Oracle counts on AI for new version of IoT

Oracle counts on AI for new version of IoT

Oracle has expanded its cloud service Internet of Things (IoT) so that the data processing tool now relies on the help of neural networks. AI ​​sets data records of a company's production facilities in relation to company data, which is supposed to benefit manufacturing, maintenance, logistics and service processes. The programs detect irregularities and machine failures, and automatically propose the appropriate solutions. The central point of the software, however, is the ability to learn. The AI ​​should be able to train its skills and thus optimise the efficiency and the experience of individual applications on its own.

Congratulations to the Oracle team for their progress!

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