Motion sensing is an emerging technology that is transforming how machines interact with a human. While the technology majorly finds application in infotainment, with recent innovations, it has successfully penetrated routine household activities and other settings. The rising applications of motion sensors in the consumer electronics and automotive industries have been considerably boosting the market for motion…Continue
Added by KBV Research on September 20, 2019 at 3:00pm — No Comments
Consumers have a basic tendency of thinking with both, their rational and emotional brains. Study after study says it is for emotional reasons when they buy a product or a service. When they try to justify the money (or are about to) to be spent, logic comes into play - particularly when they are prioritizing their wants.
Emotional Analysis (EA) gathers information about how an…Continue
Added by KBV Research on September 19, 2019 at 3:12pm — No Comments
Due to its ability to reduce security staff and management workload, AI-based video surveillance and analytics are seeing an increase in acceptance. Using artificial intelligence technology in video analysis can offer companies substantial advantages in the identification and informing of unforeseen events. The key technologies that transform camera-based security systems include object recognition, face recognition, event recognition, remote asset management, intelligent image processing,…Continue
Added by KBV Research on September 18, 2019 at 3:13pm — No Comments
The problem for cyber security in the life insurance sector is very severe, as is the case in other sectors such as banking, healthcare, etc. The insurance industry has a huge amount of client data and clients have a lot of confidence in the organizations with whom they do business.
What is insurance fraud detection?
The insurance industry is moving to a contemporary paradigm…Continue
Added by KBV Research on September 17, 2019 at 2:22pm — No Comments
Electric vehicles will be excluded from the market dominance of combustion engines in the following decade or so. With falling prices and improving efficiency, they will become economically feasible for customers. Twenty years ago, people dreamed of quickly evolving new and interesting technologies. Artificial intelligence that surpasses the computer and even the computer capabilities of our brain, or something like an entirely clean, effective, energy-intensive vehicle. The development of a…Continue
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