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Let’s Chat About Conversational Commerce

It’s tomorrow in retail-land. Want a product? A service? Say so to a listening device that understands your every word to over ninety percent accuracy, then translates your spoken word to an order, to a shipment, then to automatic billing, and finally to an established financial account. Most of us know this from Amazon’s brilliant …continue reading Let’s Chat About Conversational Commerce

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Realistic 3D Avatars Get Personal

Body Labs blends 3D camera and sensor technologies with artificial intelligence to scan people so their digital avatars can interact with places, products and each other. When soap manufacturer Cleo McVicker first developed Play-Doh as wallpaper cleaner, he had no idea he’d invented a product that would become a cornerstone of childhood play. McVicker isn’t … Continued

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Bringing the Future to Life in the Brooklyn Navy Yard

We know the future because we’re building it. That’s the theme for Intel’s latest global B2B marketing campaign.  It encapsulates our focus on fueling the work of amazing innovators who are driving advancements in technology that will change the world for the better. Today, this future-forward focus — which is much broader than the leading-edge …continue reading Bringing the Future to Life in the Brooklyn Navy Yard

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NASDAQ: Overcoming Big Data Challenges with BlueData

Nasdaq deals with millions of transactions every second. Data is fundamental to their business. However, Nasdaq found that the infrastructure required for Apache Hadoop* and big data analytics can be difficult to manage and scale. Big Data as a Service Intel has an ongoing relationship with Nasdaq and a business collaboration agreement with BlueData, a …continue reading NASDAQ: Overcoming Big Data Challenges with BlueData

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Is Artificial Intelligence Prejudiced?

If information being fed to a computer is biased, experts say artificial intelligence will be biased too. Artificial intelligence (AI) may be quicker and more capable than humans, but the one thing it hasn’t yet overcome is bias. It’s true — computers can be as prejudiced as humans. Biased code can produce unintended consequences, including incorrectly … Continued

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Commercial Fleet Vehicle Management System Drives Efficiency, CO2 Reductions

This is the first in a two-part blog series on trends in next-generation digital efficiency. To learn more, check out the eBook we created in partnership with GE Ecomagination titled, “Digital Efficiency: Driving Decarbonization and Unlocking Business Value Across Industries.” … Read more >

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Digital Poets: Can Social Media Save Poetry?

Savvy social media stars use Instagram, Tumblr and other platforms to resurrect poetry and create a new genre of digital literature. In early summer, model Karlie Kloss published an Instagram post with a birthday tribute to her boyfriend of five years — Thrive Capital founder and Oscar Health cofounder Joshua Kushner. “My atoms love your … Continued

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Experts Explore How 5G Could Connect the Unconnected

Experts study socioeconomics and low-cost technologies to bring connectivity to rural towns and villages that currently lack internet access. With so many smartphones around, it’s hard to believe that more than half the world’s population still has no broadband connection. As 5G, the next generation wireless network, becomes available in 2020, some experts are exploring … Continued

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Dumpster Diving Robots: Using AI for Smart Recycling

Recycling facilities use robotic sorting stations and object-recognition technology to identify and put garbage in its proper place. Filled with intricate mazes of high-speed conveyor belts carrying yesterday’s garbage, high-tech recycling centers use sophisticated sensors to sort plastic from paper from aluminum. While this technology may streamline sorting, it’s not smart or nimble enough to … Continued

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Metro Makes Music from Sounds of Tennis Star Serena Williams

Digital mix master and music producer Metro Boomin takes original sounds of Serena Williams’ smashing forehand to create “Champion Sound.” After receiving his first laptop at age 13, Metro Boomin quickly became a prolific music producer. But little did he know a decade later he’d craft an anthem for the world’s top tennis women’s champion, … Continued

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3 Ways to Remove Information Highway Roadblocks with 5G Standards-Based Technologies

There’s no doubt about it. The information ‘superhighway’ is becoming increasingly congested and data capacity is a global challenge. World wide mobile data traffic grew 63 percent in 2016, reaching 7.2 exabytes per month. To put that in context, that … Read more >

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