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Consumers confused about AI, businesses must adapt, survey finds
Companies should find effective ways to expose customers to the benefits of AI that work to change their misperceptions and establish trust.
IDC: All enterprises must understand and plan for cognitive/AI
IDC is urging all enterprises to understand and plan for the adoption and use of cognitive and AI systems, as spend on the technologies surges.
Security researchers cite non-malware attacks as biggest business risk
Forget malware - new research from Carbon Black says that non-malware attacks are the biggest risk for businesses right now.
Film review: Ghost in the Shell - a cyberpunk look into AI and mind hacking
When you go messing around with advanced technology, what happens if your mind gets hacked? What if that hacker is a wanted cyberterrorist?
Pegasystems unveils AI and robotics capabilities to optimise CRM solution
Pega’s workforce intelligence capabilities use robotic automation and AI to understand how sales and service agents work.
AI, the end of cloud, intelligent everything - Cisco's top trends to watch this year
"Social and cultural concerns will confront technological change, as it radically impacts employment, trust and education."
Gartner: Why there is No Intelligence in AI
AI is not one thing, it’s many. There are many, different amazing innovations at various levels of gestation.
IBM & Salesforce reveal global AI partnership
“I'm thrilled to form an alliance with IBM—no company’s core values are as close to Salesforce’s as IBM’s. It’s the best of both worlds.”
Move over, Silicon Valley: Two Kiwi companies are bringing AI to legal services
“Our plan is to create a credible and global AI business you would be hard pressed to find in Silicon Valley,” Mirpuri says.
Cylance is now one of the top 50 companies leading the AI revolution
AI security pioneers Cylance have been named one of Fortune Magazine’s ’50 companies leading the AI revolution'.
Meltwater acquires Oxford University AI spinout Wrapidity
Meltwater recently announced the acquisition of Wrapidity Limited, an artificial intelligence (AI) company that originated from Oxford University.
Ovum: What to expect at Mobile World Conference 2017
The Ovum analysts’ expectations from the world’s largest mobile conference
AI set to boost revenues for communications service providers
A new technology released by NEC is said to simplify business operations, reduce costs and complexities, and consequently increase revenues.
ICIT paper reveals why signature-based malware prevention is dead
New research from ICIT says that cybersecurity that uses artificial intelligence (AI) is the way forward, because traditional solutions are now dead.
Air NZ makes moves in AI technology with its very own chatbot
“There’s no doubt that AI is the future, allowing customers to better self serve, further improving the customer experience."
Cylance gains top spot in Magic Quadrant for second year running
Cylance has been positioned as a ‘Visionary’ in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Endpoint Protection Platforms for the second year running.
Inside Salesforce Einstein: The AI that can help CRM work smarter
Competitors may shrug off Einstein as a marketing gimmick, Salesforce says it’s a new layer of intelligence that makes things smarter.
Artificial intelligence: IBM and Microsoft CEOs talk about "new collar" jobs
Digital skills and "new collar jobs" are vital to economic development, growth, and consumption.
New study to delve into the murky world of AI’s effects on law, ethics and morality
Artificial intelligence (AI) is slowly working its way into New Zealand but what that means for our laws and policies is still a great unknown.
Australia leading the world in AI technology
Australian businesses are spending big on AI technology, investing on average $6 million a year - a huge sum that is second only to the US.
Artificial Intelligence: Out of the futurists’ lab, into the real world of networks and cybersecurity
Artificial Intelligence to the rescue! AI is widely seen by scientists, vendors and even enterprise IT professionals as the next step in cyber defense
Exec commentary: Don’t miss an opportunity - dive into Innovation’s deep end
AI & VR are by far this year’s on-trend acronyms. But despite being swept up in the hype, Australian business leaders are still hesitant to adopt.
Updated: Westcon lands Cylance distie deal, ANZ excluded
“Westcon’s geographic footprint and technical capabilities in key regions make them an ideal partner as we expand our footprint all over the globe."
More doors opening for cybercriminals: Is AI the answer?
Digitisation has vastly increased the surface area for cybercriminals to attack - Cylance believes the solution lies in artificial intelligence.