Anatomy Of 3D Printers

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a process of making three-dimensional solid objects from digital files. Additive processes are used to create 3D-printed objects. In the additive process, multiple layers are placed successively until the object is created. 3D printing uses computer-aided design to create three-dimensional objects using the layering method. With 3D printing becoming popular and the demand surging, 3D Printer Price In Australia and other parts of the world are increasing. If you are planning to buy a 3D printer then visit various online dealers and local shops to compare the 3D printer price in Australia before you invest in it.
There are different components of a 3D printer. Some of them are listed below:
: This is also referred to as the mainboard or the controller board. It is the main unit that facilitates the core operation, directing the different parts and motion components … Read More

Monte Carlo raises $25 million for AI that monitors data reliability

San Francisco-based data reliability startup Monte Carlo today announced that it raised $25 million, bringing the company’s total capital raised to date to over $40 million. Monte Carlo says the proceeds will allow it to foster its community of users and further develop its data and analytics products as it looks to expand the size of its workforce.

It’s estimated that the average company spends upwards of $15 million annually tackling periods of time where data is missing, broken, or otherwise inaccurate. Around 93% of organizations who lose servers for 10 days or more during a disaster file for bankruptcy within the next 12 months, while 43% never reopen and 51% close within two years.

Barr Moses, former VP of customer operations at Gainsight, cofounded Monte Carlo in 2019 with Lior Gavish, an ex-SVP of engineering at Barracuda Networks. Both were struck by what they perceived as an ease of

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IBM, Palantir forge partnership in low-code AI data processing space

IBM and Palantir have announced a partnership to merge hybrid cloud, artificial intelligence (AI), data processing, and operational technology in a new enterprise offering. 

On Monday, the companies said the new solution, Palantir for IBM Cloud Pak for Data, will “simplify how businesses build and deploy AI-infused applications with IBM Watson and help users access, analyze, and take action on the vast amounts of data that is scattered across hybrid cloud environments without the need for deep technical skills.”

Palantir for IBM Cloud Pak for Data brings together Palantir Foundry, a data integration and analysis platform, and IBM Cloud Pak for Data services, including IBM Watson. 

The new enterprise product has been built to reduce data silos and cut out the technical expertise generally required to make use of AI analysis. According to IBM, the offering will be a “no/low-code” platform for deploying AI applications able to process

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Should Cristiano Ronaldo sell purses in India? Humanz Big Data analysis says yes

Cristiano Ronaldo is one of the most liked and followed humans on Instagram — but why would he be so suitable for a purse campaign in India? Tel Aviv, Israel-based Ai-powered platform Humanz thinks he would be perfect for the job.

It ran its algorithm on the footballer and identified some key components that would make him the perfect person for a marketing campaign there: Over one in three (37%) of his audience of authentic users are in India.

Four of the top five interest categories of his audience are: Lifestyle. Fashion, Beauty, and Travel. And a product that cuts across all of these categories is ‘handbags, or purses’.

Additionally, almost seven in ten (69%) of his female audience are old enough to make their own purchase decisions (19 years and older). A perfect match for brands — chosen by AI.

Should Christiano Ronaldo sell purses in India? Humanz Big Data analysis says yes zdnet


The Humanz AI engine identifies suspicious users

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