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PatternEx's 'active contextual modeling' system relies on experts to detect risks and teach computers with supervised learning and it outperforms machine learning detection systems.
If your Google Cloud ready printer has gone offline, no amount of hair pulling will bring it back. Here's a fix that should solve your problem.
The ever changing network traffic reveals new attack types, which represent a security threat that poses a serious risk for enterprise resources. Therefore, the security administra...
The machine learning stack is getting simpler and more standardized, says H2O.ai's Oleg Rogynskyy.
As video-streaming giant Netflix prepares to move wholesale onto Amazon Web Services experts weigh in on whether other firms should follow suit.
In this paper, the authors challenge the applicability of entropy-based approaches for detecting and diagnosis network traffic anomalies and claim that full statistics (i.e., empir...
IBM set a new precedent for family policies by offering to ship new moms' breast milk home when they're traveling for work. Now the question is, when will other tech companies follow suit?
Too many security technologies overlap or much worse leave gaps in between that could let hackers through. We need a more coordinated approach, and fast.
Bluetooth headphones have become a necessity for on-the-go, active users. Here's a reviewer that took the plunge with one particular product and regrets ever having bothered.
How to prepare for 5G, the next level of mobile networking and the successor to 4G. Find out how your support and architectures will accommodate this soon-to-be new standard.