How AI is Bringing Innovation to the Kitchen During the pandemic, work-from-home-dwellers filled their free time with baking. One Google developer and baker paired those skills to create a baking algorithm for sweets manufacturing giant Mars Wrigley UK. The collaborative project mixed AI and machine learning with search engine data to create a foundation for pastry recipes crafted in a smart new way.
IoT Boosts Video-based Security Systems Security is a top priority for companies and government institutions across the globe, and that is fueling demand for artificial intelligence-based video surveillance systems. Strategically placed in smart cities, airports, and federal buildings these systems can ensure that citizens, employees, and passengers are safe.
AI-based Simulation Tool Keeps Construction on Track The power of AI allows general contractors to model construction projects, adjusting parameters on the fly to find the optimal construction schedule. It reduces upfront risks, helps keep projects on task, and can rein in expenses if they get out of control.
Cloud-based Dashcam Improves Fleet Management The ubiquity of cell phones brings once cumbersome technologies right to our fingertips. Custom applications and cloud computing open present new opportunities to reveal operational insights and save delivery companies money.
Dr. AI: Using Artificial Intelligence to Improve Cancer Detection Deep learning algorithms are analyzing medical images to determine whether or not patients have cancer or are at risk of developing it. In some cases, AI can even identify the traits of a tumor, enabling oncologists to initiate treatment quickly and customize therapeutic plans to better results.
Decentralized Edge Devices Train AI Models Quickly and Ethically Machine learning drives artificial intelligence, but cloud-based training models can compromise sensitive user data. AI developers are using federated learning and edge computing to protect user privacy and to train models from multiple sources.
Game On: Pro Sports Go High-tech with AI, Vision Solutions Artificial intelligence is becoming a critical part of many industries from healthcare to manufacturing, and now it’s tackling sports organizations. The NFL, NBA, and MLB all are using AI and computer vision technology to improve their games.
New Podcast: Buying and Selling IoT Market-Ready Solutions For solution integrators to succeed in the wild frontier of the IoT ecosystem, they often need to start with vetted, pre-built solutions. Using repeatable solutions vs. starting from scratch can help data-driven, edge computing projects get off the ground faster–and generate value sooner. To see how that’s done, our editors checked in with an expert in AI and IoT market-ready solutions, Intel’s Rob Risany. Hear Risany’s advice for solution integrators who are grappling with the often-asked question: should we buy or build?
Smart Mower Brings Innovation and Vision to Roadside Management An industrial mower equipped with computer vision and data analytics keeps roadsides clear of grass, while preserving insect habitats, saplings, and high-quality grass clippings. Drivers and property owners get real-time information and ecological insights.
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