New EU data privacy rules could affect business working with AI
Europe’s data privacy rules could drastically affect businesses working with artificial intelligence. The new European Union’s rules related to General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect in May 2018.
The new rules could pose problems for companies who are working with AI and expanding their operations in Europe. The gathering and use of data is fundamental in training artificial intelligence and using the technology to answer questions.
Thanks to the rise of IoT, companies from sports brands to pharmaceutical corporations are gathering more data than ever. The upcoming regulations crack down on data ‘profiling’, the ability of companies to use automation to determine characteristics of individual users. Continue reading “New EU data privacy rules could affect business working with AI”
Pushing boundaries of software-defined networks toward next generation of 5G. EIT Digital’s director of research, Fabio Pianesi, introduces SoftFIRE, a programme designed to push the boundaries of software-defined networks and network function virtualisation toward the next generation of 5G networks Continue reading “Pushing boundaries of software-defined networks toward next generation of 5G”
Google wants its software to power any electronic device that connects to the Internet, whether or not it has a digital screen. To that end, Google is working on technology that could run on low-powered devices, possibly with as few as 64 or 32 megabytes of random-access memory, according to people who have been briefed about the project. Continue reading “Google Developing ‘Brillo’ Software for Internet of Things”
The Liquid Robotics Open Oceans Partner Program is a global technology program designed to accelerate the creation, integration and deployment of new technologies and applications for unmanned ocean systems. Continue reading “Open Oceans Partner Program started by Liquid Robotics”
Yes, I am not kidding, and you’ll see how it’s done as you follow through the steps in this article. Even non-technical folks can try out. To get a quick understanding of Bluemix, you may refer to my other article ‘Bluemix for Dummies’. The purpose of this article is to create a simple IoT application. Continue reading “Create your first Internet of Things application in under 30 minutes with IBM Bluemix”
British computer chip designer ARM has acquired Offspark, a Dutch company that specialises in security software for the Internet of Things (IoT). The firm, based on the outskirts of The Hague, has deployed PolarSSL technology in a wide range of devices including sensor modules, communication modules and smartphones. Continue reading “ARM aquires Internet of Things security firm Offspark”
It is unlikely to be of much comfort when you’re next in a traffic jam to know there is a plethora of traffic monitoring and management technologies out there trying to detect the build up of traffic and help you on your way. Continue reading “Smart traffic systems help ease congestion”
Six years ago, Swedish programmer Jonas Bonér set about trying to crack some of the most challenging problems in distributed computing. Continue reading “How to keep Internet of Things manageable (VIDEO)”
The tado° products enable households to save significantly on energy costs while also reaching a higher level of comfort. Heating or AC systems with tado° automatically adjust to users’ needs with a geo-aware app for presence detection. Continue reading “Tado, European leader in intelligent climate control tado° raises €10m to fuel global expansion”
D11 is one of the top annual gatherings of tech minds and this year was no different. For the first time ever, D attendees heard the in-depth story on what GE Software will enable. Continue reading “GE CEO Jeff Immelt talks Industrial Internet at All Things D Conference”