The security industry today faces unprecedented issues of privacy and trust, while technologies like AI and machine learning still need the human touch, RSA president Amit Yoran tells DNA in an interview.
Companies can go beyond the perceived limitations of ERP in the same way Tesla has for speed, economics and disruption in the car industry, writes Jack van der Velde of Unit4.
2016 will be marked by smarter machines and customers as co-creators, as well as data for social good and ‘softwarisation,’ according to Telenor Group’s Research arm.
GrabTaxi has set up an R&D centre in Seattle, but said its Singapore centre will continue to be the core of its engineering activities.
The ongoing digital transformation initiatives in many organisations may bring many benefits but are also exposing them to greater risks, according to Darktrace.
While threat intelligence and information from governments can be especially useful, many are reluctant to disclose such information, and this is creating a market misalignment.
HK startup is harnessing machine learning to make a genuinely smart remote for air-conditioners, launches device in Singapore.
Jewel Paymentech wants to help banks perform proper due diligence on e-commerce operators using technology, writes Benjamin Cher.
Companies need to make data a part of their long-term strategy now to avoid pitfalls and disruptions in the future.
Nvidia Corp has unveiled a credit-card sized module that it said harnesses the power of machine learning to enable a new generation of smart, autonomous machines that can learn.