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May 23, 2019  1:50 PM

Stop worrying and learn to love narrow AI

Robert Schmid Profile: Robert Schmid
ai, AI and IoT, Automation, enterprise ai, general AI, Internet of Things, iot, IoT data, IoT tools, narrow AI

Elon Musk is no fan of artificial intelligence -- a couple years ago, he 0 Comments     RSS Feed     Email a friend

May 15, 2019  12:54 PM

Limiting bias and inexperience in AI-powered factories of the future

Saranyan Vigraham Profile: Saranyan Vigraham
ai, AI algorithms, AI designers, IIoT, industrial AI, Industrial IoT, Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, iot, smart manufacturing

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals eight and nine are important in the context of Industry 4.0 and industrial IoT. SDG-8 calls for decent work and economic growth, while SDG-9 calls for...


May 15, 2019  11:43 AM

Gaining the monetization edge in IoT deployments

Jack Norris Profile: Jack Norris
ai, containers, Edge computing, edge processing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT cloud, IoT data, IoT edge, IoT monetization, IoT use cases, Machine learning, monetization

It's one thing to recognize that workloads are becoming more distributed and ushering in new opportunities. It's entirely different to understand how distributed workloads can effectively be monetized


May 14, 2019  11:24 AM

Voice assistants, AI and the cloud: An illusion of performance and privacy

Joseph Dureau Profile: Joseph Dureau
ai, AI privacy, Consumer IoT, enterprise ai, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, iot privacy, iot security, neuromorphic chips, voice assistants

With AI, the choice between cloud performance and respect for consumer privacy is a false one. Not only can AI perform well locally, but through embedded technologies, it can also personalize understanding and thereby refine it. The voice-activated personal assistants developed by U.S. tech...


May 13, 2019  11:47 AM

The edge of trust relies on an open source, interoperable IIoT framework

Richard Beeson Richard Beeson Profile: Richard Beeson
ai, edge, Edge computing, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT edge computing, IoT framework, IoT interoperability, IoT standards

Go back 20 years ago: You visit a remote mining site a good distance from any major city. It's humming with human activity. Operators work within a closed control network, manually monitoring and adjusting set points to keep things running smoothly. Physical dangers abound. You return to the...


May 7, 2019  1:28 PM

The evolution of the connected digital worker

Pat Geary Profile: Pat Geary
ai, connected RPA, digital workers, Internet of Things, iot, Machine learning, NLP, OCR, robotic process automation, ROBOTS, RPA, RPA software, smart robots

RPA is being enabled by ever-evolving, super-connected digital workers that will be far more intelligent, skillful, efficient and controllable than we ever imagined. The robotic process...

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May 6, 2019  11:32 AM

Due diligence and compliance in IoT with digital twins and mirrors

Maria Horton Profile: Maria Horton
ai, AI security, digital twin, digital twin security, incident response plan, Internet of Things, iot, IoT compliance, iot security, IoT threats, mirrored world, mirrors, Risk management, securing IoT, Virtualization

Part of speed to market and efficient market investment management is the use of digital resources to create, adapt, manage and extend new revenue services. This is the foundation of today's rapid IoT and AI application growth. Digital transformation with IoT and AI tools is effectively a...


May 3, 2019  3:28 PM

How can IoT and AI transform sports?

Francisco Maroto Francisco Maroto Profile: Francisco Maroto
"Olympic Games", ai, Artifical Intelligence, commercial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, sports, Wearables

This is based on a presentation I made in Dubai on April 23, 2019. In a 2016 article, I called Rio the first IoT Olympic Games. In Rio, we saw how athletes,...


April 25, 2019  1:50 PM

Wind power: A $27 billion opportunity readymade for AI and autonomous drones

George Yan Profile: George Yan
ai, autonomous drones, commercial drones, computer vision, Drones, Internet of Things, iot, Machine learning, wind power, Wind Turbine

The enterprise drone market is ascending rapidly. Goldman Sachs estimated that businesses will spend $13 billion on drones between now and 2020. Promising commercial applications for drones range from


April 25, 2019  1:30 PM

In the fast-growing field of sports analytics, SD-WAN is the power hitter

Charuhas Ghatge Profile: Charuhas Ghatge
ai, Analytics, Automation, Machine learning, SD-WAN, sports

With all of the concern over AI and the loss of jobs it could entail, no one is talking about the imminent demise of TV color commentators. And yet, improbable as it may seem, the likes of Howard Cosell and Bob Costas might just be replaced someday by an algorithm. An offshoot of data and video...


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