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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.
Data stored in DNA a reality: Nlyte co-founder shares insights
Nlyte co-founder Robert Neave says the influx of data from mobile devices means data centres need to look at new and innovative ways to store data.
Automotive cybersecurity experts Trillium win award at CyberTech Asia
Trillium has been recognized at this year’s CyberTech Asia 2018 event in Singapore thanks to its cybersecurity suite for connected vehicles.
AI-DAY: Using artificial intelligence to scam the scammers
“40% of New Zealand parents don’t think they can keep themselves safe online.”
AI-DAY: Is artificial intelligence the answer to pest control?
“I’ve never been comfortable with that idea of being called an expert."
Interview: Microsoft's Steve Guggenheimer explores AI in security
"It is too early to do everything with AI and too late to do nothing. Find a security area to work on where you think AI can help and get started.”
DataRobot to help partners bring AI within reach
DataRobot has announced a new partner programme that aims to help resellers make machine learning more accessible.
The robot-CFO is soon to be a reality - is your career AI-proof?
With more and more white collar jobs falling into the ‘could be done by software’ category, should CFO’s AI-proof their careers?
Exclusive Interview: Oracle on AI and enterprise technology challenges
Siddhartha Agarwal discusses Oracle's approach to AI and a number of other pressing issues for the enterprise space.
High demand for Google’s machine learning processor in NZ
Google’s Tensor Processing Units are hardware accelerators optimised to speed up and scale up Machine Learning workloads.
Microsoft reaches historic AI milestone in Chinese-English language translation
“The pursuit of removing language barriers to help people communicate better is fantastic."
IBM’s new AI-team to help businesses make most of new platform
IBM is preparing for the expected AI explosion with a new platform for machine learning and a team of expert consultants.
Finally! Your very own AI chief of security
Every day a piece of science-fiction becomes real. Today, it's a cybersecurity offering that learns how to protect you without straining your CPU.
Exclusive interview: Microsoft on whether AI is worth the hype
Raghu Ramakrishnan, Microsoft CTO for data and AI talks about whether AI has the capacity to deliver on its promises.
Exclusive interview: Lenovo’s Scott Tease talks AI, HPC and the power of data
"AI will not be a standalone platform. It's not a little appliance you put in the corner and all of a sudden you've got an Alexa for the data center."