Topic: manufacturing

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The future of work depends on AI-human partnerships

According to McKinsey, robots could potentially replace 800 million jobs by 2020. However, with the right training, the workforce can embrace this advancement rather than fear it. The responsibility falls on the government and companies to aid the workforce with skill training that can better prepare them for the coming advancements.

Opera launches Touch, a mobile browser aimed at one-handed use

Opera Touch is an Android app that focuses on search and features a UI that allows for easy one-hand operation on mobile devices.

Splunk adds more machine learning capabilities to its monitoring tools

Splunk is continuing to invest in machine learning capabilities to help customers detect and react to their machine data faster than before, touting enhancements across its suite of products for IT and security pros.

What’s new with Eclipse’s Jakarta EE Java

GlassFish app server, Jakarta EE Java implementation set to move forward with cloud native focus

Microsoft cites 24% jump in tech support scams

According to the FBI, cybercrooks have changed tactics and sometimes pose as government agents or tech support reps for GPS, printer or cable companies, or virtual currency exchangers.

Tech Mahindra, CISQ collaborate to enhance software quality

Tech Mahindra’s partnership with CISQ is a testimony to its commitment to software quality, says executive director of CISQ.

Hortonworks plans more packaged solutions for data science and IoT

The open source data management vendor is increasingly looking to package up its technology for specific use cases, and is planning to launch more this year

N.Y. AG's scrutiny of cryptocurrencies unlikely to stymie a thriving industry

The New York Attorney General's office is looking into the practices and policies of cryptocurrency exchanges; experts say any ensuing regulation will likely protect investors while allowing the marketplace to continue growing.

How Munich Re built a data lake fit for all its employees

The German reinsurance giant has built an internal portal giving all employees access to a data lake, with the hope that enterprising employees will create new business models

How 3D printing can affect your supply chain

3D printing has been used for prototyping for decades, but now it’s starting to creep into production process too. Even if you’re not printing things yourself, that change is going to have implications for your supply chain management.

Partners central to Lenovo India’s data centre strategy

As Managing Director of Lenovo’s Data Centre Group in India, Vivek Sharma has a clear vision for the company’s push to be the provider of choice for next generation data centres.

Maximum usership, various new features; yet Facebook & Co lack an Indian head

While the social media giant is scouting for a WhatsApp India head, Instagram and Facebook still lack leadership on ground, despite India being their largest user base.