Monthly Archives: October 2016

Artificial Intelligence IP Leadership

Apparently, Fujitsu holds the most Artificial Intelligence patents.  More than IBM has.  Or Microsoft. Per iRunway, the ranking of top holders of AI patents looks like this: Fujitsu is developing key technologies under a comprehensive framework they call Human Centric … Continue reading

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Most Active Investors in AI

Per CB Insights, Intel Capital looks like the leader in the area of corporate AI investments.  Google and CE are next. And this is how these AI investments were distributed:  the focus seems to be on healthcare, advertising, sales & … Continue reading

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Computer Humor

If having a sense of humor is a sign of intelligence, the robot takeover might be closer than we think.  

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Lot of Money for Retail IoT Startups

So far, IoT startups in Retail space managed to attract $900M in investments, which is very impressive. This article discusses the Retail space and the contribution that IoT startups are making to it. And, according to eMarketer’s latest forecast of retail … Continue reading

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The most valuable US startups

This interesting map shows the most funded startup in each state. And this table summarizes all the major US startups with valuation of over a billion dollars.  It is impressive to see how much money they have collected in investments. … Continue reading

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DDoS Attack on the Internet Last Friday

Last Friday, many of us were affected by the distributed denial of service attack that made some parts of the Internet slow or unavailable.  While it isn’t yet certain, some evidence points to the attack being executed with the help … Continue reading

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Hacking a Coffee Machine

Some IoT developers take security seriously, but it is clear a few of the devices and applications on the market today do not go through minimal security analysis before being shoved onto the market.  Watch this short video to see … Continue reading

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