Two global firms have combined their specialties to provide what they describe as the most comprehensive, open-compatible artificial intelligence framework for the Internet of Things.
IoT projects will often require automated decisions to be made at the network edge to avoid latency issues, according to a SAS official.
Listed Internet of Things solutions provider Quantify Technology (ASX:QFY) has entered a heads of agreement to partner with Western Australia’s Curtin University of Technology to install Quantify products in a living lab in Fremantle.
And this IS the country where all our Telsta switching is?????
Human review is needed to determine how and why the AI misrecognised an utterance that wasn't "Okay Google." If you[…]
Would be better with lights ;)
Artificial intelligence? Or is that to artificial to be of any use?The VRT article did note a couple who were[…]
And prevents "Netflix" or "gamers" from killing the network for their neighbours