Algorithms stories - Page 2
New algorithm looks to help streamline data restoration of event logs
New tertiary research out of Korea has led to the development of an algorithm capable of streamlining the restoration of event data logs.
Michael J. Fox Foundation & IBM study effects of Parkinson's Disease
IBM Research and the Michael J. Fox Foundation are collaborating to uncover more about Parkinson's disease using technology and machine learning.
Researchers create algorithm to uncover deepfakes
The researchers have trained machine learning algorithms to detect deepfake videos based on the dissimilarity in patterns between the audio and visual cues.
Govt funds research into solar tsunamis, decolonising algorithms and more
With $187 million in grants going to research across Aotearoa New Zealand, we look at a few of the tech-related projects that have been given funding.
Human judges vital in crowdsourced campaign to track deforestation
Tech firms unite on AI for Earth Day's 50th, seeking public's aid in data quest.
Avaya brings Google Cloud AI capabilities to ANZ contact centres
Avaya integrates Google AI in Aussie contact centres to boost customer experience and agent efficiency.
Swedish company teams up with CERN to advance autonomous car tech
Swedish firm Zenuity partners with CERN to boost AI in driverless cars.
Brands failing to engage customers of today, study shows
Aussies favour search engines over brand sites, new report reveals a shift towards AI trust for shopping.
Meet Zia, ManageEngine’s new AI Assistant
ManageEngine unveils Zia, an AI tool to help IT teams instantly analyse data with voice or text.
Why AI algorithms are only as good as the data they’re fed - Snowflake
If this data is of poor quality or contains bias, this will have a significant impact on subsequent decisions made by the software.
Vic Uni spin-out gets $450k from big NZ innovation investor
EdPotential will deliver software-as-a-service products based on advanced algorithms and data analysis capability through cloud services.
The Internet of Things will give rise to the algorithm economy
Big data is only valuable if you know how to use it. The future of IT-driven innovation lies in the algorithm economy.
Wynyard blows competition away with UK gun deal
Wynyard Group has signed a global partnership agreement with United Kingdom-based Arquebus Solutions to deliver an advanced gun crime intelligence solution for the law enforcement market.
NZ medal haul at computer programming competition
NZ team scoops two bronze medals at the International Olympiad of Informatics.
Is it time to break up Google?
Executive chairman to face Senate panel this week in anti-competitive probe.