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GDPR’s silver lining: Data-driven AI and innovation in the enterprise

Simply mentioning the European Commission’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is enough to send shivers down the backs of businesses which have had to make rapid changes to be ready in time for the deadline. The cutoff point for organizations to conform to the new GDPR legislation has passed, but emails are still flooding in from companies hoping that you ... Read More »

​How Australia’s Department of Defence is using IBM Watson

The Australian Department of Defence is using what Matt Smorhun, Assistant Secretary for the ICT Strategy Realisation Branch at the Department of Defence, said was only the second on-premises instance of Watson globally. Speaking at the CeBIT Australia conference in Sydney on Wednesday, Smorhun said the department decided to invest in a secret, classified version of IBM’s Watson platform, instead ... Read More »

IBM Q1 solid, IBM Z boosts hardware, as-a-service run rate at $10.7 billion

Video: IBM’s Resilient enterprise platform uses machine learning to respond to cyberattacks Aided in part by currency rates, IBM reported a better-than-expected first quarter where “strategic imperatives” delivered double-digit revenue growth over the last 12 months and as-a-service sales hit an annual run rate of $10.7 billion. IBM reported non-GAAP first quarter earnings of $2.45 a share on revenue of ... Read More »

​Open Universities turns to Bluewolf to redefine student experience

Open Universities Australia (OUA) is a higher education organisation formed and owned by seven of the country’s large universities. Now 25 years old, OUA boasts 175 different programs and around 1,400 different classes from 12 universities, allowing students to gain tertiary training completely online through its Open Access program. Although OUA is almost unrecognisable from the organisation that begun broadcasting ... Read More »

Department of Human Services is building a new private cloud

The Department of Human Services (DHS) is currently undertaking a handful of technology-driven projects, and has revealed building out an “elastic” private cloud as part of its overall digital transformation. special feature Integrating the Hybrid Cloud As far and fast as cloud computing is embedding itself into the enterprise, there remain many cloud-resistant applications and services. Read More Speaking at ... Read More »

Fortinet Security Fabric merges with IBM Threat Management system

IBM and Fortinet have expanded their strategic relationship by bringing the capabilities of their security offerings together. At the RSA conference in San Francisco on Tuesday, IBM announced the launch of the IBM X-Force Threat Management Services system (XFTM). XFTM, with the assistance of IBM’s Resilient Incident Response Platform (IRP) — which has recently been upgraded with artificial intelligence (AI) ... Read More »

IBM launches open-source library for securing AI systems

IBM has released a security library designed to help protect artificial intelligence (AI) systems into the open-source community. On Tuesday at the RSA conference in San Francisco, IBM announced the launch of the Adversarial Robustness Toolbox to support developers and users of AI that may become the victims of attacks against AI systems including Deep Neural Networks (DNNs). According to ... Read More »

IBM launches open-source library for securing AI systems

IBM has released a security library designed to help protect artificial intelligence (AI) systems into the open-source community. On Tuesday at the RSA conference in San Francisco, IBM announced the launch of the Adversarial Robustness Toolbox to support developers and users of AI that may become the victims of attacks against AI systems including Deep Neural Networks (DNNs). According to ... Read More »

IBM launches open-source library for securing AI systems

IBM has released a security library designed to help protect artificial intelligence (AI) systems into the open-source community. On Tuesday at the RSA conference in San Francisco, IBM announced the launch of the Adversarial Robustness Toolbox to support developers and users of AI that may become the victims of attacks against AI systems including Deep Neural Networks (DNNs). According to ... Read More »

IBM: Our in-memory computing breakthrough will cut cost of training AI

Video: How good can hard drives get? IBM hits one bit per atom. IBM Research says it’s developed a new approach to in-memory computing that could give it an answer to the hardware accelerators for high-performance and machine-learning applications sought by Microsoft and Google. IBM’s researchers describe its new ‘mixed-precision in-memory computing’ approach in a paper published today in peer-reviewed ... Read More »

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