The Fourth Industrial Revolution will lay improvements across 3 new sectors: smart communication, data quality, and smart devices.
Amazon has migrated the majority of Alexa to the next generation of its custom silicon chips.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University have created a machine learning model to detect the direction of an incoming voice.
More evidence would suggest that Apple is working on its own search engine to help challenge Google’s dominance.
T-Mobile has launched T-Mobile Ventures, a fund aimed at backing companies “developing transformative 5G products and services for the T-Mobile network.”
Verizon partners with Microsoft to create new ways for enterprises to accelerate the delivery of fast and secure 5G applications to enable state of the art low-latency IoT solutions.
The solution raises up deep AI‑driven insights from their data and then recommends actions for IT organizations to take that help them prevent and fix IT issues at scale.
Microsoft has ended support for Office 2010, as well as Office 2016 for Mac, and is instead pushing users toward Microsoft 365.
Jason Zander of Microsoft Azure, announces new collaborations with the telecommunications industry that will unlock the power of 5G.
Baidu has unveiled Quantum Leaf, a new cloud-based quantum computing platform at its Baidu World 2020 developer conference.