Google is again taking a technology that was until now in the hands of the rich and experts making it a feature in any application. SyntaxNet will do the same to the complex technology of NLU. With SyntaxNet becoming a free to use open source, Google is doing to NLU what it did in 2011 to communications. Both WebRTC and NLU are technologies. They can be combined together
In the last 3-4 years ARM released a 64-bit designs and expanded it’s offering beyond consumer electronics; it is now competing head to head with Intel also in the server space. ARM’s offering now include low power designs for networking and infrastructure applications, IoT and Automotive. In Q3 only ARM had 38 new licenses to 27 different companies, 14 of them are new ARM customers.
IoT is on the hype and no one wants to be left behind. Mobile device vendors and OS vendors are investing significantly in IoT, At F8 last week Facebook announced it joins the party by adding support for IoT in Parse. The integration of Parse with Facebook is more in the sense of identity, monetization through Facebook ads, access to user’s Facebook information
In a previous post I wrote about IoT solutions coming to us from mobile device and OS vendors. The world of IoT and specifically platforms that allow developers to build services that interact with connected things has more variety. I had an interesting chat with Veselin Pizurica who is the founder of waylay.io. An early stage startup that offers a PaaS for IoT services
IoT is high on the hype cycle for a few years now, 2014 and the 2015 CES event were an important milestone for IoT and specifically for the home environment as a few market influencers made strategic moves. What we see is that different market players are trying to become the market place for applications and services that will manage our homes and things.