EMEA report predicts how apps will dramatically change the way we live and work

A report on the future of applications, highlighting major trends and projections that will significantly impact society, has been unveiled by F5 Networks application security and cloud solutions specialists.

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PTC puts on the pizazz at LiveWorx17, then discussions get serious about IoT’s problems

You couldn’t accuse PTC‘s president and CEO, Jim Heppelmann of a low-key kick-off yesterday for LiveWorx17, the Massachusetts-based company’s annual gathering of customers, industry analysts and a handful of house-trained journalists.

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Moving the connected home beyond ‘because we can’

Question One: Did you know the smart home means that your fridge will be able to order milk? Question Two: Do you care?

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The Internet of Manufacturing Things

Industry 4.0 (I4.0) is positioned as the next industrial revolution and it is already starting to change the way we manufacture and drive new levels of efficiency into shop-floor processes, says Francisco Almada Lobo, CEO, Critical Manufacturing.

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Greenwave Systems unveils edge analytics integration for VxWorks

Greenwave Systems, Inc., is collaborating with Wind River® to deliver its AXON Predict™ engine for Wind River’s VxWorks® real-time operating system (RTOS) developer community.

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Artificial intelligence just got even smarter

Little can rival the ascendancy of artificial intelligence’s (AI) profile from a niche concern to technology’s hottest theme, transcending the pages of the technical press to sit at the heart of mainstream culture.

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The greatest expectations for MWC 2017

When the tech and mobile industries gather at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, we can expect the Internet of Things (IoT) to take centre-stage. From how it can be used to define competitive advantage to creating new opportunities for commerce, how to harness IoT will be front of mind.

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Voicebox Australia demos Voice Artificial Intelligence breakthrough

Voicebox, an established provider in the growing conversational voice market, demonstrated ground-breaking advances made by Voicebox Australia, its AI Center of Excellence partnership with Macquarie University, at the Macquarie Park Innovation District (MPID) Global Innovation Summit.

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IoT botnets present ‘Unmanageable’ cyber security risk, warns Juniper Research

New data from Juniper Research has found that the consumer IoT (Internet of Things) installed base will reach over 15 billion units by 2021, an increase of 120% over 2016.

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Why Machine learning, Data Analytics and Internet of Things are BFF

Internet of Things is often associated with making common objects smart and connected. But it’s not enough to ‘give senses’ to inanimate objects. What we need to do next is to let IoT think and learn. Here is why.

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CES 2017 highlights 360-degree cameras, smart speakers, wearables and virtual/augmented reality themes

As the biggest consumer electronics companies in the world unveil their latest new products, Martin Garner, SVP, Internet at CCS Insight examines some key themes at the show.

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Securing our connected future

In a society where connectivity is everything, our expectations of technology are constantly increasing and changing. It is estimated that there will be 20 billion connected devices by 2020, the data gathered in this IoT era is helping businesses stay relevant, understand their customers more fluently and improve various parts of their lives.

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How important is predictive maintenance to your business?

What is Machine Learning? Machine Learning can be described as the study and construction of algorithms that can learn from and make predictions on data, rather than follow programmed instructions. IoT and Machine Learning are said to go hand in hand.

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Machine learning is cybersecurity’s latest pipe dream – Part 2

What is normal? It’s important to remember there is no silver bullet in security, and there is no evidence at all that tools such as ML and AI can solve the problem. ML is good at finding similarities between things (such as spam emails), but it is not so good at locating anomalies.

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Machine learning is cybersecurity’s latest pipe dream – Part 1

A recurring claim at security conferences is that “security is a big data / machine learning (ML) / artificial intelligence (AI) problem”. This is unfortunately wildly optimistic, and wrong in general. While certain security problems can be addressed by ML/AI algorithms, in general the problem of detecting a malicious actor amidst the vast trove of

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Google leads tech, testing and software development for autonomous driving, says IHS

Southfield, Mich., USA. November 12, 2015 – Autonomous driving continues to be one of the most widespread R&D activities within the global automotive industry. Car makers and tech companies are striving to deploy advances for on-road testing and approvals.

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