Paysafe uses Snowflake to power cloud-based approach to data and analytics

Integrated payments platform, Paysafe, is leveraging technology from Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, to achieve meaningful data insights and deliver more informed and enhanced customer experiences by tapping into Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) data models.

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Algorithmia and Arthur to offer end-to-end AI lifecycle management

Arthur, the machine learning monitoring company, and Algorithmia, the industry provider in MLOps and model management, are partnering to bring Arthur’s monitoring capabilities to organisations that have deployed their ML models on the Algorithmia platform.

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Who ‘gets’ IoT and what are the outcomes?

Interview: IoT Now talks to Michael Sack, CEO and founder of TeraCode, to find out what he sees as the largest opportunities and challenges today in the Internet of Things (IoT).

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Data analytics and AI to propel smart water and wastewater leak detection solutions market

Frost & Sullivan‘s recent analysis, data analytics and AI boost accuracy to drive global smart water and wastewater leak detection solutions market, finds that the wastewater leak detection market has witnessed a significant rate of innovation and digital transformation.

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AI-powered language platform Glossika raises the bar for online learning

CES 2021 – A team of linguists and polyglots is raising the bar for language learning applications with a proprietary, machine-learning algorithm that identifies patterns to create a learning experience that closely simulates total immersion language training.

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Where old meets IoT, SaaS integration

Old meets new in the Internet of Things (IoT). It has been seen that we as humans only look forward when supported by evidence we already know (the past). This means, says Joseph Zulick of MRO Electric and Supply, that it becomes harder to find solutions that we have not already considered.

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5G and Industry 4.0 are the keys to unlocking Europe’s economy

Economic forecasts across the globe make for grim reading. The coronavirus pandemic when it first hit brought countries to a standstill. In June, the World Bank projected that the global economy was on course to shrink 5.2% over the course of 2020.

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Putting data science in the hands of domain experts to deliver more valuable insights

Emerging technologies such as advanced analytics and artificial intelligence (AI) are transforming the manufacturing sector. The factory floor is awash with data driven by the growth in Internet of Things (IoT) sensors. But, says Mike Loughran, CTO for the UK and Ireland at Rockwell Automation, data alone is not a useful commodity. This data needs context and

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ABB information systems selects Google Cloud to expand its cloud footprint

Google Cloud announced it has been selected by ABB to further expand the cloud footprint of its Information System (IS) services. The Swiss headquartered global technology provider has chosen Google Cloud as part of the organisation’s ‘Rationalising IT Operations’ (code named: Program RIO) initiative, which seeks to further increase the scalability and resilience of its

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Weka announces cloud-native, unified storage solutions for the entire data lifecycle

WekaIO (Weka), the innovation specialist in high-performance, scalable file storage for data-intensive applications, today announced a transformative cloud-native, storage solution underpinned by the world’s file system, WekaFS that unifies and simplifies the data pipeline for performance-intensive workloads and accelerated DataOps.

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Five ‘must-haves’ from your IoT connectivity partner for successful remote patient monitoring, says Aeris

IoT-enabled remote patient monitoring is rising amid COVID-19 as healthcare providers cut personal contact, according to Internet of Things (IoT) technology partner Aeris Communications. Today Aeris announced a new, free white paper titled, “Five Must-Haves from Your IoT Connectivity Partner to Ensure Successful Remote Patient Monitoring,”.

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Why the intelligent edge is central to tomorrow’s IoT

We’ve all seen the projections about how many devices will soon be connected to the internet of things (IoT), says Gowri Chindalore, head of Strategy, Edge Processing, NXP Semiconductors. IDC, for example, predicted the figure will exceed 41 billion by 2025. Much has been written about the opportunities this will unlock to make our homes,

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Cybersecurity pros embrace automation, yet younger staff fear being replaced by tech

Despite 88% of cybersecurity professionals believing automation will make their jobs easier, younger staffers are more concerned than veterans that the technology will replace their roles. This is according to new research by Exabeam.

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IoT can solve the care home crisis – but better privacy education is essential

We are all getting older, says Dr. Harro Stokman, CEO and founder of Kepler Vision. Not just on an individual level, but the combination of falling birth rates and longer lifespans mean that the proportion of old people versus young people is higher than it has ever been. While this is a great achievement on

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GeoSpock attracts another $5.4mn investment to speed adoption of database tech

GeoSpock has announced $5.4 million (€4.60 million) in additional funding. This is to accelerate the development and adoption of what is claimed to be the fastest, most scalable database on the market. This strategic investment round brings the total GeoSpock has raised to date to more than $32 million (€27.28 million).

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AWS makes Amazon Timestream available for the IoT

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company, has announced the general availability of Amazon Timestream. This is a new time series database for the Internet of Things (IoT) and operational applications that can scale to process trillions of time series events per day up to 1,000 times faster than relational databases, and at as low as 1/10th

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