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Google makes music with machine learning
NSynth Super is part of an ongoing experiment by Magenta, a research project within Google.
Exclusive interview: The story of Lenovo's data center business
"That's where I think we are positioned well. But I'm always fearful, I think if you don't fear around you, you're never going to be successful."
Cloudera expands machine learning & data analytics footprint
Example use cases include answering complex questions about customer “next-best-offer”, IoT predictive maintenance, and advanced threat detection.
Callaghan Innovation awards R&D grant to AI startup
Ambit is conceivably one of the youngest companies to receive the grant at ten months old.
Cisco report finds AI & machine learning still hot topics in cybersecurity
AI & machine learning in cybersecurity prove to be hot topics amongst security professionals and they’re looking to spend more on those tools.
Grant Thornton Australia strengthens cyber defences with Darktrace security
Growth advisory firm Grant Thornton Australia has partnered with IT service provider The Missing Link to deploy Darktrace cybersecurity.
Google Cloud TPU machine learning accelerators now available in beta
Google has open-sourced a set of reference high-performance Cloud TPU model implementations.
Sophos' Intercept X dives into deep learning for security
Next-generation endpoint security provider Sophos is taking advanced deep learning neural networks to the fight against malware.
APJ business leaders can't agree on future of human-machine partnerships
We are moving into the next era of human-machine partnerships – but, with a divided vision of the future.
Exclusive Interview - Sophos’ next-level AI security solution
A/NZ GM Ashley Warne claims that this offering will stop never before seen cyber attacks, is easy to sell and will work alongside current systems.
Peer-to-peer lending company Harmoney picks DataRobot for credit risk assessment AI
The machine learning models Harmoney has created with DataRobot are trained on data captured from more than 300,000 loan applications.
Three ways artificial intelligence is making buildings smarter
In an ideal world, data anomalies would be automatically detected by AI-algorithms, and then immediately triaged and root cause identified.
Milestone reinforce importance of AI in surveillance at MIPS
Themed ‘Creating an intelligent world’, the winning topic of the day was around AI developments in security and surveillance.
AU one of the world’s AI superpowers with second-highest deployment
New research from Infosys revealed 89 percent of AU businesses have deployed AI technology, leaving many employees worried about their jobs.
How to stop 'sleeper-agent' hackers from causing havoc
Organisations can no longer rely on prevention-centric strategies, rather, they have to be proactive.
Air New Zealand launching as a skill on Amazon Alexa
The device hits stores in New Zealand and Australia in early February.
Gartner outlines the future of global IT spending
Between IoT, AI and blockchain, how will IT investment fair over the next few years?
Darktrace deploys AI security for Western Australia law firm
Western Australia law firm Jackson McDonald has beefed up its information security with AI technology from Darktrace.
ANZ - world leaders in IoT but held back by security fears
53% of ANZ respondents ranked artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning as an important technology initiative in their company.
Why Australia leads the world on automation and emerging technologies
ServiceNow's David Oakley breaks down a global survey which found that Aussie CIO's are leading the way for adoption of new technology.
FireEye Picks up X15 Software in big data push
FireEye says the acquisition is expected to give them significant additional data management capabilities.
CASB Bitglass announces zero-day cloud app indexing with machine learning
Zero-day Shadow IT Discovery works by crawling the web, and several other curated datasets to identify, categorise and classify new cloud apps.
2018 to be the ‘year of the self-learning data organisation’
Whatever the industry or business need, organising data in 2018 should be a top priority for companies big and small.
From in vogue to in production: MapR predicts a rise in enterprise AI
IDC predicts that the percentage of useful data will grow from 22% in 2013 to 37% in 2020, even as the volume of data available grows exponentially.