For mission critical applications, AIoT will be able to provide predictive maintenance and quality assurance on say whether or not a airplane engine or car engine is adhering to high quality conditions and needs a maintenance service. An AIoT system would be able to tell the state of the engine and whether something needs to be replaced instead of just simply replacing it every couple of miles.The idea of artificial intelligence has been around for decades, but recently it has become more democratized on platforms allowing organizations to make a leap from old architectures to a new architecture that provides much less risk, Monte Zweben, CEO of Splice Machine, an open-source RDBMS database, explained.“Previously it was quite scientific to train a model on lots of data and have algorithms in place. I am seeing the first kind of development toolkits where it is actually made easier with more of a business approach to it,” Schouw said.Today, artificial intelligence allows developers to build behaviors in rules in order to handle computationally intensive tasks rather than providing the traditional rule-based system, according to Zweben. “AI is going to be the enabler of the Internet of Things because you can’t leverage the Internet of Things without true AI. With all of that data coming in, you have to be able to learn from that data, you have to be able to monitor that data, and you have to be able to trigger behavior based on that data. AI techniques are going to be required in order to build scalable applications,” he said.There are many techniques developers can use to build an AIoT device such as machine learning, neural networks, natural language processing, and planning for example. “AIoT will help developers to stream the data from the sensors, store that in their historical data, and together with operational kinds of engineers and data scientists come up with models that can predict that behavior and have a certain kind of reliability. Once you have found that model you try then to operationalize this into production,” Schouw said.But Zweben believes there are five key attributes that modern AI systems should encompass. The five attributes are: the ability to ingest data; adapt; react; and be forward-looking and concurrent.Zweben explains that IoT is instrumenting large-scale distributed systems that are providing data in real time. That real-time data is incredibly valuable in powering a number of different types of AI applications. The systems need to be able to constantly monitor their surroundings in order to learn about the data and adapt their behavior so they can get better and better, he explained.“An AI application needs to be able to look through the rearview mirror and the windshield at the same time. What I mean by that metaphor is that an AI application needs to know exactly what is going on right at the moment so it can classify the behavior that is important to the application to trigger the right behavior for the moment right in the moment and that is looking through the windshield, looking at exactly what is going on right now,” Zweben said. The Internet of Things (IoT) is already in the works with smartcars, smart thermostats and smart refrigerators already in consumers’ homes. However, experts say this is only the first wave of the Internet of Things, and a new generation of intelligent devices is still to come.In October, Gartner released its Top 10 strategic technology trends for 2017. Among them were artificial intelligence and machine learning, intelligent apps, and intelligent things. According to the organization, in order for intelligent apps and intelligent things to become a reality, they need to have some underlying artificial intelligence technology. Artificial intelligence is already changing the way businesses interact with data, learn from data and analyze data, and it will change the way businesses and consumers interact with devices.Bart Schouw, global director for IoT at Software AG, a digital business platform provider, calls the next generation of the Internet of Things the Artificial Intelligence of Things. AIoT will use algorithms and statistical models to learn from feedback. “The Internet of Things is really about sensing data on a device and making it smart, but what we are trying to reach with Artificial Intelligence of Things is actually the human to machine interface,” he said.(Related: Microsoft and OpenAI team up on artificial intelligence)For example, if you purchase a smart lock for your door, how are you going to operate that smart lock?” Schouw asked. “Will it be through an application? What if you have locks from multiple vendors? Will you need multiple apps to operate those locks? Going further, if you do have all the same locks from the same vendor, will you have a rule for locking the door when you leave? A rule for opening the door? A rule for locking all doors? A rule for when you are in the house, but going to sleep? Or a rule for when you aren’t home, but other people are still in the house?“The universal remote is another good example. People see it as a replacement for all the different remotes they have at home. But many people buy a universal remote and put it in a drawer because it is too complex to operate and bring all those rules together,” said Schouw. “AI could bridge the gap and understand semantics that could create a conversation with you.”Just as mobile has changed the way we work and interact with our devices, Schouw believes AIoT will do the same. “It will be huge. It will be changing. It will be radical, and it will go faster than we expected,” he said. The idea is that AIoT is going to make life better and healthier.Schouw explains that connecting sensors and gaining visibility from those sensors is not enough. Data is so massive and response time is critical that there needs to be a form of advanced analytics to make decisions for you as well as understand the data and those decisions. Thermostats can be made even smarter by being able to detect a user’s geoposition and start warming up the house or cooling it down based on if they are going to be home soon, and as a result it reduces energy consumption. For medical healthcare, it can provide a Bluetooth connected toothbrush that can show parents whether or not their kids are brushing properly, according to Schouw.
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followed continued outcry over President Trump’s immigration restrictions on citizens of seven predominantly Muslim countries Read the excerpt of Bush’s speech that his daughter posted below: The face of terror is not the true faith of Islam That’s not what Islam is all about Islam is peace These terrorists don’t represent peace They represent evil and war When we think of Islam we think of a faith that brings comfort to a billion people around the world Billions of people find comfort and solace and peace And that’s made brothers and sisters out of every race — out of every race America counts millions of Muslims amongst our citizens and Muslims make an incredibly valuable contribution to our country Muslims are doctors lawyers law professors members of the military entrepreneurs shopkeepers moms and dads And they need to be treated with respect In our anger and emotion our fellow Americans must treat each other with respect Women who cover their heads in this country must feel comfortable going outside their own homes Moms who wear cover must not be intimidated in America That’s not the America I know That’s not the America I value I’ve been told that some fear to leave; some don’t want to go shopping for their families; some don’t want to go about their ordinary daily routines because by wearing cover they’re afraid they’ll be intimidated That should not and that will not stand in America Those who feel like they can intimidate our fellow citizens to take out their anger don’t represent the best of America they represent the worst of humankind and they should be ashamed of that kind of behavior Correction: The original version of this story incorrectly described Jenna Bush Hagers Twitter post The words were from a speech her father former President George W Bush gave shortly after 9/11 not from Jenna Bush Hager herself Write to Zamira Rahim at zamirarahim@timecomIDEAS Elizabeth Gaynes is the President and CEO of the Osborne Association We need to stop talking about mass incarceration Every speech every op-ed every white paper about criminal justice starts with the same data points: The US has 5% of the worlds population and 25% of the world prisoners more prisoners than soldiers more correction officers than marines more prisons than Walmarts Yes the numbers justify calling it "mass" But that label makes it hard to see the individuals People experience imprisonment as something quite personal Its your father wearing greens Your sister is "upstate" Your husbands time in Rikers your Mommy cuffed and driving away in the back of a patrol car When you walk into that visiting room to see your son you see your son incarcerated and other parents visiting their sons not "masses" We can only see people as the worst thing they have ever done if we dont actually see them Plus its not only incarceration thats mass Over time the exo-structure that has developed as part of the prison surge has metastasized into a surveillance state that features excessive policing and millions of people under some form of state control fines cash bail electronic bracelets and an endless stream of efforts to privatize and monetize it And now many politicians want us to use big data: "scientific risk assessments" created by a for-profit company based on proprietary algorithms that we cant see but behind which are humans with the same biases as the rest of us to predict which of us is dangerous We talk about mass incarceration but we still view crime as only an individual level phenomenon blaming it on poor decision-making bad parenting and disrespect for law and order Somehow we ignore the mass community-wide pressures: institutionalized racial privilege and disadvantage labor market failures and poverty We talk about mass incarceration while only proposing individual level solutionsusually punishment and offer little to promote healing for harm or treatment for mental illness for individuals or for communities Or course were all responsible for the choices we make regardless of circumstances But if we are being responsible we have to understand how trauma affects our choices how the single greatest risk factor for committing a violent crime is having been a victim of violence and how even when a person massively transforms his or her life it doesnt seem to matter in our punishment paradigm Nowhere is this clearer than in seeing that the fastest growing group of people in our prisons: older adults Our elders are noteworthy in part because the cost of their incarceration especially their medical care is two or three times the average; and because the rate at which they return to prison when they are released is approximately zero By 2030 older adults will account for one third of all incarcerated people in the US They are already 20% of New Yorks prison population More than 1500 individuals over 60 will return to New York City this year and many will be among the thousands of returning citizens living in its homeless shelters an especially dangerous outcome for older adults and an especially likely outcome for people whose long sentences have disconnected them from a welcoming home Perhaps worse is that there are thousands who are not returning because although they have served decades for violent crimes they are still considered as dangerous as when they went in Thomas Mott Osborne a former warden at Sing Sing who founded the prison reform nonprofit The Osborne Association (which I now lead) wrote that "when hanging was replaced with imprisonment it was more than mere replacing of one form of punishment by another; it brought about the necessity of an absolutely new point of view The whole question shifted from how to keep men in prison to the question of how to send them out" That was 100 years ago now the whole question shifts again: not only how to send them out but why to send them in and why to keep them so long The reason we are told is that this is what victims want If thats true its probably because its all we offered them Victims want safety accountability and support for a healing process And they should get it But prison isnt holding anyone accountable people cant work to pay restitution or support their families or heal from the harm they experienced as children or make amends for the harm they caused as adults Instead of taking about mass incarceration we need to talk about the individuals families and communities that are being destroyed by our current prison system both those who are incarcerated and those who are not Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors and it would make it harder to know who was entering the country and perform contact tracing if travelers later showed symptoms of the virus.
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