Sami Zuhuruddin of Google

Sami Zuhuruddin of Google highlights the no-nos during a breakout session on Cloud Forensics 101 at Next 2018.

Google Next 2018

At its Next 2018 conference in San Francisco, Google unveils a slew of new products aimed at boosting cloud security and “democratising AI”.

Google - Valliappa Lakshmanan

"It's not who has the best algorithm who wins; it's who has the most data," says Valliappa Lakshmanan of Google.

Unmanned vehicle

An upsized autonomous vehicle and a facial recognition speed demon are just some of the interesting snippets to emerge out of an overflowing inbox.

Chatbots

As chatbots apply AI to understand humans, they could learn to sway our attitudes and orchestrate our reactions.

Ed Ansett at DCD Zettastructure

Ed Ansett of i3 Solutions floats the feasibility of a data centre that operates at 35 deg C and runs on solid oxide fuel.

Halvar Flake at BlackHat Asia 2017

Cyber insurance has the potential to upend an enterprise buyer-IT vendor relationship which is currently heavily weighted in favour of the latter, says Google’s Halvar Flake.

Peter Ho of NSCC

The National Supercomputing Centre is expected to train its compute power on growth areas such as big data, artificial intelligence and deep learning.

Mark Bidinger of Schneider Electric

Decentralised hybrid computing ecosystems are back in vogue as performance and regulatory considerations bring data centre action to the edge.

Alex Ling

The ability to encode information and compute at atomic or sub-atomic levels is presenting new challenges, and potentially new solutions, in the area of encryption.

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