Vodafone and Google Cloud to develop global data platform

Vodafone and Google Cloud announced a new, six-year strategic partnership to drive the use of reliable and secure data analytics, insights, and learnings to support the introduction of new digital products and services for Vodafone customers simultaneously worldwide.

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The manufacturing data platform

Manufacturers understand the importance of leveraging technologies to stay ahead in the market. Whether referred to as Industry 4.0 (I4.0), smart manufacturing, or the 4th industrial revolution, data is the biggest asset, says Francisco Almada Lobo, chief executive officer and co-founder at Critical Manufacturing.

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Yokogawa and NTT DOCOMO in 5G, Cloud and AI PoC test

Yokogawa Electric Corporation has agreed with NTT DOCOMO, Inc. to jointly undertake a proof of concept test (PoC). This is for the remote control of a plant system using 5th generation mobile communications (5G), the cloud, artificial intelligence (AI), and other technologies.

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How can we feed the world? Intelligent farming for the future

The requirement to feed an ever-increasing population combined with the devastation created by frequent extreme weather events, challenges every farmer globally.

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The future state of healthcare and how IoT and AI will play a vital role

A recent IoT Now webinar uncovered how demand for medical and healthcare-related services is changing as new technologies enable use cases such as remote diagnosis. The webinar, hosted by IoT Now managing editor, Jeremy Cowan, brought together Dinky Lin, an AIoT specialist at China Mobile International (UK), who is responsible for consultation on artificial intelligence

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IoT tech to save more than 8x its consumed energy by 2030

New research from UK-based analysts, Transforma Insights, along with 6GWorld and InterDigital, outlines how IoT will positively impact air, water and energy resource consumption.

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Does the world need another IoT standard?

Webcomic #927 on the xkcd.com site typifies the dilemma around standardisation. It makes a joke about two people wanting to create a new standard when fourteen already exist, says Ken Figueredo of oneM2M.

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Siemens and Google Cloud to cooperate on AI-based solutions in manufacturing

Google Cloud and Siemens, an innovation and technology provider in industrial automation and software, announced a new cooperation to optimise factory processes and improve productivity on the shop floor.

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Cloudera collaborates with NVIDIA to accelerate data analytics and AI in the cloud

Cloudera, the enterprise data cloud company, announced that Cloudera Data Platform (CDP) will integrate the RAPIDS Accelerator for Apache Spark 3.0.

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Johnson Controls and Pelion partner on AI and IoT for ‘smart, healthy, and sustainable’ buildings

Pelion, the connected IoT device service provider, and subsidiary of Arm, is partnering with Johnson Controls, a provider in smart, healthy and sustainable buildings.

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Accenture acquires Core Compete

Accenture has acquired Core Compete, a cloud analytics services firm headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, with additional offices in the UK and India.

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Adding value with the right telemetry partner

Running a successful business in the 21st century means integrating technology within all aspects of operations. One of the most valuable benefits is that data can be analysed and interpreted to improve operational efficiency and the most effective was of accessing this resource is with a Remote Telemetry Unit (RTU).

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Akkio launches AI Data Stories to help companies understand their predictive models

Akkio, a no-code machine learning (ML) platform for modern sales, marketing, and finance teams, announced it has launched a new feature called Data Stories. Data Stories enable Akkio users to understand the inputs that are most predictive in driving the AI models they create.

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How AI is bringing 0% unplanned downtime into reach

Unplanned downtime is a million-dollar problem. Unexpected stops during production or operations can cost organisations on average $2 million (€1.70 million) a time, and 82% of companies experience at least one unplanned outage every three years (according to Aberdeen research).

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Accenture and Ripjar help Shell transform risk screening by applying AI

Accenture and Ripjar, a UK based data intelligence company, are collaborating with Royal Dutch Shell to further enhance risk screening within its global supply chain using artificial intelligence (AI).

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Oraichain & Ocean join forces to expand their AI ecosystems

Oraichain and Ocean Protocol announced a new long-term partnership that allows both companies to work together to integrate products, services, and AI data to expand both companies’ AI-powered ecosystem offerings.

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