Ms. Sarath, geniSIGHTS’s chief analytics officer, said the tool was targeted at widening the scope of AI adoption and making the platform affordable and accessible to small and medium-scale businesses. Cognizant’s emeritus vice-chairman Lakshmi Narayanan said new benchmarks had been established in the speed of software installation and in the ease of usage that power users today demand. “Deep analytics and insights visualisation at the speed of thought is what FAST aims to achieve, with a solution that integrates high-speed voice input with AI-powered analytics engine in the cloud,” he said. … [Read more...] about AI-powered tool will help small businesses
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Even after the pandemic, e-learning platforms must find broader adoption in the education sector, this can only be achieved with solutions that support live streaming and video compression on low bandwidth. These e-learning platforms must also be flexible, scalable and cost effective. … [Read more...] about Tech – and the Cloud – will drive the post-pandemic revival
Instead, as Wunderman Thompson's director of data science Ilinca Barsan put it: "If we want our machines to do work that accurately and responsibly reflects society, we need to help them understand the social dynamics that we live in to stop them from reinforcing existing inequalities through automation and put them to work for good instead." … [Read more...] about Google’s AI thinks women wearing masks have mouths covered with duct tape
By stationing edge modules adjacent to existing cellular transmitters, Vapor IO leverages their existing fiber optic cable links to communicate with one another at minimum latency, at distances no greater than 20 km. Each module accommodates 44 server rack units (RU) and up to 150 kilowatts of server power, so a cluster of six fiber-linked modules would host 0.9 megawatts. While that's still less than 2% of the server power of a typical metropolitan colocation facility, from a colo leader such as Equinix or Digital Realty, consider how competitive such a scheme could become if Crown Castle were to install one Kinetic Edge module beside each of its more than 40,000 cell towers in North America. Theoretically, the capacity already exists to facilitate the computing power of greater than 700 metro colos. … [Read more...] about Where is the ‘edge’ in edge computing? And who gets to decide?