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Intel, Salesforce Boost Real Investments in Artificial Intelligence

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Intel, Salesforce Boost Real Investments in Artificial Intelligence

Intel, Salesforce Boost Real Investments in Artificial Intelligence Chief Executive Brian Krzanich himself said Intel has put more than $1 billion into AI companiesthrough its Intel Capital investment division. In a blog post, Krzanich said Intel’s investments have run the gamut of industries, including self-driving cars, medicine, research into climate change and space and undersea exploration. For Intel, which has been making more and more moves to expand beyond its long-time dominance in personal computers, Krzanich left no question about what role he expects the semiconductor giant to play in the future of AI technology. “I believe Intel will be the AI...

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Ginni Rometty on the End of Programming

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Ginni Rometty on the End of Programming

Ginni Rometty on the End of Programming IBM Chief Executive Officer Ginni Rometty was interviewed on Sept. 13 in New York City by Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Megan Murphy.  Megan Murphy: Artificial intelligence. People may not know that IBM doesn’t call it AI. They call it “cognitive computing.” Tell us why that is. Ginni Rometty: I have actually had to explain this to my husband as well, because he said to me, “Ginni, of all words, why cognitive?” It was really a very thoughtful decision. The world calls it AI. There’s so much fear mongering about AI. When we started over a decade ago, the idea was to...

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Materialize.X is using machine learning to disrupt the $300B engineered wood industry

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Materialize.X is using machine learning to disrupt the $300B engineered wood industry

Materialize.X is using machine learning to disrupt the $300B engineered wood industry Materialize.X, launched two new products that it thinks will revolutionize the $300 billion-a-year engineered wood market. The startup has created a patented non-toxic adhesive to serve as an alternative to urea-formaldehyde. Materialize.X plans to license to chemical companies, or engineered-wood manufacturers so they can make the adhesive on site, the method for making this adhesive. "Enabling the future of adhesive technologies using artificial intelligence, reducing time and cost in the process."- Materialize.X Team Read the full article here or subscribe to our email list for the latest IOT updates.    

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5 Ways Cisco's Trusted IoT Alliance Will Use Blockchain To Make IoT More Secure

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5 Ways Cisco's Trusted IoT Alliance Will Use Blockchain To Make IoT More Secure

5 Ways Cisco's Trusted IoT Alliance Will Use Blockchain To Make IoT More Secure  Cisco Tuesday unveiled the Trusted IoT Alliance, a consortium of companies including Bosch and Gemalto and others, that will look at how to develop a blockchain-enabled, trusted Internet of Things system. Blockchain technology is a decentralized ledger of all transactions across a peer-to-peer network – meaning that participants can confirm transactions without the need for a central certifying authority.   "We've been looking at blockchain for a while now as a potential disrupter to a number of the spaces we serve, and we want to help partners...

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Hitachi Intends To Disrupt The IoT Market With New Appliances & Software Stacks

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Hitachi Intends To Disrupt The IoT Market With New Appliances & Software Stacks

Hitachi Intends To Disrupt The IoT Market With New Appliances & Software Stacks Hitachi Vantara made announcements around the Internet of things (IoT). The two companies are jointly releasing the first commercially available Lumada IoT platform. This v2.0 of the platform now has a portable architecture enabling it to run on the cloud or on-prem. Vantara also unveiled Hitachi IoT Appliance, powered by Lumada, Hitachi’s IoT platform. The new version of Lumada IoT platform helps customers quickly gain insights from their data, from the mid-range up to larger enterprises. The platforms analytics have now been enhanced with AI functionality at...

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