Homemachine learning

Peachtree Corners in the US, playing home to a live smart city testbed, has now installed 5G-enabled traffic monitoring video sensors. The city has signed with Bosch to deploy video-based …

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Rolls-Royce is to make available new “breakthrough” research on how to construct an ethical framework for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) that people will “genuinely trust”. The company has …

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Cisco IoT sensors

  Cisco has announced advancements to its IoT portfolio that enable service provider partners to offer optimized management of cellular IoT environments and new 5G use-cases, the company said in …

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Japan-based train company and railway operator Odakyu Electric Railway is trialling machine vision technology from Nokia to improve safety at rail crossings. The firm has started testing at the Tamagawa …

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Organizations will move IoT projects from proof-of-concept to proof-of-value Ramya Ravichandar, vice president of product management, FogHorn: “During proof-of-concept deployments in the last few years, many organizations have confirmed the …

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Higher-order analytics tools are being embedded in the industrial space, as data science and data capture practices advance, and as compute power and wireless networking become more flexible. But machine …

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California-based software developer FogHorn provides edge intelligence software for industrial and commercial IoT applications. The company has signed with auto-parts maker ADVICS to deploy its edge compute software to enable …

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AI

Ericsson announced the inauguration of its Global Artificial Intelligence Accelerator (GAIA) innovation hub in Montreal, Canada. The Swedish company said that its new innovation hub will focus on research and …

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In simple terms, the prevailing wisdom is the more data, the better. More data equals better decisions, which equals better products, and more users. That is the theory, anyway. The …

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There is massive disruption in the telecoms space, driven in the main part by the shift from proprietary hardware to commoditised hardware, and by the virtualisation of network functions in …

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