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Facebook’s blockchain cryptocurrency could mean big money – and kill 'fake news'

Blockchain would enable Facebook users to make PayPal-like purchases of advertised products and authenticate people posting on the site, effectively creating an audit trail and confirming they're not bots.

Intel hopes to clean up toxic speech in game chat with AI and machine learning

Can AI and machine learning defang toxic voice chat in games? Intel thinks so

Everything you need to know about the new Cloudera Data Platform: vision, migration and roadmap

Cloudera has laid out its plans for a new combined data platform since merging with fellow open source big data vendor Hortonworks, which promises to bring together the best of the former rival Hortonworks Data Platform (HDP) and Cloudera Distribution Hadoop (CDH) options.

Trello, in major update, hands admins more control over public boards

The task management app gets a range of new enterprise admin tools, with automation related to Trello’s purchase of Butler being rolled out for all users.

Digital transformation requires the convergence of IT and OT: Daisy Chittilapilly, Cisco

IT needs to be pushed towards the edge of the enterprise, into all functions and divisions, says Daisy Chittilapilly, MD, Digital Transformation Office (DTO), Cisco India and SAARC.

Cisco spreads AI across Webex meetings

Cisco Webex has integrated AI collaboration technologies it acquired from Accompany and MindMeld.

As Teams turns two, Microsoft adds compliance and meeting features

More than 500,000 organizations have now deployed the collaboration and communication application. ‘Microsoft is killing it with Teams,’ says one bullish analyst.

Microsoft Teams taps AI to boost new background, whiteboarding features

Microsoft Teams turns two this week, and Microsoft is leaning on its investments in artificial intelligence to improve the capabilities of its collaboration package.

Slack rolls out enterprise key management, but has no plans for end-to-end encryption

The team collaboration software maker hopes to give enterprise customers more control over sensitive data such as messages, files and comments with the key management feature.

IBM launches global blockchain-based payments network

IBM has launched a global blockchain network for cross-border payments that will use both stable coin backed by U.S. dollars and cryptocurrency to make near real-time cross border financial transactions.