Technology, with its rapid evolution has been taking several industries across India by storm. Most experts in their field are welcoming developments like Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT) due to their effectiveness and lack of human involvement in accomplishing a host of tasks. With regards to the business of saving lives, this evolution is truly a relief, with speed being the biggest advantage, which the healthcare industry of the country is reliant on. AI has been making inroads in this sector to ensure not just a quick turnaround, but also accessibility to those in dire need of medical aid and care. IoT too, is gradually being recognised as a key contributor to cause a paradigm shift in the industry.
The rapid progress in artificial intelligence, smart devices, and smart cities promises to revolutionise the way we work, live, and connect. However, recent scandals surrounding the handling of user data have prompted a wave of privacy concerns. The smarter a city gets, the more it can keep tabs on our every move. Likewise, with connected home devices and digital assistants picking up our daily activities and queries, the potential for privacy breaches are endless. Europe's pioneering General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) is one of several attempts by governments to mitigate widespread shortfalls in customer data protection, for both companies and governments.
This is turning out to be an active year for advances with Internet of Things technologies, especially in the area of commercial and industrial IoT. To put all the advances in perspective, let's look at seven top trends that are driving this space, from compute size, to the value of true edge computing, to closed-loop edge to cloud machine learning and more. IIoT analytics and ML companies will be heavily measured on how much they can deliver in how little compute. As IIoT projects pivot away from cloud-centric approaches, the next step in the evolution of artificial intelligence and IIoT will address the need to convert algorithms to work at the edge in a dramatically smaller footprint. According to Gartner, within the next four years, 75% of enterprise-generated data will be processed at the edge (versus the cloud), up from 10% today.
Artificial Intelligence used to be a fictive narrative from Isaac Asimov's novels and futuristic films. Today it's 2019, and AI is no longer just a product of imagination. Let's take a look at the world's favorite futuristic movies. We already have them in every household. These can be easily found on Amazon and even your local Home Depot.
For iPhone users who don't want to venture far to control their smart homes, look no further than Apple HomeKit. Like Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant, you can use HomeKit to control and command your favorite HomeKit-compatible smart devices. Apple HomeKit isn't compatible with quite as many devices as the aforementioned digital assistants, but unlike smart home systems such as Samsung SmartThings, it doesn't require a specific hub to configure. All you need to get started is to scope out the compatible hardware--door locks, smart bulbs, and so on--and once these gadgets are synced up, you can walk through the door and ask Siri to turn on the lights! The Apple Home app lets you control connected devices.
Summer is winding down and that means the return to the classroom just around the corner, however, the school supply list isn't the only way to prep for the upcoming academic year. Outfitting your residence with smart home gadgets can make the busy back-to-school-season easier for the whole family. Does your student walk home from school? A digital smart lock can be a lifesaver if your child ever loses his or her house keys. Don't want your child fiddling with the air conditioner after coming home from soccer practice?
Every day we come across a new tech buzzword - for some, it is AI (Artificial Intelligence), for others, it is IoT (Internet of Things) but how many actually understand the context of these concepts. Answer this – how are you able to read this article? That's exactly what IoT is about, connecting all devices to the internet. If loosely defined, IoT empowers all devices in the world to send and receive information, basically make them smart. Through an app, your phone is retrieving information, in this case, songs, from a source which is also connected to the internet and helping you enjoy any and every type of music in the world without having to store anything in your mobile device.
Today, it's hard to say which ambition came first: smart cities/homes or the Internet of Things (IoT). In short, both suggest a vision of ubiquitous computing, first propelled by Mike Koniavsky. "Ubicomp" is the practice of incorporating information processing and network communication into everyday human environments for better communication and services. The term'IoT' is, instead, attributed to Kevin Ashton, whose desire was to teach computers to'sense things' and communicate them back in the 1990s. This Internet-based connectedness of daily-life objects is the reality of modern tech design and the premise of building a smart home or city that integrates physical, digital and human systems.
Wikifriend offers a platform which uses artificial intelligence-driven conversational technology to facilitate access to digital content that would otherwise require articulated steps for enjoyment. The platform allows businesses to offer a continuous support service guaranteeing a personalized conversational level improving the customer experience. Wikifriend is a human-to-machine conversational interface that facilitates the use of complex computer applications for any person, simply by using voice commands. From brand reputation management in digital media and fake news recognition to Health Care, Financial Services, Home Automation, and Computer Vision, Wikifriend brings disruptive innovation to the industry. Merge German semantic engine and high-security level sounds good to customers?
Welcome to your 2019 kitchen. There's a smart oven, which lets you adjust the temperature and cook time from your phone. There's a smart refrigerator, which can tell you when your produce is about to go bad. There's a smart scale, which (hopefully) makes you a better baker. If you're wondering why you'd ever need a smart sink--and how it's different than a regular sink--we broke down exactly what the Kohler Sensate smart faucet is (and isn't) below.