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If edge computing capabilities can be woven into the very fabric of our cities, this might come to revolutionize the way we interact with them.
Artificial intelligence could be a way to cut through long research and development timelines to deliver a competitive advantage.
The switch to online and mobile services presents challenges for banks to replicate in their digital offerings the personal touch of face-to-face interactions.
With people around the world feeling the lingering impacts of COVID-19, creating authentic touchpoints across the brand experience is essential.
A way to prevent a disconnect between the model and the business is through explainable AI, which can address the reasoning behind why AI decisions are made.
In the news this week: Deloitte launches an AI institute and IBM, HPE, Salesforce, and Siemens introduce offerings to help businesses safely return to work.
Companies that can leverage services that offer flexibility and adaptability are more likely to find success and create value in new markets.
The goal is to dramatically improve the trustworthiness of the data being relied on to prescriptively automate business processes in real time.
The goal of the system is to encourage individuals to talk about any difficulties they may have encountered due to the pandemic.
Building stronger data supply chains will ultimately create a positive impact for the business and its key stakeholders.
In the post-pandemic “new normal,” AI-driven intelligence will enable enterprise HR personnel to dynamically assess the operational costs, security risks, and productivity trade-offs associated with having employees work out of shared offices.
IDC sees connected oil field exploration, freight monitoring, and public safety response as the three areas with the highest propensity for edge deployment.
If you’re a small business and you are not ready for a major technology investment, you can still benefit from AI solutions using various budget-friendly solutions.
Similar to the way bats avoid obstacles, the sensors use echolocation to create a picture without any identifying data so that privacy is protected.
While the researchers do not recommend skipping an optician's appointment, they see the online AI-test as a potential evolution from the 19th century exams.
The AI in robotic prostheses predicts the type of terrain users will be stepping on, quantifies the uncertainties associated with that prediction, and then incorporates that uncertainty into its decision-making.
5G-integrated IIoT devices have the potential to disrupt traditional on-site job functions through remote working and virtual meetings.
In the news this week: IBM announced Watson Works, a set of products that embed Watson AI models and applications to help companies get back to work safely.
Combined with an intelligent IIoT ecosystem, EaaS can harness the current Industrial Revolution as an opportunity to fuel your company's growth.