The second Open Call of the DIH-World project, closed on 28 June, with a total of 59 experiment proposals received from 21 countries. It has been a great success and will be a great opportunity for the selected companies.
The IoT Digital Innovation Hub is organizing Community Day: “Cybersecurity in Industry 5.0”, an event that will take place in the framework of the DIH-World project in which it participates.
Business digitalization is what will enable SMEs to be competitive within their market, and to position themselves and evolve. Technologies such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence or Cloud Computing facilitate many operations and allow to optimize resources. The SmartCLIDE project, in which AIR Institue participates.
The Deputy Prime Minister, Nadia Calviño, learns about the Deep Intelligence project during her visit to the AIR Institute and the BISITE Group labs
During the extraordinary visit of Nadia Calviño, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Economic Affairs and Digital Transformation. We took the opportunity to unveil ournmajor projects, among them, Deep Intelligence or DeepInt, a solution based on Machine Learning algorithms, which transforms data into valuable information and helps companies make better decisions.
IoT Digital Innovation Hub is an initiative whose task is to help companies, especially SMEs, become more competitive by using Internet of Things technologies in their business processes. It is a pioneer in the development of projects with the most advanced technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), Artificial Intelligence or Blockchain.
ns and hacking platforms such as HackTheBox. He was Red Teamer for Santander Bank and is currently a backend developer working with Python and PostgreSQL. He participates in C1b3rWall with a lecture on ” Rusty cybersecurity”.
Depression is one of the greatest health problems of our time. A person who is depressed is experiencing a low mood and aversion to activity in which they have no mental strength to do anything and feel that life has no purpose and that their loved ones would be better off without them.
The Sustainable Smart Cities and Territories International Conference (SSCt 2021) took place this week. From Tuesday 27th to Thursday 29th April, we were able to enjoy interesting presentations, workshops and the latest research in the field of smart cities and territories.