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The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) has introduced new principles (some of them were already applicable under previous legislations at national and European levels, but they have been more clearly defined in the GDPR) such as for example the right to be forgotten, the data minimisation...
Many companies operate large fleets of complex industrial assets which are similar in kind but different in terms of their concrete specifications. The appplication of traditional AI methods for performance monitoring of such fleets leaves a huge potential untapped, as these methods do not exploit...
The data hype is all around and we are all overwhelmed with “big data” success stories and the bright future of Industry 4.0 applications. However, few seem to fully understand the technological challenges which need to be overcome in order to realize such applications. It is not simply collecting...
By May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will have to be implemented by all companies collecting and processing personal data. This new legislation reinforces the data subject’s rights and privacy when it comes to the processing of his/her personal data. This will change how we...

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