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.
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.
Anyone following the markets related to the Internet of Things has seen the forecasts of tens of billions of connected devices, trillions of dollars of economic impact and the transformation of multiple industries.
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.
The new partnership of China-based cloud service provider, Alibaba Cloud and telecoms software provider, ZTEsoft will inevitably bring new products to the market for telecom network operators.
That’s right, machines don’t just analyse data but can talk to humans like other humans would. Except, as L&T Technology Services says, they can move from talking like a layperson to spitting the kind of intelligence Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking are known for.
Sensors integrated into devices use the internet and offer a bulk of data that is extremely useful, says Danish Wadhwa. There are many reasons for transmitting sensor data but all reasons settle on a common assumption that is data can be mined and evaluated to generate actionable insights.
How AI is making manufacturing more cognitive today Today’s factories can be futuristic hives of automated, connected and intelligent systems — now they are even capable of self-learning. Artificial intelligence (AI) has started to find its niche in manufacturing, and as technology matures — with sensors becoming more cost-efficient every day — manufacturers are [...]