(A WEEK IN IoT) – All too often we, and the wider media, become a little obsessed with the activities of the corporate giants. I’m just as guilt as anyone, says Jeremy Cowan, and I can tell you I’ve given myself a stern talking to.
The invention of the Printed Circuit Board (PCB) in the 1950s changed the world of automation. Prior to the PCB, electronic circuit boards were assembled exclusively by hand, a laborious process that greatly limited global production.
H2O.ai announced the availability of H2O open source and H2O Driverless AI, an award winning automatic Machine Learning platform, on IBM Cloud Private. H2O.ai technology platforms on IBM Cloud Private (ICP) give customers a choice of deployment models to gain AI insights.
GeoSpock – the extreme-scale spatial big data integration company that provides analytics, builds insight, and enables predictions across space and time – announced a new partnership with X-Locations – the Japan-based location AI platform company.
Automation Anywhere, the global provider of Robotic Process Automation (RPA), announced major advances to IQ Bot 6.5, its Artificial Intelligence (AI) solution that greatly expands the global market for RPA.
H2O.ai, the open source supplier in AI and Machine Learning, announced that H2O Driverless AI, the award-winning automatic machine learning platform, and H2O4GPU,
The Internet of Things (IoT) is proving to be a transformative force for many businesses, regardless of industry. Yet, there are a few sectors that can benefit from this concept in particular – and both start-ups and small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) seem to be well aware of that, as new ventures offering powerful IoT solutions emerge.
Insight Enterprises, a Fortune 500 global systems integrator for organisations of all sizes, announced that it has been recognised as an Nvidia Advanced Technology Partner. The designation certifies Insight’s ability to assist clients in implementing Artificial Intelligence (AI),
There are now 7 billion IoT devices in use across the world. This number is expected to triple by 2025, reaching an unprecedented 21.5 billion devices, says Lev Lesokhin of CAST.
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