AI has been present for many years in many of our daily activities. Machines are quietly implementing algorithms that secure and facilitate our digital lives. Social media, cars, health services, banking and finance, even city infrastructure – they are all connected by the IoT and their smooth operations rely heavily on AI. But do we really need AI?
In recent years, we have seen continuous growth of the number of devices, modules and sensors in operation around us. All of these elements of the IoT generate unprecedented amounts of data.
Real-time big data processing can, with the application of various types of AI/ML-driven algorithms, be of great help in processes such as anomaly detection, which allows the identification of previously unknown issues that may be responsible for quality problems and security threats. Download our white paper and learn more about AI/ML possibilities in terms of the IoT.