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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 »

95% of companies are yet to realize the full benefits of digitalization technologies for their supply chains

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‘Digitalization and the supply chain: Where are we and what’s next?’ is a report by Lisa Harrington, President of the lharrington group LLC commissioned by DHL to identify how industry is coping with the fast-changing and disruptive environment posed by the rise of digitalization in the supply chain. Next-generation robotics, AI, AVs, blockchain, big data analytics and sensors are just some of the technologies which businesses must now consider integrating into their operations and supply chain strategies. Respondents ranked big data analyti... Read More »

New research: How to evolve your security for the cloud


The research shows what many already know: that public cloud adoption is accelerating thanks to increased technical flexibility, simpler scaling, and lower operating costs. What’s exciting is that the research also reveals that many Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) no longer view security as an inhibitor to adoption but instead an opportunity—“In many cases [CISOs] acknowledge that cloud service providers’ security resources dwarf their own,” the authors write—and now these companies are focused on how to best adopt and configure clo... Read More »

New Amazon EC2 F1 instance bringing Maxeler Maximum Performance Computing to The Cloud (Maxeler Technologies, Las Vegas, Dec 2, 2016.)


Performance brings competitive advantage. The new Amazon EC2 F1 instance, the first of its kind, allows AWS customers to use customizable hardware to push the limits of the possible, which was previously only a luxury for the largest enterprises. San Francisco, CA - Maxeler has been helping Tier 1 banks, exchanges, and government agencies to solve mission critical computational challenges. Maxeler's migration service for AWS EC2 F1 brings ultra high performance applications to the cloud while supporting an easy migration path via a hybrid pu... Read More »

Small/Mid-size Businesses Admit Paper Processes Waste Time – 8 out of 10 Pledge to Change in 2017


  More than 80 percent of small/mid-size businesses (SMBs) want to cut paper out of the way they invoice, report financials, manage legal and human resource forms, and handle other time consuming processes, according to a Xerox survey. The survey of more than 1,000 companies in the United States, United Kingdom, France and Germany shows respondents expect to make the change during the next 12 months. Nearly half (46 percent) of respondents confirmed that a significant amount of time is wasted on paper-intensive processes and 6 out... Read More »

Wyatt Technology Corporation Launches the ViscoStar III Online Viscometer for Polymer and Protein Characterization


1888PressRelease - The Next Generation of Viscometers is launched with ViscoStar III by Wyatt Technology for unmatched sensitivity, stability, and broadest range of solvents for macromolecular characterization. Houston, TX - Wyatt Technology, the world leader in instrumentation for absolute macromolecular characterization, announces the launch of the third generation of intrinsic viscosity detectors: the ViscoStar III. Used in conjunction with gel permeation chromatography (GPC) systems and multi-angle light scattering (MALS) detectors, s... Read More »

Global Insulin Delivery Device Market 2016-2022 – Market Accounted for Revenues of $9.9 Billion in 2015 and is Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 6.6% – Research and Markets


The global insulin delivery device market accounted for revenues of $9,998.3 million in 2015, and it is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.6% during 2016-2022 Based on type, the insulin pump segment is expected to witness the fastest growth during the forecast period, at a CAGR of 7.2% globally. The global insulin delivery device market is growing at a significant rate, due to growing geriatric population, increasing prevalence of diabetes and increasing prevalence of obesity. In addition, the technological advancement in the delivery device and... Read More »

Honda to Strengthen Research and Development of Intelligent Technologies


Honda R&D Co., Ltd., a research and development subsidiary of Honda, today announced plans to further strengthen its research and development of intelligent technologies and, toward that objective, will establish Honda R&D Innovation Lab Tokyo by around September this year in Akasaka, Tokyo, a new operation which will serve as a venue for “co-creation” – where Honda will seek to collaborate with external experts and other research institutes. In 2003, Honda R&D established Honda Research Institute (HRI) for the purpose of evolvin... Read More »

Sony Joins Forces with Cogitai to Conduct Research and Development for the Next Wave of Artificial Intelligence


Cogitai was founded in September 2015 by three leading AI researchers, Mark Ring (CEO of Cogitai, and a pioneer in continual learning and reinforcement learning), Peter Stone (President and COO of Cogitai, a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, and a leader in reinforcement learning, multiagent systems and robotics), and Satinder Singh Baveja (Chief Scientist and CTO of Cogitai, a professor at the University of Michigan, and a leader in reinforcement learning, intrinsic motivation, and the combination of deep learning and reinforceme... Read More »

University of Florida and Elsevier Collaborate to Maximize Visibility, Impact and Dissemination of Research Articles by UF Authors


“The project addresses several university needs including showcasing UF’s body of works, providing a better user experience for researchers who use its repository and facilitating compliance with US policies on public access to federally funded research,” said Judith Russell, Dean of University Libraries, UF. Among UF authored articles, the largest portion is published in Elsevier journals, and they represent a large share of citations. For Elsevier, this pilot provides an opportunity to get a better understanding of information and content ... Read More »

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