Displaying items by tag: Artificial Intelligence

American efforts to curb chip sales in China have not succeeded, according to an analysis of data for 2020 by the Semiconductor Industry Association, a lobby group for the US semiconductor industry.

Published in Hardware

Australian learners expressed interest in topics such as artificial intelligence, Microsoft Excel, financial markets, Korean, and mental health and well-being, reflecting that they recognise the shifting nature of work and the changing contemporary social and cultural landscape, according to online learning platform Coursera’s annual study of learner trends.

Published in Education

GUEST OPINION: Hit ‘sustainability Australia’ into a search engine, and the results reveal a broad spectrum of issues: farming, solar power, irrigation, Great Barrier Reef, e-vehicles, e-homes and forestry, and many more.

Published in Guest Opinion

GUEST RESEARCH: Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning are applied in cybersecurity, but their applications may not always work as intended. To ensure that its applications work, AI Uses in Blue Team Security, a new publication by IT governance professional association Isaca, takes a look at AI, ML, and DL applications in cybersecurity to determine what is working, what is not, what looks encouraging for the future, and what may be more hype than substance.

Published in Guest Research

Sydney and Newcastle are deploying artificial intelligence and edge computing technology in a trial to improve customer journey, safety, and increase transport service reliability.

Published in Government Tech

A powerful new Artificial Intelligence-driven counter-fraud capability designed to stop online crooks in their tracks was today switched on by Aussie debit payments scheme eftpos, as the organisation "doubles on security smarts to help level the battlefield for consumers, merchants and crime fighters."

Published in Business IT

GUEST INTERVIEW: Juniper's quest to uncover exceptionally advanced, AI-powered wired and Wi-Fi connectivity is reaping rich rewards for enterprises, universities and organisations, with Dartmouth College an excellent example, as Juniper is set to speak at QUESTnet 2021 at QUT, Nov 29 to Dec 1.

Published in Guest Interviews

Data Futurology invites you to a fireside chat around trust dimensions within ethics, with Colin Priest, global lead AI Governance, DataRobot, and Aurelie Jacquet, chair of Standards Australia Committee on Artificial Intelligence.

Published in Data

We all know sitting at a computer can be so sedentary and while we think about the size of our middle, we might not be thinking as much about whether we’re sitting straight and comfortably. CZUR has the answer with a nifty gadget that securely watches you and lets you know if you're being a slouch.

IBM today announced the launch of its new Environmental Intelligence Suite to help companies anticipate and respond to climate risks such as flooding and wildfires while providing insights to improve resiliency and meet sustainability goals.

Published in Climate

Devoli has gone straight to the source for the good sauce on using the force of powerful AI, with SourseAI’s leading AI platform for telco decision automation what Devoli will use to support customers and partners to adopt machine learning.

Published in Resellers

RMIT’s Centre for Industrial AI Research and Innovation will work with AI researchers and industry partners to help them develop innovations in digital technology to meet their business needs.

Published in Education

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world has seen increased adoption of video calls whether for personal or business use. Thus, it also unravelled challenges and opportunities, according to a new study by conversational service automation company Uniphore.

Published in Guest Research

Government-owned geospatial data company Geoscape Australia has partnered with Israeli artificial intelligence start-up GeoX to use machine vision and deep learning technology to enhance its 3D digital maps of Australia.

Published in Deals

Analytics Plus, a software product of IT management company ManageEngine, can now decode data fast to provide companies trend insights and to help them with strategic decisions.

Published in Business Software
Wednesday, 14 July 2021 21:45

Extracting maximum meaning from data science

GUEST OPINION by Peter O’Connor, Vice President – Sales, Asia Pacific, Snowflake:  As the amount of digital data in the world continues to grow exponentially, extracting meaning from it is becoming an increasingly challenging task.

Published in Guest Opinion

IBM has announced a new five-year deal with SpinTel, an independent Australian telecommunications and internet service provider. The deal will use IBM’s hybrid cloud and Watson AI to improve customer experience, including reducing waiting times.

Published in Deals

Nearly twice as many companies had begun adopting artificial intelligence in 2020 compared to 2019, a sponsored study by Dataiku found out. The study also found that almost half of organisations investing in AI have implemented enterprise platforms to consolidate their resources.

Published in Data

GUEST OPINION: A recent study found that in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, about 49 per cent of CIOs said that their budgets had declined. The same study said that at this point, about 56 per cent of CIOs said that their budgets had returned to pre-COVID levels and the number one driver of that was the universal need for digital transformation (1), something that 77.3 per cent of CIOs said was a major priority moving forward. (2) 

Published in Guest Articles

Financial services provider Suncorp is using Genesys Contact Centre to deliver personalised experiences to its ANZ customers.

Published in Business Software




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