Robotics Business Review – Eugene Demaitre – 6/6/18
Startups aren’t the only companies actively exploring the frontiers of artificial intelligence, robotics, and the Internet of Things. Yesterday, CA said that its Strategic Research team will participate in three projects, including one partly funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 initiative. In addition, CA Technologies has been working on internal development through its CA Accelerator.
Three projects for AI, IoT, and GDPR
“To realize the massive promise of an IoT-driven world, we must solve complex challenges,” said Otto Berkes, CA Technologies chief technology officer. “These hurdles must be overcome before we can deliver IoT systems that can provide valuable and trusted data, be adaptable and open to new technologies — systems that haven’t even been invented yet.”
The Adaptive Learning on Heterogeneous Architectures, or ALOHA, project plans to take advantage of the increasing compute capacity of IoT edge devices such as routers and servers for more human-like deep learning. CA Security will advise ALOHA on how to create “bias-free AI.”