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What is Digital Transformation? A conversation with Microsoft README

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"In the beginning of 2018, we did a survey with 1,500 companies across 15 countries. We wanted to understand the impact of digital transformation. It was interesting to see that in 2017, digital products and services made up only 6% of the economy across the Asia Pacific region. The research showed this is expected to increase to 60% by 2021," said Andrea Della Mattea – President, Microsoft APAC. As we enter a new decade with the 2020's, the world doesn't resemble what it was in 2010. Few quick taps on your phone and you'll get your lunch.


The Future of Transportation Is Coming at the Hands of Big Data

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CES 2020 is kicking off into full gear in Las Vegas this week and that means the world's top technology minds have gathered in one place to share their vision of the future. In the mobility space, particularly with autonomous vehicles and electric vehicles, advanced or new technology is playing a major role in shaping the vision of this industry. Data, or rather the analysis of big data through AI, is being laid as the foundation to the future of mobility. This topic was the point of discussion for three industry experts at CES – Hardik Bhatt, Leader Digital Government, Amazon; Seleta Reynolds, General Manager, Los Angeles DOT; and Marcus Welz, CEO Siemens Mobility Intelligent Traffic Systems, Siemens Mobility. Seleta Reynolds leads one of the most populous department of transportation agencies in the U.S., which means she has access to a lot of transportation data to improve the function of the area she manages.


Top 8 IoT trends and predictions for 2019 (Infographics) – IntellectFaces

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Capitalizing on technological advancements in industrial manufacturing, companies are taking bolder steps to improve growth and operational efficiency in 2019. It is expected that technology spend worldwide on the Internet of Things will reach $1.2 trillion by 2022. The companies are finding ways to solve the complicated problem of blending all production systems – IT and OT data, quality management, Production processes, and Business Intelligence into a single data model. The adoption of IoT services and devices is set to hit 20% higher in 2019. Here is an infographic on the top predictions and trends for IOT in the upcoming years.


Important Ways Artificial Intelligence is Affecting the Internet of Things

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The world is quickly evolving into a globally-connected hub. A microcosm where every device and every person are connected to the internet, and where artificial intelligence is an inextricable part of every industry, and the modern way of life. While artificial intelligence and IoT have numerous applications in all industries and sectors on their own, when combined they can help build comprehensive solutions to a myriad of problems -- not to mention that, combined, these solutions can drive technology forward as an industry. Before we talk about the concrete solutions, let's break down the two technologies. The Internet of Things (IoT) is a piece of technology that connects devices to the internet, other devices, and technological solutions.


top-ways-that-will-reshape-supply-chain-and-logistics-in-2020

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It has been a historic decade for the global logistics industry. The market has become enormously throughout the years and there have been huge enhancements in logistics infrastructure worldwide; on account of digitization and noteworthy solutions in supply chain and logistics. Technological headways have fortified the capacities and working of each component of logistics, directly from bundling and marking to shipment, transportation and last-mile conveyance. Changes in shopper requests, the ascent of web based business and savage market rivalry have additionally empowered a fast transformation of the industry. The time of more intelligent and faster logistics has quite recently started.


top-ways-that-will-reshape-supply-chain-and-logistics-in-2020

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It has been a historic decade for the global logistics industry. The market has become enormously throughout the years and there have been huge enhancements in logistics infrastructure worldwide; on account of digitization and noteworthy solutions in supply chain and logistics. Technological headways have fortified the capacities and working of each component of logistics, directly from bundling and marking to shipment, transportation and last-mile conveyance. Changes in shopper requests, the ascent of web based business and savage market rivalry have additionally empowered a fast transformation of the industry. The time of more intelligent and faster logistics has quite recently started.


How GE uses a 'Humble AI' approach to manufacturing

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Colin Parris has a challenging job. As the vice president of software and analytics research at General Electric, Parris must evaluate new technology and applications that can benefit the manufacturing giant. All of which must work within the framework that GE employs when assessing safety and efficiency known as Humble AI. But even after his own rigorous evaluation and approval process there is no easy way to get buy-in from the rest of the company for new ways of doing business. With huge investments in aviation systems, energy and healthcare, GE is always looking for ways to use technology to improve operations, deliver products faster and better anticipate problems along the way -- all areas where AI can potentially be of use.


Developing a digital twin

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In the not too distant future, we can expect to see our skies filled with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) delivering packages, maybe even people, from location to location. In such a world, there will also be a digital twin for each UAV in the fleet: a virtual model that will follow the UAV through its existence, evolving with time. "It's essential that UAVs monitor their structural health," said Karen Willcox, director of the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin) and an expert in computational aerospace engineering. "And it's essential that they make good decisions that result in good behavior." An invited speaker at the 2019 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC19), Willcox shared the details of a project--supported primarily by the U.S. Air Force program in Dynamic Data-Driven Application Systems (DDDAS)--to develop a predictive digital twin for a custom-built UAV.


Origami Energy appoints Ocado's CTO Paul Clarke to its advisory board

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Origami, a leading technology provider to the energy industry, is expanding its advisory board team with the appointment of Paul Clarke. Paul currently serves as CTO for Ocado, who provide a cutting-edge technology platform for online grocery. "I am delighted to welcome Paul to our advisory board," said Peter Bance, chief executive officer, Origami. "During his time at Ocado, Paul has pioneered the technology that powers their e-commerce, fulfilment and logistics platform and built a world-class technology brand. Paul's experience and guidance will be invaluable as we continue to build our own technology to support the transformation of the energy industry."


15 AI Technology Trends to Look for in 2020 - RTInsights

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Today, everyone is discussing the most recent trends in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI). All through the year, you've watched an exponential up-thrust in apps, platforms, and tools for machine learning and artificial intelligence. These technologies are being used in fields, including healthcare, financial services, agribusiness, manufacturing, and more. What does the future hold? You can expect many new innovative applications using emerging technologies.