Accelerating the
Industrial Internet of Things
Case Studies (12)
Koito - Reality AI: Next-generation Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB) smart headlight
Koito - Reality AI: Next-generation Adaptive Driving Beam (ADB) smart headlight
Reality AI
The current versions of Adaptive Driving Beams available in Japan and Europe are using traditional machine vision techniques like template matching. Those machine learning techniques perform very well in constrained environments but are prone to many false positive when used in the dynamic, real world, with a lot more variations in targets and backgrounds.
Smart Surveillance
Smart Surveillance
Aikaan labs
-Managing large scale fleet of remotely located Cameras and IoT Gateways turns out to be operational expensive job.-Upgradation of AI/ML applications running on the Cameras.-Application Orchestration and management becomes challenging for AI and ML applications running across the solution.-Frequent failures require truck rolls.
Artificial Intelligence and the implications on Medical Imaging
Artificial Intelligence and the implications on Medical Imaging
Siemens
There are several factors simultaneously driving integration of AI in radiology. Firstly, in many countries around the world there is a discrepancy between the number of doctors trained in radiology and the rising demand for diagnostic imaging. This leads to greater demands for work efficiency and productivity. For example, the number of radiology specialists (consultant work- force) in England went up 5% between 2012 and 2015, while in the same period the number of CT and MR scans increased by 29 and 26 percentage points respectively. In Scotland, the gap widened even further (The Royal College of Radiologists 2016). Today, the average radiologist is interpreting an image every three to four seconds, eight hours a day (Choi et al. 2016).Secondly, the image resolution of today’s scanners is continuously improving – resulting in an ever greater volume of data. Indeed, the estimated overall medical data volume doubles every three years, making it harder and harder for radiologists to make good use of the available information without extra help from computerized digital processing. It is desirable, both in radiological research and in clinical diagnostics, to be able to quantitatively analyze this largely unexploited wealth of data and, for example, utilize new measurable imaging biomarkers to assess disease progression and prognosis (O’Connor et al. 2017). Experts see considerable future potential in the transformation of radiology from a discipline of qualitative interpretation to one of quantita- tive analysis, which derives clinically relevant information from extensive data sets (“radiomics”). “Images are more than pictures, they are data,” American radiologist Robert Gillies and his colleagues write (Gillies et al. 2016). Of course, this direction for radiology will require powerful, automated procedures, some of which at least will come under the field of artificial intelligence.
See More Results
Vendors (45)
fazeZero -
IOT platform powered by Blockchain and AI
Replicable Technologies -
Community of indsutries professionals, who mamaged to run various AI products for ownership cost reduction.
Reality AI
Reality AI -
An AI Signal Processing Engineer that identifies events, conditions and anomalies in signal and sensor data. Intended for use by R&D departments at companies creating devices and equipment instrumented with sensors, Reality AI Tools generates detection code that can be incorporated into our customer’s products, running either in the cloud, or at the edge on inexpensive, commodity hardware. Works with any type of sensor, alone or in sensor fusion. Best for higher sample-rate applications. Reality AI holds 10 patents and 6 patents-pending, all in the field of machine learning as applied to sensors and signals.
See More Results
Events (18)
AI Expo
AI Expo
Six Degrees Events Ltd
Jun 01, 2017   -   Jun 02, 2017
Estrel Berlin
The AI Conference & Exhibition taking place 1 – 2nd June at Estrel Berlin is a showcase of next generation technologies and strategies from the world of Artificial Intelligence, an opportunity to explore and discover the practical and successful implementation of AI in driving forward your business in 2017 and beyond.Our high level conference will bring together forward thinking brands, market leaders, AI evangelists and hot start-ups to explore and debate the advancements in Artificial Intelligence and the impacts within the Enterprise & Consumer sectors. Topics covered include Business Intelligence, Deep Learning, Machine Learning, AI Algorithms, Data & Analytics, Virtual Assistants & Chatbots as well as case study based presentations proving an insight into the deployment of AI across different verticals.The AI Expo will bring together over 1000 visitors over the two days including IT decision makers, developers & designers, heads of innovation, brand managers, data analysis’s and scientists, start-ups and innovators, tech providers and venture capitalists.The AI Expo will be co-hosted alongside the IoT Tech Expo, the largest global gathering for the Internet of Things sector and Blockchain Expo, both shows attract in excess of 5000 attendees for two days of insightful content covering the whole ecosystem surrounding IoT & Blockchain.
AI Tech World
AI Tech World
Nexus Media Communications
Nov 29, 2017   -   Nov 29, 2017
Olympia Conference Center, London
AI Tech World 2017 is a 1 day conference and exhibition focused on Artificial Intelligence and its impact on enterprise.With 3 in-depth event tracks and over 60 leading speakers, no other European event covers the effect of AI on industry in as much detail.Amid unparalleled networking opportunities, attendees will have access to visionary speakers and case-study led content. Hear from inspirational keynotes and thought-provoking panel discussions from key players redefining the boundaries for technology.
Auto AI USA 2018
Auto AI USA 2018
Tomorrow's Business Company
Mar 12, 2018   -   Mar 13, 2018
Pearl Hotel San Francisco
The Auto.AI is America’s first platform bringing together all stakeholders who play an active role in the deep driving, computer vision, sensor fusion, perception and cognitive vehicles scene. The event provides you with precise insights into new technical innovations and challenges regarding the integration of AI and machine learning based systems into Level 3 and 4 cars.Discover the next era of automated and self-driving cars – now!
See More Results
Organizations (4)
Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)
Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI)
United States | Non-Governmental Organization (NGO)
AAAI aims to increase public understanding of artificial intelligence, improve the teaching and training of AI practitioners, and provide guidance for research planners and funders concerning the importance and potential of current AI developments and future directions.
iHive
United States | Incubator
iHive is a unique, innovative business sahred workspace and incubator program committed to the Internet of Things. iHive delivers business and technical support to early stafe companies providing Internet of Things related products and services.
Microsoft Venture
Microsoft Venture
Venture Capital
The future of computing is being forged today. As a startup, you are using your vision to solve problems at the very edge of what is possible with technology. As the venture capital arm of Microsoft, we want to partner with you to make your vision a reality.
See More Results
Terms (1)
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Artificial Intelligence (AI)
 A technology that gives computers the ability to learn based on data, previous experiences, and their environment in order to make decisions in order maximize results.
Guides (11)
See More Results