Tag: Automation

Where Eagles Dare

by on August 3, 2018 3:32 pm
Automation is starting to impact more and more fields of expertise were humans were considered to be essential: driving cars, working in a factory, serving food and, lately, the art of killing one another. As the era of mass warfare came to an end, the population of western countries became increasingly unsupportive with the idea… Read more Where Eagles Dare

IoT and the implications of the Second Machine Age

by on August 2, 2018 9:55 pm
The ubiquity of Internet connectivity is inescapable for many people today. Almost everyone has at least a smart phone, loaded with personal information and virtually limitless capability to interact with other devices; families can automate their home environments with climate control systems like Nest, security and safety cameras, smart entertainment systems that learn your watching… Read more IoT and the implications of the Second Machine Age

IoT and Edge Computing Services

by on August 2, 2018 8:33 pm
The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the most hyped topics in today’s technology coverage. But what really is IoT? The term IoT summarizes all connected “entities”. The Internet of Things is made up of the smallest machines up to the largest computers. All of them have in common that they use networking technology… Read more IoT and Edge Computing Services

Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing in Defence Systems

by on August 1, 2018 9:50 am
“An unmanned systems future, really for almost every facet of our life, is inevitable.  It is not going away, so we need to deal with it head-on” says Brigadier General Frank Kelley, and I concur. Kelley, the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy’s unmanned systems put forward his idea that the unmanned drones are on… Read more Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing in Defence Systems

Art vs Automation – the Rolls Royce dilemma

by on July 30, 2018 6:45 am
Art vs Automation – the Rolls Royce dilemma By Victor Moran   At the beginning of the 20th century, the Rolls Royce company was founded by “Henry Royce, a successful engineer and Charles Rolls, owner of one of the UK’s first motor car dealerships” (1). By 1907, the Silver Ghost was declared the best car… Read more Art vs Automation – the Rolls Royce dilemma

Cyber Security

by on July 24, 2018 11:48 am
Cyber threat refers to a person who attempts to gain access into a computer system or information without proper authorisation by the use of a data communication pathway. Cyber threats are no unknown devil in the 21st century, private information being shared and leaked around the world is now normal, armies of countries and companies… Read more Cyber Security

Artificially Intelligent Human Bias

by on July 20, 2018 10:49 am
The assertion made by Craig Martell[1] that Artificial Intelligence is a business model, a buzzword, rather than of substantial content, is not a new one. For him, the truth lies in the collection of data, and in the modeled statistical world. This has been articulated many times by various entities – and this makes sense… Read more Artificially Intelligent Human Bias

Artificial Intelligence (ANI & AGI) and its impact on society

by on July 20, 2018 4:13 am
Recent advancements in AI/ML are mainly due to improvements in processor technologies and cloud data. AI primarily consists of methods that enable computers to mimic human intelligence using logic, if-then rules, decision trees, and machine learning (including deep learning).[1] Deep learning – a subset of machine learning – contains algorithms that permit software to train… Read more Artificial Intelligence (ANI & AGI) and its impact on society

Military Drone latencies

by on July 19, 2018 7:32 pm
The near future in the aviation industry looks to be one hundred percent autonomous. There are already current military systems that are able to control and navigate autonomous systems from nearby bases and unmanned aerial vehicles that possess the power to access remote areas to conduct search operations, deliver potential packages, supply raw materials, scan earth… Read more Military Drone latencies

Who's In Your Cockpit?

by on July 17, 2018 10:49 am
It’s dark, stormy, and windy. You’re in an airliner, coming in to land at San Francisco. As the turbulence bounces the plane around, you hear the intercom click. “Sorry about the turbulence. Not to worry, instead of pilots, your airplane is controlled by a state-of-the-art computer, and has a 99.999% successful landing rate in these… Read more Who's In Your Cockpit?