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Monday, November 12 • 7:00pm - 7:40pm
Approaches to Machine Learning at the IoT Edge

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Approaches to Machine Learning at the IoT Edge

With the mainstreaming of IoT, connected devices, and sensors, data is being generated at a phenomenal rate, particularly at the edge of the network. IDC’s FutureScape for IoT report found that by 2019, 40% of IoT data will be stored, processed, analyzed and acted upon at the edge of the network where it is created.

Why at the edge? Turns out that sensor data, in most cases, is perishable. Its value is realized within a narrow window after its creation. Further, analytics at the edge provides other benefits including:

• Reduced Cloud Costs
• Local Reaction
• Increased System Scalability
• Reduced Data to be Analyzed
• Bandwidth and Network Resiliency

This presentation examines current architectural approaches to analytics at the edge, including IoT devices, sensors, network communications with edge gateways, and cloud data centers.

There will be a demonstration of how sensors, controllers, gateways, and cloud computing platforms can be used to collect, process, and analyze data at the edge and in the cloud. The presentation concludes with a complete edge to cloud sensor network.

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Louis Frolio

Technical Evangelist, IBM
Louis Frolio, an IBM Technical Evangelist, brings expertise in the IoT, Big Data Analytics, Data Science, Open Source Technology, and Machine Learning to help drive the adoption and facilitate the success of IBM’s Cloud, Cognitive, and Analytics platforms. He is a collaborative... Read More →

Monday November 12, 2018 7:00pm - 7:40pm
08 Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Cognitive (RIVERSIDE SUITE) Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Cognitive Computing
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