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How Artificial Intelligence (AI) Can Advance Your Home Builder Marketing

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For beginners, Artificial Intelligence or commonly referred to as AI is a broad branch of computer science used to create machine-like systems to function intelligently and independently. Just like humans, AI technology uses deep learning to recognize patterns in data, solve complex problems, and even generate creative ideas. "AI has been an integral part of SAS (Statistical Analysis System) software for years. Today we help customers in every industry capitalize on advancements in AI, and we'll continue embedding AI technologies like machine learning and deep learning in solutions across the SAS portfolio", says CEO of SAS Jim Goodnight. So, how does AI work?


How Artificial Intelligence is the Key to Unlocking Successful Remote Working

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India is undergoing a major digital transformation with the rapidly rising popularity of numerous data-hungry applications. The growing popularity of video, gaming, and cloud have led to a massive growth of data consumption – and this growth won't be slowing down anytime soon, especially as there's an increased shift to remote working. In fact, India's data traffic is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 72.6%, according to the ASSOCHAM-PwC study. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated this digitization as reliance on connectivity is reaching new levels driven by e-learning, e-health and online shopping as well as popular apps like Zoom and Houseparty . Going remote requires a new approach The foundation for supporting today's new remote lifestyle is a telecom network that can adapt and scale to constantly changing requirements.


Carbon's Trainer is a smart mirror designed to deliver guided workouts

Engadget

With many gyms off-limits during the pandemic, home workout classes from Peloton and others are more popular than ever. A twist on that came from a company called Mirror, which introduced an interactive reflective display that guides you through aerobics, stretching and free-weights without the need for a bike or heavy equipment. Now, Mirror has some competition. A company called Carbon has introduced its own interactive mirror called the Carbon Trainer, a 43-inch 4K LCD touch screen display with built-in sensors and accessories. It lets you choose classes for strength, conditioning and mobility, while monitoring your progress using AI and motion tracking technology.


Three Ways Digital Transformation Is Disrupting The Metals Industry

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The metals industry is at a crossroads. It faces decreasing global demand, trade flow disruptions, widening workforce skill gaps, and declining resource quality. These challenges have hurt profits and reduced capital investments. The metals industry is ripe for change – and digital transformation is leading the way. Stefan Koch, global lead for metals in the mill products industry business unit at SAP, recently spoke about the future of the metals industry on the S.M.A.C. Talk Technology Podcast. Koch addressed the three major ways digitization will change the industry.


Spatial Computing & IoT Can Unleash Data's Full Potential

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The enterprise has been talking about Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0 for years. We have seen transformation accelerate and the adoption of artificial intelligence, connected devices, and even virtual reality speed-up over the last few months due to the pandemic. As enterprise digitization continues to be top of mind and data becomes even more critical in this process, we need to look at how all the data created can be better visualized to generate better business outcomes. The Internet of Things (IoT) allows devices to talk to each other through connected sensors - producing real-time data. Companies had to learn how to process large amounts of data from IoT devices.


Artificial Intelligence in Business: The New Normal in Testing Times

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The COVID 19 situation, has rendered the industry into an unprecedented situation. Businesses across the globe are now resorting to plan out new strategies to keep the operations going, to meet clients' demands. Work-from-Home is the new normal for both the employees and the employers to function in a mitigated manner. Twitter on their tweet had suggested their employees, to function through "Work-from-Home", forever, if they want to. This new trend can be easily surmised as being effective for a while to manage operations, but cannot be ruled out as the necessary solution, for satisfying the customers and clients in the long run.


Combining Spatial Computing & IoT Can Unleash Data's Full Potential

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The enterprise has been talking about Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0 for years. We have seen transformation accelerate and the adoption of artificial intelligence, connected devices, and even virtual reality speed-up over the last few months due to the pandemic. As enterprise digitization continues to be top of mind and data becomes even more critical in this process, we need to look at how all the data created can be better visualized to generate better business outcomes. The Internet of Things (IoT) allows devices to talk to each other through connected sensors - producing real-time data. Companies had to learn how to process large amounts of data from IoT devices.


Artificial Intelligence Certifications

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Global Tech Council envisions to impart exceptional world-class training in the latest technologies such as Big data, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security, Internet of things, including Virtual reality, Augmented Reality, Machine learning, and much more. Getting certified in these futuristic technologies opens a world of possibilities with bright career prospects for beginners and professionals. At Global Tech Council, we offer curated courses, conducted by industry experts with extensive knowledge and experience in each domain to take you towards the road of success. These training sessions are specifically designed to offer in-depth, hands-on knowledge to aspirants, to enhance their credibility and experience the acceleration in their career.


Become a speed reading machine with this online class

Mashable

TL;DR: The Become a Speed Reading Machine course is on sale for £19.14 as of August 5, saving you 87% on list price. If you're being honest, you've probably always been secretly -- and irrationally -- jealous of speedy readers. Back in school, there were always a few classmates who zoomed through a dense chapter and got to start lunch early. The rest of us were stuck decoding a confusing, run-on sentence while our milk got warm. Now those kids are colleagues who answer emails quicker, read more news, and are arguably more productive throughout the day.


Tesla owner banned from driving after crash – and it's not over Autopilot

ZDNet

A German court has fined and banned a Tesla owner from driving for one month after a crash that happened while the driver was using the car's built-in touchscreen dashboard to adjust windshield-wiper settings. Surprisingly, this case didn't involve Tesla's Autopilot system, which was activated in multiple crashes in the US and has drawn sharp criticism from the US National Transportation Safety Board. As reported by German tech site Golem, a regional court judge in Germany decided that the Tesla S's touchscreen user interface for controlling the intervals of the windshield wiper required too much attention from the driver. It therefore found him in breach of road-traffic regulations designed to stop people being distracted by their phones while driving. The decision, made in the Karlsruhe district court, involved a non-fatal crash in heavy rain on a federal highway.