Qualcomm's launches highlight how the company is looking to combine its 5G knowhow with IoT, industrial use cases and edge computing.
Chinese tech vendor is setting aside $1 billion over three years to nurture digital skills in Southeast Asia, including 100,000 developers and 100,000 startups, and plans to open its first data centre in the Philippines as well as an innovation centre in Malaysia.
Telstra's latest 5G connected prototype has been designed with the safety of cyclists in mind.
The NSW Police Force has claimed using artificial intelligence and machine learning helped it analyse 14,000 pieces of CCTV as part of a murder and assault investigation faster than using previous techniques.
Whenever a fast-food chain tries to inject more technology into its offering, there are always issues. In this case, 15% of the time, it seems.
As federal legislation on law enforcement's use of facial recognition software stalls, dozens of cities and counties are taking measures into their own hands.
The homely Python-and-C library the AI scientists loved won over the production engineers.
Machine-generated poetry doesn’t show much thought, but it’s getting good enough to receive favorable nods from human readers.
C3.ai said backlog rose 23% to $294 million, while subscription revenue was up 17%.
Splunk once again saw a high rate of cloud adoption, with its annualized recurring revenue from cloud rising 83%, year over year, to $877 million.
"Machine learning has a proof of concept to production gap," explained Andrew Ng, founder of DeepLearning.AI and a top instructor on Coursera.
Amazon AWS's AI and machine learning executives Swami Sivasubramanian, Yoelle Maarek, and Bratin Saha lead the morning keynote.
Verify automatically checks expense reports for various issues and anomalies based on employer spend policies.
Peachtree Corners, Georgia will serve as the testing ground for a new slate of technology including autonomous vehicles.
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Between all the 5G devices and foldable phones, it might seem like nearly everything announced at MWC 2019 is too futuristic to purchase soon. In reality, many of these new gadgets are already available to pre-order or will launch later this year. Here's the best tech we've spotted on the show floor that's releasing in 2019.
With Valentine's Day around the corner, ZDNet's contributors and editors were reminded of all the technology they were infatuated with, either in their past or present, as well as anything that might've left them bitter and broken-hearted.
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Lenovo showed journalists around its recently opened campus in Beijing, which aims to create a 'Silicon Valley environment' for its 10,000-plus employees.
The monochrome, sunlight-readable displays remain largely synonymous with e-readers, but they're moving into other devices large and small.
Voice assistants like Google Home, Amazon Alexa, and Samsung smart TVs are always listening, yet consumers are unaware that their recordings are held online. Here are some ways to mange your privacy around these devices.
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The semiconductor industry reported record figures this year, but is still crippled by capacity constraints. For consumers, it means longer wait times.
ZDNet's Larry Dignan caught up with Mars' Sandeep Dadlani to talk about how the company is leveraging artificial intelligence and cloud computing from Microsoft Azure across its corporate functions across the conglomerate.
Dr. Julian Sanchez, Director of Emerging Technologies at John Deere, explains to Tonya Hall how farmers are already enjoying the benefits of AI.
Tonya Hall talks to Teddy Tzanetos, the deputy operations lead for the Ingenuity helicopter, about the four flights already performed in Mars and what's next for the device.
Tonya Hall talks to Ritika Gunnar, VP at IBM's AI Expert Labs, about the basic homework organizations must do before entering the world of AI.
Tonya Hall interviews Bruce Schneier, security technologist and lecturer at the Harvard Kennedy School, about the implications for our privacy once AI becomes a hacker.
Tonya Hall talks to Andrew Weir, author of the Sci-Fi novel The Martian, about his latest book and how it's also going to be turned into a Hollywood movie.
Tonya Hall talks to Robert Hogg, deputy surface mission manager for the Mars 2020 program, about the latest achievements of the Perseverance rover and Ingenuity helicopter.
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They've developed a framework that can help provide transparency into how AI systems make decisions.
Pair will work on an IoT system that will allow the Korean carmaker to monitor vehicle telemetry in real time.
Tiernan Ray says AI has always carried the risk of abuses such as bias. The increasing scale of the field, however, in terms of the size of neural network models, the escaping compute budget, and the proliferation of generated content such as fake faces and fake writing, has magnified the ethical issues. Problems can’t simply be engineered-away: at some point, society must re-examine the social contract. Read more: https://zd.net/3xsRj6e
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