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New Podcast: Data, Data Everywhere: Putting It to Work

Many companies like to talk about how they moved to data-driven operations. Putting data to work, however, requires a solid understanding of how to use massive amounts of sensor-collected data to solve real problems and make adjustments, sometimes in real time. To better understand what’s happening with IoT, AI, and data analytics, we talked with a data science expert from Intel® who also holds the distinction of being the company’s only Kaggle Grandmaster.   

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ASUS Keeps an AI on Quality Control in Smart Manufacturing

Automating quality control on production lines improves defect detection and ensures continuous operations. A customized automated optical defect detector leads one hardware vendor to build a software development kit to help system integrators improve their clients’ manufacturing processes.  

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IoT Gives the Oil Industry a Boost of Energy and Efficiency

Oil is big business, so improving operations can result in big savings. Strategic planning enables energy companies to deploy cutting-edge IoT technologies that collect data from critical assets, even the hard-to-reach remote ones.  

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Human-like Robots Support Healthcare Workers

Humanoid social robots, powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning, are joining the workforce. Their conversational capabilities and life-like facial expressions stimulate human brains and put humans at ease, making these robots perfect companions for elderly or isolated people.  

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Creating Better Patient Experiences with Digital Signs and Wayfinding

Health and safety in hospitals, office buildings, and shared public spaces has never been more critical. Healthcare providers and hospitals have tightened operational protocols to try and protect every person on-site. Among other things, this means reducing interactions among staff and visitors and getting patients to the right location quickly and efficiently.   

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IoT Solutions Make COVID-19 Safety Compliance Easier

Artificial intelligence enables remote monitoring of COVID-19 safety precautions, so companies can focus on their core business, while still protecting their employees and customers. It also lightens the load for resource-strapped medical facilities.  

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Cloud Innovation Center Taps AI to Tackle Tough Urban Challenges

The ability to solve real-world challenges with emerging technology is a draw for seasoned and budding innovators. That’s the motivation behind ASU’s Smart City CIC development center, where faculty and students design AI-based solutions for the local community.  

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Watch our On-demand Webinar: Powering the Smart Stores and QSRs of the Future

The demand for smart connected technology in retail and quick serve restaurants (QSRs) is heating up fast. Retail stores and QSRs are looking for agile digital technologies that can add operational efficiencies, lower costs, and create omnichannel engagement with customers. Watch this webinar to learn how smart technologies such as IoT, edge computing, and AI are transforming retail.  

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Poland's Largest Steel Maker Uses AI, Vision to Keep Distribution on Track

ArcelorMittal Poland converted its rail car monitoring system to foster greater accuracy and productivity. Its hybrid solution combines computer vision, deep learning, and near-real-time processing and identifies rail cars throughout a factory with just two cameras per checkpoint, while its weighing system uses the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ toolkit to rapidly match the cargo weight to an image of the car for efficient tracking.   

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Using Dynamic Digital Signage to Grab Students’ Attention

Digital signage in schools and on college campuses brings dynamic information to students and staff. From health and safety reminders to social and job opportunities these customizable displays are designed to engage, inform, and entertain without direct human interaction.  

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