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Algorithm uses AI and predictive analytics to optimise print consumables

MPS Monitor, a company that develops and distributes a platform for the remote monitoring and management of printers and multifunctional devices, has announced a set of new features underpinned by a proprietary Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning algorithm targeted at improving supplies monitoring, shipments and analytics on its fleet of more than one million devices.

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Cannes aims to be world’s AI capital in February

Cannes intends to be the centre of attention for artificial intelligence (AI) at the World AI Cannes Festival. This is a new event organised jointly by Corp Agency (the organiser of the Big Data Paris & AI Paris, Quantum Business Europe and Voice Tech Paris shows), the Cannes Palais des Festivals et des Congres, the Institut EuropIA, the City of Cannes and the Alpes-Maritimes Departmental Council.

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Harnessing digital twin and BIM technologies for smarter cities

The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly altered the way we as humans experience the cities we live in, says Sebastien Paris, CEO of ONHYS, accelerating multiple macro trends. Populations are set to continue to rise until at least 2050, and hedging against operational risk in an urban context has become mission-critical for many public servants and city operators.

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Consortium starts trials of ‘low-cost, and sustainable’ robotic inspection in hazardous areas

Electrocomponents plc, a global omni-channel provider of product and service solutions, reports that Project nautilUS has entered the validation phase of its inspection robotic platform. This has been developed for non-destructive testing (NDT) on storage tanks used in the petrochemical industry.

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Get more from your retail customers through enhanced recommendation engines

In the competitive world of online retailing, offering simple product recommendations such as “customers who bought this item also bought this” isn’t going to cut it any more. Customers expect much more, says, Martin Darling, VP EMEA, TigerGraph, and if you don’t deliver it, chances are someone else will.

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Architects and engineers say data-driven tech is critical for post-covid recovery

New research from Deltek, a global provider of software and solutions for project-based businesses, reveals that the nation’s architecture and engineering (A&E) firms say data-rich technologies including data science, big data and machine learning, are most important to their business.

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Time for IT to have a bigger seat at the table

The cyber threat continues to grow and evolve, with the number of attacks increasing year-on-year. As cunning hackers take advantage of the ongoing pandemic by targeting remote workforces, businesses are forced to contend not only with this increased security risk, but also furloughed staff, social distancing restrictions and a turbulent economic market, says, Andrea Babbs, general manager at VIPRE Security UK and Ireland.

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