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Lights and Shadows of Covid-19 on Digital Transformation – XVI

Supply and delivery chains are possibly some of the most complex and successful achievement of modern society. The computerisation of their management has made possible an unbelievable effectiveness. With quite a bit of simplification (over-simplification possibly) we can recognise these stages: Innovation and streamlining of transportation Creation of warehouses and …

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Moving your fingers in the cyberspace

Sony researchers were due to present a paper at CHI 2020,  scheduled at the end of April in Honolulu, Hawaii, but because of the epidemic the conference was cancelled. Their paper, however, is available. And it is a paper worth reading. The title, “Evaluation of Machine Learning Techniques for hand …

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Is “NowCasting” the Future?

A good side effect of the ongoing epidemic (we’ve got to search also for some upside…) is the concerted efforts of scientists and researchers all around the world. Being quick is important and this is one of the reasons why rather than trying to invent something out of the blue …

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Telemedicine for real

It is probably 40 years that I a hearing about Telemedicine and I have been ’round the world to demonstrate and see telemedicine applications. The pervasiveness of telecommunications infrastructures and the emergence of affordable and portable technology for local sensing and diagnostics coupled with a growing capability of Artificial Intelligence …

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Let’s take a view from high above

Over the last two decades several satellites have been put in orbit to take high resolution images of the Earth. The Worldview-4 satellite orbits some 610 km over our heads (for those that cannot live with approximation it has a perigee of 609.95 km) and detects details with a resolution …

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The many faces of Digital Transformation – Societal Scenarios IV

Artificial narrow intelligence The Digital Transformation is fuelled by digitalisation, i.e. data, and it results in huge data creation and availability. This is the fertile ground for Artificial Intelligence. In turns, artificial intelligence powers industry to leverage from data and monetise the benefit of the digital transformation. Narrow Artificial Intelligence …

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