Origin Energy in collaboration with Accenture and Google Cloud has launched an “Australian-first” DIY online solar tool that uses 3D data, visual AI and advanced analytics to provide customers with quick, accurate and tailored recommendations of how solar will perform on their rooftops and their potential savings within 10 minutes.
GUEST OPINION: Now a seemingly permanent part of most people’s daily lives, the shift to working from home has been a rapid and jarring experience for many organisations.
Researchers at the University of Melbourne are using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to help collect and process data from industrial Internet of Things devices.
Four thousand Post Offices, deliveries facilities and support offices across Australia have been successfully upgraded with faster and more reliable internet.
Microsoft has announced it has turned on machine language-based noise suppression by default for most Microsoft Teams customers. However, sometimes music isn’t noise but part of the call. Microsoft has announced a new music detection facility will be rolled out in late January through February.
The first System on Chip (SoC) developed by the Finnish SoC Hub consortium has been taped out. The project partners will focus next on improving the design, automation and performance of the SoC. The first of the three chips to be developed by the consortium will be ready for deployment in early 2022.
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.
If you recognise the potential artificial intelligence (AI) can bring to your business but don’t know where to start, the impact of AI on pricing optimisation, personalisation, and sales efficiency will be the most impactful types of technology investments in 2022 says Michael Wu, PhD, chief AI strategist for PROS Holdings.
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.
A new research centre that focuses on next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) technology has been established at the University of Adelaide with $20 million in funding from the Australian Government.
COMPANY NEWS: Talend, a global leader in data integration and data integrity, today announced its Fall ’21 release. Providing new service, product, and packaging innovations, Talend applies data health concepts across its platform to help everyone from business leaders to data professionals realise value from their data quickly. Talend’s latest release introduces its first solution delivered *-as-a-service, new product capabilities to accelerate data professional productivity, and an industry-first packaging option that supports unlimited rows and unlimited users to provide unmatched, predictable pricing and greater control of data costs.
Alibaba Cloud, the digital technology and intelligence backbone of China’s Alibaba Group has announced plans to expand its footprint by setting up data centres in South Korea and Thailand in 2022.
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.
GUEST OPINION by Murphy Mathew, APAC solutions engineer, IDeaS: In general, a typical hotel makes roughly five million pricing decisions every year. The sheer volume of data needed to be gathered, analysed and decided upon means it is not humanly possible for any hotel revenue manager—or team for that matter—to get every decision right, every day. Business intelligence (BI) and machine-learning, automated systems are critical today in attracting guests, maximising profitable opportunities and expediting your hotel’s pandemic recovery.
A third of financial institutions are accelerating their AI and machine learning (ML) adoption for anti-money laundering (AML) technology in response to COVID-19, according to a new AML technology study by software company SAS, accounting organisation KPMG, and the Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (Acams).
Nokia and Vodafone launched a jointly developed machine learning (ML) product, running on Google Cloud, to quickly detect and remediate network anomalies before they impact Vodafone customers.
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.
Business software provider Zoho has added the Business Intelligence Platform to its portfolio. This AI-driven system combines the newly launched Zoho DataPrep with an enhanced version of Zoho Analytics.
Austraian artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning platform for decision augmentation SourseAI has secured $1.5 million in funding to negate "gut decision-making" in the media, telco and utilities sectors.
Australian advanced machine learning company Trellis Data has successfully delivered a claimed world-first machine learning system alongside the Department of Agriculture designed to improve the nation’s biosecurity measures.
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