We want to share a new food for thought. And today it’s a guest post from the content team at websitesthatsell.com.au.
So here’re a little introduction and infographic:
“Whenever we talk about technology we are referring to something that is always in a state of flux and change. Therefore we might have come across technologies only in books and other such imaginary situations. However, the same are no longer imaginary but are slowly becoming real. Today the buzzword in technology is artificial intelligence or AI as many people would like to call it. It is being used selectively in some areas. However, over the years it is quite likely to have much wider acceptance and become important as far as businesses, trade and commerce are concerned. We are sharing some useful information which we are sure will help you to understand AI a bit more.”
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On 10 March there was AI & Big Data Day. It’s one of the biggest innovation technologies event in western Ukraine.
Yaroslav Nedashkovsky on AI & Big Data Day 2018
40 speakers and more than 400 participants: data scientists, data engineers, developers, startup entrepreneurs, investors and stakeholders from Ukraine, Germany, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, the USA, Canada and Eastern Europe.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning facts, views, and opinions
Hi, all! Today we want to discuss one big theme – Artificial Intelligence (AI). So many doubts and disputes around it. To help you understand this issue a little better, we collected different facts, views, and materials in this article. It could help you to make up your own opinion about Artificial Intelligence and answer questions: how dangerous AI can be, how machine learning helped people in AI evolution, etc.
“AI’s a rare case where we need to be proactive in regulation, instead of reactive. Because by the time we are reactive with AI regulation, it’s too late” — Elon Musk
At first, let’s figure out what means Artificial Intelligence.
Inventory Logistic Management Using GPS/Wireless System at APICS Chapter
SoftElegance has submitted the presentation “Inventory Logistic Management Using GPS/Wireless System” at Houston Chapter of Association for Operations Management. The October’s session of APICS started with SoftElegance’s USA presentation.
“Many companies use traditional process to track inventory and provide project status updates. Over the years those traditional methods have proven to be inefficient, costly, and time consuming for yard and shop employees. Without a reliable way to track how many moves are made around the yard in a given day, many organizations lose money because they cannot determinate the optimal number of employees and forklifts required for route optimization”, says official APICS Pressrelease.
IDC Manufacturing Insights supply chain strategies
The IDC Manufacturing Insights Perspective looks at the notion of clock speed in the supply chain, how the accelerating pace of business is causing manufacturers to rethink their approach to the supply chain, and the way that supporting IT capabilities are consumed.
Custom software development for supply chain automation is one of the strongest SoftElegance’s skills. We are always in touch with the latest trends and perspectives in supply chain.
This perspective covers Supply Chain Strategies; it covers regions: North America; covers categories: Manufacturing, Industry Focus.
The .NET Micro Framework is .NET for small and resource constrained devices. It offers a complete and innovative development and execution environment that brings the productivity of modern computing tools to this class of devices.
SoftElegance as a company with specialization in custom software development for industrial automation attended in new releases which should be 4.2. As Colin Miller said on his blogpost “NETMF 4.2 Contributor and a Cool Product” release 4.2 will have new contributor. Today we would like to look deeply to the current state of the NETMF and what we’ll have in the future in .NET Micro Framework
For current .NET developers, this means that they can now create applications that run on a range of devices from targeted devices like remote controls to PCs and Servers and on to the cloud – all with the same programming model and tools.
Apps are springing up for all kinds of automation uses, ranging from remote monitoring to test and measurement. Are iPads and other tablet PCs destined to become part of the automation engineer’s toolbox?
Looks like it’s new growing market for software developers to start developing new products and apps especially designed for tablet PC’s and automation needs. Yes, it’s not new, looking to billions of apps on Apple store or Android Market, but automation engineers definitely waiting for the tablet’s software their needs.
Automation World conducted research earlier this year to find out what its subscribers thought about the application of tablet PCs in industry. The results shed a great deal of light on how fast the tablet PC adoption trend is accelerating.