Saturday, October 24

Artificial Intelligence

Apple, Artificial Intelligence, iPhone News, siri

Chinese AI firm files $ 1.4 billion patent infringement lawsuit against Apple: WSJ

A Chinese artificial intelligence company claims that Apple's Siri is infringing on a voice assistant patent. A new report from Wall street journal He explains that the Chinese artificial intelligence company Shanghai Zhizhen Network Technology has filed a $ 1.4 billion dollar lawsuit against Apple, alleging that the iPhone giant has infringed a patent for its voice assistant technology. Shanghai Zhizhen Intelligent Network Technology, also known as Xiao-i, seeks damages of 10 billion yuan ($ 1.43 billion) and demands that Apple stop "manufacturing, using, promising to sell, sell and import" products infringing the patent, he said in a social media post. Xiao-i argued that Apple's voice recognition technology, Siri, infringes on a patent that it applied for in 2004 and was ...
How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming the Auto Manufacturing Sector – Canadian Auto World
Artificial Intelligence, Auto Companies, auto manufacturing, Dan Wilson, Element AI in North America, Industry News, Market News

How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming the Auto Manufacturing Sector – Canadian Auto World

It’s not an easy time to be in the automotive manufacturing business. A global pandemic has upended supply chains and wreaked havoc on auto sales in general. In parallel, automotive factories are increasingly connected through Industry 4.0 – the melding of the physical and digital worlds – and solutions such as robotics, remote sensors and digital control systems, which produce seemingly unending (and overwhelming) new streams of data to be processed and interpreted. But – pandemic notwithstanding – perhaps no challenge is more pressing than the skilled labour shortage in the Canadian automotive sector. As the baby boomer workforce retires, it’s getting more and more difficult for manufacturers to find experienced workers with the technical craftsmanship, which is difficult to teach an...