Topic: artificial intelligence

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How AppDynamics and Perspica combined to bring machine learning to users

Application performance management (APM) vendor AppDynamics is bringing more machine learning into its platform thanks to a 2017 acquisition - here's how it did it.

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The best online courses for learning Python

Python has quickly become one of the most popular coding languages in recent years. Here's why you should learn it and how to get started.

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Vietnam to earn over USD 3 billion from 5G technology

Vietnam’s manufacturing and energy industries could benefit massively from 5G technology says Ericsson President

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Checking in with the chatbots

The rise and rise of chatbots in Australia has been impressive. Recent roll-outs of virtual assistants include NIB Health Funds’ Nibby, Domino's Pizza’s DRU Assist, and Jetstar’s chatbot Jess. Banks are particularly fond of the technology, with UBank’s RoboChat, NAB’s “digital virtual banker”, CBA’s Ceba and AMP’s Rosie among those implemented in customer facing roles.

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How UK antifraud startup Ravelin courts enterprise customers

A four-year-old London startup that builds anti-fraud software using machine learning is rapidly scaling up from selling to fellow startups into the enterprise space. Computerworld UK sat down with one of the founders of Ravelin to discuss its technology and how it sells into that fundamentally different market.

Enterprises, emotion and the rise of the ‘empathy economy’

Artificial intelligence can now detect human emotion better than people can. It’s time to get emotional about AI.

How to identify, prevent and recover from cryptojacking attacks

Cryptojacking is a sneaky but extremely effective way for hackers to get their desired results in exactly the surreptitious, stealthy way they desire.

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IEEE sets fog computing standard for compute, storage, control and networking technology

The OpenFog Consortium developed IEEE 1934, a standard shaped by ARM, Cisco, Dell, Intel, Microsoft and Princeton University, to handle the massive data generated by IoT, 5G and artificial intelligence.

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Dispatch from the Super Internet

There’s a much better internet than the one you’re using. Here’s what’s keeping you out.

Indian enterprises uniquely positioned to embrace digital journey: KC Phua, Hitachi Vantara

In an interaction with IDG Media, KC Phua- Technical Director for Data Management & Protection, APAC at Hitachi Vantara, explained how data center solutions, combined with machine learning and artificial intelligence, can help large scale enterprises in achieving digital transformation. 
 

Qualcomm introduces Snapdragon 632, 439 and 429 Mobile Platforms

Hot on the heels of the Snapdragon 850, designed specifically for Windows, Qualcomm has announced three new processors for its Mobile Platform range. Targeting mid-range and high-tier devices are the new Snapdragon 632, 439 and 429.

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Five insights from our chat with Synology CTO Allen Kao

Where events like CES are often about taking an early-look at the technology of the future, Computex is often the place where these exciting advances take on a more market-ready form.