Peggy discusses AI (artificial intelligence) hurdles, such as cyber concerns, and why it is far better to know the hurdles up front. She also digs into the numbers, explaining that AI will soon be part of the enterprise in all industries, with 63% of enterprises having adopted machine learning.
2 Securing the Enterprise in an Age of AI
Peggy and Ron Chebra, vice president of grid modernization, EnerNex, chat about how it is becoming so simple to set up an IoT device, and that we need to be acutely aware and manage all of the things that are part of the enterprise. He explains that data becomes a foundational basis for machine learning and AI, and the difference between being reactive and proactive can be huge. He shares specifically how sensors can begin to feed realtime information for situational awareness.
3 Beware of BYOIoTD
Peggy and Joshua Peschel, assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, Iowa State University, talk about cybersecurity in businesses, such as agriculture. He says security gets tricky and being able to secure devices is key. He says to be aware of bring your own IoT devices and that there is nothing wrong with being a little paranoid when it comes to technology