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AI and Automtive:  German Autolabs Brings Artifcial Intelligence to Every Car

AI and Automtive: German Autolabs Brings Artifcial Intelligence to Every Car

Most new cars are equipped with intelligent systems that allow drivers to control their smartphones or make phone calls while driving.

Swarm Intelligence: Learning from Ants

Swarm Intelligence: Learning from Ants

Cars that drive by themselves and robots operating autonomously are an increasing feature of modern life. This is made possible by using state-of-the-art computer technology that simulates thinking and decision making processes in our brain. To prevent the many new road users from getting in each other’s way, they also […]

Rockwell Automation’s Introduces AI Module

Rockwell Automation’s Introduces AI Module

Rockwell Automation’s announced its FactoryTalk Analytics LogixAI module , which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to detect production anomalies and alert workers so they can investigate or intervene as necessary.

Nokia launches AI collaboration plan

Nokia launches AI collaboration plan

Nokia detailed plans to open a network of what it termed Cognitive Collaboration Hubs, intended to drive cooperation between the vendor, operators and enterprises in the development of artificial intelligence (AI)-based services.

Samsung Opens AI Centers in the U.K., Canada and Russia

Samsung Opens AI Centers in the U.K., Canada and Russia

Samsung Research – the advanced R&D hub of Samsung Electronics’ SET (end-products) Business – plans to establish three artificial intelligence Centers in Cambridge, the U.K., Toronto, Canada and Moscow, Russia within May 2018 to strengthen the company’s AI capabilities and explore the potential of user-centric AI.

Industry 4.0 – Industrial IoT: Bringing the jobs back

Industry 4.0 – Industrial IoT: Bringing the jobs back

Americans talk about the industrial internet of Things but in Germany it’s called industry 4.0. Whatever the label, it’s the catch-all for the future of industrial production. The automation and mass customization being delivered, combined with advances in artificial intelligence will have an enormous effect on decreasing traditional labor markets.

Sensors – Eyes and Ears in IoT: Smarter then Ever

Sensors – Eyes and Ears in IoT: Smarter then Ever

Sensors are the eyes and ears of IoT and the latest generation can see, hear, and feel more than ever before, allowing developers to pack in new features by the truckload.

Column: Marco Giegerich – IoT + AI go hand in hand

Column: Marco Giegerich – IoT + AI go hand in hand

In the past, IoT was focused mainly on getting things connected through sensor networks that were capable of collecting huge amounts of data – but the bigger questions remain: What should we do with all this data? How can we use and monetize it?

The Smart Factory: Value First

The Smart Factory: Value First

The smart factory offers an inexhaustible range of technical opportunities – but manufacturing companies cannot start using every possible technology all at once, and not every technology is suitable for every company. The starting point should not be the technologies but the goals.

IoT at Work: Smart Companies

IoT at Work: Smart Companies

Port Harcourt: Honey Flow Africa Putting a Buzz into Beekeeping Bees don’t just make honey; they are vital to agriculture as pollinators for all kinds of crops. Unfortunately, bee populations are susceptible to many threats, such as diseases, climate change, and predators. Mites, viruses, and fungi are the bees’ worst […]