Behavioural Biometrics, IoT and AI

Behavioural Biometrics, #IoT and #AI #abdsc

  • Biometrics is defined as the science of establishing the identity of an individual based on physical, chemical or behavioural attributes of the person.
  • To discuss these issues, please join a new meetup group in London Behavioural Biometrics IoT and AI – – While Physical Biometric techniques (like fingerprint recognition, IRIS scans etc) are well established, Behavioural biometrics systems are still emerging.
  • According to the IBIA White paper, Behavioural biometrics provides a new generation of user security solutions that  identify individuals  based on the  unique way they interact with computer devices  like smartphones, tablets or mouse-screen-and-keyboard.
  • The authors also present a generalized algorithm for implementing behavioural biometric with the following steps: – – So, with this background, what is the relationship between Behavioural biometrics, IoT and AI?
  • To discuss these issues, please join a new meetup group in London  Behavioural Biometrics IoT and AI – – Ajit Jaokar conducts a course at Oxford University on Data Science for Internet of Things.

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Security for Internet of Things (IoT)

How important is #CyberSecurity for #IoT  #Databreach #Hackers #defstar5 #infosec #AI #ML

  • For almost 30 years, we have been providing security solutions to protect users’ data and have already shipped nearly 20 billion security controllers worldwide.
  • We are now bringing our market and innovation leadership to the IoT realm, supporting new, more sustainable ways of communicating and living.
  • Our portfolio ranges from basic authentication products (OPTIGA™ Trust) to advanced implementations (OPTIGA™ TPM, OPTIGA™ Trust P and OPTIGA™ Trust E) protecting integrity, authenticity and confidentiality of information to enable security in the IoT.
  • Further highlights include M2M, Fido, boosted NFC, USB, RFID and My-d™ as well as CIPURSE™ innovations.

Infineon delivers robust and granular security to protect data, identities, devices, IP and even servers/networks in the Internet of Things (IoT).
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How AI Is Like Electricity—and Why That Matters

#AI Is Like Electricity, and It's About to ‘Cognify’ the World

  • Kelly’s word of choice is cognification, and he uses it to describe ‘smart’ things.
  • The industrial revolution saw a large-scale switch from the agricultural world—where everything that was made was made by muscle power—to the mechanized world, where gasoline, steam engines, and electricity applied artificial power to everything.
  • We made a grid to deliver that power, so we could have it on-demand anytime and anywhere we wanted, and everything that used to require natural power could be done with artificial power.
  • Kelly gives the example of a car, which is simple but compelling: you summon the power of 250 horses just by turning a key.
  • The next step is to take that same car that already has the artificial power of 250 horses and add the power of 250 artificial minds.

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear ‘artificial intelligence’? For those raised on a steady diet of big budget Hollywood sci-fi, the answer to that question is something along the lines of “evil robots and all-knowing computers that are going to destroy humanity.”
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How AI Is Like Electricity—and Why That Matters

#AI Is Like Electricity, and It's About to ‘Cognify’ the World

  • Kelly’s word of choice is cognification, and he uses it to describe ‘smart’ things.
  • The industrial revolution saw a large-scale switch from the agricultural world—where everything that was made was made by muscle power—to the mechanized world, where gasoline, steam engines, and electricity applied artificial power to everything.
  • We made a grid to deliver that power, so we could have it on-demand anytime and anywhere we wanted, and everything that used to require natural power could be done with artificial power.
  • Kelly gives the example of a car, which is simple but compelling: you summon the power of 250 horses just by turning a key.
  • The next step is to take that same car that already has the artificial power of 250 horses and add the power of 250 artificial minds.

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear ‘artificial intelligence’? For those raised on a steady diet of big budget Hollywood sci-fi, the answer to that question is something along the lines of “evil robots and all-knowing computers that are going to destroy humanity.”
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Artificial Intelligence: The Future Of Everything

#ArtificialIntelligence : The Future Of Everything 

 #fintech #AI @Dispatch Weekly

  • Though many fear what could happen when AI is fully incorporated (mainly due to sci-fi movies that portray the AI as somehow malicious) the rise of artificial intelligence will ultimately improve many aspects of our everyday lives.
  • With the use of artificial intelligence, retailers can now focus on the manufacturing and quality of the product while the AI sorts through the data and makes it clear and concise.
  • With the increased efficiency and integration of strong artificial intelligence some jobs will inevitably be taken over by machines.
  • As quickly as artificial intelligence is advancing, there are still challenges that need to be overcome before there is a full shift towards strong AI use.
  • This data is the basis for the central concept of artificial intelligence: machine learning.

This year, 2017, has been dubbed the year artificial intelligence (AI). With developers already beginning to innovate and improve the technologies that already exist, the potential growth in the field is undeniable. The question of strong artificial intelligence is not one of “if” but one of “when” and it is only a matter of time before artificial intelligence is fully integrated into our lives.  There are two main types of artificial intelligence to keep an eye out for: strong and weak.
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Dyson is quietly working artificial intelligence into all of its home gadgets

Dyson is quietly working artificial intelligence into all of its home gadgets

  • SINGAPORE — In the brave new world of smart homes, Dyson thinks it’s got a way to get a leg up over the competition: artificial intelligence.
  • “Almost every product can benefit from AI, lighting, purification, cleaning — everything that you see in a room needs artificial intelligence,” declared Sir James Dyson, its founder said at its launch event.
  • Sir James Dyson, speaking at the Singapore launch.Dyson’s already started dipping its toes in the connected home scene.
  • My dream is much rather that everything is automatic, and sets itself for you to your preference,” Dyson said.
  • Testing has already begun for Dyson’s new home lighting and fan systems, using face and voice recognition to detect the user, then adjusting its temperature and speed to their precise preferences.

Imagine never having to input a setting again.
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Machine Learning, IoT Top Developer Focus

Machine Learning, IoT Top Developer Focus

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  • And while Amazon’s Echo has developers onboard, it remains to be seen whether “smart” home hubs will become truly ubiquitous .
  • Many of these “hot” industries are still nascent which may give developers pause.
  • Developers know they must work at least a few years ahead of the curve if they hope to release a mature product into a ready market.
  • Among the developers whose primary focus is creating apps with machine-learning capabilities, the most-targeted categories for those apps included the Internet of Things (11.4 percent), professional, scientific and technical services (10 percent), and manufacturing (9.4 percent).

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@Dicedotcom: “Machine Learning, IoT Top Developer Focus”


A new survey suggests robotics, the Internet of Things (IoT), and machine learning are becoming the main focus of app developers.


Machine Learning, IoT Top Developer Focus