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The journey towards becoming an AI-driven enterprise
"An important aspect of integrating an AI-driven approach across your organisation is to encourage all your employees to identify the challenges in the business that could be tackled by AI."
Domino's new smart tech keeps an eye on pizza quality
The humble pizza can cause rage amongst friends and family if it’s not made right. A piece of pineapple on ‘your’ half of the pizza? Sacrilege!
Westpac NZ collaborates with local AI startup
“Banking relationships are critical to SMEs and we look forward to working with Westpac to help serve their customers.”
Qualtrics launches AI data cleansing tool
The aim of the product is to leave businesses with genuine responses and quality data, for example to run more accurate research studies.
Only one in four Kiwis trust organisations to protect personal data
“Trust is absolutely critical for organisations to succeed in this digital world."
Youthline’s new AI-powered support service is now live
"As a company with powerful AI technology, it's our duty to use it for the greater good and help young New Zealanders to get the help they need."
Barracuda launches bot protection feature for firewall offerings
Bots have evolved from using simple scripts to using sophisticated tactics such as headless browsers and machine learning to break through traditional application security defences.
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.
Why AI will be procurement’s greatest ally
"AI can help identify emerging suppliers, technologies and products in specific categories."
Why the retail industry has misplaced network priorities
“For retail organisations unplanned network outages can impact both revenue and reputation significantly."
DDN completes Nexenta acquisition
DDN holds a suite of products, solutions, and services that aim to enable AI and multi-cloud.
NVIDIA's data center business slumps 10% in one year
The company recently released its Q1 financial results for fiscal 2020, which puts the company’s revenue at US$2.22 billion – a slight raise from $2.21 billion in the previous quarter.
Dell EMC launches interactive AI Experience Zones
The AI Experience Zones are designed to educate visitors about how to start, identify, and implement an AI project.
Xnor releases self-serve AI platform for edge product development
Developers, device creators, and companies don’t necessarily need to have a background or training in artificial intelligence.
AI driving 'unprecedented' M&A growth
Breakthroughs in artificial intelligence are causing ‘unprecedented’ growth for mergers and acquisitions, as companies grapple for their share of an AI market that will be worth $190 billion by 2025.
CIOs in A/NZ are slowly making digital business progress
“A/NZ CIOs have the chance to step up to become more influential business leaders, but most are not seizing that opportunity to drive change.”
AI Chipmaker Hailo releases new deep learning processor
"We are excited to help customers drive their intelligent devices to new limits."
How Zinier aims to bring automation to the field service industry
“ISAC's AI and automation capabilities will help us manage infrastructure and work more proactively."
Huawei fastest growing server vendor in the world
Despite the myriad controversies that Huawei faces on a near-weekly basis, Gartner research reveals no sign of slowing in the server market.
NVIDIA and Red Hat work together to accelerate enterprise AI
This collaboration comes at a time when enterprises are relying on AI and data science to turn their vast amounts of data into actionable intelligence.
Fujitsu develops automatic labelling technology to accelerate AI
Fujitsu has supposedly enabled the automatic creation of highly accurate training data.
Western Digital addresses increasing data demands
High capacity storage, typically used in cars for storing map data, application software and user information is now finding its way into next-gen auto applications.
Red Hat and NVIDIA extend alliance to speed up AI
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are the focus for this extended alliance.
Survey reveals significant gaps between customer expectations and service experience in Australia
Australians think a human touch is still one of the most critical aspects of brand communication.