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The Internet of Things requires machine learning and AI
If there ever was a time where there was enough storage to capture it all, that time has passed. It now makes no economic sense to capture every data point, as we need only selected data points to train models. This computer assist of humans through ...
Four steps to get the most value from your IoT data
The IoT journey has evolved over the last several years. But it is definitely a journey. Let’s look at the four steps every organization needs to master to truly realize value from their IoT efforts.
Watson and AI-powered manufacturing dominate 2018
As VP of Offering Management for IBM Watson IoT, I am often asked what Watson can do for manufacturing. As it happens, I had the chance to speak to Ralph Rio, of ARC Advisory Group about exactly this a few weeks ago at the ARC Industry Forum. The ...
What Reinventors Know. Part 4: The importance of culture
If you’ve been keeping up with the earlier parts of this series, you’ll know that Reinventors are agile and future-focused. Reinventors build emerging technologies into their business strategy to help achieve future strategic goals. They prepare ...
What Reinventors Know. Part 1: Realizing the potential of IoT with Artificial Intelligence
Welcome to ‘What Reinventors Know’ – a four-part blog series dedicated to reinventing ...
IoT ruins movies: The Thomas Crown Affair
‘Tis the season to be sickly, so I spent Friday afternoon watching The Thomas Crown Affair through a haze of phlegm and self-pity. The 1999 one, not the 1968 one. Yes, it still counts as work. And the reason is that, fortunately, this Pierce ...
Affective computing: can machines achieve emotional intelligence?
Earlier this year, admittedly a little late to the party, I got hooked on ‘Humans’: a TV series ...
Facing the threat: Big Data and crime prevention
Following last week’s horrible attacks in Barcelona, a friend asked me what IoT technology is doing to fight violent crime. While I was hardly surprised by the question, I had to admit that I didn’t know the answer. It got me thinking ...
IoT weekly round-up: Thursday 17th August 2017
Welcome to the IoT weekly round-up – your link to the latest from the connected world. This week, customers in Canada and the U.S. can use Google Home to make phone calls, Microsoft’s been testing autonomous gliders, and machine learning could ...
Cognitive inspection: IBM Visual Insights
The adoption of automation and IoT technologies within the manufacturing industry has led to speedier production, better asset management and significantly reduced downtime. But inspection processes, which are often fully manual and reliant on staff ...
WaterBot: connected for safe water
Water, water everywhere, but is it safe to drink? The nation’s public water systems are stressed. How utilities respond to this challenge and get support for increasing rates will require careful planning, strategic prioritization, appropriate ...
IoT ruins movies: The Terminator
Setting the scene: Artificial intelligence and robots At the heart of the movie The Terminator is a fundamental struggle between man and machine. In 2029, the future from which the Terminator is sent back to wreak havoc on the life of Sarah Connor, a...
A very personalized Halloween
How to build a better bed: IoT and AI at the zoo
Spotlight on ‘Lawtech’: how machine learning is...
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