Tag Archives: artificial intelligence

Construction begins on world-leading, multi million-pound centre for robotics research

Construction has started on a world-leading research facility for robotics and artificial intelligence, which will be the largest and most advanced of its type in the UK. Based at Heriot-Watt University’s Edinburgh campus, the National Robotarium is supported by £21 million from the UK Government, and £1.4 million from the …

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Teledyne e2v and Yumain announce collaboration to create AI-based imaging solutions for machine vision

Teledyne e2v has announced a new technology and industrial collaboration with Yumain, a leading AI vision solution provider serving a broad range of industrial applications. Together, the companies will develop cutting-edge bio-inspired vision solutions that can enable innovation in industrial applications. The recent emergence of AI for industry has rapidly …

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Rapid deployment of vision-enabled Edge AI applications now a reality with new FRAMOS and Connect Tech partnership

FRAMOS and Connect Tech have announced their inaugural product resulting from their partnership, the Connect Tech Boson for FRAMOS carrier board. Designed specifically for NVIDIA Jetson Nano and Jetson Xavier NX edge AI applications, Boson for FRAMOS is an all-in-one board-level solution that integrates the FRAMOS Sensor Module Ecosystem directly …

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Mouser offers latest products and resources for developing AI and machine learning applications for IoT

Mouser Electronics is expanding its comprehensive range of products and resources aimed at developers of AI and IoT solutions. These include a machine vision development kit from ADLINK suitable for industrial applications, a low-power dual-core processor with neural network accelerator from Maxim Integrated for use in battery-powered IoT devices, and a …

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No room for government complacency on artificial intelligence, says new Lords report

The Government needs to better coordinate its artificial intelligence (AI) policy and the use of data and technology by national and local government. There is also now a clear consensus that ethical AI is the only sustainable way forward. The time has come for the Government to move from deciding …

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New feature-rich micro:bit now shipping from Farnell

Farnell is now shipping a new BBC micro:bit, designed to open up a new world of opportunities for the next generation of students. Extended capabilities include greater memory capacity, a faster processor and, for the first time, “out of the box” sound and touch capabilities. The updated pocket-sized computer also provides …

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Responding to the market need for quality

The current situation means that manufacturers in all industry sectors are modifying their manufacturing processes. Here Yonatan Hyatt, CTO and co-founder of Inspekto, the company that developed Autonomous Machine Vision (AMV), explains how this technology is pushing the boundaries of artificial intelligence (AI) to respond to market needs. The success …

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BMW chooses Inspekto to bring AI to the factory floor

The BMW plant in Steyr, Austria, is the BMW Group’s largest engine plant worldwide. At the facility, the top priorities are quality, efficiency and the transformation to Industry 4.0 through the implementation of digital technologies at shop floor level. To improve all three, plant managers embraced Autonomous Machine Vision, a …

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Who will you be recruiting for?

Despite the financial instability that characterised the first half of 2020, the demand for professionals in the field of data management and artificial intelligence (AI) is steadily on the rise. This is what emerges from LinkedIn’s 2020 UK Emerging Jobs Report, which revealed that companies are on the lookout for …

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Senseye secures investment from two giants of Japanese industry

Senseye, an industrial Asset Performance Management company, has secured new investment from NTT DOCOMO Ventures and Sony Innovation Fund. The investment, also supported by existing investors, will drive Senseye’s expansion into the Japanese market and expand its research activities for its proprietary Artificial Intelligence solutions. Simon Kampa, CEO of Senseye, comments: “We …

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