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Software algorithms that are capable of performing tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision making and language translation. 

  • Underwriting loans and insurance

  • Trading Systems

  • Real time fraud and risk management

  • Automated virtual assistants

  • Managing personal finances 

  • Customer support, transactions and help-desks

  • Data analysis and advanced analytics

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an "umbrella" concept that is made up of numerous subfields, such as machine learning, which focuses-on the development of programs that can teach themselves to learn, understand, reason, plan, and act (i.e. become more intelligent) when exposed to new data in the right quantities.

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Network of objects - devices, vehicles, etc. - embedded with sensors, software, network connectivity and compute capability, that can collect and exchange data over the internet. IoT enables devices to be connected and remotely monitored or controlled. The term IoT has come to present any device that is now "connected" and accessible via network connection. The Industrial IoT is a subset of internet of things and refers to its use in manufacturing and industrial sectors.

  • Inventory and material tracking

  • Real-time asset monitoring

  • Connected operational intelligence

  • Customer self-service

  • Usage and performance benchmarking

  • Data integration and analytics

  • Connected service parts management

  • Remote service

  • Real time market insides

  • Flexible billing and pricing models

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  • Identity management

  • Voting

  • Peer to peer transactions

  • Supply chain management

  • Smart contracting

Blockchain, distributed electronic ledger that uses software algorithms to record and confirm transactions with reliability and anonymity. The record of events is shared between many parties and information once entered cannot be altered, as the downstream chain reinforces upstream transactions.

  • Provenance / traceability

  • Asset registration / ownership

  • Trade finance

  • Record management

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Robots, electro-mechanical machines or virtual agents that automate, augment or assist human activities, autonomously or according to a set of instructions, often a computer program.

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  • Manufactoring

  • Hazardous industries

  • Hotels and tourism

  • Service industry

  • Automation of predictable tasks

  • Data management

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Air or water based devices and vehicles, for example, Unnamed Aerial Vehicles (UAV), that fly or move without an onboard human pilot. Drones can operate autonomously (via on-board computers) on a predefined flight plan or be controlled remotely.

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  • Insurance claim validation

  • Precision farming

  • Infrastructure inspections

  • Railway safety

  • Cargo delivery

  • Construction site management

  • Forestry management

  • Facility inspections (wind turbine, oil rig, etc.)

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Addition of information or visuals to physical world, via a graphics and/or audio overlay, to improve the user experience for a task or products. This "augmentation" of the real world is achieved via supplemental devices that render and display said information.

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  • Virtual showrooms

  • Education

  • Travel and tourism

  • Gaming

  • Printing and advertisers

  • Retail environments

  • Marketing

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Computer generated simulations of three dimensional image or a complete environment, within defined and contained space, that viewers can interact with realistic ways.

Virtual Reality (VR) is intended to be an immersive experience and typically requires equipment, most   commonly a helmet/headset.

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  • Immerse journalism

  • Virtual workplaces

  • Manufacturing / product design

  • Architecture & construction

  • Education & Training

  • Big data management

  • Entertainment

  • Healthcare

  • Merchandising

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Additive manufacturing techniques used to create three dimensional objects based on digital models by layering or "printing" successive layers of materials. 3D printing relies on innovative "inks" including plastic, and more recently glass and wood.

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  • Smart Medical Devices

  • Tools and end use parts

  • Prototyping

  • Bridge manufacturing

  • Supply chain

  • Customized products

  • Remote location production

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