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Cybersecurity teams preferring human results shows mistrust in AI
30% of respondents in a survey cited intuition as the most important human element in security analysis.
Interview: LogRhythm's Simon Howe on AI and cybersecurity
The vice president of APAC sales for LogRhythm talks to Techday about user and entity behaviour analytics, and how AI and ML can revolutionise responses to cyber threats.
AI will be unstoppable with market value to jump 457% by 2025
As a result of AI entering the mainstream, one in five workers in a nonroutine job will rely on it for at least part of their role, according to Learnbonds.
Playform's new AI a 'creative soulmate' for artists, says founder
Playform is developed for artists and creators who want to use a touch of AI in their work.
Enlisting analytics and AI to contain the next pandemic
Given today’s proliferation of data sources and advances in technology, we are now far better equipped to address disease outbreaks.
AI Forum releases guidelines on development and use of AI in New Zealand
"We can't turn away from the challenges and risks that artificial intelligence can present, especially when good intent or inclusivity are absent."
IDC names Mindfields ‘leading RPA service provider’
Named as one of the leading service providers in the recently released IDC Perspective: Six Capabilities from Leading RPA Service Providers.
Are businesses failing their customers? New research delves into customer experience
New research indicates that businesses are not meeting changing expectations, with only 17% of organisations in Asia Pacific saying customers rate brand experiences as fully satisfactory.
The tech on the frontlines of the fight against COVID-19
GlobalData explains how emerging technologies are being deployed to help keep the spread of the virus in check.
Honeywell launches ML solution to reduce buildings' energy consumption
Machine learning autonomously adjusts building energy settings to deliver up to 10% energy savings, says Honeywell.
AI adoption stalling despite huge industry growth
Caution has risen in tandem with the global emergence of AI technologies.
GlobalData: Wipro shows no sign of slowing after banner year
With 2019 seeing a series of good fortune and success for the IT services company, GlobalData’s insights say sentiments are looking up.
Fortinet introduces new AI to combat cybersecurity threats
FortiAI leverages deep learning known as Deep Neural Networks, which mimic neurons in the human brain.
5G smartphone shipments to increase 700% in 2020
The research paper released by Omdia explores the worldwide impact derived from the introduction of 5G
Interview: DataRobot on how AI augments human thinking in business
" AIs are computer systems, and as such, they are best at repetitive tasks, mathematics, data manipulation, and parallel processing.”
DataRobot & Snowflake dig deeper into AI automation
The new integration simplifies data movement between DataRobot’s enterprise AI platform and Snowflake’s enterprise data platform.
Predictions for the print industry in 2020
Disruption in the print sector is likely to create significant opportunities this year for savvy organisations.
44% of CIOs think their AI comprehension 'not very successful' - survey
The data showed 41% of organisations are using artificial intelligence (AI) in some way, which has doubled from just 19% the previous year.
Avaya brings Google Cloud AI capabilities to A/NZ contact centres
Avaya has launched Google Cloud AI-powered contact centre capabilities in Australia, enabling Australian and New Zealand organisations to deliver automated and assisted customer experiences (CX) for real time intelligence.
We’re still not ready for AI’s impact on employment
Australian individuals and companies “will need new skills and frameworks to be equipped to navigate the inevitable change ahead.”
Gartner: The state of data and analytics in Australia and New Zealand
"In addition to spending on technology, organisations are finding they need to invest more in change management and culture in order to get value from data."
AI tech to bolster suicide prevention efforts in Australia
New project will utilise artificial intelligence to streamline clinical records to better inform responses to suicide prevention.
Controlling eDiscovery spend, security, and cloud top priorities for enterprise legal departments
"The demand for speed amid escalating risks and ever-growing amounts of data is pushing legal departments and law firms to automate routine tasks and inject machine learning and AI into daily operations."
Maintaining uptime in the data center is no game of checkers
How Intel memory failure prediction uses AI to reduce server crashes caused by hardware failures