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Artificial intelligence: Leveraging machines to dissect ransomware DNA
Ransomware seems to be able to trick even the most cautious humans. Enter artificial intelligence.
Salesforce Einstein: How this new AI platform will transform your CRM
Salesforce has brought in the power of Einstein with its new AI platform that's about to make CRM much more intelligent.
YOU'RE INVITED: SingularityU New Zealand Summit - Silicon Valley is coming to town
The experts from Silicon Valley are coming to town this November to get together with leaders of today and tomorrow from New Zealand and Australia.
Sex Robots: The argument of tech and intimacy
“Sex robots are simply another way in which technology is being developed to enhance pleasure."
The inevitable rise of robots in facilities management
Driven by technological advances, facilities management today features greater automation.
Intel boosts data center unit by buying AI startup
“We will continue to invest in leading edge technologies that complement and enhance Intel’s AI portfolio.”
VoiceBox hires chief Aussie scientist to pave the way for voice AI
VoiceBox Technologies, the company behind the Samsung and Toyota voice assistants, is taking artificial intelligence to new heights with its Voice AI.
Kiwi teen runs tech events to inspire students & help ditch the 'geek' stereotype
Year 13 student Lucy Chen has successfully taken tech to her fellow students, with eye-opening success through the NextGen Tech & Tech Talks events.
NZ-based MyWave recognised as global market leader in AI tech
New Zealand-based MyWave has been named the 'technology market leader in the global intelligent assistant market' by Frost & Sullivan.
Google cuts energy usage in data centers with DeepMind's AI
By applying artificial intelligence (AI), the company claims it has reduced the amount of energy it uses for data center cooling by almost 40%.
The robots are coming! Shouldn’t Kiwis be more worried?
Massey University research tackled the robotic elephant in the room, in a study that explores the potential impacts new technologies have on society.
SugarCRM demonstrates just what is possible with AI
At its recent annual conference for customers and partners (SugarCon), SugarCRM revealed its bold roadmap for the future.
Need something? Get your Messenger bot to help you
There is one thing for certain – it is an exciting time to be a consumer, as bots that exist within your Messenger app are soon to become the norm.
Kiwi developer takes Artificial Intelligence to new heights
Touchpoint Group’s Ipiphany AI program pioneers simultaneous text, speech and machine learning to help customers better understand customer behaviour.
Spending on cognitive systems will crack the billion dollar mark by 2019
"The barriers of AI, machine and deep learning are rapidly dropping. As such, cognitive systems will soon be powering a spectrum of solutions."
Top global execs start new, AI focused venture
"We are excited to be a pioneer in enterprise artificial intelligence, offering timely, valuable, and affordable solutions to clients."
NZ's first human-robot interaction conference breaks new ground
“As well as demonstrations of robots performing the haka, telepresence robots will be roaming the conference to enable people to attend remotely."
Wellington game makers launch new, future-focused app
“I think this kind of game has huge potential to stimulate debate and discussion about the future of education. It’s a great tool."
The world is changing... and it’s not all bad, folks
“Right now, NZ's potentially slipping into the mid-stream. What we need to do is be mindful of what our competitive advantage will be in the future."
Analyst Opinion: Applying artificial intelligence to digital processes
Enterprises should develop their expertise in AI and cognitive computing and begin applying it as part of their digital initiatives.
AI, mobility, IoT revolutionises customer experience
“It’s clear that companies are making customer interaction experiences a priority, and the trends we’ve identified will be critical."
Volvo and Microsoft, making 1980s tech dreams a reality
Volvo and Microsoft have teamed up to roll out a new wearable voice control system, a la the 1980s TV cult classic Knight Rider.
Artificial intelligence in healthcare a $6 billion industry
AI systems are at the forefront of the healthcare revolution. Selecting the right solution partners and business models is crucial for vendor success.
Robots coming to households, according to new research
So-called ‘task oriented' robots assigned to take over household chores will dominate.