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Blaize launches open, code-free AI software platform
“This ease of use enables AI edge app development for wider teams from AI developers to system builders to business domain subject matter experts."
Juniper reveals new partner programme for 2021
The programme introduces new opportunities for partners to capture business through Juniper’s AI-Driven enterprise strategy.
IBM unveils new Watson capabilities to help scale use of AI
"This past year has shown us that the real power of AI is in helping companies take action and respond to changing conditions in real time."
RPA and talent the key to powering businesses
Robotic Process Automation creates a digital workforce, using machine learning to work autonomously or in partnership with human employees. This combines human creativity and judgement with the reliability and predictability of robots.
IEEE gears up for World Forum on the Internet of Things 2021
Mark your calendar - these are the dates you need to know for the World Forum on Internet of Things 2021.
How CISOs can come out on top of the cyber arms race
CISOs must determine what their organisation’s security goals are, including the organisation’s risk profile and appetite, and, of course, their budget.
AWS SageMaker gets nine new capabilities
The updates to the machine learning platform aim to meet the needs of existing ML developers and reduce barrier-to-entry for new users.
Avast and Borsetta join Intel to power AI research
The new collaboration’s purpose is to advance and develop technologies that strengthen privacy and trust for decentralised AI.
GlobalData: Machine learning a hot topic amongst AI influencers
As well as machine learning, big data and data science emerged as the most mentioned trends among the AI influencer discussions.
DXC Technology partners with Microsoft to deliver modern workplace solution
The platform will leverage several of Microsoft’s services, including Microsoft 365, Teams, Dynamics 365 and Power Platform.
Cyber Security Cloud launches WafCharm on Microsoft Azure
Already available to more than one million Amazon AWS users around the world, this launch provides Azure users with AI operation of Web Application Firewall (WAF) rules, expanding WafCharms availability to 60% of the world's cloud users.
Three steps to achieve a better patient experience using data in the healthcare industry
Introducing new technology to the healthcare industry beyond COVID-19 will be complicated. The only thing that can simplify it is well-organised data insights.
rapidMATION to resell DRUID chatbot platform after forming partnership
An AI-driven, no-code chatbot authoring platform, DRUID features natural language processing technology with support for over 40 languages and integrates with the UiPath platform.
Is the 'fast follower' mentality holding back anti-money laundering in Australia?
The decade-old rules-based systems cannot keep up with sophisticated cyberattacks and money laundering threats on their own, writes FICO financial crimes leader for APAC Timothy Choon.
Digital enviro tech could save companies money but adoption is slow
According to a report from Frost & Sullivan and Envirosuite, environmental management tools can bring growth, innovation and bottom-line savings.
Cybercriminals are leveraging AI for malicious use
"At a time where the public is getting increasingly concerned about the possible misuse of AI, we have to be transparent about the threats."
IDTechEx: the role of emerging tech in fighting COVID-19
2020 will go down in history for the year of the global pandemic, but also for the rise of innovative digital technologies.
RMIT researchers create ‘light-powered’ AI chip
The nanoscale advance combines the core software needed to drive artificial intelligence with image-capturing hardware in a single electronic device.
Lenovo launches two new ThinkSystem computing solutions
The company has launched its Lenovo ThinkSystem SD650-N V2 and ThinkSystem SR670 V2 solutions, which uses Lenovo's Neptune liquid cooling technology and NVIDIA GPUs.
NVIDIA launches next-gen AI 'data center in a box'
NVIDIA states that the workgroup server is more than four times faster than the previous generation of DGX station.
Why 2021 will be the year of catch-up
The transition to remote work and new online contactless business models is not temporary and is affecting the future strategy on how organisations invest in cybersecurity, writes Radware vice president and managing director for EMEA and LATAM, Rob Hartley.
IBM partners with AMD to collaborate on AI, HPC, and Confidential Computing
IBM and AMD have announced a new multi-year joint development agreement in a bid to enhance and extend the security and artificial intelligence offerings of both companies.
QLD firm Fireball International fights fire with AI
Fireball’s FUEGO intelligence system can detect fires, track fire growth, and mobilise emergency services.
Infosys launches Applied AI to help enterprise
“We have seen constraints to businesses on their journey to adopting AI."