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
Wearables in enterprise and industrial environments continue to see high levels of interest and market momentum, as companies across a wide variety of industry sectors conduct trials and plan deployments with a diverse set of devices across multiple use cases.
The wearables market in 2015 experienced ups and downs, but, overall, the market continues to be very promising, with fitness trackers and smart watches being the main drivers of volume and growth.
Enterprise and industrial organisations in a wide range of sectors are increasingly turning to wearable devices as an extension of their technology toolkits. Pioneering companies across a number of industries have found that wearables including smart watches, fitness trackers, and smart glasses can provide meaningful advantages in terms of productivity, efficiency, and cost savings.
Enterprise applications for wearable technology are just beginning to scratch the surface in terms of applicability and use cases, according to a new white paper published by market intelligence firm Tractica. Organisations that are taking innovative approaches to utilising wearables in their operations range from large hospitals to small clinics and from Fortune 500 companies to small and [...]
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