CRN Interviews zvelo

CRN interviews zvelo CEO on New IoT Security Offering to Detect Compromised Devices

CRN Exclusive: zvelo Introduces IoT Security Offering To Detect Compromised Devices CRN: News, Analysis, and Perspective for VARs, and Technology Integrators *The following article, by Lindsey O’Donnell, is featured on CRN‘s website and was originally published on October 2, 2017. Network security company zvelo Monday unveiled an IoT security offering that uses artificial intelligence to automate the way enterprises discover and…

Why AI is a Valuable Technology for Detecting Fake News by Objectively Categorizing Online News Articles

Jeff Finn, CEO of zvelo, explains why AI is a valuable technology for combating the “fake news” epidemic through its ability to quickly and objectively categorize online news articles based on how likely they are to present information accurately. *****The following article, by Jeff Finn, appears as a content marketing article on MarTech Advisor’s web site and was…

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zvelo Signs Multi-million Dollar Contract with First AI as a Service Customer

Multi-Million Dollar Contract Marks Milestone for Innovative New AI as a Service Technology and Business Model We’re pleased to announce this week that zvelo has signed a multi-million dollar, multi-year AI as a Service contract.  The AIaaS platform will implement custom AI solutions that utilize and leverage zveloDP’s extensive datasets, as well as zvelo’s Datafication…

Content Categorization Using Distributed Artificial Intelligence

Content Categorization Using Distributed Artificial Intelligence – Q&A with a zvelo’s Chief AI Scientist The technology company known for categorizing the web, zvelo, has found many applications for artificial intelligence and machine learning. In this brief question and answer session with its Artificial Intelligence Chief Scientist, Dr. Ignacio Giraldez, discover how zvelo uses artificial intelligence,…

Google Open-sources its Artificial Intelligence Software, SyntaxNet

Google Open-sources its Artificial Intelligence Software, SyntaxNet Google open-sourced its artificial intelligence software, SyntaxNet, aiming to get more human brains attacking the challenge of natural language understanding by computers. Ultimately the company hopes to accelerate the progress of natural language research and development by provided free access to their software. At it’s core, SyntaxNet is basically a…