The inextricable link between IoT and machine learning

The inextricable link between IoT and machine learning

Steven Max Patterson met with a team of Microsoft AI researchers recently to discuss original adaptations of Resnet 50, a version of the convolutional network Microsoft used to win the Imagenet 2015 image recognition competition. The...

06/23/17

Fog computing may be IoT’s computational model

Fog computing may be IoT’s computational model

Fog computing and fog networking could fill a the latency and range gap in the internet of things (IoT.) For the last couple of years, researchers have been reporting on developments in fog’s role in completing IoT’s ubiquitous...

06/21/17

Network engineering is key to meeting IoT expectations

Network engineering is key to meeting IoT expectations

Connecting the billions of IoT devices will take a lot of application specific network engineering.

06/19/17

Consumer IoT could outpace industrial IoT

Consumer IoT could outpace industrial IoT

Gartner and Tech Insider agree on how many IoT units will exist by 2020, but they disagree on who the buyers will be.

06/12/17

Researchers find gaps in IoT security

Researchers find gaps in IoT security

Security researchers from the University of Michigan and Stony Brook University compared IoT to established platforms and uncovered incomplete defenses.

06/06/17

Top 20 AI experts you should follow on Twitter

Top 20 AI experts you should follow on Twitter

As artificial intelligence (AI) increases in importance in new technology and applications, several people have achieved expert-level status. Here’s a look at 20 of them.

05/24/17

Google’s AI shifts from the next platform to its next products

Google’s AI shifts from the next platform to its next products

At Google I/O, Google bids to keep users on its platform longer with faster hardware and the Google Home/Assistant conversational interface.

05/18/17

Tech majority disagrees with AI warnings from Hawkings, Musk and Gates

Tech majority disagrees with AI warnings from Hawkings, Musk and Gates

Arizona State researchers analyzed tweets about artificial intelligence and found most people in the tech community are optimistic about AI compared with AI experts.

05/12/17

Google I/O 2017: AI, IoT and VR/AR predictions

Google I/O 2017: AI, IoT and VR/AR predictions

Artificial intelligence will be a major theme at Google I/O 2017 as Google focuses on growing its new business segments: cloud, IoT, VR and AR.

05/10/17

Who should be on the Tech Mount Rushmore?

Who should be on the Tech Mount Rushmore?

Friends of Creative Strategies’ Tim Bajarin nominated 82 people for the Tech Mount Rushmore.

05/04/17

Google focuses on a future of even better mobile cameras

Google focuses on a future of even better mobile cameras

Google’s nighttime photo experiments shed light on how smartphone cameras could get even better.

05/01/17

Q1 2017 smartphone shipments: Samsung rebounds, Apple goes sideways, Chinese makers roar

Q1 2017 smartphone shipments: Samsung rebounds, Apple goes sideways, Chinese makers roar

Samsung and Apple find smartphone growth elusive as the center of gravity shifts west to east and budget phones improve.

04/28/17

Facebook diversifies VR development with JavaScript framework React VR

Facebook diversifies VR development with JavaScript framework React VR

Facebook extends the React family of development tools to VR, diversifying and expanding VR development to the large JavaScript community.

04/20/17

Facebook beats Apple to the punch with AR announcement

Facebook beats Apple to the punch with AR announcement

Facebook’s Camera Effects Platform is more than an ante in the Snapchat competition. SLAM promises to bring 3D AR to every smartphone.

04/19/17

6 reasons why Google built its own AI chip

6 reasons why Google built its own AI chip

Google just changed expectations that Intel would continue to commoditize data centers. Its Tensorflow Processing Unit could advance the adoption of AI.

04/17/17

4 reasons Cisco’s IoT forecast is right, and 2 why it’s wrong

4 reasons Cisco’s IoT forecast is right, and 2 why it’s wrong

Optimisim grows for Cisco’s forecast of there being 50 billion IoT devices by 2020.

04/05/17

Meleap delivers augmented reality to the iPhone before Apple

Meleap delivers augmented reality to the iPhone before Apple

Meleap is an interesting case study about how pragmatic product engineering created an augmented reality product ahead of Apple’s rumored AR product.

04/04/17

What AI can and cannot do today

What AI can and cannot do today

Artificial intelligence has been called the next big thing. Neural science professor an AI entrepreneur Gary Marcus sets our expectations.

03/30/17

Advanced technologies that are ready to make AR a consumer reality

Advanced technologies that are ready to make AR a consumer reality

A keynote by augmented reality pioneer Tobias Höllerer and a discussion with futurist Robert Scoble predict AR is ready to explode.

03/27/17

Moto G5 Plus underscores why the iPhone 8 needs AR

Moto G5 Plus underscores why the iPhone 8 needs AR

Budget Android smartphones such as the Moto G5 Plus are catching up to the iPhone. If Apple wants to compete, it has to do something big, such as add AR.

03/24/17

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