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Simulation and AI/ML riding the digital twin wave

Most organizations across industries have been on overdrive to push digital transformation targeting savings, increasing revenue, or improving quality and reliability. A few common industry challenges such as: • “Help me predict failure of my plant asset. How do we plan scheduled maintenance optimizing operation, logistics and inventory cost? (OPEX)” • “How can we maximize performance/throughput from our assets?” • “How can I send personalize insight and proactive…

The new face of home entertainment at the times of COVID-19

We are experiencing unprecedented times in almost any country due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Our lives have changed dramatically. When immediate crisis has past, we probably will not be able to live how we used to. We will have to think differently and to find new and the best ways to do things. We will have to adapt, to change the way…

Beyond the crisis: Our future is now - are you ready?

To the question what will the world look like after the COVID-19 crisis, we’d say there is only one thing that is clear right now: our lives will be vastly different to just a year ago. The pandemic has brought some profound changes. We work differently, shop differently, and interact with friends and family differently

Insurance in the driving seat of change

This article is part of Atos Digital Vision: Ethics opinion paper which explores how embedding ethical reflection into the design of digital technologies can lead to genuine benefits for customers and citizens by helping to address their legitimate concerns about their wider impact, today and into the future

The value of a diverse workforce in inclusive AI development

This article is part of Atos Digital Vision: Ethics opinion paper which explores how embedding ethical reflection into the design of digital technologies can lead to genuine benefits for customers and citizens by helping to address their legitimate concerns about their wider impact, today and into the future

Collective Intelligence – Can human and machine intelligence work in unison?

This article is part of Atos Digital Vision: Ethics opinion paper which explores how embedding ethical reflection into the design of digital technologies can lead to genuine benefits for customers and citizens by helping to address their legitimate concerns about their wider impact, today and into the future. Artificial intelligence (AI), automation and robotization have the power to exclude but, more importantly, they…

AI Explainability: making the complex comprehensible

José Esteban Lauzan Head of Innovation at Atos Iberia, founding member of the Atos Scientific Community, Atos Distinguished Expert Amélie Groud Senior Data Scientist and member of the Scientific CommunityPosted on: 21 April 2020 This article is part of Atos Digital Vision: Ethics opinion paper which explores how embedding ethical reflection into the design of digital technologies can lead to genuine benefits for customers and citizens by helping to address their legitimate…

How artificial intelligence, robotics and Big Data can support pandemic situations

Daniel Calvo Head of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. Atos Research and InnovationOrlando Ávila Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Associated Head. Atos Research and InnovationCarlos Cavero Head of Health Unit. Atos Research and Innovation Posted on: 17 April 2020 Governments, healthcare authorities and staff are working hard to fight and overcome the Covid-19 situation worldwide. Beyond that, innovative technologies can be a powerful additional resource…

Ethics and the limits of artificial intelligence

This article is part of Atos Digital Vision: Ethics opinion paper which explores how embedding ethical reflection into the design of digital technologies can lead to genuine benefits for customers and citizens by helping to address their legitimate concerns about their wider impact, today and into the future. Artificial intelligence (AI) systems have the potential for great decision-making power but have no consciousness or moral conscience. The challenge now…

Data in the fight against infectious diseases

As the latest Coronavirus outbreak has again demonstrated, governments and health authorities need to act as fast as a disease spreads in order to reduce risks and quell the fears of citizens. Increasing urbanization and the rise in mobility of large populations are making containment all the harder; the ability to act effectively is therefore essential to reduce the risk of an epidemic becoming a pandemic. In the age…

Covid-19: in a race against the clock

We are in uncharted territory: the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic are unfolding rapidly, with profound effects on bereaved families and on people's health and prosperity around the world. Yet while today’s events are unprecedented, so too are the capabilities of advanced computing to help human beings combat the disease. Time is now of the essence as agencies everywhere work hard to contain the outbreak while scientists continue…

Industry 4.0: The future of the industry is today!

We all know that Industry 4.0 is the fourth industrial revolution, but what are the main technologies that are changing the manufacturing sector