USSI Global and AdMobilize partnership set to drive AI in digital signage
Computer vision-based audience analytics to boost digital signage projects
Virtual assistants market projected to double by 2024
Futuresource research sees shipments doubling to 3.0 billion units in 2024
QuixScan AI thermal detectors set to help businesses reopen
Line of temperature screening solutions aimed at keeping staff and customers safe
Intercoms, Monty Python amplifiers (sort of), AI-powered captioning, BenQ flat panels
Today's news in brief sees RTS launch its new OMS main station for intercom systems, Outline go part 'Monty Python' with its tough amplifier,...
Google’s meeting room kits for the ‘future workplace’
With discussion around technology investment for the workspaces of the future gathering pace, many tech and platform providers are rapidly developing solutions to enable...
University of Wales Trinity Saint David trials Sony AI-powered Edge Analytics Appliance
The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) has announced a trial of the intelligence-powered Sony REA-C1000 Edge Analytics Appliance with a view to expanding...
Haivision acquires AI and cloud video company LightFlow
Haivision has accelerated its cloud strategy by acquiring LightFlow, the artificial intelligence and cloud orchestration media business of Epic Labs. This acquisition adds artificial...
Investors raise $21.5m to expand global AI solutions
Syte, a leading visual AI technology company known for powering visual search for eCommerce companies, has announced that it has raised $21.5m in Series...
InfoComm 2019: ENCO to showcase automated live translation with machine learning
ENCO‘s new AI-powered enTranslate system will make its AV industry debut at InfoComm 2019. enTranslate combines the speech-to-text engine from ENCO’s patented enCaption open...
A Preevue of the future: Taking the drama out of theatre production with VR
London based firm Preevue is using 3D scanning, VR and AR technology to allow production companies to design and walk around their sets and...
Insight launches new AI-based collaboration platform to improve employee engagement
New communications and collaboration platform, Insight Digital Workspace, claims to help drive productivity and employee engagement through AI technology
Consumers ready to welcome human-mimicking AI robots in customer service
…but findings also indicate strong desire to maintain a real human presence, according to research from Aspect Software
World’s first AI panoramic video collaboration camera to debut at ISE 2019
PanaCast 3 – features three 13 megapixel cameras and built-in intelligent vision software
Artificial intelligence to bring new levels of simplicity and productivity to meetings
“In the future, AI will make it even easier to have meetings where every component is automated and participants never have to lift a...
Need to Know: Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for business
Like it or not AI is here and the potential to impact every business in every industry sector on the planet. Dismissing it could...
AI is helping join the Dots in providing students with fast and accurate information
AVTE speaks to Saint Louis University (SLU) in Missouri, after installing 2,300 customised Amazon Echo Dot devices into its student accommodation
Report: Early adoption of AI in your business could double your cash flow by 2030
Ignoring it could see your cash show plunge 20 per cent and your business fall irrecoverably behind your competitors, says new report from McKinsey
Joining the Dots: Saint Louis University turns to AI to help better support its students
University to deploy 2,300 custom Amazon Alexa enabled EchoDot devices in its halls of residence to help answer student queries
Three ways AI can help you work smarter and faster in the office
Hope or hype? Ricoh looks at how artificial intelligence can help to increase productivity in the office
Artificial intelligence: What does it mean to AV and your business?
Voice recognition and machine learning are revolutionising corporate communications and display technologies, reports Steve May