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Smart Machines Are The Future Of Manufacturing
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) presents integration architecture challenges that once taken on can enable use cases that deliver fast-growing revenue opportunities.
ISA-95 addressed the rise of global production and distributed supply chains yet is still deficient on the issue of data and security, specifically the proliferation of IIoT sensors, which are the real security perimeter of any manufacturing business.
Optimizing Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE), predictive maintenance, and cross-vendor shop floor integration are the most promising applications.
IIoT manufacturing systems are quickly becoming digital manufacturing platforms that integrate ERP, MES, PLM and CRM systems to provide a single unified view of product configurations, which is what Configuration Lifecycle Management providers including Configit do today.

Machine Learning Confronts the Elephant in the Room
The new work accentuates the sophistication of human vision — and the challenge of building systems that mimic it. In the study, the researchers presented a computer vision system with a living room scene. The system processed it well. It correctly identified a chair, a person, books on a shelf. Then the researchers introduced an anomalous object into the scene — an image of an elephant. The elephant’s mere presence caused the system to forget itself: Suddenly it started calling a chair a couch and the elephant a chair, while turning completely blind to other objects it had previously seen.

Making Facial Recognition Smarter With Artificial Intelligence
The global videos surveillance market is expected to post a compound annual growth rate of close to 11% during the period 2018-2022 according to Technavio. The potential benefits of leveraging artificial intelligence (A) in the physical security industry have pros and cons on both sides, but the debate over the ethical ways to leverage AI and surveillance continues as more and more surveillance systems are getting the brains to match what they see.

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