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Machine Learning: Powering the Next Wave of SaaS Solutions

  1950 marked a watershed year for Artificial Intelligence (AI) as Alan Turing,    the father of modern computer science, developed the Turing Test while at the    University of Manchester. In his seminal paper, Computing Machinery and    Intelligence, Turing considers the question, “Can machines think?” Simply put,  the Turing Test is a criterion to determine whether a computer has human-like  intelligence. Six and a half decades later enterprise software is about to undergo  radical transformation – a substantial

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How To Apply IoT Applications In Real Life

  The Internet of Things (IoT) is a hot topic in business circles and with current innovations in the field; it is easy to see why. Related technologies like sensor embedded connected systems have the potential to transform the way we live and even how businesses operate. To illustrate how to apply the impact of the trend, here are top ten applications that showcase the Internet of Things: Wearables   Smart Homes Connected Cars Smart Cities Industrial IoT Retail Healthcare

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13 Predictions on Artificial Intelligence

   We have discussed some AI topics in the previous posts, and it should seem now  obvious the extraordinary disruptive impact AI had over the past few years.  However, what everyone is now thinking of is where AI will be in five years time.  I find it useful then to describe a few emerging trends we start seeing today, as  well as make few predictions around machine learning future developments. The  following forecasts on artificial intelligence does not informed either exhaustive  or truth-in-stone, but

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How the Internet of Things Is Driving a Knowledge Revolution

Think about a few things in your life right now. It really doesn’t matter what they are, as  long as you interact with them daily. They could be your phone, your shoes, your watch,  your car, your refrigerator, your garage door opener…you get the idea. What do all of these  things have in common (besides you, of course)? Well, at the moment, they may not have  much of anything in common, but within the next decade, you can expect every

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5 Components and its Challenges of an IoT Implementation

  The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items which are embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity, which enables these objects to collect and exchange data. Implementing this concept is not an easy task by any measure for many reasons including the complex nature of the different components of the ecosystem of IoT.  To understand the gravity of this task, we will explain all the five components of IoT Implementation.

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How The Internet of Things Is About to Explode.

The Internet of Things is heading our way and it is heading here fast! In the past years we have seen that the Internet of Things (IoT) is really taking of and we can safely say that we are about to reach a tipping point. Any industry is currently working on connected devices. Ranging from connected cutlery (HAPIfork), smart locks for your door (August) or for your bike (SkyLock), connected toothbrush (Oral-B) to connected jewels (Wistiki). The supply of connected

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4 Challenges for the Internet of Things for it to Be a Success.

The Internet of things (IoT) is one of the most exciting trends in the recent history of  technology so far. As connectivity, storage, and compute become more universal,  we’re seeing an explosion of IoT solutions, from health care to public safety, all pointing towards one conclusion: The IoT is here to stay. As with any other trends in technology, it’s starting to require new generation of platforms, standards, regulations, and protocols to name few.     Gartner defines the Internet of Things as

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Is the Internet of Things changing Manufacturing?

Manufacturing industry has been using sensors and devices in industrial automation for a long time already. It may or may not be over the Internet and it may not be every device on a machine, but in general, industrial automation was ahead of consumer technology adoption. Whatever the Internet of Things (IoT) buzz is now, the goal for IoT in manufacturing is straightforward. It is to achieve connected sensors and devices, taking plant floor visibility to the next level. All parts

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How M2M Data Will Dominate The Big Data Era

  Machine-to-Machine data is likely to increase drastically in the coming years. More and more applications are being equipped with sensors that can monitor and measure many different variables that will create vast amounts of data. M2M data is growing and 71% of companies survey by a ZDNet survey say that M2M is about developing new business opportunities. The same research also showed that currently 29% of those companies surveyed are already using M2M technology or have an M2M project

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Could Big Data catalyst The Development Of The Semantic Web?

  The semantic web, or web 3.0, is often quoted as the next phase of the Internet. Led by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the objective is to convert the current web of unstructured and semi-structured data into a “web of data”. According to W3C, with the semantic web it will be possible to easily share and re-use data across application, community and enterprise boundaries. The inventor of the web, Tim Berners-Lee, called the semantic web in 1998 already

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