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DHagar
DHagar
5/16/2017 2:58:14 PM
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Re: AI and IOT
@dcawrey, true with the evolving IoT - there is development still to take place.  I think a  lot of development is in play giving value to AI from Big Data.  When those two areas come together to provide practical uses of value, I think that is when things will begin to change and open up - with a positive compounding affect.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/16/2017 3:44:40 PM
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Re: AI and IOT
Although I have as much faith as well, the faith is underscored by a sense of realism because we are depending too much on the frightful five right now...although they all have their challenges.....

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srufolo1
srufolo1
5/17/2017 1:16:56 PM
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AI & IoT
"Video from security cameras and body cams can be used for facial recognition but the system can also redact images from the video so that it can be released to the public for law enforcement procedures."

Remarkable. Just think what this will do for public safety and security. Someone would think twice before robbing a convenience store with this kind of technology!


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Ariella
Ariella
5/18/2017 9:15:38 AM
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Re: AI & IoT
@srufolo1 I'm not sure it will deter the criminal, but it should make it easier to track the person down. Already we have images of people identified on videos released to the public -- sometimes even on social media -- with requests for help in locating them.

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srufolo1
srufolo1
5/18/2017 5:42:31 PM
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Re: AI & IoT
@Ariella Good point. A criminal intent on doing something is not easily deterred, but it certainly will be a lot easier to track them down.

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DHagar
DHagar
5/19/2017 5:20:11 PM
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Re: AI and IOT
@mpouraryan, that is the "promise" of the markets to see if people make other choices and/or if other smaller players begin to capture the market.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/20/2017 12:28:05 AM
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Re: AI and IOT
The problem is what the FCC is doing which will undermine the "promise" you noted which is disturbing--and I have noted this in my deliberations.

 

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DHagar
DHagar
5/22/2017 5:46:38 PM
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Re: AI and IOT
@mpouraryan, undermines only in that it removes the regulation that mandates it.  So there is still the opportunity for the markets/consumers, and leading effectie companies to design and deliver the services that customers want.  That is the target I am focusing on.

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mpouraryan
mpouraryan
5/23/2017 12:44:38 PM
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Re: AI and IOT
What is imperative for us to all remember is that even Adam Smith himself noted that the "invisible hand" needs guidance--and this lesson seems to be lost on the current crowd in charge at the FCC as they rush in their zeal to overturn things.  Why Break it if it is not?  

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freehe
freehe
5/23/2017 8:15:05 PM
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AI Security Risks
"Machine learning algorithms need vast amounts of data to learn, and this data was available from the millions of images captured by smartphones and stored in the cloud. These images, 120 million of them, were categorized and catalogued to train machine learning algorithms"

If you didn't already know companies are using your smartphones images and images stored in the cloud for R&D. This is one of the reasons why I don't use apps, the cloud or store images on my phone. Any images I receive on my phone I immediately delete or upload to my computer.

 

 

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