apps in the industry while providing a platform that is simple, flexible, and powerful.”
Alibaba Cloud and Animal Logic extend collaboration
Through this partnership, the parties hope to drive efficiencies of media production by utilising more cloud computing technologies, according to a statement.
Freeview launches new On Demand experience
The new Freeview On Demand supposedly provides a more seamless experience.
‘Significant demand’ drives Wasabi to open new data center on west coast
The media and entertainment industry is fuelling Wasabi's expansion at the moment, with the new facility connecting Hollywood and Silicon Valley.
Trust, truth, and ethics – AI’s role in the media
The conclusion drawn was AI is not at the stage when it can take the place of writers, or popular presenters, but is at the stage that it can support.
DIGMYIDEA Maori Innovation Challenge launches
The DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge is now open, with the competition calling on budding Māori digital entrepreneurs to put their ideas forward.
By the time you reach around the half-hour mark of Eraserhead, one question will have surfaced in your mind.
A taste of home
In fact, the site has benefited so much from a recent revamp that its traffic has trebled in the last year alone.
De-duplication technology poised to take over storage market
Li said the technology will replace tapes and that data de-duplication will do for the storage industry what the iPod did for the music industry.