If edge computing capabilities can be woven into the very fabric of our cities, this might come to revolutionize the way we interact with
The COVID crisis is accelerating the shift to edge computing because it preserves bandwidth and increases efficiency by processing information closer to the …
IDC sees connected oil field exploration, freight monitoring, and public safety response as the three areas with the highest propensity for edge
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.
Going forward, many tech vendors will package social distancing tools in new ways to make these capabilities ubiquitous while tailoring them to vertical …
In the news this week: AI-based solutions to help companies get back to work safely, new edge AI computing options, and more.
Computer vision is changing the retail customer
In the news this week: A COVID-19 Botathon challenges RPA developers to create innovative apps, MathWorks expands its AI capabilities, and more.
Microsoft is focusing on IoT and AI workloads, which are two technologies set to benefit enormously from 5G’s high-bandwidth and low-latency.
Given the many ways CI applications work with data, organizations need flexible, high-performance, highly scalable data ingestion and analysis