IoT Agenda:

Machine learning


July 17, 2019  10:39 AM

Machine learning tips to build a facial recognition tool

Jonathan Fries Profile: Jonathan Fries
ai, Algorithms, Data, Data scientist, Machine data, Machine learning, machine learning algorithms

Even just a decade ago, it was hard to believe that computers would be able to drive cars or easily recognize pictures of a cat. The programming and AI tools around at that time struggled with computers seeing the world around them and processing that information accurately. In the last 10...

July 16, 2019  4:32 PM

Three Es of AI: First an intro to ethical artificial intelligence

Scott Zoldi Profile: Scott Zoldi
Artificial intelligence, Bias, ethical AI, ethics, Internet of Things, iot, Machine learning

This is the first piece in a three-part series. There is a lot of controversy in business circles as to whether organizations use AI technology for unethical purposes. This blog isn't about that at all. From a data scientist's point of view,


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 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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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...


March 29, 2019  12:38 PM

Smart robots take companies from ‘business as usual’ to ‘work like tomorrow’

Chris Huff Profile: Chris Huff
ai, Automation, Data Analytics, IoT analytics, IoT data, IoT software, Machine learning, natural language processing, robotic process automation, ROBOTS, RPA, RPA software, smart robots

Among the hundreds of processes that keep companies ticking, many -- including financial reporting and invoice handling -- are based on structured data and involve a series of manual, repetitive and often paper-based tasks to complete. That makes them ideal candidates for robotic process automation...


March 19, 2019  1:37 PM

Open source technologies for IoT application performance challenges

Nikita Ivanov Profile: Nikita Ivanov
Apache Ignite, Apache Kafka, Data Analytics, data platform, In-memory computing, Internet of Things, iot, IoT analytics, IoT applications, IoT data, IoT platform, Kubernetes, Machine learning, Open source, open source IoT, Open source software, Predictive maintenance, stream processing

The internet of things presents enterprises with unprecedented business opportunities, but also major application performance challenges. The amount of data generated by large-scale IoT applications can dwarf traditional application architectures. As a result, IoT platforms may be based on cloud...


February 25, 2019  1:27 PM

Overcome the cybersecurity skills gap to embrace the digital transformation power of IoT

Jonathan Nguyen Duy Profile: Jonathan Nguyen Duy
Automation, Internet of Things, iot, IoT devices, iot security, IoT training, lifecycle management, Machine learning, securing IoT, security professionals, security skills, skills gap, skills shortage

New technologies are not only being adopted as quickly as they are created, but they are also being woven together in ways that are disrupting even the latest networking strategies. Cloud computing has not only moved computing and applications out of the core network, but with the adoption of...


February 12, 2019  2:24 PM

Smarter networks mean smarter students

Mike Leibovitz Profile: Mike Leibovitz
Artificial intelligence, Automation, edtech, Education, Internet of Things, iot, IOT Network, IoT wireless, Machine learning

Edtech initiatives enable students to learn in entirely new ways, helping to shape the skilled workforce of the future. From virtual reality to drones to robotics, K-12 districts are investing in new, cutting-edge technology for education environments. Other than providing students with creative...


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