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AWS launches fully-managed fraud detection service
Businesses lose billions of dollars to online fraud every year, however businesses respond by investing in cumbersome fraud management solutions that often rely on hand-coded rules and are difficult to keep up to date.
AWS Contact Lens for Connect set to arrive in A/NZ
The contact centre service adds machine learning capabilities that identify customer issues and trends in near-real time and enable call transcript search.
Video: 10 Minute IT Jams – Who is DataRobot?
DataRobot is an enterprise AI specialist provider of automated machine learning platform that assists organisations with the creation and deployment of accurate prediction models.
AI chatbot helps users navigate COVID-19 stimulus packages
RAMI (robotic automated machine interface) lets users check their stimulus eligibility, as well as help them understand what assistance is available and can connect an advisor to the user if needed.
Acronis teams up with A.S. Roma to advance AI in sport
Acronis has officially announced its artificial intelligence (AI) partnership with Associazione Sportiva Roma, an Italian professional football club also known as A.S Roma.
AWS launches Amazon Kendra, its machine learning search service
The cloud giant says Kendra uses its machine learning framework to provide high-quality results to ‘natural language’ queries, as opposed to the more common search function which pulls a list of links in response to keywords.
Strong industry representation on CompTIA Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council
The council is charged with identifying business opportunities and developing innovative content to accelerate the adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.
IT stalwart creates Treaty guidelines for use of AI & data about Māori
New Zealand IT stalwart Karaitiana Taiuru says it's time for technology to treat Māori fairly.
Human judges vital in crowdsourced campaign to track deforestation
The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and analytics firm SAS are creating artificial intelligence (AI) based algorithms with the help of crowdsourcing.
Interview: Thriving in lockdown - how a coding school in Vietnam beat the odds
It's March 10 2020, and CoderSchool in Ho Chi Minh just went entirely online. A success story followed - here's how a lockdown helped a school thrive.
AU govt agencies sacrificing records management compliance - survey
Almost a quarter of surveyed did not transfer eligible records to an archival authority in the last year. Of those, 41% did not know why.
Talend and Databricks extend partnership with deeper integrations
“Talend provides both a powerful integration platform for data engineers and a simple-to-use data ingestion tool for business analysts."
DataRobot enhances enterprise AI platform
DataRobot’s SVP of product and customer experience, Phil Gurbacki, says the company wants to push the boundaries of what’s possible.
Latest Micro Focus release empowers organisations with greater data insights
Micro Focus has released the Vertica 10 Analytics Platform, delivering a range of updates to enable machine learning and unified predictive analytics at scale.
Deep learning seeing widespread adoption in APAC region
As a sub-category of machine learning, deep learning is fast becoming part of mainstream AI deployments – new software to join the likes of Siri, Alexa and Cortana is currently being developed and will likely be introduced in the next few years, says GlobalData.
How our publisher harnessed machine learning to overhaul Techday websites
Our publisher, Sean Mitchell, went to CoderSchool in Ho Chi Minh City to learn how to implement machine learning into Techday.
Fighting climate change with AI
With data provided from weather stations around the world, measuring wind speed, air pressure, temperature, and many other data points, AI can then identify patterns and give a holistic view of how our planet is changing.
Trade Me announces full migration to cloud with Google Cloud partnership
The online auction website says the move will migrate all systems and applications off its on-premise data centres and fully migrate to the cloud.
Databricks launches new features for data analytics platform
Databricks has released new features for its platform for greater security, proactive administration and automation across the data and machine learning lifecycle.
DXC announces collaboration with Tradeshift to automate payments
DXC says its collaboration with Tradeshift allows enterprises to deploy DXC Bionix to transform this function into an automated, business-process-as-a-service model.
Interview: LogRhythm's Simon Howe on AI and cybersecurity
The vice president of APAC sales for LogRhythm talks to Techday about user and entity behaviour analytics, and how AI and ML can revolutionise responses to cyber threats.
Enlisting analytics and AI to contain the next pandemic
Given today’s proliferation of data sources and advances in technology, we are now far better equipped to address disease outbreaks.
Honeywell launches ML solution to reduce buildings' energy consumption
Machine learning autonomously adjusts building energy settings to deliver up to 10% energy savings, says Honeywell.
GlobalData: Wipro shows no sign of slowing after banner year
With 2019 seeing a series of good fortune and success for the IT services company, GlobalData’s insights say sentiments are looking up.