6 Ways to Find Which TV Series to Binge Watch Next 

There is so much content on streaming services, it’s difficult to decide what to watch next. Stop struggling and let these apps recommend your next binge-watch. This isn’t about whether you should choose Netflix or Disney+ or Amazon Prime. No matter which streaming service you use, you are spoilt for …

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AI: How it’s Impacting Surveillance Data Storage

Our thirst for data is great. Our desire to be connected, at all times, means that by 2025 an average connected person will interact with connected devices one interaction every 18 seconds. The stat includes using smart home security, smart TVs and more – nearly 4,800 times a day. That’s …

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8 Data-Driven Tips for Local Search Marketing

Let’s face it. For local businesses, fighting out well-known brands for residency on the first page of Google can be an uphill battle. So what is the most effective tactic to get there without spending an arm and a leg? Local search marketing. If you are diligent and take the …

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How IIoT data can power profitability in lean manufacturing

IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) has ushered in a new era of efficiency and intelligence for the manufacturing industry. Enterprises are now generating an ocean of operational data, which if combined with other data inputs and deployed through new pricing technologies, could multiply the profitability impact of both lean manufacturing …

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5 Ways AI Can Make IoT More Intelligent

Illustration: © IoT For All The ability to connect billions of devices that exchange data without any third-party interaction is what makes the Internet of Things (IoT) one of today’s most intriguing topics. Since the human analysis of such a wide array of data is unpractical, to say the least, …

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DeepMind proposes novel way to train ‘safe’ reinforcement learning AI

Reinforcement learning agents — or AI that’s progressively spurred toward goals via rewards (or punishments) — form the foundation of self-driving cars, dexterous robots, and drug discovery systems. But because they’re predisposed to explore unfamiliar states, they’re susceptible to what’s called the safe exploration problem, wherein they become fixated on …

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