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IoT in Sports: The Numbers Game

IoT in Sports: The Numbers Game

Excessive collection of statistical data is at the heart of a huge sports trend. As if crunching and interpreting vast amounts of performance-related information will allow you to look into the future.

IoT Connectivity: From Baby Steps to Giant Strides

IoT Connectivity: From Baby Steps to Giant Strides

IoT connectivity is growing by leaps and bounds, promising amazing changes ahead. Experience is rapidly bearing out the predicted trend of a stunning number of “smart” devices appearing in businesses, at home, and in the public sphere.

Customs and Border Protection: IoT Gets The Goods

Customs and Border Protection: IoT Gets The Goods

The border protection industry is now on the cusp of seeing major new products and technologies appearing that could result in more secure and efficient borders for both passengers and trade.

IoT-Enhanced Processors from Intel

IoT-Enhanced Processors from Intel

At the “Intel Industrial Summit 2020”, the company announced newIoT-Enhanced Processors.

Deep Learning Software: Expanding the limits of automated inspection

Deep Learning Software: Expanding the limits of automated inspection

Cognex has introduced the world’s first industrial smart camera powered by Deep Learning software. This combination expands the possibilities of what can be successfully and precisely inspected in factory automation.

Brain–Computer Interfaces: Brainy Connections

Brain–Computer Interfaces: Brainy Connections

Computers can do many things a lot better than the human brain but there are still tasks we do easily that are impossible for computers to accomplish. What if the two systems could cooperate seamlessly? Smart Industry takes a look at some of the amazing developments in brain–computer interfaces

Biased Algorithms: Can AI be Evil?

Biased Algorithms: Can AI be Evil?

While killer robots may exist only in science fiction, a growing number of people inside and outside the world of technology are concerned that AI can do harm through embedded and latent prejudices.

AI means Business

AI means Business

Around the world, artificial intelligence (AI) is almost everywhere. In just a few years, it has spread beyond something only technology nerds get excited about, to permeate every realm of business, from supply chains to hiring, manufacturing to marketing, and customer services to medicine.

First Deep-Learning Enabled Machine Vision Camera Launched

First Deep-Learning Enabled Machine Vision Camera Launched

Flir, a specialist in thermal imaging and video analytics, has announced the launch of the FLIR Firefly® DL, the industry’s first deep learning, inference-enabled machine vision camera with FLIR Neuro technology.

Australia will deploy AI drones to spot sharks and crocodiles near swimmers

Australia will deploy AI drones to spot sharks and crocodiles near swimmers

The Ripper Group in conjunction with UTS successfully developed and demonstrated the world’s first AI drones enabled automatic detection system which covers sharks, crocodiles and a range of up to 14 different species of marine life. This Ai-enabled solution delivers 90% accuracy.