With discussion around artificial intelligence (AI) at an all-time high, MACHINA Summit.AI is a prestigious new AI, analytics and IoT event launching at IP EXPO Europe, and co-located with Cyber Security Europe, in London on the 4-5 October 2017 at ExCeL London. MACHINA Summit.AI will bring together global visionaries, experts, leading businesses and revolutionary technology demonstrations. The two day show will enable attendees to explore how all artificial intelligence technologies, including machine learning, deep learning and cognitive computing, along with analytics and IoT, are starting to affect the enterprise now and how the future will belong to those who evolve with technology. Without doubt the topics of artificial intelligence (AI), data analytics and IoT have been the hottest topics in technology over the past 12 months. But beyond the hype questions still exist on the real applications for these technologies.
The internet of things (IoT) will lead to a sea-change in the way big data analytics is conducted, with increasing emphasis on predictive and prescriptive analytics, according to a new report by Machina Research. The report finds the emergence of "millions and millions" of connected devices has seen big data analytics shift its focus towards forward-looking data insights, and away from historical data patterns. "Business and strategic decisions are being augmented with highly operational and predictive/prescriptive analytics, shifting the ground from'look at what happened' to'what may happen' and how best to address those potential scenarios," the company said. Enterprises have started to move away from their traditional view of data management and analytics, which has focused on historical and descriptive analytics. As the IoT market develops, and takes in machine learning, augmented insights and managed autonomy, the report finds the scale, speed, structure, and context of data will undermine the effectiveness of existing big data techniques, and impact how enterprises approach data analytics, and their ability to handle a myriad of data streams.
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For the first time, lawyers can apply legal analytics to cases heard in New York County Supreme Court ("New York County"). Lex Machina, a subsidiary of RELX, the British information corporate formerly known as Reed Elsevier, is announcing today the publication of data on 119,000 cases. The data is based on both dockets (analogous to the abstracts of academic papers) and documents (the full papers). Numerically, this caseload is not a massive expansion to the 4.5m cases already in Lex Machina's database, but Karl Harris, Lex Machina's CEO, argues it is an important milestone because New York County is such a significant jurisdiction. Lawyers are not renowned for an addiction to statistics and maths.
Google Cloud and C3 AI on Wednesday announced a new partnership that will bring C3 AI's entire portfolio of enterprise AI software to Google Cloud. The two companies will also offer joint services tailored for a range industries, including manufacturing, healthcare and financial services. The C3 AI applications now available on Google Cloud include industry-specific SaaS AI applications; C3 AI Suite, a platform for developing, deploying and operating AI applications; C3 AI CRM, a suite of industry-specific AI CRM applications; and C3 AI Ex Machina, a no-code AI tool. "Combining the innovation, leadership, scale, and go-to-market expertise of Google Cloud with the substantial business value delivered from C3 AI applications, this partnership will dramatically accelerate the adoption of Enterprise AI applications across all industry segments," C3 AI CEO Thomas M. Siebel said in a statement. For the manufacturing sector, Google and C3 AI plan to jointly offer capabilities like AI-powered predictive maintenance and optimized energy management.