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Why computers should select business leaders – Otago study
In the near future, machines are going to have a say in who we select as leaders in organisations.
Supermicro AI validated for deployment with NVIDIA EGX Edge
“Supermicro is committed to helping companies modernise their data centres and edge infrastructure."
Researchers create AI-enabled computer keyboard malware
Researchers at Israel’s Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have created a proof-of-concept attack that can mimic the way people write via their computer keyboards.
Aerohive debuts 'FAST' approach to enterprise WiFi
Aerohive is backing artificial intelligence and machine learning as technologies that provide greater insights into WiFi connectivity and features.
Hitachi and Virtusa Partner to advance AI in financial services
Hitachi and Virtusa plan to launch the first jointly developed AI solutions to financial services organisations by early 2020.
IRD shuts down fraudulent direct debit scam
“We’re working with the police and banks to investigate further and anyone who has been left out of pocket will be reimbursed."
Key trends emerging in digital transformation approaches
When working with board members and business stakeholders that are inherently suspicious of emerging technology, there is no room for error.
WorkFusion and NEC partner to bring AI-driven RPA to global markets
"We designed our platform with intelligence and analytics at its core."
AppDynamics launches partner programme for AIOps
Every vendor in the Integration Partner Program has been carefully assessed to ensure integrations answer enterprises’ most critical needs.
Hitachi and Virtusa look to advance AI in financial services
"Financial services companies need to implement emerging technologies like AI to stay competitive, identify new clients, and serve new markets."
QNAP partners with ULINK for AI drive health monitoring
The service aims to provide QNAP NAS users with an early indication of potential drive issues, to avoid expensive downtime and business disruptions.
TCL Electronics releases first ever 8K TV
TCL Electronics hopes its newest release will ‘propel at-home entertainment to new heights’.
SailPoint launches AI-powered cloud identity platform
SailPoint Predictive Identity is built on big data and machine learning (ML) technology which enables an AI-driven approach to identity governance.
Epson buys into AI company Cross Compass
It uses deep learning techniques to analyse data, provide AI consulting services and develops and provides algorithms and neural networks.
The journey towards becoming an AI-driven enterprise
"An important aspect of integrating an AI-driven approach across your organisation is to encourage all your employees to identify the challenges in the business that could be tackled by AI."
Domino's new smart tech keeps an eye on pizza quality
The humble pizza can cause rage amongst friends and family if it’s not made right. A piece of pineapple on ‘your’ half of the pizza? Sacrilege!
Westpac NZ collaborates with local AI startup
“Banking relationships are critical to SMEs and we look forward to working with Westpac to help serve their customers.”
Qualtrics launches AI data cleansing tool
The aim of the product is to leave businesses with genuine responses and quality data, for example to run more accurate research studies.
Only one in four Kiwis trust organisations to protect personal data
“Trust is absolutely critical for organisations to succeed in this digital world."
Youthline’s new AI-powered support service is now live
"As a company with powerful AI technology, it's our duty to use it for the greater good and help young New Zealanders to get the help they need."
Barracuda launches bot protection feature for firewall offerings
Bots have evolved from using simple scripts to using sophisticated tactics such as headless browsers and machine learning to break through traditional application security defences.
Research reveals the state of AI in Australian businesses
While Australian organisations are concerned about the impact of AI on society, the research suggests Australian businesses could be doing more to minimise the potential risks.
Why AI will be procurement’s greatest ally
"AI can help identify emerging suppliers, technologies and products in specific categories."
Why the retail industry has misplaced network priorities
“For retail organisations unplanned network outages can impact both revenue and reputation significantly."