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How will AI, Machine Learning, 5G and the Edge reshape our lives?

The Evolving Enterprise is a new digital magazine reporting on the real-world applications of headline technologies transforming not just the enterprise but the world as we know it.

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The EE assists Enterprises on their transformation journey by providing expert industry insights on the how’s, the where’s and the why’s, so procurement decisions can be made with confidence. We present deep, unbiased industry knowledge that couldn’t otherwise be found all in one place.

The Evolving Enterprise Q4

The Evolving Enterprise: Edge and 5G will match the car and canned food revolutions

In this issue:

  • Payment security a major concern for online retail
  • Edge and 5G will match the car and canned food revolutions, says Wind River’s CMO
  • 5G and Industry 4.0: Where promise meets reality – and expectations are huge
  • Businesses see a need for ethical, trusted AI - powered systems, but progress is patchy
  • Robotic Process Automation auto-balancing feature to offer ‘hands-free’ bot workload management
  • Company, Product & Market News

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Lessons from AI deployments today point to a rosy future

Transforma Insights’ examination of real-world artificial intelligence (AI) deployments shows that most today are focused on mundane applications delivering cost savings, rather than being truly transformational. However, rapid pay-back and high levels of automation bode well for more widespread adoption in innovative fields. Matt Hatton, co-founder of Transforma Insights reports.

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Keep communities safe with actionable, data- driven insights from advanced video analytics

BriefCam, a provider of video content analytics and VIDEO SYNOPSIS solutions, reports that its advanced video analytics software platform will serve as the analytics engine for Verizon’s Intelligent Video solution. The monitoring service helps law enforcement and security teams keep public and private facilities secure with near real-time, actionable data from video content.

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IoT can get you back to work

The City of London usually welcomes around 550,000 workers daily. Today that number is closer to 15,000. Why? Because the majority of City workers have to commute by public transportation train, tube or bus to get to work. In the past, says Bart Schouw, chief evangelist at Software AG, this meant sitting or more likely standing in a crowded, hot space with no air conditioning (and not enough people wearing masks).

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