Cisco to Drive AI and Machine Learning into Core Infrastructure

| November 1, 2016

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At the Cisco Partner Summit 2016 conference, Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins today pledged to apply artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms in the months ahead as part of an effort to drive analytics, automation and security deep into both the data center and the core networks that connect them.

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