How To Prepare Your Company For The Internet Of Things
Knowing your data lake's capabilities and how to effectively use the data your devices are bringing in are two important first steps.
Kaspersky releases secure IoT operating system for developers
The lack of security in the number of Internet of Things (IoT) devices is increasingly worrying to CISOs trying to protect corporate
What’s Stopping Education IoT? - eCampus News
College and University campuses could greatly benefit from the Internet of Things, so why is adoption in higher ed lagging?
OracleVoice: GE Digital: Beyond A 'Cartoonish Version' Of The Internet Of Things
GE's embrace of the Internet of Things allows the company and its customers to analyze data to improve system uptime, cut costs, and deliver other business outcomes.
Qualcomm steps up its IoT game with processors designed to ease standard fragmentation | ZDNet
Qualcomm's latest efforts highlight how the company is supporting multiple clouds, development platforms, and standards. The goal: Be a Swiss Army chip for Internet of Things deployments.
Intel takes on IoT complexity with carrier-approved boards | PCWorld
Intel is launching a program to provide IoT device boards that have been pre-certified by mobile operators.
Does IoT Need Service Providers?
Innovation Maciej Kranz - February 14, 2017 - 0 Comments As part of my current series introducing concepts from my book, Building the Internet of Things here is a short excerpt from the book: I remember a few years ago when we at Cisco decided to embrace and drive this new phenomenon of everything being connected, we had a fierce debate whether to call this trend Internet of Things (IoT) or Machine to Machine (M2M).
MIT Researchers Made a “GPS for Social Interaction”
Researchers from MIT CSAIL are using artificial intelligence to translate how people feel when they talk.
Deloitte: These Emerging Technologies Will Play Critical Roles
Deloitte Consulting cites seven emerging technologies as critical to the future of IT.
Deloitte blockchain assessment project explores protocols for providing assurance on blockchain transaction data and infrastructure
TORONTO and NEW YORK, Feb.13, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Deloitte blockchain assessment project explores protocols for providing assurance on blockchain...
Robot Cars Can Teach Themselves How to Drive in Virtual Worlds
Over the holidays, I went for a drive with a Tesla. With, not in, because the car was doing the driving. Hearing about autonomous vehicles is one thing; experiencing it was something entirely different. When the parked Model S calmly drove itself out of the garage, I stood gaping in awe, completely mind-blown. If this …
Corporate boards are on board with blockchain
AI, Deep Learning, and Machine Learning: A Primer
"One person, in a literal garage, building a self-driving car." That happened in 2015. Now to put that fact in context, compare this to 2004, when DARPA sponsored the very first driverless car Grand Challenge. Of the 20 entries they received then, the winning entry went 7.2 miles; in 2007, in the Urban Challenge, the winning entries went 60 miles under city-like constraints. Things are clearly progressing rapidly when it comes to machine intelligence. But how did we get here, after not one but multiple "A.I. winters"? What's the breakthrough? And why is Silicon Valley buzzing about artificial intelligence again? From types of machine intelligence to a tour of algorithms, a16z Deal and Research team head Frank Chen walks us through the basics (and beyond) of AI and deep learning in this slide presentation.
Irish Funds, Deloitte partner to build blockchain PoC for regulatory reporting - EconoTimes
EconoTimes is a fast growing non-partisan source of news and intelligence on global economy and financial markets, providing timely, relevant, and critical insights for market professionals and those who want to make informed investment decisions.
Irish Funds Industry Association Tests a Regulatory Reporting Blockchain
The project includes Northern Trust, State Street and Metzler and is being developed at Deloitte’s Blockchain Lab in Dublin.
The latest Boston Dynamics robot will roll its way into your nightmares
Remember the movie Xanadu about a Greek muse that comes to earth and rollerskates into everyone's heart? The leaked footage of Boston Dynamics' two-wheeled robo...
Developer combines HoloLens and Vive for 'shared reality'
As fun and immersive as virtual reality is, watching your friend play around in a completely computer-generated environment doesn't have quite the same impact w...
By 2030, this is what computers will be able to do
Medical nanobots, autonomous vehicles and other incredible breakthroughs. But will they bring people together?
A Look at Blockchain Applications within Healthcare
With over a billion dollars in venture capital funding, blockchain technology has been regarded as the most disruptive technology since the Internet, as it has the potential to impact any industry that relies on trusted intermediaries. This includes the healthcare industry, and although the application of blockchain within healthcare has generated a huge amount of interest, there are many obstacles to success.
Cisco, Bosch, and Foxconn are Building Blockchain for the Internet of Things
Deutsche Börse Unveils Bank Transfer Blockchain Project
Deutsche Börse has unveiled a new blockchain proof-of-concept focused on commercial bank money transfers.
European Parliament raises ethical questions on robots and artificial intelligence
Can a robot be held responsible for its actions? Concerned by liability risks and security issues, European legislators say it's time to take a closer look a...
Google opens Tango augmented reality platform to museums, starting with Detroit Institute of Arts
Google has announced that it's opening up its Tango augmented reality (AR) platform to museums today, kicking off with the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA).Google’s Tango platform uses computer v
The Everything Chip: Qualcomm's Plan To Power Drones, VR, Cars, PCs, And More
The mobile giant aims to get its smartphone chipsas well as new technologiesinside an array of emerging devices. It won't be easy.
U.S. to mandate tech that allows cars to talk to each other
Vehicle-to-vehicle communication will make it possible for cars to automatically avoid crashes.
TMT Predictions 2017: Overview | Technology, Media, and Telecommunications
View all of Deloitte Global's Technology, Media & Telecommunications predictions for 2017.
Deloitte opens Americas blockchain lab in New York
The new lab in the Wall Street district will be staffed by more than 20 developers and designers.
Johns Hopkins Medicine and Under Armour Collaborate, Bringing Science to Connected Fitness
Johns Hopkins Medicine today announced a collaborative agreement with Under Armour Inc. that introduces evidence-based science along with expert insights to the Under Armour Connected Fitness™ platform, which includes a suite of health and fitness applications: UA Record™, MapMyFitness®, MyFitnessPal® and Endomondo™.
Why 2017 is Blockchain's Make or Break Year
Deloitte's Eric Piscini argues blockchain needs to prove its worth in the boardroom this year – or else risk 'enterprise fatigue'.