AI development boosted with 3S-2400 storage server
PNY Technologies has launched the 3S-2400 AI storage server. It is an affordable flash storage server dedicated to AI development, designed to maximise the performance of NVIDIA’s DGX-1 supercomputer.
Tiny AI module developed with Coral intelligence
Murata has announced that it has created a tiny AI module in partnership with Google – the Coral Accelerator Module. The custom designed module packages Google’s Edge TPU ASIC within a miniaturised footprint.
Italian AI company joins the fight against COVID-19
Expert System, an Artificial Intelligence global company headquartered in Modena, Italy, has joined the fight against COVID-19 by granting biomedical researchers worldwide free access to its AI-based Clinical Research Navigator (CRN) tool effective immediately and extending through at least 1st July.
Harnessing the power of AI
Artificial intelligence, or AI, is everywhere. It’s a revolutionary technology that is slowly pervading more industries than you can imagine. It seems that every company, no matter what their business, needs to have some kind of AI story.
AI creates end-to-end car damage assessments
A UK insurers is employing artificial intelligence to create end-to-end damage assessments and estimates of vehicle damage. Ageas is using an AI solution, developed by technology company Tractable, to support some of the complex tasks that a human assessor would normally carry out when evaluating vehicle damage.
AI Solutions demonstrated through virtual introduction
Innovation is key within the electronics industry. Investing in smart solutions to improve manufacturing is essential with emerging trends like Artificial Intelligence (AI) becoming an integral part of the production line. Altus Group understands the significance of AI and is demonstrating its solutions through virtual introductions.
AI-based bridge maintenance tech by DOTs and PPPs
The New York and Tel Aviv based company, Dynamic Infrastructure has decided to open free of charge its AI-based technology to enable Departments of Transportation and Private Public Partnerships (PPP) to continue to remotely manage the critical maintenance of bridges and tunnels during the global emergency resulting from the coronavirus pandemic.
Is the food system at risk of crash?
COVID-19 is a reminder of how vulnerable our food system is. Supermarket shelves are empty. Twelve years earlier, the financial crash exposed the dangers of a finance system built on a web of interdependencies - many poorly understood. The effects of 2008 are still being felt today.
Financial boost for AI in medical image analysis
Thirona, Quirem and Radboudumc have successfully joined forces in the Radiology of the Future project. All three partners are situated in the East of the Netherlands and each has access to knowledge, skills and expertise in the area of smart and fast medical image analysis processing.
Light innovation with artificial intelligence
The research project OpenLicht was launched in September 2016 and stands for the design of smart, customized light solutions based on open source and new materials. OpenLicht was funded by the German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), with the goal of enabling new forms of collaboration between science, business, maker and startup community.