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Alibaba is perhaps the biggest adopter of enterprise machine learning. They've used ML in warehouses to increase productivity by 70 percent.
Scalable Risk Solutions Announces Strategic Partnership with Risk Management Consulting Division of Brown &...
SenSOAR has a suite of “best in class” sensors that use AI and machine learning to monitor and protect properties from a variety of potential high frequency and high severity losses from water, fire, smoke, gas, temperature, motion, mold, and many other perils. The insurance industry is actively searching to find solutions like SenSOAR which is an all-in-one property monitoring platform and includes a water leak detector and temperature monitoring with the ability to shut off water at the sign of a spike in usage or a frozen pipe. SenSOAR has the capability to monitor millions of properties every year.
IoT technologies are expanding into new sectors every day. Let's discuss healthcare, agriculture and transportation IoT use cases.
The world's first chatbot, Eliza, was invented in the 1960s at MIT. Chatbots and voice assistants have come a long way since then.
Companies are leveraging AI-powered business analytics to guide their digital transformations. AI and ML are causing a paradigm shift in digital marketing.
Cloud services have become an integral part of software development, but what does it mean for media & entertainment companies? Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media and Entertainment Practice at DataArt, explores the intersection of media & tech.
Neighbor-ly is a fictional AI-driven smart home product that tells neighbors when they're annoying a homeowner. Could such tech make society more hostile?
On Last Week Tonight, John Oliver discussed how many see job automation as a threat. How much of that is justified? Are we instead augmenting human labor?
Major Incidents occur on a daily basis across all industry types. IoT provides an innovative platform enabling a consistent workflow process which will handle major incidents in a manner that reduces their adverse consequences.
Condition-Action (CA) engines are simple, adaptable and scalable. They can connect IoT devices to create powerful (yet simple) chains of logical operations.