Brian McCarson, Intel’s Group VP of IoT, shares his perspective on the evolution of the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence. Brian speaks to the increasing affordability and accessibility of both IoT and AI and how their development in other industries has brought it to the industrial sector. We talk about each service’s growth from something out of a science fiction novel available to large-scale enterprises to the ways in which AI and IoT have now intersected with and augmented the capabilities of small- and medium-sized businesses. Brian credits this evolution to open-source ecosystems where online innovators have helped improve the scalability of AI integration. Finally, he talks about how Intel specifically has helped scale manufacturing capabilities through automating processes and leveraging a place in an ecosystem of technology ingredient providers for small- and medium-sized enterprises.
0:00:27 Evolution of the Internet of Things
0:03:00 Industrial Artificial Intelligence
0:06:21 Evolution and Accessibility of Artificial Intelligence
0:10:40 Scaling A.I. Through Open-Source Communities
0:14:35 Intel’s Mission of Scaling A.I. and Upskilling Employees
0:17:08 How Ecosystems of Core Technologies Help Small Businesses
0:20:15 Future Trends
An audio-only version of this interview is available as episode #584 of Metis Strategy’s podcast, Technovation with Peter High. Learn more at http://bit.ly/Technovation-584.
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