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Nokia and China Mobile to set up joint AI*5G lab for further research using artificial intelligence and machine learning in 5G networks

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As massive and rapidly changing connectivity and coverage demands are placed on 5G networks by billions of IoT devices and a growing array of consumer services, networks will need to predict and respond to those changes in real-time. Under the new agreement, Nokia and China Mobile will work together to research the application of AI and machine learning to ensure any changes in demand are predicted and network resources are automatically allocated to meet all service demands with consistent high quality and reliability. At the new laboratory... Read More »

Artificial Intelligence to thrive in logistics according to DHL and IBM

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DHL and IBM outline how supply chain leaders can take advantage of AI's key benefits and opportunities now that performance, accessibility as well as costs are more favourable than ever before. The collaborative report identifies implications and use cases of AI for the logistics industry, finding that AI has the potential to significantly augment human capabilities. While AI is already ubiquitous in the consumer realm, as demonstrated by the rapid growth of voice assistant applications, DHL and IBM find that AI technologies are maturing at ... Read More »

Google to open artificial intelligence centre in China

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Google said the facility would be the first its kind in Asia and would aim to employ local talent. Silicon Valley is focusing heavily on the future applications for AI. China has also indicated strong support for AI development and for catching up with the US. Research into artificial intelligence has the potential to improve a range of technologies, from self-driving cars and automated factories to translation products and facial recognition software. In a blog post on the company's website, Google said the new research centre was an imp... Read More »

Data – the Most Important Force in Society Today

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      By Brian Krzanich Data is the most important force in society today, and the flood of data generated by intelligent, connected machines is the lifeblood for the future of technology innovation. This force inspires us to imagine and deliver data-rich innovations based on artificial intelligence (AI). At Intel, we not only see the future, we’re building it. From large complex applications in the cloud to small low-power mobile devices at the edge, Intel significantly advances AI-based applications through the real-time analysis, colle... Read More »

Tata Elxsi’s FalconEye suite for integrated test automation and monitoring now incorporates artificial intelligence

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FalconEye CPE is among the first in the market to support R4FCE / Bluetooth, addressing the needs of the point anywhere remote based CPEs, as well as 4K video resolution for UHD content. FalconEye Multiscreen addresses the need for OTT and multiscreen testing in today’s trending usage of TV, anywhere and everywhere. With FalconEye Multiscreen, Tata Elxsi also offers OTT Test Lab-as-a-Service that combines the option of setting up a remote lab for OTT / IPTV and other mobile applications that need to be tested on a few hundred devices for eve... Read More »

Intel to Deliver Leading Platform for Artificial Intelligence

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is the next big wave of compute that will transform the way businesses operate and how people engage with the world. And while Intel is inherently well-positioned to support the machine learning revolution — after all, Intel processors power more than 97 percent of servers deployed to support machine learning workloads1 — we know that to truly lead the industry, we must do more. Our industry needs breakthrough compute capability — capability that is both scalable and open — to enable innovation across the broad d... Read More »

2016 IDF Keynotes: Innovation Drives Technology; the Future of Artificial Intelligence

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Diane Bryant, Intel executive vice president and general manager of its Data Center Group, discussed the company’s progress in artificial intelligence. She disclosed details on the next-generation of the Intel Xeon Phi processor family designed for machine learning workloads. Bryant also announced the availability of Silicon Photonics, an expanded partnership with AT&T on the development of new cloud services and a collaboration with Baidu to optimize its DeepSpeech platform. ... Read More »

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