Significant advances have been made during the past few years in the ability of artificial intelligence (AI) systems to recognise and analyse human emotion and sentiment, owing in large part to accelerated access to data (primarily social media feeds and digital video), cheaper compute power, and evolving deep learning capabilities
DataRobot, the provider in automated machine learning, announced that Monsanto Company has selected the DataRobot automated machine learning platform to enable its Artificial Intelligence initiatives.
McAfee, the device-to-cloud cybersecurity company, announced that it has extended its Cloud Security Platform to consistently protect Microsoft Azure, delivering the industry’s most extensive solution to secure Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS),
At Mobile World Congress 2018, VMware, Inc, unveiled the next chapter of its Internet of Things (IoT) strategy which will focus on delivering new edge computing solutions for specific use cases including Asset Management and Smart Surveillance.
According to the latest IoT research from Strategy Analytics, Mobile World Congress 2018: An Internet of Things (IoT) Preview, the dominant IoT themes emerging at the show will revolve around 5G use cases and applications, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) and Security.
Cybersecurity in business is often overlooked, underfunded or simply not given enough thought. Though recent research by Avast Business found that 96% of SMBs are concerned about malware and ransomware, the ‘it won’t happen to us’ attitude is still just as prevalent as the underlying fear of being hacked.
Renewable energy technologies have established a significant role in the energy industry. Because of their prominence and growing importance to power supplies, it is vital for the industry to develop appropriate security, and specifically cybersecurity, strategies.
Business owners are always trying to increase productivity in the workplace. They can introduce exercise breaks, have standing meetings and organise team-building days. However, in the manufacturing sector, these initiatives are unlikely to have an impact.
The era of the Smart Factory and Industry 4.0 may be here, but production downtime still casts a shadow over most manufacturing facilities, oil refineries and water treatment plants. Indeed, almost every factory loses 5% of its productivity capacity through faulty equipment, a loss of value that for the automotive sector alone is worth 28 million euros daily.
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