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Cloudera adds machine learning solutions to Microsoft Azure
Cloudera announced three solutions and cloud services operated on Microsoft Azure that enable data-driven enterprise organisations to capitalise on large-scale data sets.
Azure used to ‘learn’ when epilepsy patients will have a seizure
A new project is using data analytics and machine learning to predict when a patient will have a seizure and warn them in advance.
How ML and IoT will shake up Aussie business
An industry expert gives his view on exactly how machine learning and the internet of things will change the way businesses operate in Australia.
SAP aims to use AI to redefine the employee experience
SAP announced two key additions to the SAP SuccessFactors HCM Suite that aims to redefine how people engage and interact with the technology they use at work.
Cloudera appoints new A/NZ country manager to drive growth in the region
As country manager, Hoskins will be responsible for building and strengthening Cloudera’s partner ecosystem.
Exclusive interview: RSA on the road to AI security
Organisations are now capable of leveraging AI as its advanced to the point of addressing critical issues in cybersecurity.
Interview: Vault Cloud illuminates secure govt cloud in the machine learning age
“If you want security, sovereignty, and privacy aspects to be combined with the benefits of AI, it’s really about using a government community cloud."
The exponential potential of AI within a business environment
AI could completely change the way businesses approach marketing.
Mimicry Tech the first Southland team in Mahuki innovation accelerator
"Having access to all of Te Papa, its people and research will be invaluable for Southland’s arts and heritage scene."
Gartner Hype Cycle: Five technology trends critical to business longevity
These technologies promise to deliver a competitive advantage over the next 10 years.
IoT and machine learning are driving network transformation
IDC forecasts global IoT spending to surpass US$1 trillion in 2020, with APJ leading the way.
FireEye brings machine learning to endpoint security solution
The machine learning model is trained with both public and private data sources, including data gathered from over 15 million endpoint agents.
Alibaba Cloud fires shots with 9 new products and partner programme
Alibaba Cloud has invested a significant amount of resources into its latest suite of products and partner programme.
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?
Intelligent cybersecurity systems - before it's too late
With all of the benefits that machine learning brings to any cybersecurity analytics system, can you really afford not to make that step?
Oracle is leveraging machine learning to increase productivity
Oracle’s new self-driving database cloud service is supposedly built to run the world's most demanding applications.
The new approach to AI: Why businesses rush to deploy machine learning
DataRobot offers an enterprise machine learning platform that supposedly empowers users of all skill levels.
Dell EMC adds new AI management solutions
The solutions include AI libraries, compute, networking and storage, as well as deployment, support and education.
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.
Backup vendor launches SaaS app to tackle ransomware
Known as a provider of backup solutions for enterprises and data centres, Rubrik has changed the mould after taking a new approach to security.
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.
Make the pre-emptive strike against cyberattacks with threat hunting
Threat hunting starts with the assumption that bad actors have already breached perimeter defences and are operating inside the environment.
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.
Artificial intelligence in the data centre
From security to data management, the potential impact of AI on the data centre market is significant.