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Three steps to achieve a better patient experience using data in the healthcare industry
Introducing new technology to the healthcare industry beyond COVID-19 will be complicated. The only thing that can simplify it is well-organised data insights.
rapidMATION to resell DRUID chatbot platform after forming partnership
An AI-driven, no-code chatbot authoring platform, DRUID features natural language processing technology with support for over 40 languages and integrates with the UiPath platform.
Is the 'fast follower' mentality holding back anti-money laundering in Australia?
The decade-old rules-based systems cannot keep up with sophisticated cyberattacks and money laundering threats on their own, writes FICO financial crimes leader for APAC Timothy Choon.
Digital enviro tech could save companies money but adoption is slow
According to a report from Frost & Sullivan and Envirosuite, environmental management tools can bring growth, innovation and bottom-line savings.
Cybercriminals are leveraging AI for malicious use
"At a time where the public is getting increasingly concerned about the possible misuse of AI, we have to be transparent about the threats."
IDTechEx: the role of emerging tech in fighting COVID-19
2020 will go down in history for the year of the global pandemic, but also for the rise of innovative digital technologies.
RMIT researchers create ‘light-powered’ AI chip
The nanoscale advance combines the core software needed to drive artificial intelligence with image-capturing hardware in a single electronic device.
Lenovo launches two new ThinkSystem computing solutions
The company has launched its Lenovo ThinkSystem SD650-N V2 and ThinkSystem SR670 V2 solutions, which uses Lenovo's Neptune liquid cooling technology and NVIDIA GPUs.
NVIDIA launches next-gen AI 'data center in a box'
NVIDIA states that the workgroup server is more than four times faster than the previous generation of DGX station.
Why 2021 will be the year of catch-up
The transition to remote work and new online contactless business models is not temporary and is affecting the future strategy on how organisations invest in cybersecurity, writes Radware vice president and managing director for EMEA and LATAM, Rob Hartley.
IBM partners with AMD to collaborate on AI, HPC, and Confidential Computing
IBM and AMD have announced a new multi-year joint development agreement in a bid to enhance and extend the security and artificial intelligence offerings of both companies.
QLD firm Fireball International fights fire with AI
Fireball’s FUEGO intelligence system can detect fires, track fire growth, and mobilise emergency services.
Infosys launches Applied AI to help enterprise
“We have seen constraints to businesses on their journey to adopting AI."
CyberArk launches AI-powered service to remove excessive cloud permissions
“Cloud adoption has massively accelerated, but as new environments and cloud services are deployed, thousands of identity-based permissions are created – many of which go overlooked."
AI, biometrics and 5G amongst the eight cybersecurity trends that will shape 2021
"The only way to stay one step ahead of the attackers is to know what they are planning and to be prepared."
Dell Technologies drives innovation with latest solutions for HPC and AI
“Data is the fuel driving innovations that can transform human lives. A crucial step in the process is to derive meaningful insights from data."
Aruba research: Value from data depends on the edge
Orgs with more mature Edge deployments are more likely to be gaining business value from their data by using it to inform decisions and processes.
Alamanda College chooses Juniper Networks for networking upgrade
Alamanda College has upgraded its IT operations and network infrastructure with AI-driven solutions from Juniper Networks.
AWS launches new EC2 instance powered by NVIDIA GPUs
The EC2 P4d, designed for machine learning and high-performance computing environment, features eight A100 GPUs and 400 Gbps of network bandwidth.
IBM Planning Analytics update receives praise at launch event
The presentations at the events in Auckland and Wellington introduced the new added functionality, which includes new UI features, charting, and cutting-edge AI-based forecasting.
Smart transformation: business resilience in an ever-changing world
While COVID-19 has emphasised the immediate need for resilience, the ever-changing business world means organisations must embrace smart transformation now and into the future, writes Micro Focus managing director for A/NZ Peter Fuller.
New report uncovers opportunities and challenges for A/NZ businesses
Cloud adoption in Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) is soaring, with businesses in this region confident about their ability to achieve success despite recent hardships.
Researchers create algorithm to uncover deepfakes
The researchers have trained machine learning algorithms to detect deepfake videos based on the dissimilarity in patterns between the audio and visual cues.
Microsoft, Adobe and C3.ai "re-invent" CRM with artificial intelligence
The dynamics of the market and the mandates of digital transformation have dramatically changed CRM market requirements.