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Warehouse and logistics robots will be a $30 billion dollar industry by 2022, according to American analysts, who forecast the current $8.3 billion of worldwide revenue from the the technology will more than triple over the next three years. Locally, Gartner says the expected automation boom is the result of

Analytics platform SAS is planning to invest $1 billion in AI over the next three years through software innovation, education and expert services. The company already has a foundation in AI by means of advanced analytics, machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing (NLP) and computer vision. The investment will

So, marketing leaders, you have a new data scientist on your team? First of all, congratulations! Data scientists are rare and expensive, which means hiring one is a true feat for most marketing leaders. Not to mention, you’ve unlocked a host of new possibilities. Leveraging predictive? Making use of AI?

Retailers are already really good at automating their back-office operations and have proven themselves more than keen and willing to invest in technology that will drive productivity and efficiency, especially when eliminating manually-intensive and error-prone human tasks. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular Insights newsletter They have no problem spending money

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A problem has emerged for organisations looking to harness their data: accessing it. Frequently, digital organisations are creating troves of valuable data — but it often remains siloed in disparate databases or applications. According to David Irecki, Senior Consulting Manager, APJ, at Dell Boomi, integration platform as a service (iPaaS)

Australian video scale-up Oovvuu has closed a second funding round, raising $4.8 million to drive its global expansion. Sign up to Which-50’s Digital Marketing Newsletter The company uses proprietary artificial intelligence to read publishers’ articles, watch broadcasters’ videos and match them together, with the goal of putting relevant news video

Almost three quarters (72 per cent) of Australian executives acknowledge their employees are more digitally mature than their organisation, resulting in a workforce “waiting” for the organisation to catch up. This is according to Accenture Technology Vision 2019, the annual report from Accenture that predicts key technology trends that will

Artificial intelligence and machine learning technology will amplify bias and further exclude vulnerable people if not designed correctly. A point underscored by the fact several AI initiatives have had to be abandoned because the bias could not be corrected. Register now for Which-50’s webinar on the disruptive impact of chatbots Avoiding

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The proliferation of IoT sensors and artificial intelligence, as well as the emergence of 5G networks will drive edge computing growth, according to BS Teh, SVP global sales and sales operation at Seagate. During Seagate’s 40th anniversary event in Singapore yesterday, Teh said the first driver, AI, is already in

Digital bank UBank will launch an AI-powered assistant to help its customers in the process of applying for a home loan. The AI assistant is called Mia, short for My Interactive Agent built by FaceMe, a New Zealand-based company. The bank will pilot Mia later this month with a handful