Tuesday, December 1, 2020

Digital Twins Can Improve Supply Chain Resilience and Agility

By Scott Lundstrom, Analyst, Supply Chain Futures. Some elements of what we now call digital twins reach back into the early days of industrial computing.  Data historians, PLC’s and instrumented processes have been a part...

AI and IoT Applied to Supply Chains Are Driving Digital Twins 

By AI Trends Staff  The combination of IoT and machine learning growing at the same time is leading to a rise in the use of digital twins in the supply chain, as a digital replica...

Support for Remote Workers Providing Extra Boost for Conversational AI

By AI Trends Staff  Conversational AI refers to the use of chatbots, messaging apps, and voice-based assistants to automate customer communications with a brand.    Software that combines these features to carry on a human-like conversation might be...

Scientists Imagine Worldwide Real-Time Dream Reporting Assisted by AI 

By AI Trends Staff   Scientists are developing AI tools to help analyze dreams, in the hopes of better understanding where dreams come from and helping people address real-life problems, especially around mental health.    Scientists in the...

AI Put to Work to Help Assess Structural Integrity of Bridges 

By AI Trends Staff   AI is being applied to assess the health of civil infrastructure through systems that test the integrity of bridges.   A civil engineering assistant professor at The University of Texas at Arlington is...

Whether Starting Out or in Early to Mid-Career, What’s the Best Way to Learn...

By AI Trends Staff  Whether you are just starting out in the workforce or are in the early- to mid-career stage, you are likely to ask yourself the question at some point, what’s the best...

Data Scientists Engaged in the Battle Against Data Bias 

By AI Trends Staff  Data scientists have joined the battle to eliminate or at least identify the bias in datasets used to train AI programs.  The work is not easy. One person making the effort to...

Coronavirus is Breaking AI; Models Discombobulated

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor Trends Staff Covid-19 is the “kryptonite” of AI, breaking its brittle models with outlier data that becomes the new normal, suggests a scientist writing in the Nature Public...

Microsoft Named Most Popular Cloud Service Provider in Goldman Sachs Survey

By AI Trends Staff A survey of the most popular major cloud services suppliers conducted recently by Goldman Sachs found that Microsoft Azure was the top choice, even though Amazon leads in terms of overall...

AI in Cybersecurity Helping with Threat Hunting, Reducing Attack Vectors

By John P. Desmond, AI Trends Editor The cybersecurity landscape is looking at higher than ever threat levels, data volumes quadrupling every 36 months, computing power and data transfer speeds increasing just as fast, and...




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