Trainline CTO Mark Holt explains how his firm is using artificial intelligence and the cloud, and offers advice for other IT chiefs.
Microsoft is buying one of the AI companies in which it has invested: Bonsai, a deep reinforcement platform for enterprise/industrial applications.
Salesforce has created a multi-task model for natural language processing that takes an architecture approach.
Concern over harmful applications of AI once again sparks an employee protest -- this time at Microsoft.
Embedded machine learning technology is increasingly being incorporated into rich, predictive user interactions.
Both DRAM and flash memory pose plenty of technology challenges. At the VLSI Symposia, Micron explained how it has overcome these hurdles and why customers will continue to demand larger and faster memory.
The partnership gives Nuance a way to bring its Dragon Law Enforcement speech recognition product to a wider customer base that includes 911 call centers and EMT agencies.
If the tender is successful, it could be a disaster for the privacy of Indian citizens.
Tesla employee leaks sensitive Tesla data to third parties and tried to sabotage its manufacturing software.
Google takes a 'gobble-it-all' approach to building predictive analytics for patient outcomes.
The new Messages app enables texting from the desktop and brings Smart Reply from the Allo app.
AI is being widely adopted across businesses to support customers -- and a new tool brings holistic self service for customers.
The researchers used Nvidia Tesla V100 GPUs and cuDNN-accelerated PyTorch deep learning framework to train their system on more than 11,000 videos shot at 240 frames-per-second.
It's been a while since Teradata could brag about share prices, but the fast ramp-up to subscriptions is clearly driving the love from Wall St. Beneath the transition are changes to its pricing and platform that are greasing the skids.
There are some very cool AI solutions coming out of Israel right now. Here are a few start-ups that have impressed me recently that could work well in your organisation.
We summarise the charts that tell the tech story of the past month.
Many now think that passwords cannot secure their PCs and phones, so how will we gain access to our devices in the near future?
From audio-augmenting ear buds to automated coffee machines, here are the best devices for an effective home office set-up.
We've selected a dozen unique, affordable, and geeky gifts your dad is sure to love.
We all love Mom. Now, you can use your Amazon Echo or Dot to show her how much you care.
Here is everything that's new in Gmail -- plus when and how you can try it.
Google announced its voice assistant two years ago. Now, at Google I/O 2018, it's sharing details about the next phase of Google Assistant. Here's what you need to know.
We are living longer than ever before -- thanks to these tech inventions.
Explore the projects pushing the limit of what's possible on the budget board.
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Fitted inside telephone cases, or even toy organs, these Speccy replicas were less expensive but arguably more creative than the original Sinclair ZX Spectrum.
Many of us no longer trust Facebook. We're wary of sharing data -- in case it is used by third parties without our knowledge. So, what features will the social media platform of the future need to regain our confidence?
Most of us do not know that we are using chatbots to talk to service agents, so how will we know that AI will be seamlessly interacting in with our future lives?
ZDNet explores how biotechnology research and current projects may change the face of healthcare worldwide in the future.
Robots, including floating spheres and spacewalkers, are performing critical tasks for astronauts and researchers as we speak.
Tech Week showcased startup success in London, but there was also a focus on the next generation of coders.
Trainline CTO Mark Holt explains how his firm is using artificial intelligence and offers advice for other IT chiefs.
The Navya Arma Flinders Express (FLEX) electric shuttle bus marks the first use of autonomous vehicle technology on public roads in the state of South Australia.
The New South Wales government has announced a multimillion-dollar investment to support the rollout of the National Facial Biometric Matching Capability.
Project Owl was was born out of the idea of using technology to generate better sustainable and environmental outcomes.
Artificial intelligence can create huge opportunities for businesses and their customers, says Halma innovation chief Inken Braunschmidt
The low-cost electronic labels may pave the way for keeping tabs on our health.
Working closely with a range of partners can give big companies a competitive advantage in the age of disruption.
Samsung Electronics plans to install 63,000 square meters of solar panels in its campuses in South Korea by 2020, and it will source renewable energy for 100 percent of energy use in US, Europe, and China.
Neville Boston, CEO of Reviver Auto, talks about electronic displays as plates and how they offer GDPR-level data security and may be customized many ways.
Ian Bernstein, founder and head of product at Misty Robotics, dicusses his Misty 2 robot that can be programmed with a variety of applications and languages based on the technical capability of the programmer.
The Boring Company could soon start tunneling for Chicago's new O'Hare Airport high-speed link.
If you live in the Microsoft world, the way many businesses use Cortana makes the Invoke potentially as handy around the office as at home.
Google's push into becoming a hardware company by creating its own smartphone is off to a fantastic start.
You may not think you need a voice-activated speaker and a cloud-powered digital assistant in your home, but Amazon's Echo and Alexa may persuade you otherwise.
Thalmic Labs claims the Myo armband can let you take control of your devices hands-free, but whether it will one day replace our mouse or touchpad remains to be seen.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 is the best tool available for dictating text and commanding a Web browser by voice, despite the gradual adjustments needed to conform to your personal manner of speaking.