EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Autonomous systems, supported by artificial intelligence (AI) and digital twins, are a game-changer for industrial organisations. Today we are moving away from people telling machines what to do to a world where machines tell people what to do.
Artificial intelligence (AI), data science, web design and development are the three major domains collectively shaping the world of the internet right now. However, nothing may immediately come to one’s mind to establish a correlation among the three, says Yash Mehta.
In a recent report, ABI Research, a market-foresight advisory firm providing strategic guidance on the most compelling transformative technologies, outlines how technologies fit together with each other in Smart Manufacturing.
The convergence of technology, users and devices at the network edge, coupled with insatiable demand for secure, reliable connectivity, has created unprecedented complexity for enterprise IT teams that need to manage it all.
Mosley Street in Newcastle is claimed to have been the first street in the world to use electric lighting, and now more than a century on, it is set to achieve another feat as the UK’s ‘smartest’ street.
MagicCube, the company that claims the world’s only Software Trusted Execution Environment platform (sTEE), is exhibiting at Money 20/20 Europe in Amsterdam on June 4th – 6th.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is driving a paradigm shift in how nations prepare for the digital economy and could almost double the value of the global digital economy to $23 trillion (€19.68 trillion) by 2025 from $12.9 trillion (€11.04 trillion) in 2017 when it accounted for 17.1% of global GDP.
Pure Storage, the all-flash storage platform that helps innovators build a better world with data, announced its second AI-Ready Infrastructure offering, AIRI™ Mini, powered by NVIDIA. Architected by Pure Storage and NVIDIA,
C3 IoT announced that it will partner with Intel to address the market for AI and IoT enterprise software applications, estimated to exceed $250 billion (€213.80 billion) by 2020, across large commercial and public sector organisations globally.
The way we work has always been dictated by the technology available to us. As technology improves, says Charles Towers-Clark, CEO of Pod Group, the workforce adapts to match the new standard of efficiency, and a whole range of jobs is created based on newly created skills.