AI is getting plenty of attention but when it comes to developing general purpose AI solutions, we're a long way from having convenient, packaged products accessible to the non-specialist.
How startup Deep Instinct uses deep learning AI technology to detect undocumented malware and might have thwarted last week's WannaCry ransomware outbreak
Although the showpiece of Nvidia GTC17 was the new V100 GPU, software dominated an event that sets the stage for our AI-augmented future
Here's what you need to know about Nutanix's evolution to a hardware-agnostic, enterprise private cloud stack. Hint - it is proving to be hard work.
Facebook Messenger is being positioned as the platform for bot driven sales as new capabilities are brought to market. But Facebook isn't alone. It's a highly competitive space.
A deep dive into Microsoft's take on a serverless architecture and what it means for developers and business users.
Slack wants us to believe it is the future of collaboration. But is it truly a platform for that purpose or a readily replicable feature set?
In an effort to play catch up, Intel is revamping its marketing schpiel to better reflect market realities. Does it make sense?
We are starting to see real word examples of the advantages that can be gained from using machine learning. Here are six vignettes to illustrate the point, with a Google slant.
Once again we hear Google getting serious about the enterprise. Do the recent GSuite product announcements truly cut it this time? Let's take a check on that.
Is Google finally getting serious about enterprise cloud? We'd like to think so but then we've been here many times before.
An AWS S3 failure is unusual but once again provides useful lessons for those who are trusting their data to cloud based services. The short answer is straightforward - don't skimp on redundancy, but be smart about it.
Mobile World Congress is just around the corner but beware the hype over the much talked about 5G. There's a lot of smoke and mirrors.