Authors: Rajneesh Kumar, Abhinav Kumar Yadav, Sh Nishant Tripathi,
Institute: NIELIT Gorakhpur, UP
Keywords: GSM/GPRS Enabled Embedded Server, Internet of Things based Controlling
The internet has initially started as the “Internet Of Computers”, a global network enabling services that now include the World Wide Web(WWW), File Transfer Protocol and others allowing computers and hence users to communicate with each other and exchange information. There are several definitions for the Internet of Things (IOT) that explain what are the main functionalities of it and what we should expect from when connecting “Things” with each other and with the internet. Internet of Things (IoT) is an ideal emerging technology to influence the internet and communication technologies. Simply “Internet of Things” connects living and non living things through internet. The main aim of this project to enable the users to control and monitor smart devices through internet. In this an interface between users and smart home by using GSM and internet technologies, or simply creating GSM based wireless communication from the web server into the smart home.
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After buying GitHub, four gaming companies and an educational video-discussion vendor, Redmond purchased on June 20 another artificial intelligence (AI) vendor.
Microsoft officials announced the company had signed an agreement to acquire Bonsai. Bonsai, based in Berkeley, Calif., is one of the companies that Microsoft’s Ventures unit (now known as M12) had invested.Bonsai officials describe the company as delivering “the world’s first deep reinforcement learning platform for the enterprise.”
Bonsai officials said the company has been integrating machine-learning and developer tools from Microsoft, Uber, Google and Apple to build its software and services to build AI for industrial applications, according to Bonsai’s web site. (Cue Microsoft’s “intelligent edge” campaign.)
Bonsai uses machine learning to “abstract the low-level mechanics of machine learning” to enable subject matter experts to specify and train autonomous systems to accomplish certain tasks. The training takes place inside a simulated environment, Microsoft officials said in a blog post published today about the acquisition.
Microsoft plans to combine Bonsai’s platform with Azure Machine Learning running on Azure with GPUs and Brainwave, its AI-on-FPGA (field programmable gate array) work. Models built using Brainwave will be deployed and managed in Azure IoT, “giving Microsoft an end-to-end solution for building, operating and enhancing ‘brains’ for autonomous systems,” the Microsoft blog post says.
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