Tokyo Showcases Smart Robotic Tech at the Olympic Games The Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will deploy robots to interact with visitors, worldwide viewers, and athletes in a nod to the future. Tech companies are gearing up to highlight how robotic advances such as exoskeletons can assist humans, expand connections, and improve quality of life during the Games and beyond.
Smart Robots Lend a Hand during the Tokyo Olympics As the Olympic Games begin, Tokyo will be home to thousands of athletes, coaches, staff, and reporters covering the games. Mixed among them will be teams of robots doing their part to ensure the Olympics run smoothly. From staff support to visitor interaction, these robots are trained and ready to play.
Bring Your Smart Building to Life with IoT and Automation Businesses everywhere are ready to send their employees back into the office. But the days of using siloed, disjointed, and aging building automation systems are over. In our new ChannelCast, see how facilities are moving to the next level with intelligent solutions for building control that can increase operating efficiency and optimize climate and energy usage.
Deep Dive: How IoT and AI May Help Save Coral Reefs The oceans are vast, mysterious, and home to millions of species of marine life, some beautiful and others equally devastating. Researchers are using cameras, artificial intelligence, and machine learning systems to capture data about coral reefs and ensure they remain healthy and diverse marine ecosystems.
AI-based Illness Detection Systems Diagnose the Imperceptible Artificial intelligence is being used to help doctors identify diseases quickly and with surprising accuracy. The emerging apps offer healthcare professionals an extra set of eyes and ears, finding subtle variations that typically escape human perception.
Smart Carts Make Shopping Easier and More Efficient Grocery carts use artificial intelligence and machine learning to track items and tabulate customer purchases on the fly, eliminating the need for shoppers to stand in the checkout line. Data collected also provides retailers with information about consumer behavior, product placement, and inventory.
AI Technology Helps Protect National Park Wildlife from Illegal Poaching An anti-poaching camera system developed in partnership with RESOLVE, Intel, and a conservationist is helping to protect wildlife in national parks around the world by proactively identifying criminals and transmitting information to park rangers in time to stop poachers from killing.
IoT Solutions Provide Foundation for More Effective, Data-Driven Policing As individuals ramp up the volume and kinds of data they generate, police need effective, automated ways to keep pace. IoT, AI, and robotic solutions are paving the way for cities to provide data-driven precision law enforcement.
AI Tackles its Biggest Challenge Yet: Reducing Plastics Scientists are using machine learning to design plastics that can decompose easily in an effort to reduce the amount of plastic waste littering the earth and oceans. The process relies on artificial intelligence and deep learning to identify polymers that balance durability with degradability.
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