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UNSW's robot soccer team face off at world cup in Sydney
About 170 teams and over 1,200 participants from universities and research laboratories around the world are expected to compete at this year’s main event.
Ambit accelerates expansion in Australia with Sydney office launch
“We look forward to partnering with Australian companies to ensure that they are well placed to be resilient to future change."
Kiwi company selected for global startup programme
AI software firm Aider has been named as one of 10 startups to take part in Mastercard's Start Path programme.
How one man used AI to curb his cat's murderous instincts
Ben Hamm is an Amazon employee who was tired of being an accessory to murder – and he used technology to help curb the problem.
IDC names Cognizant Leader for AI services
The MarketScape report praises the company’s high-touch customer service approach, value for fee paid, and broad range of AI services and platforms.
Auckland AI startup set for success in New York
Auckland-based AI software company Aider will make New York its home over the next six months, after winning a spot in the Mastercard Start Path programme.
CyberX launches automated threat extraction platform
Unlike other traditional threat intelligence, Ganymede focuses on IoT/ICS/OT-specific threat intelligence for industrial and critical infrastructure organisations.
Alteryx aims to ‘unleash AI’ with assisted modelling beta
Data-driven companies recognise the need for machine learning to succeed in business transformation.
LG and Qt partner for embedding new devices with webOS
The expanded partnership will focus on embedding LG’s open source webOS platform in future automotive, robotics and smart home devices.
Three new AI enterprise products, services from Mist
New AP uses AI to support 802.11ax, Mist Edge delivers microservices agility to the campus, and introducing AI integrated support.
The Linux Foundation backs FATE, an AI-powered data modelling framework
FATE is an open-source project initiated by Chinese digital bank WeBank's AI Group to provide a secure computing framework for building the federated AI ecosystem.
AI for fraud detection to triple by 2021 - ACFE
While only 13% of organisations use AI and machine learning to detect and deter fraud, another 25% plan to adopt such technologies in the next year or two.
Blue Prism announces acquisition of intelligent automation company
The acquisition will advance Blue Prism’s Cloud strategy with turnkey SaaS offering available across market verticals and into mid-tier enterprises on a global scale.
Aon launches cyber risk management solution in Australia
CyQu is a software-driven assessment tool designed to rapidly evaluate an enterprise’s cybersecurity profile.
Pure Storage sees a rise in self-driving hybrid cloud infrastructure
Pure Storage announced significant customer momentum for Pure1, an AI-driven, cloud-based infrastructure management and support platform.
Report: The murky world of malicious AI
"Imagine getting a video call from your boss telling you she needs you to wire cash to an account for a business trip that the company will later reimburse. DeepFakes could be used in incredibly convincing spear phishing attacks."
ABBYY launches new tool to streamline customer onboarding
“With ABBYY Mobile Web Capture, we aim to help organisations to deliver a smooth customer experience, boost profits and differentiate on the market.”
AI will improve workers' abilities, not take their jobs
AI will improve people’s ability to work faster and smarter, making them more valuable than ever.
The six AI technologies impacting project professionals
"The time is now to start thinking about how organisations can leverage AI technologies to achieve project success."
HPE brings AI to mission-critical storage management
HPE has introduced a new platform designed to bring AI capabilities into mission-critical storage management.
Getting the most out of your digital transformation journey
IDC estimates that a full 45% of companies are in the very early stages of becoming a digital business.
Manufacturers will double multicloud use in next two years
Manufacturing industry gears up to outpace average adoption of hybrid cloud by 2020, reports Nutanix.
Adobe AI detects Photoshopped faces as war against fakes continues
Adobe and researchers at UC Berkeley in the United States have teamed up to create a way of detecting image edits that were made with Photoshop Face Aware Liquify feature.
IT spread in organisations good for business, bad for security
Tech spend outside IT department creates opportunities, but increases security and consumer trust risks, finds world’s largest tech leadership survey.