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Amazon's Alexa heads for the fast lane

Amazon Web Services works with automotive partners to get its artificial intelligence-powered virtual assistant, Alexa, into vehicles.

Computing

Facebook aims to demystify artificial intelligence

The social network creates a campaign to educate people on how artificial intelligence works and show it is essentially maths, not magic.

Security

Parsec HSID5000 nearly FIPS 140-2 certified

The HSID5000 device has been submitted to the US National Institute of Standards and Technology for FIPS 140-2 Level 3 certification.

Reuters

Apple reveals self-driving car ambition

The company wades into the debate over self-driving car regulation, declaring it is excited about the potential for automated transportation.

Reuters

BMW seeks to be 'coolest' ride-hailing firm

The carmaker will test autonomous vehicles in Munich next year as it seeks to keep up with ride-hailing firms like Uber.

Computing

Raspberry Pi a hit in SA

The low-cost computer board is used throughout the education sector in SA, reaching over 40 000 South African students.

Computing

AWS launches Greengrass

The new Internet of things service allows AWS Lambda functionality on connected devices without having to constantly connect to the cloud.

Computing

AWS CEO praises CT developers

Amazon Web Services is really proud of the quality of its team in Cape Town and there are plans to continue to grow it, says CEO Andy Jassy.

Hardware

PC shipments improve mildly

The PC market outlook has improved mildly with a faster shift to slim and convertible PC models, says IDC.



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