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Posted by on Oct 5, 2017 in Networks |

Advanced Architectures for Image Recognition

Advanced Architectures for Image Recognition

Today, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Big Data, and Analytics are talked about quite often. However, Advanced Architecture is something that is fading and not given much significance. When researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) created an app called Pic2Recipe that correctly identified recipes, everyone appreciated the effort that was taken towards AI and Deep Learning. However, very few paid attention towards Advanced Architecture. Advanced Architecture is required for solving problems related to image and voice. One should understand the concept of computer vision before proceeding towards Deep Learning’s advanced architecture. Deep Learning was used by Google in its voice and image recognition algorithms by Netflix and Amazon, to decide what people wanted to watch or buy next. Moreover, it was also used by researchers and solution providing companies to predict the future. As Deep Learning algorithms consist of a different set of models due to the flexibility, the neural network allows it to build a full-fledged end-to-end model. Computer vision is building an artificial...

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Posted by on Oct 5, 2017 in Automotive |

How can the new wave of technologies make the automotive industry more personalized and responsive to drivers?

How can the new wave of technologies make the automotive industry more personalized and responsive to drivers?

The advancement in technology has modernized the driving experience in recent years. As solutions based on Artificial Intelligence (AI), that encompasses Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) are providing a more personalized, connected, safe, intelligent, secure, user-friendly and seamless driving experience. The concept of technological personalization for drivers did not exist before. It was difficult to imagine having a vehicle that would be so user friendly, thus refining the driving experience for both drivers as well as passengers. However, with change and modernization of technology, thanks to AI and Big Data Analytics, vehicle personalization is no longer restricted to aesthetics, brand and style elements. It is more to do with the experience of drivers while they use the vehicle. The more time one spends in a vehicle must lead to increase in brand association. Harvard Health Watch recently reported that an average American spends close to 101 minutes each day driving their car. NCHS, National Vital Statistics System, has stated that the average life expectancy in the US...

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Posted by on Oct 3, 2017 in Networks, Semiconductor, Smart Device and Wearables, Smart Devices, Telecom, Wireless |

Vibration Analysis for Predictive Maintenance (PDM)

Vibration Analysis for Predictive Maintenance (PDM)

One of the major challenges while dealing with heavy machineries is to keep them running for as much time as possible or say to reduce the down time to increase productivity. If a machine breaks down during scheduled operating hours, it can bear huge financial losses. But few machines are operated with a goal to let it run for as long as it can. Once it fails or malfunctions, it is repaired/replaced. This is called Corrective Maintenance. But for most machines, operating it till it fails is not an option. To avoid failures, maintenance is scheduled at regular intervals. This is called Preventive Maintenance. It is costly and requires a lot of resources. But with the advent of sensor, IIoT and cloud technologies, now the actual condition of machines can be monitored continuously and maintenances can be done when truly needed. This is called Predictive Maintenance (PdM). It is much more efficient and hence most cost-effective as well. The process by which PdM is done is called Condition Monitoring....

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Posted by on Sep 25, 2017 in Retail |

Artificial Intelligence: The Retail World’s Future

Artificial Intelligence: The Retail World’s Future

With more than 3.8 billion digital users, the retail world is at the cusp of an omnichannel revolution. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been at a prime modernization since the advent of digital and mobile technology. AI has promised to enrich various aspects of our lives through self-driving cars, smart homes, and even medical diagnosis. AI, Big data, Machine Learning, Predictive and Forecasting are helping retailers engage with their customer in innovative ways allowing them to take significant decisions swiftly. Retail is one such segment where AI has found instant acceptance. According to a study, 77% of UK retail directors think that AI, deep learning, and device learning implementations will have a remarkable impact on their businesses with 23% claiming they’re already seeing results. To sustain in the retail world, following are the essentials for each retailer: 1. A.I based recommendation engine: Through Artificial Intelligence, retailers can provide accurate and relevant product recommendations to a customer which sparks a shopper’s interest and brings conversion. Brands possess extensive data on demographical,...

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Posted by on Sep 14, 2017 in Automotive, Wireless |

Opportunities for electric cars and challenges for driverless cars in India

Opportunities for electric cars and challenges for driverless cars in India

With a constant alteration in technology, our needs are varying more and more every day. Gone are the days where we would depend only on public transport for travelling. The current generation entails more of electronic gadgets for a tranquil life. Electric Vehicles are hypothetically substantial sources of new electric loads that a country like India is focusing on in the near future. In fact, just this morning we woke up to the news that the government has amended building bylaws in Karnataka to make it mandatory to have charging points in all high-rise buildings, including malls and apartments India may be slow in embracing electric vehicles, but once it takes off, the adoption will be fast. The nation is estimated to see 30.81 million electric vehicles sales by 2040. That number comes from Amitabh Kant, CEO of NITI Aayog. According to sources, the electric vehicles trend is set to grow in the country and India aims to reach zero emission by 2040. Electric cars will not only modify...

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