Saturday, September 19, 2020

AI Can Help Protect Smart Home IoT Devices from Hackers

By AI Trends Staff As researchers continue to find security flaws in smart home hub IoT devices, part of an immature security infrastructure. One researcher suggests AI can be helpful to address the vulnerabilities. A cybersecurity...

AI Helping to Manage the Environment, From Sea Ice to Water for Malta

By AI Trends Staff Researchers at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute are studying how to apply AI to predictions of the spread of sea ice, to make warning to vessels in the polar seas cheaper, faster...

Executive Interview: Perry Lea, Book Author, Entrepreneur, Director of Architecture: Microsoft

New Applications Foreseen from Combination of AI and Powerful Edge Devices Perry Lea is a 30-year veteran technologist. He spent over 20 years at Hewlett-Packard as a chief architect and distinguished technologist of the LaserJet...

Autonomous Freight Trains Powered by AI Coming

By AI Trends Staff Driverless trains powered by AI are coming. Driverless train software produced by New York Air Brake was used in a demonstration last summer of a 30-car freight train traveling 48 miles...

The Environmental Impacts of AI and IoT In Agriculture

By Caleb Danziger, Science Writer As the world’s citizenry continues to grow, with estimates putting 2100's population at 11.2 billion, the agriculture industry will need to compensate for increased demand. Within the next 80 years,...

Quantum Computing with AI Seen Helping to Advance IoT

By AI Trends Staff While still in a development stage, quantum computing is starting to advance into a new era, where it is poised to accelerate AI and the Internet of Things. Quantum computing is seen...

IBM CEO pursues a new $2 trillion market

It's fashionable these days to beat up on IBM and its CEO, Ginni Rometty. It's easy to point to a struggling share price, shrinking revenues across just about all of its traditional core businesses, a downright addiction to share...

AI World 2019 Reporters’ Notebook: European Commission Warning On Data Privacy; News from Exelon,...

The AI World Conference & Expo is packed few days with news emanating from the Expo floor, the plenary sessions, a hackathon and tracks. There’s more good stuff than a writer can possibly fit...

AI Initiatives in Manufacturing Often Loosely Defined, Survey Finds

By AI Trends Staff Many AI initiatives are loosely defined, lack proper technology and data infrastructure, and are often failing to meet expectations, according to a new report from Plutoshift on implementation of AI by...

AI Put to Work to Help US Steel Industry Stay Competitive

By AI Trends Staff As the US steel industry looks for ways to lower costs in a global market facing slowing demand, a modern steel plant in Arkansas is using AI to help it become...




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