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How AI is being utilised in the cybersecurity space

Paul Lipman, CEO at BullGuard, discusses how AI is being used within its products and how it can be a compelling selling point for resellers. It’s a figure that is so large it’s difficult to comprehend, but 350,000 new malware programmes and suspicious applications are released every day according to …

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PCR’s guide to the latest AI toys and gadgets

From robots that can teach children to code, to indoor air quality monitors, we round up some of the most interesting AI toys and gadgets out there. Airthings Wave Plus Specs: Sensors: Radon, CO2, TVOC, Temp, Humidity & Air Pressure. Visual indicator: Red/Yellow/Green glow ring. Long battery life (Bluetooth: 16 …

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AI’s place in retail

Artificial intelligence has been slowly but steadily seeping into our everyday lives, from the smart home products that learn our habits to try and make our days easier to manage, to more complex use cases within areas such as cybersecurity, the financial sector and the automobile industry. But what about …

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Read PCR’s Cloud / AI special online now!

Whenever I get to cover topics such as the cloud and artificial intelligence, it can be tempting to get sucked into a futuristic world of robotic shop assistants, or even worse – some Skynet-style super self-aware intelligence system that will no doubt turn on all of us once it has …

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Cloud and AI special: How to get involved in PCR’s February issue

The next issue of PCR, which hits desks at the beginning of February, will be covering the latest in cloud and AI. We’ll be featuring opinions and analysis around the subjects, and running sector guides on cloud software and AI toys and gadgets. Here’s how you can get involved: Opinions …

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Huawei’s 10 ‘megatrends’ for 2025: Living with bots, cloud AI and super sight

Huawei has unveiled its latest Global Industry Vision (GIV) report, revealing its predictions for technology and industry development up to 2025. Drawing from Huawei’s own quantitative data and real-world use cases of how intelligent technology is permeating every industry, this year’s report identifies 10 ‘megatrends’ currently shaping how we live …

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AI in the workplace will “make jobs less boring”

Growing AI tech will “help jobs become less task-based”, freeing up staff to work more efficiently and focus on “more significant big picture ideas and decisions”. That’s according to bespoke software developer Magma Digital, which works for some of the UK’s biggest blue-chip firms. Priscilla Coates, director at Magma Digital, …

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UK and US firms suffering from AI skills shortage

More than half of organisations don’t have the required in-house skilled talent to execute their AI strategy, according to new research from SnapLogic. The study found that 93% of US and UK organisations consider AI to be a business priority and have projects planned or already in production. However, more …

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