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The Next Phase of Machine Learning: MLaaS

Machine learning has successfully made its way into various industries. MLaaS is a path-breaking offering for businesses interested in using machine learning but lack the technical know-how or the the infrastructural support.

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The Collective Power of Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in Banking

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) will shape the future of banking by improving customer banking experience, training bank staff, and offering data visualization.

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Changing the Face of the Logistics Industry with Augmented Reality

The implementation of augmented reality (AR) in logistics can help people working in the logistics industry to be more productive, complementing the increasing performance of the machines involved.

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How Augmented Reality Will Change Digital Marketing

Although eclipsed by virtual reality (VR) among the mainstream audience, the value of augmented reality (AR) in marketing is undeniably significant. Leading businesses are already incorporating AR as part of their digital strategy to attract customers and provide them with positive experiences.

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Revamping the Entertainment Industry with the Internet of Things

From tracking trends in customer preferences to providing players with highly immersive gaming experiences, the internet of things (IoT) is set to take over the entertainment industry.

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Revamping the Legal Industry with Technology

Modern technological applications like the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and cloud computing are transforming the legal industry by eliminating the need for unnecessary trials, helping to make crucial decisions more straightforward to settle.

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IoT, AI and Blockchain: Catalysts for Digital Transformation

The digital revolution has brought with it a new way of thinking about manufacturing and operations. Emerging challenges associated with logistics and energy costs are influencing global production and associated distribution decisions. Significant advances in technology, including big data and analytics, AI, Internet of Things, robotics and additive manufacturing, are shifting the capabilities and value proposition of global manufacturing. In response, manufacturing and operations require a digital renovation: the value chain must be redesigned and retooled and the workforce retrained. Total delivered cost must be analyzed to determine the best places to locate sources of supply, manufacturing and assembly operations around the world. In other words we need a digital transformation.