TULIPP project delivers results for embedded vision applications
EU initiative targeting the development of high performance, energy-efficient embedded systems for the growing range of increasingly complex image processing applications, TULIPP (Towards Ubiquitous Low-power Image Processing Platforms), has delivered its first three use cases covering Medical X-Ray Imaging, automotive ADAS and UAVs.
What does AI really mean for the future?
O’Reilly recently hosted the AI conference in London and whilst attending the general consensus from everyone I spoke and listened to was that no one seemed to be particularly scared or apprehensive about the future.
Field Service solution with advanced business intelligence
Global digital business services provider, Columbus, has today announced the launch of a fully connected and mobile Field Service solution. Columbus has created an end-to-end intelligent Field Service solution that utilises the full Dynamics 365 platform.
Secutech 2019: Integrated solutions to be shaped by AI and IoT
The business platform for safety and security products, Secutech returns for its 22nd edition next year with a sharpened focus on artificial intelligence and IoT technology. The fair will be held from 8th-10th May 2019 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Centre in Taipei.
Duo collaborate to advance autonomous driving applications
Wind River has announced that it has provided its VxWorks real time operating system to power the latest versions of MotionWise, TTTech Auto’s safety-software platform for autonomous driving applications.
Every second person wants to speak with electronic devices
The ‘Internet of Voice’ is on the rise: voice control of electronic appliances is important for 59% of German consumers. In fact, every second person in the country wants to have a human-like dialogue via smart voice assistants such as Alexa, Siri, and friends. In an international comparison, Germans are rather reserved when it comes to their conversation wishes.
Are we anywhere near to fully autonomous cars?
Addison Lee plans self-driving taxis by 2021. It will start by creating detailed maps that record the position of kerbs, road signs and traffic lights, in preparation for autonomous cars. Dr Sally Epstein, Machine Learning expert at Cambridge Consultants, applauds the ambition but cautions that full autonomy remains a long way off.
Businesses are failing in making machine learning fair and safe
Almost nine in ten businesses deploying machine learning (ML) technologies have not yet considered important questions that will affect data quality, consumer privacy and, ultimately, the quality of ML applications, according to recent research from O’Reilly Media. The research, conducted among 2,000 senior business leaders in the EU, found that 86% of businesses fail to account for compliance, privacy, fairness and...
AI powered pedestrians and road users to test autonomous cars
WMG at the University of Warwick have begun work with a consortium of 11 organisations lead by Latent Logic in Oxford on a £2.7m UK government funded project to create a highly accurate virtual reality simulator environment, including Artificial Intelligence (AI) trained models of pedestrians and road users, to test connected and autonomous vehicles (CAVs).
Iceland and The Perfume Shop benefit from Feefo’s AI technology
Feefo is riding high on a wave of innovation, with companies such as Iceland and The Perfume Shop utilising its artificial intelligence-powered online reviews platform to gain unrivalled customer insight and make smarter business decisions.