Google has made no secret of its AI ambitions, and on Thursday it announced the next step in its bold plans to realize them: a brand-new research group in Europe focused squarely on machine learning.
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Enterprises interested in tapping container technology now have a brand-new option for managing it: ContainerX, a multitenant container-as-a-service platform for both Linux and Windows.
There's no better way to express mock sympathy than by playing the "world's smallest violin," but the sad song you mime can now actually be heard.
Ever since "her" launch into beta roughly two years ago, x.ai's "Amy Ingram" virtual assistant has been focused squarely on scheduling meetings through Google Calendar. On Wednesday, that all changed.
SugarCRM has put AI at the core of its product plans and is working on a new intelligence service along with a Siri-like agent named Candace.
It's a rare consumer today who doesn't use a mobile video and messaging app like Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook or Vine, but such capabilities are still few and far between on the enterprise side.
The bad news is that data breaches are becoming ever more common. The worse news is that the cost they represent for companies is going through the roof.
Many approaches are being tried in the race to develop a working quantum computer, but Google this week reported using a combination of techniques with particularly promising results.
It's every marketer's goal to reach customers in the right place, at the right time, and with the right message, but the online world doesn't make that easy. A new tool announced Thursday uses machine learning to help.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, as the old saying goes, and that's just as true in cybersecurity as it is in health. So believes Cylance, a startup that uses AI to detect and prevent cyberattacks.
At its new TrailheaDX event in San Francisco, Salesforce unveiled new tools for its Lightning development platform as well as expanded training offerings, a new investment fund and a new incubator.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise on Tuesday stepped up its efforts to develop a brand-new computer architecture by inviting open-source developers to collaborate on the futuristic device it calls "The Machine."
Making sense of data can involve a wide variety of tools, and IBM is hoping to make data scientists' lives easier by putting them all in one place.
A new company launched Monday by former NASA chief Dan Goldin aims to deliver a major boost to the field of neural computing.
Quantum computing's full potential may still be years away, but there are plenty of benefits to be realized right now.