Winning the Best Picture Oscar: IBM Watson and winning predictions

Written by Lynne Slowey and Demetre Quartey | January 25, 2017 | Blog

It was big news yesterday with the 89th Academy Award nominations announced. And from now until 26th February we will discuss, debate, and review who deserves to win an Oscar, the biggest accolade in the film industry. But is there a way to win? Can patterns predict? Are there key themes that make an Oscar more

IoT ruins movies: Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Written by Jen Clark | October 13, 2016 | Manufacturing

Setting the scene – the fourth industrial revolution If you’re interested in the IoT you may have also heard of something called Industry 4.0 – otherwise known as the fourth industrial revolution. Industry 4.0 manufacturing is all about the increasing connectivity of smaller and smaller components, some of which are in machines on the factory more

IoT ruins movies: Speed

Written by Jen Clark | September 19, 2016 | Automotive, Blog

Setting the scene So I have to admit – yesterday, the most I knew about 1994 action thriller ‘Speed’ was that Family Guy’s Peter Griffin thought the movie’s title was “The bus that couldn’t slow down.” So seeing the film today was an unexpected treat. The film: ‘Speed’ Released in 1994, Speed was a surprise hit, more