Everyone seems to have a story to tell in Artificial Intelligence (AI) these days. But is it really having an impact on wireless networks? Here, Jeremy Cowan of IoT Now talks to two execs about recent developments; Keith Cahoon, UK Business Development director of Mist, and Kevin Fenn, global head of networks at ThoughtWorks.
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Redpine Signals, Inc. claim to launch the industry’s first family of MCUs designed specifically to meet the high MIPS, memory and security demands of IoT devices, while at the same time improving battery life compared to traditional ARM-Cortex-M4 MCUs.
Access Co, ltd. has announced that Tokyo-based LeapMind Inc., is collaborating with ACCESS as an Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology partner for NetFront EdgeAI.
FogHorn, a developer of edge intelligence software for industrial and commercial Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, announced the availability of its Lightning 2.0 software. The additions to the Lightning portfolio establish new industry benchmarks for edge-based machine learning (EdgeML),
In the IoT era, companies increasingly require critical decisions to be made in fractions of seconds. Yet in the most time-sensitive situations, says Adi Hirschtein, director of product at Iguazio, the latency involved in sending their data to a centralised cloud and back poses significant hurdles to efficiency and economy.
Technology analyst and advisory firm, 451 Research, released 4Sight, a report detailing the forces of innovation that will reshape the entire digital enterprise landscape over the next decade.
Many organisations have moved their infrastructure to a public cloud environment,and now many are using cloud services to manage the Internet of Things.
Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) increase car safety by helping with monitoring, warning, braking and steering tasks. These systems are set to grow over the next decade, driven in part by advancements in sensing and laser technologies, and by regulatory change.
It was inevitable that the technology du jour, artificial intelligence (AI) dominated opening exchanges at today’s Economist Innovation Summit (#EconInnov). And for those – like me, admits Jeremy Cowan – who believed that AI is still mostly a series of chatbots and pilot projects there was an early wake-up call.
As the hype cycle in the Internet of Things (IoT) begins to yield to more realistic expectations, a new study by the GSMA’s Mobile World Live and commissioned by mobile technology R&D firm InterDigital, highlights some important transitions in market perception.