In the February issue of the Global Corporate Venturing CVG magazine, I had the opportunity to share my opinion on the uses and benefits of artificial intelligence, machine learning and the internet of things.
As we know, there are already many cutting-edge computer platforms developed by large companies, which integrate gateways with intelligent links and apply AI to complex problems without the need for a great deal of knowledge.
With tools such as Deepint.net the use of AI technology is expanding rapidly; interest in new technologies became apparent when in January, Apple invested just over $200 million in the acquisition and purchase of the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence, founding Xnor.ai, a company dedicated to developing low-power devices that integrate machine learning and image recognition technology.
Other success stories include the deployment of AI microchips in proprietary AlStorm sensors, TowerJazz’s image sensor manufacturing, and the collaboration between Meyer, a cookware distributor and Linear Dimension, a semiconductor manufacturer.
We expect to work on the integration of AI technology in sensors in about 50% of the Internet of Things projects promoted by the BISITE Research Group and the AIR Institute.
This is just a short summary of the publication; I hope you can read the full article.