Thursday, December 2, 2021

Predictive Maintenance May Solve London’s Underground Issues

The System The UK’s London Underground transportation system is managed by Transport for London (TfL) and has been around since 1863, facilitates 1.4 billion trips annually, and is now integrating data science...
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A.I. repaying investment – but users ignoring risks, says McKinsey

Most companies report measurable benefits from artificial intelligence (AI), with a group of high performers showing how best to apply the technology. However, a great deal of work remains within organisations...
Cloudera

Hortonworks and Cloudera – A Tale of Two Visions

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times.” So said Dickens in his work The Tale of Two Cities. Like the English and French in the early...

Marketing and Data Management

05We’ve all been at the counter of a store or at a favorite restaurant when the clerk or waiter asks us for our email address. For the most part, this is...
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SELF-DRIVING CARS: WHY ROBOT, WHY?

The Orwellian science fiction movie ‘I, Robot’ is set in the year 2035 where humanoid robots serve humanity and are programmed to serve under the ‘Three laws of Robotics.’ The protagonist,...
underwater robotics

Underwater robotics: a UK opportunity

Seaborne and underwater robotics for the offshore energy sector could be major opportunity for Britain, according to a new report from Innovate UK. Marine robotics includes Unmanned Surface Vehicles (USVs), which are...
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Ageing populations demand new technologies, says government

In 2014, the median age of the UK population passed 40 for the first time. Over the next 20 years, the number of citizens aged over 60 will increase from just...
ground breaking

HOW TO BECOME IMMORTAL

Humans have always tried to immortalize themselves. Some have taken the assiduous path while others have done infamous deeds and ‘the evil lives on after them.’ Now ‘The Voices of Humanity’...
Trevor Schulze

Trevor Schulze: Big Data Revolution at Micron Saved $80 Million

In 2015, Idaho-based Semiconductor giant Micron hired Trevor Schulze as its first ever Chief Information Officer. Prior to acquiring the role at Micron, Schulze had worked in top level positions for...
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Ethical AI: Europe publishes new guidelines

Chris Middleton explains what Europe is doing to meet the ethical challenge posed by the rise of AI. What do organisations need to do to implement AI ethically – and just...

APPLICATIONS

DaaS: Climbing on the Bandwagon

When something works, don’t try and fix it. That’s doubly true in the tech world, and especially when it comes to sales. If something...

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