Thanks to the internet, we can now shop for clothes, buy and sell stock, share videos of our pets doing tricks, and plan a vacation from the comfort of our own couch. While the digital revolution has made things more convenient for consumers, it’s also been a boon for businesses looking to gather customer data. Sometimes, it feels like the internet is mostly cat videos and memes.Read Full Story
As idyllic as it sounds to live in the age of internet gardens—the open gardens of the unrestricted internet, and the contained digital environments metaphorically known as walled gardens—there is a war being fought between these gardens.Read Full Story
As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes smarter and more advanced, we’ve started to see its usage grow across various industries. From retail and commerce to manufacturing, the technology continues to do some pretty amazing things in nearly every sector. The civil engineering field is no exception.
An estimated 20 billion internet-connected devices will be active around the world by 2020.
For the past decade, the proportion of people spending most of their time on the internet has continued to grow. Whether its working, studying, purchasing, and interacting, the internet has become an integral part of our daily lives. To complicate things further, today’s convenience-oriented society means customers no longer want to venture to the brick and mortar businesses to simply buy items.Read Full Story
In today’s internet age it is imperative to hire a good SEO (Search Engine Optimization) service agency to boost your business website’s ranking in popular search engines and derive the utmost mileage from your Digital Marketing efforts.Read Full Story
With mobile expected to account for 50% of global internet ad spending by 2021, Adjust, the leader in mobile measurement, fraud prevention and cybersecurity, built up capabilities in 2019 to simplify marketing and battle ad fraud, helping mobile advertisers protect their budgets and maximize ROI.Read Full Story
The internet is ripe with millions of customers and billions of dollars in revenue opportunities. However, the process of making sales and/or increasing sales can be arduous, especially in ecommerce. In the online business world, brands are competing with dozens or hundreds of similarly oriented websites in the ecommerce space.Read Full Story
Multi-Language Teams, AI Release Models, Security Myth, and The Internet is for End Users
Lessons From Working With Teams Who Speak English as a Second Language — We normally “take notes in public” by writing down key points in a shared document or chat.
Devices comprising the Internet of Things, such as sensors and small cameras, usually have small memories and limited computational power. The proliferation of such resource-constrained devices in recent years has led to the generation of large quantities of data.Read Full Story
One thing that’s particularly great about the Internet is the Sharing Economy. So much information, know-how, content is given out for free on a daily basis. Here’s three fascinating unpublished books that you can take a look at right now.Read Full Story
Recently, I was trolling around the internet looking for some IP address data to play with. Fortunately, I stumbled across MaxMind’s Geolite Database, which is available for free. All I have to do is include this notice:This product includes GeoLite2 data created by MaxMind, available from http://www.maxmind.com.That’s easy enough.Read Full Story
Here’s a link to slides [Keynote, PDF] for a basic course on Graphical Models for the Internet that I’m giving at MLSS 2011 in Purdue that Vishy Vishwanathan is organizing. The selection is quite biased, limited, and subjective, but it’s meant to complement the other classes at the summer school.
The slides are likely to grow, so in case of doubt, check for updates.
The slides for the 2011 NIPS tutorial on Graphical Models for the Internet are online. Lots of stuff on parallelization, applications to user modeling, content recommendation, and content analysis here.Read Full Story
The Internet of Things (IoT) has revolutionized the world we live in. Every global industry has the impact of IoT on it that only aims to increase the efficiency of business operations and provide better user experience ultimately.Read Full Story
Doing public-facing work, be it open source programming or writing, is an open
invitation to allow internet commenters into your life. It can introduce anxiety,
aggravate depression, induce anger, and more. There are certainly benefits and
positives, but they are often more nebulous, revealing themselves over time in the
form of “visibility” or “recognition”.
IEEE Internet Computing just celebrated its 20th anniversary. On its 20th anniversary, the editorial board created its first ever “The Test of Time” award. I’m honored to say they gave it to our 2003 article, “Amazon.Read Full Story
CALL FOR PAPERS Workshop on Data Mining in Industrial Internet of Things (DMIIOT) to be held in conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Data Mining 2019 in Beijing Data generated by industrial internet of things (IIOT) have been growing at an exponential rate. Data mining plays an essential role in deriving actionable information from these raw data.Read Full Story
Workshop on Data Mining in Industrial Internet of Things (DMIIOT)to be held in conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Data Mining 2019 in BeijingData generated by industrial internet of things (IIOT) have been growing at an exponential rate. Data mining plays an essential role in deriving actionable information from these raw data.Read Full Story
IDC 2020 predictions for the Internet of Things (IoT):
In 2020, 90% of organizations will have determined key performance indicators to measure the success of their IoT projects.
By 2021, 75% of organizations embarking on an IoT project will work with a systems integrator to strategize, plan, deploy, and/or manage the initiative.