The retail industry is still facing challenges with network downtime, according to a new study from Cradlepoint, a provider of cloud-delivered LTE and 5G Ready wireless network edge solutions. Despite struggling to provide reliable network connectivity, artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are considered the priority IT focuses over the next five years.
According to a new report from the IoT analyst firm Berg Insight, 5G will make its first appearance in the Internet of Things (IoT) market in late 2020.
Radbot inventor, Damon Hart-Davis, explains why keeping it simple should be front of mind as the industry develops smart heating technologies
The world of technology is coming out with new future concepts like Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), the Internet of Things (IoT) and the list goes on. Also, says business analyst Elisha Swisten, there are some ingenious technologies that have a practical aspect of how the world runs.
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.
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,
Nokia announced that it will partner with Pöyry, an international consulting and engineering company, and Infosys,
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) are terms that project a futuristic and science fiction image; both have been identified as causing disruption in business in 2018. In fact, says Harnil Oza, CEO of Hyperlink InfoSystem, both concepts are more real today than they have been at any time in the past.
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