IoT Agenda:

Artificial intelligence


May 2, 2018  1:02 PM

Chatbots and IIoT: What could they possibly have in common?

Mark Troester Profile: Mark Troester
ai, AR, Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, Chatbot, Chatbots, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT data, Sensor data

The traditional chatbot isn't much better than being stuck in phone tree hell. This is because they are created using a laborious coding process based on extensive decision trees that attempt to mimic every possible user interaction....

April 12, 2018  3:59 PM

Four common myths about AI

Ben Pietrabella Profile: Ben Pietrabella
ai, Artificial intelligence, consumer experience, Digital transformation, NLP, User experience, UX

Artificial intelligence has moved from science fiction to science fact, and the market for AI functionality in business is growing by leaps and bounds. In fact, innovative companies worldwide are mining considerable


April 12, 2018  12:35 PM

Where the rubber meets the road: Blockchain, AI and automobiles

Scott Zoldi Profile: Scott Zoldi
ai, Artificial intelligence, Bitcoin, Blockchain, Cars, Connected car, driving, FICO, Insurance, Internet of Things, iot, Relationships

Between coin heists and ICOs, much of the attention around


April 9, 2018  2:02 PM

Computer vision holds the key to disrupting TV advertising space

Ran Baror Profile: Ran Baror
advertising, ai, Artificial intelligence, audience, Cookies, IoT devices, IoT sensors, Metrics, Smart TV

For the last several years, the television industry has experienced a significant decline in advertising spent as marketing budgets have shifted toward online advertising. This decline is fueled by several factors, including the decrease in subscriber growth as streaming content over


April 2, 2018  10:38 AM

Five ways to accelerate predictive maintenance

Erick Dean Profile: Erick Dean
ai, Artificial intelligence, augmented reality, Big Data, Big Data analytics, IIoT, Industrial IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, Machine learning, Predictive maintenance

Organizations around the world are often flooded with "big data" buzzwords that detail how to better use customer data to drive business decisions. But what does this mean for the industrial sector, where data issues are often less understood by the general public? How are emerging technologies...


March 30, 2018  1:02 PM

In-motion 3D face authentication: A new set of digital eyes to keep you safe

George Brostoff George Brostoff Profile: George Brostoff
3D, 3D camera, Access control, ai, Artificial intelligence, Biometrics, Camera, Security

There has been lots of hype recently about the increasing use of biometrics to transform our lives, especially in the area of face recognition for identity verification. To be fair, Samsung and other device makers have...


March 21, 2018  2:42 PM

Artificial intelligence at work in the workplace

Scott Hoffpauir Profile: Scott Hoffpauir
ai, Artificial intelligence, Bots, Workplace

Artificial intelligence has come a long way in the past few years. What began as a concept has now become very real, with AI playing poker, telling us when to leave for the airport and letting us know what the weather will be like tomorrow. With the exponential rate of technological change, AI...


March 20, 2018  1:45 PM

How AI and IoT will interact

Tim Sherwood Tim Sherwood Profile: Tim Sherwood
ai, Artificial intelligence, Data Analytics, Enterprise IoT, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT devices, IoT platform, Sensor data

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March 19, 2018  1:46 PM

Use application performance monitoring to gain end-to-end IoT visibility

Jonah Kowall Profile: Jonah Kowall
APM, Artificial intelligence, Connected car, Internet of Things, iot, IoT applications, IoT devices, M2M, visibility

So much of what's written about IoT is either related to infrastructure, networking or telecom. Why is this? One might think that IoT is driven by these capabilities since it requires hardware, connectivity and management capabilities. I would argue, as would many of the public cloud providers,...


March 15, 2018  1:34 PM

CES 2018: The five words I heard most frequently

Stuart Sikes Profile: Stuart Sikes
ai, Amazon, Amazon Alexa, Artificial intelligence, CES, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, robot, ROBOTS, User Interface

AI. Overwhelmed. Alexa. Autonomous. Robots. As in the past few of my now 20 years of attending CES, the question I most hoped to avoid was "Did you see anything cool at the show?" I bristle at the query each year as it is an unfair question. The question might have been appropriate...


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