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Business continuity emergency: Implications of global climate change and energy crisis on businesses

With COP27 fresh in our minds, the subject of rising climate disasters is on the agenda for many living in vulnerable locations. 30 years on from the adoption of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, prominent politicians once again came together to discuss their plans for countering and responding to a range of climate disasters. But it is also important that businesses and employers consider the impact that these events may have on their own day-to-day operations and invest in their own disaster recovery, says Johnny Carpenter, VP of sales EMEA, 11:11 Systems.

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Cadence debuts silicon-proven 22Gbps GDDR6 IP at TSMC N5

San Jose, United States – Cadence Design Systems, Inc., is announcing that Cadence IP for GDDR6 is silicon proven on TSMC’s N5 process technology, exceeding Cadence’s previous 16Gbps designs. Targeted for very high-bandwidth memory applications, including hyperscale computing, 5G communications, automotive and consumer, the GDDR6 IP consists of Cadence PHY and controller design IP and Verification IP (VIP).

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Everything you need to know about AI in healthcare

Artificial intelligence (AI) and associated technologies are becoming more prevalent in business and society. Now, they’re making their way into healthcare, gradually changing medical practice and healthcare facilities everywhere. Technologies like machine learning and digitised data acquisition allow AI to expand and revolutionise areas and roles that were once only suitable for humans, says Guido Voigt is the director of engineering, at Lantronix.

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NXP and German Aerospace Centre collaborate on quantum computing tech in Germany

NXP Semiconductors has announced its collaboration with the German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and other partners on ion trap-based quantum computers as part of the DLR’s Quantum Computing Initiative. The initiative aims to build quantum computers to help enable new innovations across energy, automotive, government, aerospace and other critical infrastructure.

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Youdao launches new AI-led smart learning pad X10

Youdao, Inc., a technology-focused intelligent learning company in China, has announced that it has officially launched Youdao Smart Learning Pad X10, its new intelligent learning tool. The product was strategically added to Youdao’s growing portfolio of AI-driven educational tools, and was featured at its new product launch event held in Beijing on Thursday.

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Zvision partners with NVIDIA to accelerate the industrialisation of solid-state LiDAR AI technology

BEIJING, 14 October 2022 – Zvision, a provider of automotive-grade MEMS LiDAR solutions in China, and NVIDIA, a specialist in the era of artificial intelligence (AI), signed a collaborative agreement recently, whereby the Chinese firm joined the NVIDIA Jetson ecosystem as one of the platform’s key LiDAR sensor partners.

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SoundHound unveils full suite of Edge and Cloud connectivity solutions

Santa Clara, United States – SoundHound AI, Inc., a global provider in voice artificial intelligence, announced the availability of a whole suite of Edge and Cloud connectivity solutions that will allow brands to voice-enable almost any product, device, or service. Businesses looking to deploy voice AI can choose from options that match their available processing power and end-user needs. These include fully-embedded Edge technology (including a new EdgeLite option), exclusively Cloud-connected technology, or a hybrid combination of Edge+Cloud.

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Nexar unveils AI application together with KDDI and Oracle

New York, United States – Nexar, the computer vision AI company, released a video demonstrating the AI-powered parking space-finder app. Demonstrated with Oracle & KDDIs’ mobile and edge infrastructure, the app reviews dash cam footage to detect on-street free curb space in Tokyo’s busy streets using edge compute environments. Nexar, KDDI and Oracle are part of the Automotive Edge Computing Consortium (AECC), which works to create the computing and connectivity infrastructure for connected cars of the future.

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Kinara and Arcturus partnership to provide high performance AI solutions for smart city and industry 4.0 applications

Kinara, Inc., a developer of unrivaled Edge AI solutions that accelerate and optimise real-time decision making, today announced that it has partnered with Arcturus Networks Inc., a provider of edge AI analytics and enablement for smart city applications, to help customers deliver high-performance, cost-optimised AI solutions.

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Artificial intelligence spending grew 20.7% worldwide in 2021, says IDC

Worldwide revenues for the artificial intelligence (AI) market, including software, hardware, and services for both AI centric and AI non-centric applications*, totaled $383.3 billion (€383.78 billion) in 2021, an increase of 20.7% over the prior year, according to the most recent International Data Corporation (IDCWorldwide Semiannual Artificial Intelligence Tracker. IDC expects the AI market value will reach nearly $450 billion (€450.56 billion) in 2022 and maintain a year-over-year growth rate in the high teens throughout the five-year forecast.

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Quantum Technologies can help tackle climate, hunger, disease, but a massive skills gap stands in the way

Geneva, Switzerland, 13 September 2022 Quantum technologies offer huge potential for finding solutions to complex global challenges. But the focus on cybersecurity risks, which are solvable if decision-makers act now, is obscuring their application to the threats of climate, hunger and disease.

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Now’s the time for online retailers to embrace the edge

Online shopping is an entirely different beast compared to what it was just a few short years ago; seemingly overnight, the world has embraced an appetite for digital-first careers, services, connections and, you guessed it, shopping experiences. To satiate this appetite, e-commerce companies have had to accelerate their digital transformation journey and provide an online experience that better aligns with their customer’s new, post-pandemic needs, says Ed Gray, UKCE senior sales director for commerce at Fastly.

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GBT is implementing machine learning driven, pattern matching technology for its Epsilon

San Diego, United States – GBT Technologies Inc., is implementing a machine learning driven, pattern matching technology within its Epsilon, microchip’s reliability verification and correction electronic design automation (EDA) tool. Design rules are getting increasingly complex with each new process node and design firms are facing new challenges in the physical verification domain.

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AITX’s subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices to deploy school firearm detection system

Detroit, Michigan, 10 August 2022 – Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Robotic Assistance Devices, Inc. (RAD) has received a Letter of Intent (LOI) with an east coast parochial school to deploy 2 ROSA security robots with firearm detection technology. Coinciding with this deployment, RAD is announcing the integration of its RADSoC with its full suite of AI analytics with existing networks of security cameras. The school presently has approximately 120 security cameras, of which 50 will be connected to the RAD ecosystem.

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SenseTime creates AI Chinese chess robot for family entertainment endorsed by Olympic gold medalist

Hong Kong, China. 09 August, 2022 – SenseTime, a global artificial intelligence (AI) software company, has launched its consumer product “SenseRobot”, an AI interactive Xiangqi (chinese chess) robot for family entertainment, further expanding its “smart life” product offerings. The product has been certified by the Chinese Xiangqi Association, with Guo Jingjing, the multiple Olympic gold medalist, as chief product experience officer.

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Amazon SageMaker eases ML model development by expanding existing feature groups

Feature engineering is one of the most challenging aspects of the machine learning (ML) lifecycle and a phase where the most amount of time is spent – data scientists and ML engineers spend 60–70% of their time on feature engineering. AWS introduced Amazon SageMaker feature store during AWS re:Invent 2020, which is a purpose-built, fully managed, centralised store for features and associated metadata.

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Empowering employees in the era of No-Code 

An organisation’s most important asset is its people. I’d bet 99% of business leaders would tell you that’s true. Yet, many still routinely under equip their workforce with the tools they need. Managers typically look at employee productivity through the lens of whether a job function is adequately performed and how much value that work generates for the company. What they seem to do less often is look at their employees’ capacity to contribute to innovation and growth, says Mark Mader, CEO at Smartsheet.

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Lumen expands edge computing solutions into Europe

London, 12 July, 2022 – Lumen Technologies is investing in its global edge network and expanding its edge computing solutions into Europe, providing the low latency platform businesses need to extend their high bandwidth, data intensive applications out to the cloud edge. This expansion is part of Lumen’s continued investment in next generation solutions that transform digital experiences and meet the demands of today’s global businesses.

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BangDB launches APIs for AI, graph and stream processing for emerging use cases in data analytics

Bangalore, India. 07 July, 2022 – AI database firm BangDB has launched the REST APIs for its converged data platform. BangDB is the database which makes it highly suitable for modern applications that require predictive real time analysis for fast moving data from devices, sensors and machines. By bringing AI, stream processing, graph and the database together in a single product, BangDB has created a modern stack to disrupt the data analysis market.

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Telco network-as-a-service is a US$75bn opportunity if they invest and align early

Networks have been commoditised over the last few years and the cost of connectivity has fallen. Value has shifted from network infrastructure to the services built on top of the network. Enterprises need scalable solutions that offer cloud-native agility, multi-cloud accessibility, and services that can dynamically fluctuate to support digital transformation. This has led to significant interest in the network-as-a-service (NaaS) market. Global technology intelligence firm ABI Research expects this market to expand significantly reaching over US$150 billion (€146.58 billion) by 2030.

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