Latest Google AI updates just introduced at I/O 2018
Google just held its annual developer show and introduced its AI upgrades to the world. Enhanced Maps app using augmented-reality and computer-vision technology, Gmail powered by machine learning to prompt next words or phrases to type, and a few more improvements that do have much in common with updates presented by Apple and Amazon.
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Who will be the first to adopt AI and robotics in supply chain?
AI and robotics are said to disrupt the supply chain industry and bring about even more automated tasks. Still, the UK and US experts see no danger in the new era of automation. They assert that it will just replace outdated jobs with new ones. So, which countries can become the early-adopters on top of South Korea and Germany?
See the Economist findings here.
Blockchain may help track parts for the aerospace industry
The true potential of blockchain technology goes far beyond cryptocurrency development. As Reuters claims, aerospace suppliers consider applying blockchain to track numerous parts that often slip out of aerospace engineering companies’ control. If done right, it will be beneficial not only in terms of operational costs.
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AI is trained to see in the dark and take brighter RAW shots
An AI-powered program was able to reduce the noise in the photos taken in the dark. The AI algorithm underwent over 5,000 tests before the neural network learned how to separate images into different colors. The outcome – clearer photos with a much more accurate white balance.
Find out how the AI training was performed from this post.
Blockchain asset tracking creates better gaming experience
Why make so much fuss about crypto and blockchain and their huge impact on gaming? These emerging technologies literally open new possibilities for both game creators and gamers. Incorporating them ensures the safety of transactions whenever gamers buy or sell in-game assets, while for game creators – it is a great revenue source.
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Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are widely adopted across outsourcing companies such as Innovecs in the logistics, aviation, retail, many other industries. Multiple market predictions prove it is really so. Thus, the International Data Corporation (IDC) claims that AI global spending will increase to $98 billion by 2023.
As the logistics market accelerates its expansion, warehouses are keeping up with the pace, which is why warehouse efficiency becomes the number one priority. Business Insider has unveiled the Technavio stats forecasting the warehousing and storage market will witness a 6% global increase from 2018 to 2022. 44% of the predicted rise is expected to take place in the APAC region. Here is how Technavio sees the upcoming change.
August 28, 2019 — InnoCamp, an educational development program for IT specialists based on international business practices and powered by Innovecs, congratulates 20 QA students as they graduate from the latest InnoCamp QA Program. Graduates have been awarded a Certificate of Completion of Quality Assurance Manual Training Track.