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Putting (machine) learning and (artificial) intelligence to work

MCubed Blue sky thinking is great, but if you’re interested in what machine learning and AI means for your business right now, you should really join us at MCubed London in October. If you’re just beginning to examine what machine learning, AI and advanced analytics can do for your organisation - or your competitors’ - we’ll be …
Team Register, 19 Jun 2017
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Real brains discuss artificial brains in real-world London

We’re thrilled to announce the first tranche of conference speakers for the Minds Mastering Machines (M3) three-day dive into machine learning, AI and advanced analytics this Autumn. We’ll be gathering a wide range of experts together at 30 Euston Square from October 9 to 11, who will help you not just grasp the potential of …
Team Register, 30 May 2017
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IDF now stands for Intel Ditches Frisco: Chipzilla axes annual tech conf

For the past 20 years, Intel has held its annual Intel Developer Forum in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. It is supposed to be a technical conference for system programmers, application writers and hardware engineers. Well, not no more it ain't: Chipzilla has scrapped the event for good. IDF 2017, due to take place in …
Iain Thomson, 17 Apr 2017
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Got a DevOps story to tell? Get in touch with us now

If you want to want to tell the world - or just your fellow Reg readers - how you’ve dragged your software development operations into the 21st century, we want to hear from you. The Reg and Heise will be bringing Germany’s Continuous Lifecycle conference to the UK next May, giving you the chance to immerse yourself in the …
Joe Fay, 20 Oct 2015
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Watchdogs roughed up for picking Morocco (of all places) for next privacy 'World Cup'

The world of data protection is having its very own FIFA moment: next year, the World Cup of data privacy will take place in a country with a very poor track record on, er, privacy. Despite not being run by Sepp Blatter, the 38th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners will take place in Morocco …
Jennifer Baker, 10 Sep 2015
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Infosec turns 20 to face battle with BSides, RSAC Unplugged

Infosec 2015 Infosec, the annual IT security trade show, wheeled out the rock stars of the Infosec world for its 20th anniversary this week. Bruce Schneier and John McAfee – the Paul McCartney and Keith Moon of the cybersecurity world – both keynoted as the show return to its original home in Olympia, London following an extended sojourn …
John Leyden, 4 Jun 2015

Door keys are an option. It's just a matter of time

IoT World 2015 "In order for any internet of things hardware manufacturer to survive, we can't sell hundreds of thousands of units, we have to sell millions," says Jason Johnson, CEO of smart-lock manufacturer August. After years of talking about the "internet of things", this year CES decided 2015 was actually the year of the internet of …
Kieren McCarthy, 12 May 2015
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Pimp my office: 10 cubicle comforts

Review Office equipment invariably goes through years of abuse and is often consigned to landfill only after a strategic coffee spill brings about a lethal end to a troublesome or antiquated device. In more enlightened environs, the idea of a kit refresh from time to time isn’t an alien concept, but there is an inclination for simply …
Bob Dormon, 23 Oct 2013
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Google announces I/O conference registration

F5 keys the world over trembled today, as Google announced the date when registration opens for its popular conference Google I/O. Googlephiles can register for boffinry, keynotes, and the likely chance of some gratis Chocolate Factory devices from 7:00am PDT on March 13, 2013, according to a post made to the G+ Google …
Jack Clark, 22 Feb 2013
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Stuck in a dull conference? You need Verity's survival guide

Stob The technical conference season is once more upon us. The speakers at these affairs spend a lot of time sharing their software design patterns and anti-patterns with us; as a regular attendee it seemed to me that we punters were overdue for revenge. Here is some of their own medicine. Pattern: BTDTGTTS Motivation: At a talk …
Verity Stob, 14 May 2012
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FCO rep: Best argument for net freedom is cold hard cash

LCC When a country restricts its population's freedoms on the internet, and you want to do something about it, point out to the heads of state how much money their nation is potentially losing as a result of the web clampdown - that's the advice from a top UK Foreign Office bod. John Duncan, who is the Foreign Secretary’s Special …
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UKUUG Summer Conference 2009

Reader offer If you want to swap knowledge and learn about the latest happenings in the Open Source and Free Software world, there’s a conference for you in Birmingham this summer. The conference is the work of our good friends at UKUUG, the UK’s Unix and Open Systems User Group. It takes place on August 8-9 at the Birmingham City …
Team Register, 24 Jul 2009
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TechNet Virtual Conference goes on-demand

Microsoft’s TechNet Virtual conference is now available on-demand. You can catch the proceedings at your own leisure here. Held on June 19, TechNet Virtual brought together Microsoft experts and the IT community. The Register was the official media sponsor. The conference ran in two separate “auditoriums” and was designed to …
Jamie Bodkin, 25 Jun 2009
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Web app designers & developers can get into reMix08 cheap

Microsoft’s reMix08 lands on the golden beaches of Brighton next month and The Register can help you get there on the cheap. We’ve barracked the Microsoft marketing bods into giving Reg readers a tasty discount for the event. It normally costs £349 (including VAT), but by using the following claims code you and all of your …
Team Register, 22 Aug 2008
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Scientists ponder future Moon mission activities

A clever fellow once observed that the Moon is a harsh mistress. Humanity's subsequent jaunts up to the place indicated it was a pretty solid hypothesis. The Ritz-Carlton it is not. Now NASA has the vision of not only returning astronauts back to the orbital dustball in 2020, but establishing a long-term moon base there. …
Austin Modine, 21 Jul 2008
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ROK invites you to chat

ROK, best known for video streaming over 2G networks, is trialling "ROK Talk", a phone conferencing system which uses a Symbian application to set up and manage conference calls without recourse to PINs or passwords, and has invited 50 Reg readers to take part in the closed beta. Instead of relying on a central management …
Bill Ray, 20 Sep 2007

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