Billions of mobile devices around the world can now initiate payments. But can the supporting IT infrastructure keep up with the growing pressure to process …
Topic: Industry Insights
How various industries use real-time analytics to improve the business bottom line. We explore both physical, IoT uses (such as sensor data in manufacturing, transportation, and energy) as well as use of transactional and Web data, such as in the financial services, marketing, and customer-experience management industries.
The benefits of using AI in healthcare are two-fold as both the patients and healthcare providers can leverage the
In the news this week: more analytics and AI tools are made available to COVID-19 researchers, plus the launch of the Digital Transformation Institute.
Worldwide, scientists and government agencies are using AI technology and real-time analytics to study, track, and plan actions related to COVID-19.
Here are a few predictions about how several industries that impact our everyday lives will be impacted by AI not only this year but
Real-time data without context can be either too troubling or not troubling enough, leading to panic and wrong
A genomic sequencing process that once took 30 hours or more can now be completed in a few
In the news this week: not surprisingly several announcements about using AI in healthcare, plus multiple offerings that use AI with IoT systems.
AI tools can automate the process-oriented tasks by immediately filtering the people who are available for a meeting at a particular slot.
IoT, stream processing, and analytics based on CI and AI allow energy companies to boost efficiencies and better meet customer and regulatory demands.