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New IBM Watson’s cognitive capabilities to provide a deeper analysis of video and extract metadata

At the core of stakes, we have media and entertainment companies, Artificial Intelligence capabilities, Watson’s cognitive capabilities and Cloud capabilities. I can observe that, this content enrichment service, expected to be available later this year, will use Watson’s cognitive capabilities to provide a deeper analysis of video and extract metadata like keywords, concepts, visual imagery, tone and emotional context. The technology applies a range of artificial intelligence capabilities including language, concepts, emotions and visual analysis to extract insights.


The service will use several Watson APIs, including Tone Analyzer, Personality Insights, Natural Language Understanding and Visual Recognition. In addition, it will use new IBM Research technology to analyze the data generated by Watson and segment videos into logical scenes based on semantic cues in the content. This capability identifies scenes based on a deeper understanding of content and context.

Cognitive and blockchain for developers to create and monetize apps for the financial services industry

I have a pleasure to recall that, IBM recently announced its IBM Cloud for Financial Services, which is bringing together essential technologies such as cognitive and blockchain for developers to create and monetize apps for the financial services industry. Developers can access new tools to build in customer insights, security, privacy and support compliance readiness to help reduce the time needed for development and testing. APIs from both IBM and partner FinTechs are available on the platform.

The Global Satellite Telephones Market

For those who are unfamiliar, on the basis of satellite type, global satellite telephones market has been broadly segmented into Geosynchronous Orbit (GEO) and Low-Earth Orbit (LEO). Among these categories, geosynchronous orbit still dominates the global satellite telephones market, and the segment is expected to maintain its dominance over the next five years as well. North America is the largest consumer of satellite telephones across the globe. According to Research and Markets, the global market of satellite telephones is anticipated to cross $5.5 Billion by 2021. The firm also reveals that, growing satellite industry coupled with increasing defense expenditure is also aiding global market of satellite telephones. Furthermore, increasing ship and aircraft movements across various regions of the globe coupled with growing oil & gas production are expected to positively influence global satellite telephones market in the coming years. However, increasing government regulations ov…

Market Dynamics of the DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) market

As follow, one can identify the interesting elements: Drivers Rise of IoT Platforms Increasing Byod Trend at Workplaces Expansion of Existing DDI Solutions And Adjacent Network Services Significant Adoption of Virtualization By Organizations Restraints Limited Mainstream Adoption of Sdn Opportunities Increasing Need for Ipam Advent of Ipv6 Challenges Lack of Awareness Integration of DDI in Complex Networks is Time Consuming

The DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) market

The most exciting include factors such as increase attacks on DNS server, emergence of IOT platforms, proliferation of BYOD at workplace, and reduction in OPEX which are responsible for the growth of the DDI market. Verticals such as telecom and IT, Banking, Financial Services and Insurance (BFSI), government & defense, healthcare & life sciences, education, retail, manufacturing, and others including media & entertainment, energy & utilities, and hospitality is boosting the NS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) market. According to Research and Markets, the DNS, DHCP, and IP address management (DDI) market is expected to grow from USD 219.8 Million in 2017 to USD 467.8 Million by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 16.3% during the forecast period.

The Integrated Passive Devices market

Expectations and excitements are real within the global Integrated Passive Devices market in our ever-connected era where the mobility, flexibility, and security is at the core of powerful stakes. The Integrated Passive Devices market is expected to be valued at USD 1370.1 million by 2022, growing at a CAGR of 8.99% between 2016 and 2022, according to Research and Markets. The firm also reveals that, the increasing adoption of integrated passive devices in consumer durables and the implementation of integrated passive devices in RF applications are the key driving factors for this market. However, the higher costs of integrated passive devices compared to that of discrete components is restraining the growth of the market. Also, the RF tuning of integrated passive devices demands longer product design cycle, which acts as a major hindrance for the growth of the market. The market for integrated passive devices with silicon base is expected to grow at a high rate between 2016 and 2022. T…

Cognitive Visual Inspection, a new IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) solution for manufacturers

At the core of stakes, we have the ability to minimize costly defects and increase product quality. In effect,a new IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) solution, Cognitive Visual Inspection aims to reduce inspection time by 80 percent and cut manufacturing defects by 7-10 percent. I can observe that, using an ultra-high definition (UHD) camera and cognitive capabilities from IBM Watson, the solution captures images of products as they move through production and assembly, and together with human inspectors, can detect defects in products, including scratches or pinhole-size punctures. The solution, which continuously learns based on human assessment of the defect classifications in the images, is designed to help manufacturers improve for product excellence, and deliver on the promise of Industry 4.0.

The biotechnology industry is spending a huge amount on R&D

When it comes to biotechnology, Biotechnology reagents are used in all the processes. For those who are unfamiliar, ready-to-use reagents help minimize calculation, dilution, and pipetting errors. They reduce the duration of the diagnostic procedure and prevent contamination of samples. These factors have resulted in the demand for ready-to-use reagents among clinical laboratories and hospitals. According to a new report from Research and Markets, the biotechnology industry is spending a huge amount on R&D to innovate new techniques and technologies. Then one can observe that, the companies are more focused to improve the products, their quality, and standards. The biotech companies are majorly spending on protein synthesis, drug assessment, therapeutics, DNA and RNA analysis, and cell culture applications.

Technology is changing how financial advisors do business

Technology is everywhere in our ever-connected data-driven era with its bunch of disruptions, expectations and benefits. For instance, technology is changing how financial advisors do business. A new study (in The Future of the Financial Advisor™) shows that, self-service resources, including digital tools that can be accessed on the fly, are becoming an increasingly important touchpoint. Advisors now have immediate access to the latest product and performance data online, and they are expecting more specialized support from asset managers.

Comprehensive Cloud Platform for Marketing Data and Analytics by Oracle

Steadily, numerous analysts converge their views to believe there is an opportunity to fundamentally improve marketing and storytelling by brands and publishers through better data and analytics.
Based on this reality, Moat will join Oracle Data Cloud, with the goal to provide trusted measurement, analytics, and intelligence to the world’s largest brands.
In effect, with the Moat acquisition, Oracle Data Cloud now offers brands and publishers a full suite of targeting and measurement solutions to improve the outcome of virtually every type of digital advertising campaign.

Innovations in Big Data Analytics for Healthcare

Very exciting to see that, the advent of Big Data Analytics (BDA)in health care offers the promise of dramatically transforming healthcare activities by providing better health monitoring, personalized healthcare and better maintenance of Electronic Health Records (EHR) . For those who are unfamiliar, Big Data Analytics (BDA) refers to a set of data management tools, applications, and techniques for effective analysis of big datasets so as to derive intelligence on business operations and customer interactions. Big Data Analytics (BDA) is capable of processing both structured and unstructured data from various sources.

The integration of the video analytics technology with surveillance cameras

Very exciting to see that, the integration of the video analytics technology with surveillance cameras helps to increase the processing power of the collected data. Arrays and algorithms used during the integration enable users to add filters and setting. Video analytics-enabled surveillance cameras can be controlled through apps, which make them efficient and applicable for smart buildings.

Growing preferences for IP cameras over analog cameras

In the global Video Analytics Market, steadily, one can observe that, the latest trend gaining momentum, is growing preferences for IP cameras over analog cameras. Internet protocol (IP)-based cameras combine capabilities of analog cameras with PC functionality. It does not require a direct connection to a PC to operate and can be placed anywhere within a network. IP cameras have their own IP addresses and can be accessed or controlled through any IP network like a WAN, LAN, Intranet, or the Internet.

Rise in the production of genetically modified crops is also expected to increase the demand for genome editing.

However, the high cost of genomic equipment, shortage of trained professionals, and adverse public perception related to genetic research are restraining the growth of the market to a certain extent.
Increasing use of genome editing in specialized/personalized medicine and emerging markets in developing countries like Brazil, China, and India are providing various growth opportunities for players in the genome editing market.

Genome Editing/Genome Engineering Market

The genome editing market is undergoing a significant transformation, with the changing landscapes of healthcare, and manufacturing industries.According to Research and Markets, the genome editing market is projected to reach USD 5.54 billion by 2021 from USD 2.84 billion in 2016, growing at a CAGR of 14.3% in the next five years (2016 to 2021).
Factors such as rising government funding and growth in the number of genomics projects, high prevalence rate of infectious diseases and cancer among patients, technological advancements, increasing demand for synthetic genes, growing awareness about genomics, and increasing new product launches by industry players are expected to drive the genome editing market in the coming years.

Academic devices are a central part of the Internet of Things (IoT) in the education ecosystem

It is steadily exciting to observe that, Academic devices create a personalized learning experience for students and give them access to digital learning solutions to meet their learning needs. The global academic devices market is characterized by an increase in student expectations for a seamless educational experience across devices and platforms, a proliferation of devices including low-cost devices in classrooms, and a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trend, which is driving growth in the global academic devices market; according to Research and Markets. The firm also revealed that, the global academic devices market crossed $12.93 billion in revenue in 2016 and is expected to grow to $38.54 billion at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 19.9% (2016-2022).