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The biggest challenge for enterprise AI is localised talent

The biggest challenge for enterprise AI is localised talent
  A recent survey conducted by industry research firm, Ovum, in partnership with data science software maker, Dataiku, found that one of the biggest challenges to companies looking to create meaningful insights from AI is getting the right skills in the right places.
12th November 2018

Adaptive acceleration to bring AI from the cloud to the edge

Adaptive acceleration to bring AI from the cloud to the edge
Emerging applications for AI will depend on System-on-Chip devices with configurable acceleration to satisfy increasingly tough performance and efficiency demands. Author: Dale Hitt, Director Strategic Marketing Development at Xilinx
12th November 2018

Embedded artificial intelligence highlighted at electronica 2018

Embedded artificial intelligence highlighted at electronica 2018
Embedded artificial intelligence (e-AI) is paving the way towards a safer, healthier, greener and smarter world. Renesas Electronics, a supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, announced it will showcase its innovations that are transforming the embedded design landscape at the electronica trade fair, which takes place November 13-16, 2018 at the Munich Trade Fair Centre. 
8th November 2018


Facial recognition at airport customs in Japan

Facial recognition at airport customs in Japan
It has been announced that NEC Corporation has received an order from Japan Customs for an electronic customs procedure gate featuring facial recognition for use at the customs inspection area at Japan's busiest international airport. Demonstration trials of the electronic customs procedure gate are scheduled to begin at Terminal 3 of Narita International Airport from April 2019.
7th November 2018

Custom AI engine for parts counter

Custom AI engine for parts counter
With all the talk of industry 4.0 and smart factory over recent years and the hype around artificial intelligence, Creative Electron believes they have a product that delivers on the promise of these digital building blocks. The software team at Creative Electron has developed a custom AI engine that adds features like incorrect label, missing components and counterfeit detection to the TruView Parts Counter AI.
7th November 2018

Server offers high performance for enterprise-level AI

Server offers high performance for enterprise-level AI
The release of the new G4760 4U 10xGPU server, from Equus Compute Solutions has been announced. It is well suited for artificial intelligence and deep learning environments and offers higher performance, reduced rack space requirements, and lower power consumption compared with traditional CPU-centric platforms, in a server package ideal for enterprise-level workloads.
7th November 2018

Talking to Anodot on what AI means for our future

Talking to Anodot on what AI means for our future
Anodot is an amalgamation of the words Anomaly and dot, and was co-founded four years ago by Ira Cohen and David Drai. Drai, previously the CTO at Gett, was getting quite frustrated, as he used to collect a large amount of real-time data as part of his job, but any problems would be discovered too late. Cohen explained: “Using all this data Drai saw anomalies, there was a drop here or something there, but it was discovered the next morning, which was too late as it then took another 24 hours for corrections to be made.”
5th November 2018

AI-Powered System To Automate Quality Control Process In Textile Industry

AI-Powered System To Automate Quality Control Process In Textile Industry
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University recently developed an intelligent fabric defect detection system, called “WiseEye”, which leverages advanced technologies including Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning in the process of quality control in textile industry. The system effectively minimises the chance of producing substandard fabric by 90%, thus substantially reducing loss and wastage in the production. It helps to save manpower as well as enhance the automation management in the textile manufacturing.
3rd November 2018

The future of artificial intelligence

The future of artificial intelligence
  Reviewing industry analyst and media pundit predictions confirms that many expected 2017 to be a significant year for artificial intelligence (AI). Forbes, Deloitte, Gartner, Accenture, Digital Trends and TechRadar all concurred, listing AI and machine learning among tech trends to watch in 2017.  By Mark Patrick, Mouser Electronics
1st November 2018

Partnership to decentralise cloud-to-edge AI

Partnership to decentralise cloud-to-edge AI
Leti, a research institute at CEA-Tech, has announced that its sensiNact Internet of Things (IoT) middleware will be the core of a platform under development in a EU-Korean project that will empower emerging Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications with on-demand computing at the edge of networks. 
31st October 2018


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electronica 2018
13th November 2018
Germany Messe Munchen
SPS IPC Drives 2018
27th November 2018
Germany Nuremberg
International Security Expo 2018
28th November 2018
United Kingdom London Olympia
The Security Event 2019
9th April 2019
United Kingdom NEC, Birmingham
Ceramics Expo 2019
29th April 2019
United States of America International Exposition Center (I-X Center)