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  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    Danske Bank and IBM bring AI to banking IT

    Artificial intelligence partnership is designed to reduce the risk of major IT outages and keep the bank’s customers happy

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  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    Europe is playing catch-up with the US on cloud adoption, research suggests

    Report by O'Reilly media shines a light on how cloud adoption is progressing across the globe, and how this could be affecting follow-on use of other technologies too

  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    Australians lost half a billion dollars to scams in 2018

    Most of the losses went to investment scams as tricksters found innovative ways to dupe victims into parting with their money

  • April 29, 2019 29 Apr'19

    Malaysia to get its first AI park

    Malaysia’s first artificial intelligence park to be developed by a trio of local and Chinese firms is expected to raise the country’s standing in the global race for AI supremacy

  • April 26, 2019 26 Apr'19

    British 5G developers to test their mettle in South Korea

    DCMS launches £2.4m project to support the development of 5G applications for public transport alongside its South Korean counterpart

  • April 26, 2019 26 Apr'19

    Facebook faces fresh privacy actions from regulators

    Facebook faces legal action from Canada after it dismissed regulators’ findings that it failed to protect customer privacy. The firm has set aside $5bn to settle a privacy action in the US and faces a new investigation in Ireland