Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has outlined his vision for the platform’s future, and Bitcoin appears to be playing a big part down the line.
The move would make a lot of sense given the data and language tools that Google already possesses, such as its recently showcased LaMDA AI.
Having already been in operation for a month, MultiChoice is officially introducing its new AI chatbot T.U.M.I to deal with customer queries.
The new timestamps feature utilises machine learning to place chapters in YouTube videos, and could prove a great time saver for lengthly content.
You don’t have to be Bill Shakespeare in order to write a sonnet, thanks to the new Verse by Verse AI tool from Google.
Dries Cronje, CEO if Deep Learning Café, says that ethics will play a critical role as more businesses leverage AI in order to tap into customer trends.
SigridWave enters closed beta testing later this year for translations between English and Mandarin Chinese.
First demoed at an I/O conference in 2018, now it looks like Google Duplex is ready for rollout, but functionality and access is limited.
It looks like YouTube is leveraging machine learning to tackle one of its biggest issues in recent years – inappropriate videos.
The partnership will see greater integration of SAS AI and analytics in Microsoft Azure.
Nobody actually likes dealing with a chatbot but CLEVVA CEO, Ryan Falkenburg has some advice that will make yours a bit better.
Microsoft says this is not because of the pandemic but that makes this move even more questionable.
The data scientists behind the AI model don’t want people to get overly optimistic about the prediction.
The Smartick platform uses AI to adapt to a child’s learning pace.
Success in a new age of technology requires embracing it according to managing executive at Axiz South Africa, Rory Twort.
The new Alphabet CEO explains his views on the matter in an op-ed in The Financial Times.
Less than two years after launching locally, now Naked Insurance can offer you cover for your home and its contents.
Automation, edge computing and the dawn of the home office are all trends set to shape 2020 according to Veritas Technologies.