Internet of Things News Saturday, May 12 Low-cost monthly subscription, James chevalier, Databrokerdao · global & more…

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Linear Motion Plotter – All The Internet Of Things

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DataBroker DAO · Global market for local data

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Two Hot Growth Areas for The IoT Ecosystem

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Can Artificial Intelligence Help Find Alien Intelligence?

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  • In the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI), weve often looked for signs of intelligence, technology and communication that are similar to our own.
  • In early 2018, astronomers, neuroscientists, anthropologists, AI researchers, historians and others gathered for a Decoding Alien Intelligence workshop at the SETI Institute in Silicon Valley.
  • In her paper, Cabrol asks how SETI can move past looking for other versions of ourselves and think outside of our own brains to imagine truly different extraterrestrial intelligence.
  • Graham Mackintosh, an AI consultant at the SETI Institute workshop, said extraterrestrials might be doing things we cant even imagine, using technologies so different we dont even think to look for them.
  • One challenge of SETI is that we dont know thelimits of lifeor intelligence, so we need to beopen to all possible forms of difference.

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Internet of Things News Friday, May 11 Chocolate chip, Book big data, Big data & more…

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Big Data and a Mathematical Formula for Great Chocolate Chip Cookies

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  • Author Michael Ohenewants to change all that and has spent years gathering data to free people from the tyranny of the set-in-stone cookie recipe.
  • Ohene, who is an electrical engineer by day, began this journey by trying out lots of different chocolate chip cookie recipes.
  • Based on those numbers, Ohene would determine if the recipe succeeded or failed (by his estimation) in creating a delicious cookie.
  • When asked if he still likes cookies after all these years of research, Ohene responded Thats a good question, and then he paused for a long time.
  • On a final, more self-promotional note, I learned about Ohene at our last Spoon Meetup, where we discussed the future of recipes, which goes to show you that good things can happen when you attend!

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Demand for big data professionals rises 78% ahead of GDPR deadline

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Building the Smart City: 8 Things To Get Right

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  • Eight Priorities for Smart City Ecosystem Architects
    – A new generation of community and technology leaders, managers and solutions providers is needed to build this smart city ecosystem.
  • A sustainable and well functioning smart city is a tight orchestration of people, processes, policies and technologies working together across the entire smart city ecosystem.
  • A smart city is not about technology, but about using technology together with the various ecosystem layers to create the results residents, businesses, municipal organizations and visitors care about.
  • Effective smart city ecosystem architects unite the needs of policymakers, technologists and innovators to create sensible policies that create the right outcomes.
  • Smart city architects must lead with new policies and public private partnerships.

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The future of fishing is big data and artificial intelligence

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  • Video observation on fishing boats electronic monitoring is picking up steam in the Northeast and nationally as a cost-effective means to ensure that fishing vessels arent catching more fish than allowed while informing local fisheries management.
  • While several issues remain to be solved before the technology can be widely deployed such as the costs of reviewing and storing data electronic monitoring is beginning to deliver on its potential to lower fishermens costs, provide scientists with better data, restore trust where its brokenand ultimately help consumers gain…
  • One way to cut those costs is to spot-check the video footage and compare it to fishermens reports, in a trust but verify system, says Christopher McGuire, marine program director for TNC in Massachusetts.
  • Thats why New England industry experts think that electronic monitoring could actually help to reverselegendarymistrust between fishermen and scientists.
  • While today, only a fraction of New England dayboat fishermen are using cameras, McGuire is hopeful that the industry will reach a tipping point where use of the technology becomes the norm.

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The Trump Administration Plays Catch-Up on Artificial Intelligence

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  • At a meeting that mingled industry, academia, and government, the Trump White House framed AI as a path to continued economic dominance over other nations.
  • America has been the global leader in AI, and the Trump administration will ensure our great – nation remains the global leader in AI, the presidents deputy assistant for technology policy, Michael Kratsios said at the meetings opening.
  • Kratsios announced that the Trump administration wanted to help AI development by (carefully) giving companies access to some unspecified government data, and that a new select committee would help government agencies think about and use the technology.
  • The US has previously made progress along these lines: Back in 2016, the Obama administration convened a series of meetings around the country that discussed positive and negative impacts of AI and issued two reports on the technology; Obama spoke to WIRED at length about his hopes and fears for…
  • One way the Trump administration would ensure America wins in AI, he said, is by keeping government intervention in the technologys development to a minimum.

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Internet of Things News Wednesday, May 9 Big data, Information base data, Neural  network models & more…

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The tourist demand analyzed as never before with the Big Data

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  • The companies have changed some habits in the gestation of their projects, thanks to the technology that was studied in years, now it is monitored in real time thanks to new tools of big data.
  • Today thanks to Big Data you can improve existing products and services or generate new ones, detecting new needs and thereby providing the traveler with a more intelligent and personalized experience.
  • Knowing the customer better brings with him two clear benefits: a product or service more adapted to him and a more satisfied customer, and this has much to do with predictive analytics, which through the use of advanced statistical models add to our information base data which we did not…
  • The Big Data analysis can help you make your business more efficient and less costly by making more informed and data-driven decisions.
  • In the tourism business, the marketing department is one of the great beneficiaries of the data analysis since it allows them to keep track of the marketing actions and maintain or modify them depending on the results obtained.

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Data-Efficient Machine Learning – insideBIGDATA

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  • From Quadrant (a D-Wave business), this whitepaper Data-Efficient Machine Learning describes a practical impediment to the application of deep neural network models when large training data sets are unavailable.
  • Encouragingly however, it is shown that recent machine learning advances make it possible to obtain the benefits of deep neural networks by making more efficient use of training data that most practitioners do have.
  • Quadrant leverages generative machine learning, which requires much less labeled data than common discriminative models.
  • This is incredibly useful in countless applications, including medical imaging which is often limited to relatively small data sets (i.e. 50 videos of cataract surgery or a discrete set of brain scans from deceased patients).
  • For a first case study, Siemens Healthineers partnered with Quadrant to identify surgical tools used in cataract surgery with 99.71% accuracy.

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The 10 Step Guide to Mastering Machine Learning

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  • Businesses that fail to take advantage of predictive analytics, or dont have the time or resources like highly-trained (and expensive) data scientists will fall behind organizations that embrace AI and machine learning to extract business value from their data.
  • Feature engineering is the process of altering the data to help machine learning algorithms work better, which is often time-consuming and can be expensive.
  • An automated machine learning platform should know which algorithms are right for a business data and test the data on only the appropriate algorithms to achieve results faster.
  • Its difficult to know ahead of time which algorithm will perform best in a particular modeling challenge, so its necessary to compare the accuracy and speed of different algorithms on the data, regardless of the programming language or machine learning library the algorithms come from.
  • A true automated machine learning platform must build and train dozens of algorithms, comparing the accuracy, speed, and individual predictions of each algorithm and then ranking the algorithms based on the needs of the business.

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Using machine learning to see inside live human cells

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  • Meet the Allen Integrated Cell, a new way to see inside living human cells, as Rick Horwitz, Ph.D., executive director of the Allen Institute for Cell Science, put it.
  • Funded by Microsoft co-founder and billionaire philanthropist Paul Allen, the Allen Institute previously created a large collection of human-induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs), gene-edited with fluorescent tags that illuminate major structures.
  • With only a fluorescent image of cell membrane and nucleus, it can accurately predict the most probable shape and location of other structures within single cells.
  • It only needs relatively easy-to-collect brightfield microscope images to predict, in real time, where fluorescent labels are, Molly Maleckar, Ph.D., director of modeling at the Allen Institute for Cell Science, told FierceBiotechResearch.
  • For another, researchers could only see limited numbers of cell structures simultaneouslyand over a relatively short period of time, because the cells die as they’re blasted with lasers, an integral part of the fluorescence microscope,explained Maleckar.

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Learn Big Data Skills To Make Smarter Business Decisions

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  • From effective ad targeting to harnessing the influence of social media, anyone who can unlock the power of big data has a massive leg up in the current workforceespecially if youre looking for a role as a data analyst.
  • The critical tools most data analysts use include Hive, Spark, Scala, Hadoop, Flume, Sqoop, MapReduce, Cassandra, and Oozie.
  • That’s why we’ve bundled together all the relevant courses you’d need to learn data analysis into one huge Big Data Bundle, on sale now in The Daily Beast Shop.
  • Included in the bundle are courses on all of the above tools, which feature over 60 hours of content that you can learn at your own pace.
  • But when you enroll today in The Daily Beast Shop, you can get the whole bundle for just $45 a 94% savings.

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Internet of Things News Tuesday, May 8 Entire design proposals, Ai systems, Quadrant & more…

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A 5-Part Video Series on “The Architecture of Artificial Intelligence”

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  • Part 1 explores how AI is helping architects during what is often the first stage of a design process – collecting site information.
  • Part 2 explores how AI is helping architects and designers make decisions and even generate entire design proposals.
  • Part 3 explores how AI combined with Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality is being used to change how architect, client and users can engage with a design.
  • Part 4 explores how AI is helping develop a new breed to builders, the robot craftsmen.
  • Click here to subscribe to ArchiShorts for a new video each week.

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D-Wave Launches Quadrant Business Unit for Machine Learning – insideHPC

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  • Today D-Wave Systems launch its new Quadrant business unit, formed to provide machine learning services that make state-of-the-art deep learning accessible to companies across a wide range of industries and application areas.
  • Quadrants algorithms enable accurate discriminative learning (predicting outputs from inputs) using less data by constructing generative models which jointly model both inputs and outputs.
  • Arising from research into the application of quantum computing to machine learning, Quadrant solutions provide world-leading performance across a number of generative and discriminative benchmark problems.
  • Siemens Healthineers and D-Wave took first place in the CATARACTS medical imaging grand challenge, using Quadrants generative machine learning algorithms to identify surgical instruments in videos with high accuracy.
  • Designed to be used with D-Waves quantum technology, Quadrant solutions run today on standard GPU-based systems, allowing businesses to leverage generative machine learning immediately.

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Big Data in a Little Package

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  • Temperature loggers can help us build more energy-efficient homes.
  • The LogTags worked flawlessly, generating rich high-frequency data about thermal comfort and facilitating statistical tests comparing homes with different features.
  • We provided 230 new homes with free wall and roof insulation and other energy efficiency upgrades, and we compare them to another 230 homes without upgrades.
  • For both the upgraded and non-upgraded homes, we installed temperature loggers in the homes living rooms, and collected data over 16 months.
  • An open window provides air flow on hot and humid days, but it also largely nullifies the thermal benefits of building insulation and the other energy-efficiency upgrades.

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Forbes Welcome

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  • This past week, Gartner shook the technology space by claiming that only 1% of CIOs indicated any kind of blockchain adoption within their organizations.
  • The insight is derived from Gartners 2018 CIO Survey, an exercise that gathers data from over 3,000 CIO respondents in 98 countries and all major industries.
  • Speaking of hype, most of the reviews of Gartners CIO Survey have focused on the blockchain truth bomb.
  • Data, Data, Everywhere…nor any insight to share… – – Take the reports highlights of CIOs top differentiating technologies (i.e.the technologies that CIOs dedicate most of their attention to and possibly their budget too).
  • According to the most recent edition of the Big Data Maturity survey, 59% of respondents have already deployed Big Data in the cloud (up from 53% last year), while 77% are projecting they would do so soon.

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  • IBM – today made a major announcement about new products and services aimed at helping alleviate the roadblocks to AI (artificial intelligence) adoption in the enterprise.
  • There are three key areas of concern that IBM addressed: – – – Infrastructure with limited I/O – Data bottlenecks – AI is not enterprise ready – – On the infrastructure front, they announced enhancements to the AC922 Server, primarily be improved integration of – – NVIDIA – V100 GPUs…
  • While many companies have talked about the importance of information sources for AI, this is a clear message that IBM understands it needs to support efficient access to data stores in order to support responsive AI inference.
  • The organizational infrastructure of IBM and Red Hat will combine to provide enterprise IT organizations the confidence to move forward in deep learning (DL) model development and deployment.
  • IBMs integration of AI into a business application shows it is ahead of the curve in the deep learning space, and that lends credence to their claim to focus on enterprise.

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Internet of Things News Monday, May 7 Elon musk versus, Html5 video support, Iot & more…

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The Artificial Intelligence Assistant That Wants to Help You Shop for Mom

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  • The Artificial Intelligence Assistant That Wants to Help You Shop for Mom – – – May 7, 2018 – – – Fin is an on-demand, artificial intelligence service that uses human and computer intelligence to be a smart assistant.
  • Sam Lessin is the co-founder and co-CEO or Fin, and he joins Cheddar to detail the special Mother’s Day offering.
  • Fin wants to help you shop for mom so you don’t physically have to.

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Nokia acquires SpaceTime Insight, adding AI to its Internet of Things business

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  • IoT today is a fairly small part of Nokias business: the company reported over 23 billion in annual revenues last year.
  • In that context, Gorti said that Nokia is keen to seize the moment and invest in growing its own IoT business.
  • SpaceTime is an interesting acquisition not only because will help Nokia tap into utilising more artificial intelligence which by many accounts has become and will be the essential cornerstone of how IT services operate but because its also bringing something else to the business: customers.
  • SpaceTime is coming to Nokia with an established set of customers, including Entergy, FedEx, NextEra Energy and Singapore Power, and Gorti said that these will continue to be customers and become an opportunity for further business.
  • I am excited for this incredible opportunity to help accelerate and scale Nokias IoT business and provide a new class of next-generation IoT solutions customers cannot find anywhere else.

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Artificial Intelligence driving future of car industry – Times of India

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  • One of the largest employers in Indias organised sector, the auto industry offers good opportunity for mechanical engineering graduates to take up critical jobs in the assembly line and dealership service centres.With more and more telematics and electronics employed in automotive products, the next-gen focus in this sector is shifting…
  • As a result, AI and big data are being touted as Motowns holy grail in the next four to seven years.Rajeev Dubey, group president, HR and corporate services, Mahindra & Mahindra, says: AI and data analytics are the new factors of production which will help auto companies to understand and…
  • Companies like M&M, Toyota Kirloskar Motor and others routinely work with a select group of colleges to upskill their engineering graduates.
  • Others like Hyundai Motor India have a shortlist of colleges from across India from where they hire, including Madras Institute of Technology, Chromepet campus, Vellore Institute of Technology, SASTRA of Thanjavur, SRM and PSG College of Technology,Coimbatore.Stephen Sudhakar, senior VP, HR and GS, Hyundai Motor India, says: Indians are good…
  • But its most interesting partnership is with select engineering colleges where Toyota will set up centre of excellence to demonstrate future technology and collaborate with the academic council to add Toyotas unique traits in the curriculum.

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Where is Augmented and Virtual Reality Technology Headed?

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  • In Jabil’s recent Augmented and Virtual Reality Trends Survey, technology and business stakeholders indicated that consumer use of AR/VR will see adoption first.
  • Augmented reality experiences are typically delivered through headsets, such as Meta, ODG, Vuzix and HoloLens, and are showing early signs that the technology is set to transform commercial and industrial markets.
  • I think augmented and virtual reality technologies will consolidate and come in two forms in the future: tethered systems and standalone units.
  • Although we have an idea of where the augmented and virtual reality market is headed, product companies generally seem sheepish in developing their plans.
  • To successfully conquer the challenges involved with building out augmented and virtual reality technologies while keeping up with market expectations and time-to-market, companies may want to consider partnering with experienced vendors who can provide end-to-end product development with comprehensive engineering capabilities.

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Using Big Data Analytics To Improve Production

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  • With Big Data analytics, manufacturers can discover new information and identify patterns that enable them to improve processes, increase supply chain efficiency and identify variables that affect production.
  • Big Data analytics also reveal dependencies, enabling manufacturers to enhance production processes and create alternative plans to address potential pitfalls.
  • By giving manufacturers the tools they need to do a deep dive on processes, Big Data analytics allows them to identify points within the production process where they can profitably insert custom processes using in-house capabilities or postpone production to enable a partner to execute customization prior to completion of…
  • Manufacturers use data storage tools to maintain vital information on equipment, production processes and supply chain operations data they can analyze to drive improvements.
  • Data monitoring Data quality is of paramount importance, so manufacturers need a way to ensure compliance with data quality standards, oversee equipment performance and review production process efficiency.

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Internet of Things News Thursday, April 26 Smart speaker, Iot data sources, Machine learning & more…

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IoT devices could be next customer data frontier

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  • At the Adobe Summit this week in Las Vegas, the company introduced what could be the ultimate customer experience construct, a customer experience system of record that pulls in information, not just from Adobe tools, but wherever it lives.
  • In fact, they spent $6.5 billion dollars last week to buy MuleSoft to act as a data integration layer to access customer information from across the enterprise software stack, whether on prem, in the cloud, or inside or outside of Salesforce.
  • There are very likely a host of other categories too, and all of this information is data that needs to be processed and understood just like any other signals coming from customers, but it also has unique characteristics around the volume and velocity of this data it is truly big…
  • Part of what Adobe, Salesforce and others can deliver is a way to gather that information, pull it together into his uber record keeping system and apply a level of machine and learning and intelligence to help further the brands ultimate goals of serving a customer of one and delivering…
  • The same could be said for the other IoT data sources, the car and sensor tech, or any other connected consumer device.

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Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence to Transform Retail

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  • For example, predictive analytics can give us insights about future results, while prescriptive analytics can tell us the decisions we need to make today so that were more likely to see results we want.Today, were creating machine-learning algorithms to help retailers incorporate all of these sources of data and solve…
  • Thats a logistical and forecasting challenge that cant be ignored, and its one area where data science can begin to provide solutions.WWD: What obstacles might retailers have to overcome as they incorporate these new data analytics approaches?S.A.: These new systems are only as good as the data they interpret.
  • Retailers are already collecting a great deal of data every hour, on everything from online and in-store customer interactions, purchases and returns, to product attributes and inventory information and so on.
  • Many are exploring new sources of data that can add additional dimensions, such as in-store sensors, connected internet-of-things devices and data flows from social networks.But all of this data will be worth nothing in the future unless retailers are able to generate predictive and prescriptive information from it, [and] then…
  • For example, if you lack detailed product attribute information, you may not be able to understand the decisions your customers might be making for example, why someone who ordinarily buys Product A might decide to substitute Product B instead.WWD: What are some other challenges AI might help solve?S.A.: Were not…

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Difference of Data Science, Machine Learning and Data Mining

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  • To put it more simply, data mining is a set of various methods that are used in the process of knowledge discovery for distinguishing the relationships and patterns that were previously unknown.
  • We can therefore term data mining as a confluence of various other fields like artificial intelligence, data room virtual base management, pattern recognition, visualization of data, machine learning, statistical studies and so on.
  • Data mining is thus a process which is used by data scientists and machine learning enthusiasts to convert large sets of data into something more usable.
  • Machine learning and data mining follow the relatively same process.
  • However, unlike machine learning, algorithms are only a part of data mining.

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The Artificial Intelligence (AI) as a service market is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 48.2%

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  • The growing demand for AI-powered services in the form of Application Programming Interface (API) and Software Development Kit (SDK) and increasing number of innovative startups are some of the major factors that are driving the growth of the AI as a service market.
  • Verticals in the AI as a service market include Banking, Financial Services, and Insurance (BFSI), healthcare and life sciences, retail, telecommunications, government and defense, manufacturing, energy, and others (Education, Agriculture, Transportation, and Media and Entertainment).
  • Factors such as the rapid generation of large volumes of data, due to the growing use of digital technologies, Internet of Things (IoT), and connected devices, coupled with the growing need to reduce operational costs are expected to fuel the growth of the AI as a service market across regions….
  • By Company Type – Tier 1 18%, Tier 2 46%, and Tier 3 36% – – By Designation C-level 24%, Director-level 51%, and Others 35% – – By Region North America 25%, Europe 46%, APAC – 16%, and MEA – 13% – – – – Major vendors in the global…
  • Research Coverage – – The AI as a service market has been segmented on the basis of service types (software tools, and services), technologies, organization size, verticals, and regions.AI as a service helps; venture capitalists and angel investors; Information Technology (IT) management directors/managers; government organizations; research organizations; consultants/advisory firms; IT…

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Artificial Intelligence: Welcome to the Age of Disruptive Surprise

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  • The difference between warning and forecasting plagues discussion about artificial intelligence.
  • Our leaders decision-making in economics, law enforcement, and warfare will be accelerated by artificial intelligence, eventually being accelerated to a point where humans often will stand aside.
  • When weighing the current pace of advances in autonomous systems, machine cognition, artificial intelligence, and machine-human partnership, here is the very short list of things I can forecast with confidence: – – As the visionaries and practitioners argue about what AI will and wont be able to do, no controversy…
  • An artificial intelligence that is conscious is a good subject for warning, but a poor subject for forecasting, at least until we have a better notion of what consciousness is.
  • As I watch the development of AI, there are three particular breakthroughs that I am watching for…three milestones in cognition that may foreshadow human-level reasoning: – – Warning, forecasting, and tracking indicators will be vital in harnessing this very disruptive technology.

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IOT News Wednesday, April 4 Decentralized blockchain applications, Decentralized cryptocurrency quotation, Standard american diet & more…

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Bethereum (BTHR) – ICO Rating and Overview | ICOmarks

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  • Gamification elements, an easy-to-understand interface and simplicity in account creation and management distinguish Bethereum from other betting platforms.
  • We use Ethereum technology to deliver the most common demands from sports betting, such as instant payouts, unlimited winnings and transparency in fund management.
  • In addition to limitless scalability, the platform can also handle additional items such as eSports, fantasy sports and casino-type games.
  • At the core of the platform is the Bether token, which will be used for all interactions.
  • The initial token sale will distribute 1 billion tokens and the proceeds of these funds will be used to expand Bethereum, in addition to paying for operating costs.

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The Keto Diet Might Boost Your Metabolism 10 Times More Than the Standard American Diet

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  • For the study, scientists took 30 adults who had been diagnosed with metabolic syndrome, a group of health conditions that increase the risk of developing heart disease, stroke, and diabetes.They then randomly put them in three groups: One group ate a ketogenic diet but didnt exercise, another ate a standard…
  • Heres what they found: In 10 weeks, the group that was on the ketogenic diet had significant changes in their weight, body fat percentage, BMI, hemoglobin A1c (a test that measures a persons blood sugar), and ketones (the result of your body burning fat for energy).
  • Once they reached dietary ketosis, their resting metabolic rate, which is the rate that your body body burns energy when youre not doing anything, was more than 10 times that of people who ate a standard diet.
  • Carbs are generally replaced with fats, and its thought that this shifts your body into a metabolic state known as ketosis.The keto diet generally shuns sugar, processed foods, low-fat foods, grains and gluten, high-carb fruit, and vegetable oils.
  • Still, the findings are definitely worth thinking about if you’ve been mulling over going keto.The article The Ketogenic Diet Might Burn 10 Times More Fat Than The Standard American Diet originally appeared on Womens Health.

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Using rust modules for JavaScript/Web Development (Part 1 / 3) [Plain JS]

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  • Using rust modules for JavaScript/Web Development (Part 1 / 3) [PlainJS]One of the promising reasons I started learning rust is that it can be used to build modules for web using web-assembly.
  • Lets run it: do cargo run – You should get an output similar to this: – web git:(master) cargo run – Compiling web v0.1.0 Finished dev [unoptimized + debuginfo] target(s) in 0.39 secs – Running `target/debug/web` – 4 – 2 = 2 – 4 + 2 = 6 – 4…
  • Using rust modules for front-end (plain JavaScript)Building wasm from rust – We wont be able to use the rust file or the output binary directly onto the web project because JavaScript doesn’t understand rust nor it understands the binary.
  • rs – web.wasm and then JS + wasm – output – To do this lets install few dependencies first: – rustup update – rustup target add wasm32-unknown-unknown – cargo install –git will install a compiler target wasm32 which will be used to natively compile our rust file to wasm format….
  • run cargo build –target wasm32-unknown-unknown –release – You should get an output like this: – web git:(master) cargo build –target wasm32-unknown-unknown –release – Compiling web v0.1.0 Finished release [optimized] target(s) in 0.73 secs4.

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IOT News Tuesday, April 3 Iot product, Iot products, Telegram & more…

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Karl Smith Experience Consultant, User Experience, HCD | #IoT #Products for the IoT #Economy, its all about #Productization

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  • An IoT Product is pervasive (accessible anywhere on any device, platform and mental model) and modular, designed to be portable, while maintaining all the associated complex information, languages and cultural context, findability, regulatory compliance and trace route for quality, feedback and development.
  • An IoT Product comes from an IoT Product Ecosystem that has both directly related bolt-on and ancillary upgrades and other domain related tangible and intangibleProducts and Services.
  • Though not always evident when first launched to the customers an IoT Product will have planned financial or gain attributes.
  • IoT products are often found through Big Data projects in a data exchange betweendifferent business seeking to extend the value of their current data.
  • There are two aspects of creating an IoT Product, the Product Ecosystem and the IoT Product, which are combined in IoT Productization.

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Bethereum

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    Sponsorship Opportunities Open | @CloudEXPO #AI #CloudNative #DevOps #Serverless #FinTech | @CloudExpo

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    • As it has gone from fantasy to the first inklings of reality… – – How to Sponsor CloudEXPO New York CloudEXPO | DXWorldEXPO are the world’s most influential, independent events where Cloud Computing was coined and where technology buyers and vendors meet to experience and discuss the big picture of…
    • CloudEXPO | DXWorldEXPO are the world’s most influential, independent events where Cloud Computing was coined and where technology buyers and vendors meet to experience and discuss the big picture of Digital Transformation and all of the strategies, tactics, and tools they need to realize their goals.
    • Bill Schmarzo, author of Big Data: Understanding How Data Powers Big Business and Big Data MBA: Driving Business Strategies with Data Science, is responsible for setting the strategy and defining the Big Data service offerings and capabilities for EMC Global Services Big Data Practice.
    • He’s written several white papers, is an avid blogger and is a frequent speaker on the use of Big Data and data science to power the organization’s key … Bill Schmarzo, author of Big Data: Understanding How Data Powers Big Business and Big Data MBA: Driving Business Strategies with Data…
    • He’s written several white papers, is an avid blogger and is a frequent speaker on the use of Big Data and data science to power the organization’s key … – – In his general session at 21st Cloud Expo, Greg Dumas, Calligos Vice President and G.M. of US operations, discussed…

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    IOT News Monday, April 2 User experience, Customer experience, Main token sale & more…

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    Karl Smith Experience Consultant, IoT3, CX | #Customer #desire leads #disruptive #innovation

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    • A great deal of effort is being spent on customer experience and user experience that misses the point, experience is about desire, not process or proposed the concept of psychological hedonism, which asserts that the fundamental motivation of all human action is the desire for pleasure.
    • There is a huge study in this area but that not the focus here, if we can agree that desire is a key driver in behaviour how iscustomer experience and user experience meeting this central requirement?
    • In accepting the above we open the digital realm to a fundamentalunderstanding that changes the paradigm from understood and herded users into a much wilder and complex behavioural model that explains why user experience and customer consultancy is not scaleable or easily globalised.
    • Many of the current bunch of disruptive innovations are technology lead, where people have attributed their desires to the capabilities and experiences provided.
    • Engaging customers in desire based research with a sub focus on a concept like banking as a counterpoint enables the target audience to create the disruption rather than be disaffected they become the leaders of productrevolutions.

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    DataBroker DAO announces its first exchange — CoinFalcon

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    • CoinFalcon, a smaller European cryptocurrency exchange based in the United Kingdom, will also be running a battle to give away 10.000 EUR worth of DTX to top traders on the exchange.
    • DataBroker DAO community may be curious about CoinFalcon, so in this blogpost we spotlight the more important features of this exchange.
    • CoinFalcons goal is to provide fast, straightforward exchange of cryptocurrencies, initially allowing the purchase of Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and IOTA with a range of trading pairs.
    • The disadvantages of CoinFalcon as an exchange are that it is not open to users from a number of countries, including the United States.
    • CoinFalcon vs. DataBrokerDAOThe community can look forward to DataBroker DAO debut in the early June after the main token sale, the right date is still to be determined but will be clearly communicated through all our social channels.

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    How Emerging Technologies Are Impacting Industries – The Startup –

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    • Technology DefinitionsArtificial IntelligenceA branch of computer science that creates intelligent machines, which can perform activities such as speech recognition, learning, planning, and problem solving.
    • Machine learninga core subfield of AIprovides the ability for systems to cognitively learn and improve from experience without being explicitly programmed.

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    IOT News Sunday, April 1 Paradigm interactions inc., Open networking ecosystem, Early stage vr & more…

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    Karl Smith Experience Consultant, Usability, Scotland | #Paradigm #Interactions #Venture #Capital Buyout Declined

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    • The company that I am a CEO of in the United States of America, Paradigm Interactions Inc. has just issued the following press release; – – To confirm Paradigm Interactions Inc.has been contacted by aNew York City, Venture Capital company regarding investment, a defacto buyout.
    • Paradigm Interactions Inc. is involved the next generation post smart device internet as part of its project Charlemagne and based upon our Open Networking Ecosystem Protocol Patent until this project is completed in 2017 we are not considering any offers.
    • We said no, because it was a significantly under valued offer, given the IoT and Blockchain US Patents we are working on, still I was not aware we were even on anyones list yet.
    • The yearly value of the market represented by our Open Networking Ecosystem Protocol (ONEP) patent in just the USA is estimated to be worth $100,000,000,000.

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    Where are all the Virtual Reality investors? – Boost VC –

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    • When I look at the rapidly developing VR market, I see similar trends of key hardware being refined and meaningful applications being built with the key factor being internet connectivity.
    • Some leading indicators:In the past 6 months our Boost VC portfolio VR companies have on average tripled their user base.All of my friends have now tried VR, and not because I pushed it on them: Some of my non-tech friends even have headsets.The price of the headsets have dropped from…
    • We have VR startups whose clients consist of some of the largest consulting companies in the world are paying thousands of dollars a month to use VR software.
    • B2B VR is taking off.We are already seeing some promising stats for collaborative Enterprise products like Arthur Digital, Dimension 10, 3Data and Primitive.Boost VC has invested in three startups who I met and had pitch me in VR (I have also signed a funding deal with a startup in VR,…
    • RIGHT NOW, people are building the Google and Uber of the VR world!

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    On virtual reality taking the first steps in the gaming industry

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    • On virtual reality taking the first steps in the gamingindustry1980s: SegaScope 3-D Glasses and VPL projects – The Granddad of Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and PlayStation VR is a project, jokingly baptized Sword of Damocles.
    • 1993 year: Sega VR, Jaguar VR and StuntMaster – At the CES 1993 exhibition, Sega showed the Sega VR helmet.
    • Sega VR was supposed to cost $ 200 and work in tandem with the Genesis console, several games were being prepared for it, but Sega eventually folded the project due to the financial difficulties associated with supporting the multitude of consoles they filled the market up with.
    • Shortly before the release of Jaguar VR to the market, Atari terminated the contract with Virtuality Group, and as a result, the headset never found itself on the store shelves.
    • i-Glasses were considered a good VR product for their time in terms of design / price ratio, they were able to track head turns, but they could not boast of mobilitythe user literally got tangled in the wires (cable from VGA-box to computer, cable to glasses and power cable).

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    IOT News Saturday, March 31 Databroker dao, San francisco, Artificial intelligence & more…

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    • Hitting the road with DataBroker DAO!The roadshow for the DataBroker DAO token sale got underway this past week and what a start!
    • We have been well received in San Francisco and Vilnius in the past week and have had some great results that validate both our business model and our token economics.
    • Matthew Van Niekerk (CEO DataBroker DAO), Vince Kohli (Startup judge mentor MIT, Berkley, Stanford)On Saturday, we didnt take the stage but met some great folks at the Draper University hosted Fintech World Blockchain/ICOs event in San Mateo and got to check out the great decor at the Hero City.
    • The 25K EURO prize money that we took home for DataBroker DAO will go to great use in getting us further along on the product roadmap.
    • Mago Tsanajev (Content Marketing) collecting the prize after winning 2nd place in the pitch competition.In addition to the great response and reception of DBDAO in both San Francisco and Vilnius this week, are also getting some fantastic reviews: – 4.6/5 stars on Track ICO starts on ICO Marks stars on…

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    How Fintech and Key Industries Impacted by Artificial Intelligence | Multilingual Search Engine Optimization

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    • Artificial intelligence (AI) has been gaining recognition among investors and executives in various industries worldwide.
    • AI technologies such as: speech recognition, natural language processing, deep learning and machine learning have impacted key industries during recent years despite the fact that certain companies have been trying to create fear from A.I and robotics.
    • The stream media and some A.I tech journalists noticed my efforts and helped with increasing awareness about the benefits of artificial intelligence and robotics.
    • Industries such as tourism, travel, retail, BFSI, media, advertising, digital marketing, web security, IT, telecommunication, hospitality etc. need to process large quantities of data and this is done by artificial intelligence , machine learning, data processing and deepmind.
    • Almost every major player in the AI field has either launched or is still developing health care solutions using A.I and machine learning technology.

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    DataBroker DAO

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    • Global market for local data.
    • DataBroker DAO is the first marketplace to sell & buy sensor data.
    • As a decentralised marketplace for IoT sensor data, Databroker DAO enables sensor owners to turn generated data into revenue streams.
    • If you have Telegram, you can view and join – – DataBroker DAO right away.

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    IOT News Friday, March 30 User experience, Ux, Social media & more…

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    5 User Experience (Customer Journey) lies, damn lies and absolute myths – Karl Smith

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    • I meet a lot of people claiming to douser experience,process and deliverables aside, they dont have a usability background so they cannot do user experience.
    • User experience is a solution capability (not all usability people can do user experience) based upon the experience of conducting usability testing and user research.
    • Usability testing and user research provides the standards and experience of the user that is needed to understand their perspective, elicit the correct (there are wrong ones) requirements in workshops or testing and represent them in projects.
    • Not only is the user experience world full of fakes, Id go as far to say that of the people Ive met in the last 13 years involved in UX; – – These fakes can certainly sell themselves and get work (now in some very senior positions) because the clients…
    • Great Agile is fast and accurate, flexible and delivers usable software and change, just as Great User Experience should provide the experience that customers want and allow them to interact with the client, accurately and often.

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    Proven Ways To Increase Sales Of Software and IT Services | Multilingual Search Engine Optimization

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    • This is why search engine optimization, social media marketing and pay per click are effective online marketing processesin selling your software.
    • There are a lot of companies in your niche compete with you for the same product and service, so make sure to tap into the best SEO strategies to land sales and a better online visibility.
    • Many businesses use automated social media tools to automate their processes, however you do need to have social media campaign managers to do the social media marketing manually.
    • Since social media channels are source of sales for me and my clients, every year i decide to make one of them a trend online.
    • Lately a couple of PhD students asked my help for their PhD thesis in regards to the effectiveness of social media in marketing and sales.

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    40+ Best Resources To Start a Small Business Website | JA Directives

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    • All Resources To Start a Small Business Website Blogging Platform, Hosting, Blog Design, Themes, Plugins, Graphics Design, Social Media Management and Blog Monetization Tools.
    • Therefore, you need time and necessary resources & tools to present your content through blogging.
    • Particularly, People who are new to the blogging platform, face difficulties due to lack of organized collections of necessary tools and ultimately leave the online business.
    • Its a San Francisco-based, global platform that lets people easily create a unique website, blog or online store.
    • You will get best Themes, graphic designs and other design tools from here.

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