Displaying items by tag: artificial intellgence

Adult entertainment company Pornhub today announced the release of 20 early 20th-century erotic films, recolourised using machine learning algorithms applied to over 100,000 of Pornhub’s current library of adult videos and images.

Published in Data

Edge computing technology vendor Adlink Technology today introduced the industry's first embedded MXM-based graphics modules based on Nvidia’s Turing architecture. The new modules will accelerate edge-based artificial intelligence inference in constrained applications.

Published in Hardware

Machine learning promises to help organisations of all sizes deal with the vast mass of data being accumulated, but it’s still science fiction for many. AWS has launched a new, free course to demystify it all, including where it is best suited to solve business challenges.

Published in Education

Fujitsu has announced the development of an AI based technology that can recognise and analyse complex human movements.

Published in Development

Global software companies, Microsoft and SAS, today announced an extensive technology and go-to-market partnership, bringing the “empowered cloud” in the form of SAS integrations inside Microsoft’s entire cloud portfolio, and Azure becoming the preferred platform for SAS Cloud.

Published in Enterprise Cloud

The world’s largest food manufacturer, Nestlé, has embedded SAS analytics into key processes to help sense consumer demand more accurately and reliably across the globe.

Published in Data

Two global firms have combined their specialties to provide what they describe as the most comprehensive, open-compatible artificial intelligence framework for the Internet of Things.

Published in Data
Wednesday, 29 August 2018 15:05

IT entering a new era: Dell EMC exec

The IT industry is going through another transition phase in its evolution, according to Dell EMC president and chief technology officer John Roese.

Published in Strategy

The impact of artificial intelligence on regional telecommunications, higher education and the urban environment will be the focus of a new research group launched today as part of a new alliance between Optus Business and Curtin University.

Published in Development

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