MACHINE INTELLIGENCE

August 8, 2019, by
Basics of Machine Learning

Most artificial intelligence is powered by machine learning algorithms. So, when people want to know if their artificially intelligent system is working well, they ask testers ‘can you test my AI?’.

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June 27, 2019, by
Can You Trust Machine Learning Decisions?

You need a lot of data when you want to train a machine learning algorithm and since Big Data became a buzz word we have been collecting massive amounts of data that could be used for this purpose. The last couple of years we have been discussing bias in machine learning. We have heard about...

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May 24, 2019, by
Avoiding Complexity and Chaos

Software development (but also the development of Machine Learning and AI) is combat against chaos and complexity. It is bad enough when software becomes chaotic and does unexpected things, but it is even worse, when software becomes too complex to be fixed.

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May 1, 2019, by
Whitepaper: Assessing Vehicle Damage – the ML way

In this research, we propose to replace the traditional methods of vehicle damage inspection (for car insurance) with a Machine Learning based automated solution.

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March 12, 2019, by
Explainable AI – Transforming AI into Competitive Business Differentiator

As AI expands into areas with major impacts on humans, like medical diagnosis, the military, recruitment decisions and policing, it becomes increasingly vital for AI to ‘explain’ why it has reached a particular decision.

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January 16, 2019, by
When AI “goes bad”

The benefits of the wider use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are clear to the businesses that are rushing to make use of it. We see chatbots that are replacing humans in customer service roles, reducing costs of operation for the businesses that employ them. We see personalized selections on social media, entertainment channels, and e-commerce...

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October 26, 2018, by
IoTFriday E39 | To gateway or not to gateway

Today we look at a mothership concept for IoT solutions that is not another gateway concept. Inspired by the book "Wired for War" by P.W. Singer (interesting read on robotics, drones and everything related) the mothership concept challenges our IoT architecture with less gateways.

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September 14, 2018, by
IoTFriday E36 | New tech topics unveiled

After the holiday season it is time for the new season of #IoTFriday. We present our new topics that are looked into and there is invitation for you to visit the IoTFriday Live event on the 21st of september (let us know if you want to be there as well @Eindhoven, The Netherlands). New topics...

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August 24, 2018, by
In Bots we Trust

We know we can’t trust bots. What can we do to trust them? Can other bots help us what that? Continued from Part 2 – How Bots Learn, Unlearn, and Relearn Test Driven Development TDD (Test Driven Development) is a development method that moves the developers focus from the code to the design of the...

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August 3, 2018, by
An Autonomous surveillance system for your need

Can a surveillance system identify and detect suspicious objects, activities or humans automatically and take immediate action on it without any human intervention? For instance, when someone pulls a gun; can machines collaborate and take prompt action to prevent crime? Curious to know how it works? Watch this video to know more about it. In...

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July 6, 2018, by
IoTFriday E35 | High Tech Innovation Lab

Talking on a wide variety of IoT solutions and strategies, makes you forget on the stuff we do ourselves. Today we take a look in the Sogeti High Tech Innovation Lab in Vianen, The Netherlands. Ranging from 3D printed robot, printers, scanners, in-house electronics IoT design testing IoT and connected bridges, a wide variety IoT...

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June 29, 2018, by
IoTFriday E34 | RPA and IoT

Great to see questions coming in. Today on #IoTFriday we take on a topic handed to us on RPA and IoT. Robotic Proces Automation and how it will work/help/benefit/improve (take your pick) #IoT. RPA can be put to very good use as the transition from “analogue” world processes to full blown “digital” world IoT solutions....

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June 1, 2018, by
#IoTFriday E32 | Booklaunch Testing in the digital age

Today we are at the booklaunch of “Testing in the digital age; AI makes the difference”. Tom is the author of this book and we meetup with another author Rik Marselis. At the end of todays #IoTFriday we wrap up with a animation that summarizes everything for you. The book is now available to order...

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April 13, 2018, by
#IoTFriday E27 | Testing in the Digital Age

The digital age brings more than only paper to mobile conversion. Processes are improved by digital, collecting data, using models and being predictive. Testing is a reactive activity. To become predictive we need 5 steps to create roadmap. A new book is released on the 1st of June 2018 in Utrecht, The Netherlands: “Testing in...

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March 30, 2018, by
#IoTFriday E25 | System Failure Chaos, AI Told You So!

Systems fail, they cascade onto the next and a next. Chaos! The sheer magnitude of combinations that could go wrong and impact each other screams for the use of AI in predicting failure. Chaos prevented. Teaching an AI system to recognise faults no easy task. Domain experts are needed to show what is right and...

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February 27, 2018, by
Presentation Joe Gladstone – How Money Can Buy You Happiness?

Our current research topic is called “Digital Happiness” and we’re exploring new ideas about how companies should interact with their clients and employees. This time we want to share the idea and vision from Joe Gladstone: ‘How Money Can Buy You Happiness’. Gladstone presented his vision to us and our clients during our event In Pursuit of Digital Happiness in...

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February 13, 2018, by
Presentation Claudia Senik – The Economics of Happiness

Our current research topic is called “Digital Happiness” and we’re exploring new ideas about how companies should interact with their clients and employees. This time we want to share the idea and vision from professor Claudia Senik: ‘The Economics of Happiness’. Senik presented her vision to us and our clients during our event In Pursuit of Digital Happiness in...

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February 9, 2018, by
#IoTFriday E20 | Biomimicry

Add more biology to IoT. Looking at nature brings great solutions to the table. Nature had billions of years to do R&D. Every single problem has been evolved into great solutions. The variety nature gives us is too valuable to ignore and with biomimicry we can do just that. By looking at nature’s solutions and imitating...

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January 29, 2018, by
Presentation Menno van Doorn – The Digital Happiness Advantage

Our current research topic is called “Digital Happiness” and we’re exploring new ideas about how companies should interact with their clients and employees. This time we want to share the idea and vision from Menno van Doorn: ‘The Digital Happiness Advantage’. Van Doorn is the director of SogetiLabs’ research institute and leads the research on Digital Happiness....

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January 19, 2018, by
#IoTFriday E17 | CES 2018 Overview

CES just finished, and we are enthusiastic about everything that was revealed. Last week we did the first round of CES 2018 announcements and today we talk about our favorites: – ozobot.com – Toyota e-pallet CES 2018 shows us the trend towards autonomous IoT solutions. Steering away from single function solutions, the change is made...

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January 18, 2018, by
Presentation Andrew Keen – How to Fix the Future

Our current research topic is called “Digital Happiness” and we’re exploring new ideas about how companies should interact with their clients and employees. This time we want to share the idea and vision from Andrew Keen: ‘How to Fix the Future’. Keen’s book ‘How to Fix the Future’ will be launched on the 6th of February...

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January 12, 2018, by
#IOTFRIDAY E16 | Discussing CES 2018

The year 2018 starts with the big Consumer electronics show in Las Vegas: CES 2018. #IoTFriday takes a look on what trends can be discovered. We group the new introductions on CES2018 by technology. When there is no black out we read all the news and the first #IoTFriday of 2018 is reserved for a...

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January 9, 2018, by
Quantifying (Digital) Happiness

We live in a world where people are obsessed with their own happiness. A natural consequence of this is that happiness is increasingly being expressed through social media, like Instagram and Facebook, and specific review sites, such as booking.com. Savvy job seekers rely on Glassdoor, and B2B marketers and customers go to B2B review platforms...

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