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Why computers should select business leaders – Otago study
In the near future, machines are going to have a say in who we select as leaders in organisations.
Aerohive debuts 'FAST' approach to enterprise WiFi
Aerohive is backing artificial intelligence and machine learning as technologies that provide greater insights into WiFi connectivity and features.
IRD issues more than $80 million of refunds in one week
The first two batches of automatic tax assessments have been successfully issued by Inland Revenue.
Research reveals the state of AI in Australian businesses
While Australian organisations are concerned about the impact of AI on society, the research suggests Australian businesses could be doing more to minimise the potential risks.
AI's lack of intuition is where humans excel best
Could you trust machines to make business decisions with the right amount of judgement and contextual understand that humans can? Not yet.
Red Hat and NVIDIA extend alliance to speed up AI
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the focus for this extended alliance.
Google’s scalable supercomputers now publicly available
In what it says is a bid to accelerate the largest-scale machine learning (ML) applications deployed today, Google has opened up its supercomputers.
Blockchain, edge, AI & ML - Microsoft goes all-out for devs
Microsoft is launching a swath of new developer technologies and Azure services designed to bring AI, blockchain, mixed reality, and IoT to the forefront of development.
Attunity automates streaming data pipelines for AI, ML
Data integration and big data management solutions provider Attunity has released an analytics platform designed to automate streaming data pipelines for AI, ML, and data science initiatives.
AI & ML to power the future of enterprise networks
Aerohive's Alan Amrod shares the challenges of modern enterprise networks - as well the range of benefits that AI and ML are bringing.
Datarobot celebrates one billion models built on its cloud platform
“Our customers build more than two and a half million models every day, and with each model, our solution gets smarter and more sophisticated."
Inland Revenue to shut down services later this week
“There’s never an ideal time to shut down the tax system but we’re confident the changes will make any inconvenience worthwhile.”
How to maximise the value of machine learning in cybersecurity
"Systems are growing rapidly on both sides of the cybersecurity barricade, irreversibly transforming the safety of the entire internet."
Okta launches risk-based authentication with machine learning
The new feature will allow enterprises to automate security by implementing significantly stronger authentication techniques and remediation when the scenario calls for it.
UK’s IT pros not learning fast enough to manage their environments
A new SolarWinds study has found that if the current IT workforce is to keep up with the pace of innovation, there will need to be some significant changes.
How AI could help cardiologists detect heart defects
Deep learning supposedly has the potential to help doctors cut down on diagnostic errors.
4 ways AU’s job market will change in 2019 thanks to AI and ML
Splunk's Simon Eid delves into all the difficult issues, like will robots take IT jobs and what this means for the future of jobs in AU.
Identity protection company Obsidian raises $20mil
Investor Wing led the Series B with participation from GV and Series A investor Greylock Partners.
The future of insurance in Aotearoa
When you ask Kiwis what the ideal insurance experience is, it’s essentially no experience at all. Most people don’t want to think about it and just want it to get sorted out in the background.
Raiz Invest partners with UNSW to advance machine learning
“This is about entrepreneurs tapping into the top-notch research provided by our university sector."
Robots to the fore – Key insights for New Zealand Business into RPA in 2019
From making artificial intelligence a business reality to closer ties to human colleagues, robotic process automation is gearing up for a strong 2019.
Samsung & Trade Me offer AI-powered shopping
The smartphone camera & AI-powered tech, Trade Me says, is a ‘glimpse into the future of shopping’.
ABBYY brings AI to Quanton’s RPA solutions
Quanton partners with ABBYY to provide Kiwi organisations content intelligence in process automation.
OneSpan uses AI to tackle financial account fraud
Its new solution uses machine learning to protect online and mobile channels, as well as meet compliance requirements for transactional risk analysis