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Databricks launches new features for data analytics platform
Databricks has released new features for its platform for greater security, proactive administration and automation across the data and machine learning lifecycle.
DXC announces collaboration with Tradeshift to automate payments
DXC says its collaboration with Tradeshift allows enterprises to deploy DXC Bionix to transform this function into an automated, business-process-as-a-service model.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
Aussie AI company receives patent for machine learning tech
It was the company’s semi-supervised question answering machine that received the patent. As such, Flamingo AI is now the owner of Australian Patent No. 2018223010.
Google Cloud scores new contract with Lufthansa Group
Google Cloud’s infrastructure and machine learning capabilities will support Lufthansa Group’s new operation platform.
Cloudera: Taking a unified approach to fighting financial crime
With the volume of valuable financial data increasing by the second, how do businesses ensure they balance expectations for robust security controls from customers with their need for convenience?
Fox Sports upgrades Monty, the AI-based cricket wicket predictor
Monty works by using historical data from previous matches as well as live data, such as player behaviour and pitch conditions, to determine the chance of a wicket.
Cybersecurity: The top three predictions that will headline 2020
"Collecting data from various systems, tools and devices and the application of analytics, AI and machine learning will gain speed."
True AI – A long and winding road?
It is time to put aside the hype and grandiose claims and consider what we, and the marketers, actually mean by “intelligence”.
Snowflake furthers AWS integration with AI/ML certification
Increases investments in its relationship with AWS in the areas of ML/AI and customer connectivity.
How mathematics can limit gender bias in AI & ML
A new research paper outlines how machine learning designers can safeguard their creations against the undesirable effects of racial and gender bias.
A new generation of chatbots: is your business ready?
Intelligent chatbots combine the power of automation with the power of AI to offer a much richer range of services.
Online retailers adopting AI high rates, but still have room to improve
"Retailers are not usually technology experts. However, with new developments in AI and ML, it's gotten easier to quickly improve site performance without being a search expert."
Major security, privacy and ethical blindspots in AI development
Security, privacy and ethics are low-priority issues for developers when modelling their machine learning solutions.
Melbourne uni researchers at the forefront of forensics technology
Researchers at Monash University in Melbourne Australia are working with industry professionals to develop technology that will help forensic investigators to track bullet paths in shooting victims.
DXC Connect named ExtraHop’s 2019 Breakthrough Partner
DXC Connect has built out a major service offering focused on the ExtraHop suite of cloud-native network detection and response (NDR) solutions.
Turnitin looks to AI to detect student cheaters
Turnitin is incorporating artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI and ML) to tackle the problem of contract cheating.
Kiwi software startup and AWS create new tool to empower businesses
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has helped Quantiful, the New Zealand based software startup, to create the world’s first consumer, insight-led business planning tool QU.
BlackBerry invests in the evolution of cybersecurity innovation
“Today’s cybersecurity industry is rapidly advancing and BlackBerry Labs will operate as its own business unit solely focused on innovating and developing the technologies of tomorrow."
Data integrity key to a secure, AI-driven enterprise - ManageEngine
AI will provide opportunities for Australian organisations to innovate and differentiate themselves across all areas of business, according to PwC.