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How IIoT is revolutionizing utilities

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is creating huge opportunities in the water and wastewater industries, adding value to both the utility and the consumer. Connected machines are reshaping the way these utilities operate,...

Technology Trends That Will Shape 2017 and Boost Your Company’s UX

In its State of UX in 2017 report, the uxdesign.cc team commented that phrases like "intuitive" and "human-centered" are disappearing from developers' and designers' vocabularies. But I would argue that those UX (user experience) traits aren't...

AI-based typing biometrics might be authentication’s next big thing

Identifying or authenticating people based on how they type is not a new idea, but thanks to advances in artificial intelligence it can now be done with a very high level of accuracy, making...

Analytics seen driving customer satisfaction in 2017

Remember when data was the end-all, be-all for businesses? Companies clamored for data about their customers, until they realized that data alone doesn’t benefit business or customers if it’s not acted upon. Business leaders...

Security scientists can learn from data scientists to improve cybersecurity

Security remains one of the top unresolved challenges for businesses. Billions of dollars have been spent on security technology over the last 30 years, yet hackers seem to be more successful than ever. Every...

Role of Big Data being felt more in finance and trading

Big data has its fingerprints on everything these days. It doesn’t matter what industry or business you’re looking at, it’s hard to separate major business decisions from big data. This is certainly true when...

What trends can big data reveal by analyzing 150 years of news?

There are patterns in the news that go deeper than the punditry we get from today’s 24-hour cycles. Some of it is so subtle, in fact, it takes a big data analysis to identify. A...

Healthcare is behind the data curve, but working to build data-driven culture

Nearly every industry is searching for ways to create value from rapidly expanding amounts of data, but few sit on as much untapped opportunity as today’s healthcare providers. Electronic health records and connected medical...

Here’s what each state Googled more than any other in 2016

The United States did a lot of Googling this year. Across the nation, people researched historical events, political developments, celebrity deaths, and a few pop culture moments, but in California, one of our most popular...

How retailers are using AI to offer personalized shopping this Christmas

By Rikke Duus , UCL and Mike Cooray , Hult International Business School British consumers are expected to spend £280 ($479) each on gifts over the weeks leading up to Christmas. More than half of...

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