The dawn of a new design philosophy for electronics
The University of Surrey has unveiled a device with unique functionality that could signal the dawn of a new design philosophy for electronics, including next-generation wearables and eco-disposable sensors.
Consumers want AI-enabled smart homes but not smart workplaces
Consumers are the most positive and excited for AI technologies that benefit their lives outside of work, research from O’Reilly shows. The survey, which delves into the opinions of consumers and compares them to that of AI-creators - those working to develop AI driven solutions including CTOs, data scientists, software engineers, solutions architects and IT Directors - reveals a wider indifference to the potential of AI in a work...
First on-device AI mobile phishing defence launched for SMS
SlashNext, the phishing authority, has announced the first on-device AI mobile phishing defence for IOS and Android with natural language and link-based detection to protect users from the exponential increase in mobile-based SMS phishing (‘SMishing’) attacks.
Free data science and analytics digital learning from SAS
To meet the needs of learners and professionals across the UK adapting to new daily routines, SAS continues to offer flexible, free options. From short videos to interactive online courses, the training resources can introduce beginners to programming or statistics or lead to a valuable industry credential like the SAS AI and Machine Learning Professional.
Impending technological innovations of AI in medical diagnostics
Image recognition AI has the potential to revolutionise medical diagnostics. In addition to enabling early disease detection and even the possibility of prevention, it can enhance the workflow of radiologists by accelerating reading time and automatically prioritising urgent cases. However, as IDTechEx has reported previously in its article 'AI in Medical Diagnostics: Key Strategies for Faster Clinical Uptake', image recognition AI's current valu...
Partnership to accelerate AI tech for Industry 4.0 initiatives
Vision AI software company, Neurala has announced a new strategic partnership with global manufacturing company, IMA Group. The partnership will deliver AI solutions for industrial machines, focused on field testing of AI that enables monitoring and provides actionable insights from data collected through IIoT systems.
O’Reilly launches new tool for learning in the flow of work
O’Reilly has announced the launch of O’Reilly Answers, an advanced natural language processing (NLP) engine that delivers quick, contextually relevant answers to challenging technical questions posed by users through O’Reilly online learning. With a one-click integration into Slack, O’Reilly Answers helps users learn from and discover the content that moves business forward.
SICK’s deep learning brings simplicity to AI inspection
SICK has launched a suite of Deep Learning apps and services to simplify machine vision quality inspection for challenging components, assemblies, surfaces or food produce, especially those that have previously defied automation and remained distinguishable only by human inspection.
AI mobile threat defence solution to protect against phishing attacks
BlackBerry has unveiled BlackBerry Protect Mobile, a new Mobile Threat Defence (MTD) solution that extends the powerful AI-based security in BlackBerry Protect to mobile devices. The solution provides security teams with unprecedented visibility into their mobile, desktop, and server endpoints from a single security console, which is critical during a time when remote workers are being targeted with mobile malware and phishing attacks.
FH series vision system with AI defect detection
OMRON has announced the global release of its new FH Series Vision system with defect detection AI technology that identifies defects without learning samples. This artificial intelligence technology, which reproduces human sensibility and the techniques of skilled inspectors, reliably detects defects that were once difficult to capture, automating human vision-based visual inspection.