Cognitive systems stories
Beyond Limits hits $133 million in Series C investment round
The company, which focuses on demanding sectors such as energy, utilities and healthcare, says the investment will help to drive the global expansion of AI technology.
TIBCO adds support for Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services
“TIBCO has leveraged the power of Azure Cognitive Services to give customers even greater flexibility when deploying AI solutions - from performing equipment asset management and analysing functionality, to identifying anomalous data points and alerting a case manager.”
BMC adds RPA to Helix with Automation Anywhere
With new support for RPA, BMC Helix will enable enterprises to use bots to automate service desk processes.
IDC report: global AI spend to reach US$19 billion in 2018
The analyst also forecasts that cognitive and AI spending will grow to $52.2 billion in 2021.
Interview: Progress on cognitive computing, IoT & the future of app development
Ultimately, to achieve the full benefit of cloud computing, an IT solution must become cloud-native.
New technologies driving ICT spend to double the rate of GDP growth
New technologies are driving ICT spend back to double the rate of GDP growth, IDC says. So which technologies are leading the way?
Retail and banking leading cognitive and AI systems growth
Retail and banking are driving demand for cognitive and AI systems according to IDC which says APAC will be the second largest market come 2021.
Exclusive: Frost & Sullivan talks AI, robo-advisors and frictionless shopping
AI is here, right now. Frost & Sullivan ANZ head of research for DX Audrey William sits down to chat with us about how AI is changing business.
Brainwave! Brazilian man drives a Formula One car with his mind
“The car doesn’t have pedals, it doesn’t have a steering wheel, it doesn’t have anything. It’s just him and his mind, driving it forward."
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.
IBM Watson has a new job: Cognitive cybersecurity expert
Watson has spent the past year training in cybersecurity language from more than one million security documents, and is now being integrated into SOC.
Mike Smith returns to IBM following 17 years in the ICT industry
“I can see huge opportunities for IBM to bring global technology and expertise to solve real problems for New Zealanders.”
Global domination: AI and cognitive systems behind colossal revenue
New research from IDC illustrates the worldwide demand for AI and cognitive systems.
Cognitive systems industry driving more knowledge into IT learning
The global cognitive systems market will generate revenues worth $50 billion between 2016 and 2020, aided by development of self-learning IT systems.
A modern solution for a modern problem: IBM tackles cyber security
"By leveraging Watson’s ability to bring context to huge amounts of unstructured data, impossible for people to process, we will bring new insights."
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IBM experiences drop in revenue across nearly all segments
"IBM will continue to invest as we transform our operations, expanding our industry expertise and our cognitive and cloud capabilities."
Spending on cognitive systems will crack the billion dollar mark by 2019
"The barriers of AI, machine and deep learning are rapidly dropping. As such, cognitive systems will soon be powering a spectrum of solutions."
Cognitive computing proves to be huge disruptive force
"The markets for these cognitively enabled applications and cognitive software platforms is just beginning, and IDC expects spending to accelerate."
Cloudera and Fusionex team up to harness the power of big data
“We at Fusionex are committed to this strategic partnership, where both parties will benefit from each other to drive joint success."
Cognitive systems: the next wave
"Intelligent applications based on AI and cognitive systems are the next wave of technology, transforming how enterprises work, learn and play."