With a focus on emerging technologies and innovative
startups, the 2020 Retail Innovation Conference is featuring three Startup
Innovation Lab sessions that will introduce attendees to a total of 20 tech
Startup Innovation Lab #1: 10-11 am ET, Oct. 13
Moderated by Orlando Ribas Fernandes of XnFinity-XNFY Lab, the first group of startups presenting include:
Omnichannel Fulfillment: onfleet – a last-mile delivery platform;
Touchless Retail: SuperSmart – a validation and loss-prevention system for Scan & Go;
Digital Commerce: Pointr – A deep location company combining indoor location intelligence with machine learning;
Business Agility: Uncrowd – SaaS platform generates live-tracking Friction/Reward Indexes;
Experiential Initiatives: Gravity AI — a MLaaS (Machine Learning as a Service) platform; and
E-Commerce Optimization: Taste — making artificial intelligence fun and consumer-friendly, and offering a personalized shopping experience.
Startup Innovation Lab #2, 10-11 am ET, Oct. 14
Ken Fenyo of Coresight Research will moderate tomorrow morning’s
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NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / October 5, 2020 / Startups face a number of difficulties when trying to raise capital and expand globally. GSD Venture Studios travels the world inviting resilient teams to establish partnerships to ensure organizations grow the right way. Unlike traditional investors, they take senior operational (often co-founder) roles in these companies, capitalizing on their trusted reputation, experiences and network to drive explosive growth.
International companies typically feel locked into just one country when attempting to expand. GSD has helped many international startups with innovative products and services establish a footprint in Silicon Valley and beyond. And now they are thrilled to be announcing the launch of their premier accelerator called GSD Labs, which will focus exclusively on helping technology startups enter the US. They have designed
What’s New: Today, Intel Federal LLC announced a three-year agreement with Sandia National Laboratories (Sandia) to explore the value of neuromorphic computing for scaled-up computational problems. Sandia will kick off its research using a 50-million neuron Loihi-based system that was delivered to its facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This work with Loihi will lay the foundation for the later phase of the collaboration, which is expected to include continued large-scale neuromorphic research on Intel’s upcoming next-generation neuromorphic architecture and the delivery of Intel’s largest neuromorphic research system to date, which could exceed more than 1 billion neurons in computational capacity.
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A close-up shot of an Intel Nahuku board, each of which contains 8 to 32 Intel Loihi neuromorphic chips. Intel’s latest neuromorphic system, Pohoiki Beach, is made up of multiple Nahuku boards and contains 64 Loihi chips. Pohoiki Beach
The automotive market is grappling with increasingly complex software systems, and in turn greater risks of glitches that can cause costly and unsafe disruptions and damage an automaker’s credibility.
Just look at today’s new cars, trucks and SUVs compared to their counterparts a decade ago. New vehicles coming off assembly lines today contain tens of millions of lines of code, a statistic that continues to rise as automakers invest more in software.
This upward trend has created risks for automakers; it’s also opened up opportunity for burgeoning startups like Aurora Labs, which developed a platform that can spot problems with software in cars and fix it on the fly. The company is now preparing to ramp up operations, even beyond automotive, as software takes a central role in shared mobility, cities and homes.
Aurora Labs developed a platform designed to detect and predict problems and then fix any issues in
Intel and Lightbits Labs have entered into a strategic collaboration to improve the performance and profitability of data centers.
On Tuesday, the chip giant said both parties will develop disaggregated storage solutions suitable for data centers; in particular, systems that will reduce total-cost-of-ownership (TCO) issues caused by stranded disk capacity and performance problems.
TCO variables can include energy usage, cooling requirements, location, and the choice of equipment. Cost-reducing investments in the data center usually pursued relate to reducing waste, labor time, and reclaiming or recovering stranded disk capacity — allocated but unused storage that would otherwise not be available for use by applications.
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Intel and Lightbits Labs will work together to co-engineer technical solutions designed to reduce stranded disk volumes as well as launch go-to-market initiatives.
The companies will investigate how merged designs — utilizing Intel’s hardware
Silicon Labs stock has been on a tear lately. Since the end of March, it has been up 44%. If you are not familiar with Silicon Labs, it is a global, fabless semiconductor company headquartered in Austin, TX, my hometown. The company’s HQ is so close in proximity to my home and office, and I can see its logo. While the company does as much in the industrial IoT, you’ve likely used a consumer IoT device with Silicon Labs inside. Silicon Labs’ silicon is inside the Amazon Echo, Nest smart thermostat, a Fitbit, Google OnHub, Zigbee smart lightbulbs, Samsung Connect, and Tesla electric vehicles.
The company designs silicon devices, software, platforms, and semiconductors for various markets, including the Internet of Things (IoT), industrial automation, consumer, and automotive markets. Although Silicon Labs touches many markets, a large portion
EDINBURGH, Scotland–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Following the launch of its voice and messaging services earlier this year, Melrose Labs’ new partnership will see the platform develop new identity verification services that will protect businesses and improve customer engagement.
The new offerings will also enhance Melrose Labs’ existing Identity and Location, and One-Time Password (OTP) services.
When SMS is used to deliver a one-time password to a user, there is a risk that the message could be intercepted. With these new services, businesses will be able to identify SIM swapping and deny the use of OTP to prevent fraudulent use of a user’s account. Mark Hay, CEO of Melrose Labs says:
“Identity verification is essential to reducing fraudulent activity and is a key part of ensuring secure and trustworthy customer engagements in online transactions. Our new partnership with Phronesis Technologies will allow us to develop new services and enhance our existing offerings.
Pivoting from physical trade shows to virtual events, CM Labs is showcasing the latest innovations in ports training technology to the industry online. This Oct 15, CM Labs is hosting a virtual trade show featuring live and on-demand presentations & demos devoted to the latest innovations in the port sector.
“Our intent was to present these innovations at TOC Europe,” says Elena Shalabanova, CM Labs’ Product Manager, Ports Solutions. “Naturally, our goal remains the same at this virtual event: to ensure that the ports industry’s digital transformation is backed by information about the latest innovations in training technology.”
The speaker line-up includes international port professionals and industry leaders from ZPMC for Smart Solutions Group and other international organizations.
Along with thought leadership, the event will feature one-on-one access to technology experts,