The pros and cons of Edge Computing

Edge computing, a process in which computing happens on local servers and devices “on the edge” of the network instead of on distant cloud data centers. Despite its growing popularity and accessibility, is edge computing an enduring solution for efficient and accurate data processing? Read some of the pros and cons.

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How the Open Edge is driving Digital Transformation

State of the Edge To understand and foster better practices across businesses and the technology industry, the Linux Foundation created the LF Edge in 2019 and rolled the State of the Edge into it last year. State of the Edge is a vendor-neutral platform for open research on edge computing that is dedicated to accelerating innovation by crowdsourcing a shared vocabulary for edge.

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Bosch partners with Fetch.ai to ‘transform’ digital ecosystems using DLTs

Hand sander

Bosch has partnered with Cambridge-based AI blockchain startup Fetch.ai with the aim of transforming existing digital ecosystems using distributed ledger technologies (DLTs). The global engineering giant will test key features of Fetch.ai’s testnet until the end of this month and will deploy a node on the network. The strategic engineering project between Fetch.ai and Bosch…

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What is Empathetic Technology?

This is something that has to do with human beings and not something that generally we would associate with the word -Technology. So what is Empathetic Technology? Poppy Crum, chief scientist at Dolby Laboratories in San Francisco, CA, and an adjunct professor at Stanford University in the Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics defines empathetic technology as “technology that is using our internal state to decide how it will respond and make decisions.”

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Moving beyond the self-reported scale: Objectively measuring chronic pain with AI

Pain is something we will all experience at some point, with some people suffering from it chronically. Still, measuring and treating pain remains one of the most difficult and complex healthcare issues. Together with Boston Scientific, a leading medical device technology company, we are aiming to change the way we measure pain.

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Know more about IOT and Artificial Intelligence

Internet of Things or IOT is a newest and remarkable take on Internet itself. The Internet is a fantastic thing itself. The Internet ensures you to do things that were earlier admired impossible. Usually the people do video calling with a person. Learning something new. How do you get to know what is happening in the other corner of the world? Yes! Through internet allows you to do all that and a great deal and more.

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10 strategic Technology Trends businesses should plan for in 2021

Information technology is an ever-evolving field where organizations are exploring specific technology trends, and CxOs are striving to adopt the changing scenarios to compose a better future for the business.
Gartner’s research president Brian Burke has grouped organizational strategic technology trends into three different categories – people centricity, location independence, and resilient delivery. He also suggests organizational plasticity is the key to strategic tech trends.

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AI/ML Model Development Platform for Embedded MCU IoT Edge Gateway

As billions of devices getting connected to the Internet is not a distant reality anymore, there are more and more number of intelligent gateways needed to act as a backbone of complex infrastructure for internet-of-things (IoT). Need for more gateways are increasing which could work on low power in constrained environments as well as having capability to process as much data as possible, also termed as edge gateway.

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Lenovo released its first Self-Developed Robot, and it is a Game Changer

Tech Blueprint

This week Lenovo had their Tech World 2020 event and showcased that they are a very different company than they were a decade ago. Their geographic breadth and product reach are off the chart when compared to their US domestic competitors. They appear to have taken Dreamworks, once the leading reference account for the old HP…

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Arable raises $20 million to make connected devices for farmers

Arable, a startup developing connected devices for agricultural businesses, today closed a $20 million funding round. The company says the proceeds will be used to accelerate Arable’s growth and build out the next of its data-driven products.

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Ketos raises $18 million to monitor drinking water quality with AI

Water analytics startup Ketos today announced it raised $18 million in funding. The capital will be put toward further advancing the company’s cloud-based software platform and hardware, as well as expanding Ketos’ team ahead of future growth.

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TeleSense raises $10.2 million to monitor crops with AI and sensors

TeleSense, a startup developing AI-powered software and sensors to predict the quality of crops in storage and transit, has raised $10.2 million. The company says the funds will be put toward R&D and expanding its team.

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Infiot emerges from stealth with $15 million to manage edge devices using AI

Infiot emerged from stealth today with $15 million to develop its access platform for internet of things devices. The company says it will put the funds toward product R&D and accelerating its go-to-market efforts.

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Intel VP: AI-aided defect detection is a killer app for industrial IoT

Intel VP: AI-aided defect detection is a killer app for industrial IoT

The conversation highlighted a particularly compelling emergent use case: hugely improved product defect detection that promises to improve the reliability of everything from computer screens to cars.

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