What Is Cognitive Computing? | Built In

In 2011, factory floors across the country began welcoming a new employee: a six-foot-tall, 300 pound robot named Baxter equipped with two long, dexterous arms and a pair of expressive digital eyes that followed wherever its arms went. Unlike other industrial robots, Baxter was collaborative, thanks to cognitive computing — an AI approach designed to simulate … Read more

Edge computing: 4 use cases for the industrial sector

Given the relationship between edge computing and IoT, it’s unsurprising that the industrial sector – which spawned its own IoT sub-category, aka Industrial IoT (IIoT) – is ripe with edge computing use cases. The industrial sector – which we’re using here as a broad term for businesses like manufacturing and energy (think heavy machine manufacturing and power plants, … Read more

Quantum Computing Market Size To Hit USD 18.16 Billion at a

New York, US, Sept. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Acording to a comprehensive research report by Market Research Future (MRFR), “Quantum Computing Market: By Application, Vertical, Product Type, and Region- Forecast till 2030”,  the market is anticipated to flourish substantially during the assessment timeframe at a healthy CAGR of approximately 34.3% to attain a valuation … Read more

How cloud computing will serve as the foundation for business innovation

For the last few years, cloud adoption has seen an upward trajectory in the Middle East, with many organisations moving data to the cloud. The region is undergoing an economic transformation, with many nations implementing smart city initiatives and updating their national visions while improving their digital economies. National visions in countries such as UAE, … Read more

Perils and promise of quantum computing are nearing

The stark warning came from one of the tech world’s most prominent CEOs. Sitting before an audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, three years ago, Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai said quantum computing has the power to transform humanity’s understanding of the natural world, enabling scientists to create new drugs and better batteries, … Read more

Top 4 best practices for edge computing

Image: Michael Traitov/Adobe Stock Driven by the significant increase in data transfers, real-time applications and the demand for low-latency, edge computing and the cloud have replaced the traditional computer architecture. The edge concept is simple: To bring data storage and processing centers as close to the user as possible. Microsoft explained that while edge computing … Read more

Multicloud vs Hybrid Cloud: Which One is Right for You?

Image: Blue Planet Studio/Adobe Stock In previous decades, cloud computing and digital data storage have become staples of modern business. Though this technology was often reserved for only the largest organizations, it has now become a widely accessible solution for many companies. Hybrid multicloud platforms can change the ways in which businesses conduct themselves, and … Read more

Getting Started With Kubernetes at the Edge

Gartner estimates that only 10% of data is produced and handled outside of traditional data centers today. Because of the rapid spread of the internet of things (IoT) and increased computing power on embedded devices, this figure is expected to rise to 75% by 2025. McKinsey identifies over 100 possible edge computing use cases with … Read more

Edge Computing Is Road to Happy Customer Experience

As devices create massive volumes of data, edge computing will allow brands to react to customer engagement at lightning speed. A Gartner report estimated that by 2025, 75% of data will be processed at the edge, outside of traditional, centralized data centers and the cloud, resulting in a faster response time and reduced latency.  Edge … Read more

Progress In Quantum Computing

A recent wave of quantum computing investment has given rise to claims of a quantum computing bubble, based on overly optimistic technological claims in a field area that experts say has yet to demonstrate any real utility. But executives on the industry’s front lines say quantum computing is indeed a commercially viable technology, albeit one … Read more