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Blockchain may help simplify the plastics recycling supply chain for greater adoption.
Embracing an agile architecture not only helps businesses ride out the pandemic but will enable innovation in the long term.
A research team from Rensselaer is working on developing AI tools to identify high risk COVID-19 patients.
Without a major breakthrough in computational power, through something like quantum computing, improvements will come less frequently and at a higher cost.
Edge computing applications, like information technology itself, are only limited by one's imagination.
A shift to a subscription economy, in which businesses pay for usage, will happen in the next few years, benefiting the IoT market.
Call centers encumbered by worker questions and battling safe policies are turning to artificial intelligence (AI) technologies.
Real-time data is the key to having a supply chain that can accommodate rapid shifts in purchasing patters, such as those that occurred during the pandemic.
In the news this week: Sumo Logic enhances its Observability suite, partnerships abound to bring real-time analytics and AI to more businesses, and more.
UK study reveals that Artificial Intelligence can help healthcare providers diagnose Alzheimer’s earlier and improve patient prognosis.
With this new method, there could be a much higher rate of transfer between a processor and memory, while also lowering the energy costs.
As the factory environment continues to evolve beyond this pandemic, AR-enabled programs will deliver transformational results to manufacturers and industrial enterprises.
The algorithm allows much larger fleet optimization problems to be tackled in reasonable timescales using software a user can put on their laptop.
Security concerns are raising costs, with enterprises reporting that security was taking up between 10% and 30% of their IoT budgets.
IoT devices using the digital ID can be more clearly identifiable and secure when connecting to other devices and networks.
The past year has been the ultimate test for supply chain networks—and many have been found to be wanting. Trade wars, shifts in global trading relationships, and the COVID-19 crisis have wreaked havoc on even the most sophisticated supply chain systems, resulting in slowdowns, missed shipments, and an inability to meet customer requirements.
Mature digital technologies, scientific advancements, and emerging DARQ technologies will help businesses adjust to customer demand and differentiate their offerings.
Deployed for AI, e-prop would require only 20 watts, approximately one-millionth the energy a supercomputer uses.
In the news this week: IBM launches a new AI-based solution to help brands identify influencers, a new deep learning product for sentiment analysis, and more.
The necessary compute power to run AI models is increasing by a factor of two every three months.
Its IoT platform is designed for both consumers and experts and lets them control anything from a smart thermostat to fully automated buildings and even robots.