human senses

How ordinary consumers could reliably verify the operation of systems by using human senses

Many new applications aim to make information systems and machines identify their users and take their individual needs and emotions into account. VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd studied how ordinary consumers could reliably verify the operation of systems by using human senses. In the future, machines and AI systems will have a deeper Read more about How ordinary consumers could reliably verify the operation of systems by using human senses[…]

Lenovo helps customers discover how AI enables digital transformation

At Supercomputing 2017 (SC17), Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) Data Center Group announced new initiatives designed to empower customers to embrace Artificial Intelligence (AI) and make it a true reality for their organizations to achieve augmented intelligence capabilities for increased productivity and transformative results. Widely considered a strategic priority, 76 percent of respondents in a recent Read more about Lenovo helps customers discover how AI enables digital transformation[…]

Big data solutions for energy

Specific Challenge: Tomorrow’s energy grids consist of heterogeneous interconnected systems, of an increasing number of small-scale and of dispersed energy generation and consumption devices, generating huge amounts of data. The electricity sector, in particular, needs big data tools and architectures for optimized energy system management under these demanding conditions. Scope: Innovation Actions targeting large-scale pilot test-beds Read more about Big data solutions for energy[…]

TSUBAME3.0 – The next-generation supercomputer set to meet the surge in demand for artificial intelligence applications

With 47.2 petaflops performance at half precision set to meet the surge in demand for artificial intelligence applications. The Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech) Global Scientific Information and Computing Center (GSIC) has started development and construction of TSUBAME3.0 [1]—the next-generation supercomputer that is scheduled to start operating in the summer of 2017. The theoretical Read more about TSUBAME3.0 – The next-generation supercomputer set to meet the surge in demand for artificial intelligence applications[…]