In the news this week: many AI solutions providers make their offerings and access to critical datasets available for free to help fight
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.
Continuous intelligence applications need a flexible infrastructure that accommodates the dynamic and variable nature of streaming data.
Worldwide, scientists and government agencies are using AI technology and real-time analytics to study, track, and plan actions related to COVID-19.
Real-time data without context can be either too troubling or not troubling enough, leading to panic and wrong
A confluence of factors is creating the perfect storm of the adoption and mainstream use of continuous
Reinforcement Learning-based Next Best Actions overcome limitations of traditional NBAs and offer better ways to personalize customer
Enabling communities to know about lightning strikes coming in the next 10 to 30 minutes may give them time to avoid fatalities or
Streaming analytics shifts the focus from systems of record to real-time data for actionable insights.
Everybody asks which industry is going to adopt IoT first. It's manufacturing because it was the first industry to start looking at it seriously.