Industrial technology companies are making great progress in the areas of manufacturing, data analytics, and autonomous vehicles.
But there’s one area where they’re still struggling: building devices that can sense, identify, and act on real-time data.
Recode investigates how companies are building these sensors.1.
Intel The chip giant is making some serious strides in artificial intelligence and machine learning, and Intel recently partnered with Carnegie Mellon University on a new AI project.
The Intel Neural Computing Center (NCC) is using a neural network algorithm to create a “cloud” for real-world data.
The cloud is used to store the neural networks’ data, so that it can be retrieved from elsewhere in the world and be used in a variety of applications, including “automated detection of a person’s health,” according to the project’s website.
The system uses “deep learning” algorithms to analyze real-life data, and the system can then “learn” to identify and act upon data.
In a statement to Recode, Intel said that the Neural Computing Lab “has developed a network architecture for deep learning and deep learning networks, which can be used to build AI and machine-learning applications.”
It also said that “the network can detect patterns in the real world, detect threats and detect actions in real time.”
Intel is also developing its own neural network platform called Machine Learning Cloud, which will “provide developers with a comprehensive and powerful platform for AI and AI-related applications.”
Intel’s AI team is also working on a way to connect with “the cloud” to analyze the real-estate data from a cloud-based sensor, called the Data Analysis Cloud, according to Intel.
It’s also working to connect “a data center to the cloud, using deep learning to detect and analyze the data from the cloud.”
The company also said in a statement that “machine learning and neural networks are increasingly used to analyze data from different sources and processes, and for a variety that include real-space location and time data, image and video analytics, social media monitoring, medical diagnosis, and more.”
The neural network is also “currently used in machine learning and other machine learning-based applications to improve predictive models, and to identify patterns in real-pace data,” Intel said.
“We believe that the data analysis cloud will play a significant role in our efforts to extend our capabilities to improve the accuracy and usefulness of our AI products and services.”