6 secteurs bousculés par le machine learning

L’apprentissage automatique (ou machine learning) n’est plus une « technologie d’avenir ». Les entreprises allant du secteur minier à l’industrie manufacturière en passant par la médecine utilisent aujourd’hui l’apprentissage automatique pour mieux répondre aux besoin de leurs clients, doper leur R&D, ou transformer leurs modes opératoires. Voici quelques exemples : Activité minière L’intelligence artificielle (IA) et l’apprentissage […]

Machine learning is being used right now in these industries

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Machine learning no longer is a “future” technology. Organizations in industries from mining to manufacturing to medicine are using machine learning today to better serve customers, fuel research and product breakthroughs, and transform operations. Here are just a few examples: Mining Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are helping mining companies find minerals more efficiently […]

Reinventing life sciences supply chain and manufacturing capacity with digital innovation

by Gireesh Gaonkar As a medicinal product moves from R&D into approval and manufacturing, it must deal with a complex and dispersed distribution network and a global network of manufacturing sites, some of which may be using old, noncomputer numerical control-enabled (non-CNC-enabled) machinery. Advances in technologies and the digital value chain create new pathways for […]

Convergence is central to many 2018 tech trends

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The advantage to being a blogger with a “diverse” background is the ability to be somewhat schizophrenic in one’s writing.  As you may have sensed, my current professional career ranges from healthcare technology, enterprise IT, smart cites, global branding, international media, higher education, cross cultural business, and snowboard instruction. While many “predictions articles” focus on […]

OmniLocation + geomatics = modern-day presence technologies

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With billions of smart phones, and even more IoT devices, blanketing the world and capable of transmitting location and other data, it is possible to track anyone and anything at any time. This puts presence technology – technology that has been around for decades – on steroids and gives companies access to all sorts of […]

Operational efficiency: A must-have for digital retail

Operations is the one part of your business consumers rarely see. That might be changing. In fact, retailers now need an optimized, innovative and lean approach to operations to meet the requirements of today’s customer-facing business. Operational efficiency is your new must-have, and not just for the cost-savings you’ve yearned to achieve in the past. […]

Banking is changing: Winners, losers and the new ecosystem

Now it is happening – banking is changing. Much more interesting than change, per se, is improvement, and improvement is what we will get in banking of the future and the new ecosystem it will yield. I have written three posts about the back-end-tech, front-end-tech and strengths and weaknesses of current actors. Now we come to […]

U.S. to share supply chain threat intel with industry

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In an effort to better manage threats targeting the U.S. telecommunications, energy and financial industries, the U.S. National Counterintelligence and Security Center is about to begin providing classified supply chain threat reports to these critical organizations. Threats to the acquisition supply chain have been discussed for years, and they have their own discipline, known as […]

DIA Meeting Puts Big Data and Analytics High on the Agenda

Big data and analytics, e-health, next generation supply chain. These are some important developments that were high on the agenda at the annual DIA EuroMeeting in April 2016. The meeting dedicated a full track to big data and e-health with seven separate sessions held over 2 days. Each of these attracted huge interest with many […]

How IDMP Can Enhance Supply Chain Oversight and Insight

Over the past couple of years, my colleagues at CSC have discussed the impending Identification of Medicinal Products (IDMP) standards. We know now that IDMP implementation will be iterative and that the transition phase will begin in July 2016 and run until December 2017. By Bill Romano, Solution Specialist, Life Sciences A primary goal of […]