February 14, 2023|
The adoption of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) has increased globally, accelerated by the pandemic when manufacturers faced supply chain issues and workforce shortages. Utilizing machine learning (ML), AI, and big data, IIoT’s potential to increase global production, support remote operations, and optimize manufacturing and analytics are vital to ...
December 14, 2022|
Artificial intelligence (AI) has, in one way or another, been incorporated into many people’s daily lives. The global market size for AI was US$12 billion in 2018, with continued growth to US$91 billion expected by 2024. The current iteration of AI is called Weak AI, even though it has made ...
July 7, 2022
The concept of the smart city is perhaps the ultimate application of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected technologies: a symphony of sensors generating data that can help vastly improve the way cities manage assets, resources, and services—and make life smoother for their citizens, as well. A cyber-physical-social system...
November 23, 2021|
Drones have become valuable assets for many military and civilian operations. However, with wider deployments come more privacy violations and security breaches, until now. Researchers believe that leveraging blockchain could enhance and simplify privacy preservation associated with data collection and analysis in 5G-enabled drones.
September 14, 2021|
AI and ML in voice-driven technologies have transformed the way societies around the world learn, work and function, but privacy issues remain and a new system could enhance data protection in speech publishing while preserving the analytical utility of the data.
July 15, 2021|
A new federated learning framework could help create a more personalized healthcare experience for wearable devices that doesn’t risk compromising users’ privacy and security.
March 30, 2021|
Without archaeological investigations, many of the historical sites we know today would remain a mystery. Using VR and AI, researchers have developed a system to revolutionize how archaeologists discover ancient civilizations
November 11, 2020|
During holiday shopping season, retailers must ensure they don’t just draw shoppers online, but convert them into buyers. Using predictive analytics, researchers believe they can identify the best customers seconds after shoppers get online, enabling improved targeting for promotions.