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AI’s Origin Traced to Ancient Greece Jürgen Schmidhuber
Today’s AI and deep learning builds on over 2,000 years of work by many brilliant innovators from around the world. To understand where AI is headed, it helps to understand how it got where it is today. Let’s take a quick tour of the origins of AI.

How Single Pair Ethernet Is Becoming the DNA of IIoT Verena Neuhaus
Single Pair Ethernet (SPE) is quickly becoming a mega-trend in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). Here, we explore SPE, its advantages, how it is transforming industrial data transmission, and how SPE supports the future of industrial network technology.

Keeping Machines Healthy and Running Joseph Downing
STMicroelectronics STWIN Sensor Tile can accelerate the design of Predictive Maintenance IIoT applications that monitor essential equipment to prevent unexpected failures by allowing scheduling of maintenance and provide a potential cost-savings benefit.

Going Off-Grid Efficiently With MicroGrids Paul Lee
Microgrids are becoming popular for environmental and dollar cost savings. However, adoption is dependent on efficient power conversion electronics enabled by the increasing use of wide bandgap semiconductors.

Managing Bias in AIoT Models Stephen Evanczuk
Using machine-learning methods, developers can build applications able to predict outcomes based on sensor data from devices in industrial, healthcare, and other arenas, but ensuring reliable results requires careful attention to data used to create those models.

Why Blockchain and IoT Belong Together Tyler Wojciechowicz
IoT and blockchain technologies are taking off in many diverse industries. But have you considered combining the two together? Learn how an IoT-enabled blockchain unlocks process efficiencies, increases security, and allows for cost-savings.

IoT Device Management Affects System Design Sravani Bhattacharjee
Gone are the days of manual provisioning of devices and equipment. In the world of the Internet of Things, millions of devices are provisioned and managed using cloud-based services. How does that affect system design? What new factors must be considered during system design?

Learn to Track Devices at DIGI, ElectriCities Webinar Tommy Cummings
DIGI and ElectriCities presenters will discuss how to gain complete visibility and control over distributed devices, enabling companies to scale, grow, and secure their networks in addition to getting notifications of security vulnerabilities and performing predictive maintenance.

Component Gains Fuel the Next Generation of Cobots Poornima Apte
Robots have been part of the manufacturing landscape for decades, but the advent of Industry 5.0, fueled by Big Data, is helping retool the equation in favor of not only increased but more flexible automation from robots. Here, we will discuss some components that are making it happen.

Reality.2020 Symposium Focuses on Adaptive Design Tommy Cummings
The TTI family of companies are sponsoring Reality.2020, a two-day online symposium that will bring together product experts from some of the world's leading electronic component suppliers. Eleven speakers will discuss topics ranging from 5G to Internet of Things to the cloud.

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