WILMINGTON, MA — Below are some of the newest job openings in Wilmington:Full-Time Customer Service Representative at Stafford Manufacturing Corp.Full-Time Research Associate at CuriRx, Inc.Full-Time Research Assistant at CuriRx, Inc.Full-Time Financial Analyst at Charles River LabsFull-Time General Service Manager at Limbach Facility ServicesFull-Time Buyer II at SymboticFull-Time Information Systems Security Manager at L3 Technologies Full-Time Accounts Payable Clerk at AramarkFull-Time Customer Service Specialist at Super Service TodayFull-Time SOX Manager at NRS Global Partners (Contract)(NOTE: Wilmington businesses — Feel free to send me your job postings at firstname.lastname@example.org.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedNOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”NOW HIRING: 50 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of August 18, 2019)In “Business”NOW HIRING: 10 New Job Openings In WilmingtonIn “Business”
BOSTON, MA — In celebration of National Robotics Week (April 6-14, 2019), MassRobotics is hosting a series of statewide open houses at innovative robotics organizations shaping the new Massachusetts technology landscape and the state’s ever-growing robotics cluster.One of these open houses will take place at Symbotic (200 Research Drive) in Wilmington on Friday, April 12 at 11am. Learn more and register HERE.“Massachusetts is a global hub of robot technology development and innovation,” said Tom Ryden, executive director, MassRobotics. “As part of RoboWeek, we hope to increase the public awareness of the importance of the robotics industry in Massachusetts and its tremendous impact on the future by providing an inside look into some of the area’s robotics companies. These events are ideal for investors, those looking to advance their careers in robotics, government officials invested in the Commonwealth’s technology and innovation industry, and businesses interested in collaborating with these smart companies.”From Monday, April 8 to Friday, April 12, robot enthusiasts can get behind-the-scenes tours at Massachusetts’ best-known robotics companies, including:iRobot – Tour the Cool Stuff Museum and Family Innovation Lab, learn about the company and see a demo of a robot in action. Bedford, MA.6 River Systems – Learn about Chuck, a collaborative mobile robot, and how the company is building fulfillment solutions for the warehouses of tomorrow. Waltham, MA.DunkWorks – Part of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s Center for Marine Robotics, see how DunkWorks is accelerating the path of technology to the ocean. Woods Hole, MA.Piaggio Fast Forward – Meet gita, the sustainable, mobile-carrier that follows people on the go while transporting up to 45 pounds and learn about the company’s vision of a sustainable mobility ecology with healthy lifestyles and social connectivity available to all. Boston, MA.Symbotic – Learn how to simplify material handling from manufacturer to store shelf with the combination of proprietary software and mathematics. Wilmington, MA.Artaic – Discover how Artaic is using robotic technology to customize, design and fabricate award-winning mosaics for projects of any size. Boston, MA.FLIR Unmanned Ground Systems – As the world’s leading provider of battle-tested Unmanned Ground Vehicles, get an inside look at how these robots help keep troops, first responders and the public safe. Chelmsford, MA.UMass Lowell NERVE and iHub – As part of the monthly Mass Innovation Nights event series, network with members of the local innovation community and view presentations by local startups and entrepreneurs. To register, visit https://mass.innovationnights.com/events/mass-innovation-nights-121. Lowell, MA.MassRobotics – Meet the masterminds behind the innovation hub for robotics and connected devices. Get a deep dive in how our programming is nurturing the next generation of talent and promoting economic growth. Boston, MA.For registration details, tour dates and times, click HERE.About MassRoboticsMassRobotics is the result of the collective work of a group of engineers, rocket scientists and entrepreneurs with a shared vision to create a strong, vibrant robotics and IoT ecosystem in Massachusetts. MassRobotics’ mission is to help create and scale the next generation of successful robotics and connected devices companies by providing entrepreneurs and innovative robotics/automation startups with the workspace and resources they need to develop, prototype, test and commercialize their products and solutions. See www.massrobotics.org for details.(NOTE: The above press release is from MassRobotics.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWhat’s Happening In Wilmington This Week (April 8-14)In “5 Things To Do Today”NOW HIRING: 60 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of August 4, 2019)In “Business”NOW HIRING: 60 New Job Openings In Wilmington (Week of June 30, 2019)In “Business”
https://data1.ibtimes.co.in/en/full/637299/how-artificial-intelligence-transforming-stock-market.jpgHow artificial intelligence is transforming the stock marketIBTimes UK Indian information technology (IT) giant Infosys is seeking ways to tie up with International Business Machines Corp (IBM) and other firms that offers data analytics or artificial intelligence (AI) platforms to get more business from its existing customers.The company wants to advance the business model that allows it to sell a cognitive platform that will then let its key clients run their businesses more efficiently. That is why Infosys wants to sell solutions like IBM Watson along with service offering, Mint reported.Infosys may now be seeking to tie up with companies that provide AI platforms, but it has already launched its new AI platform called Nia. The platform, launched earlier this year, is capable of helping businesses forecast revenues, understand customer behaviour and also helps companies to scrutinise content of contacts and deal with issues of compliance and fraud.This new AI platform of Infosys is a revised version of Mana, the first AI platform it had introduced last year.Reports last week also suggested that Infosys co-founder Senapathy Gopalakrishnan has picked up stake in Crayon Data — a predictive analytics company in Singapore and Chennai.”I see that the future of business will be the ability to leverage AI and big data to create ‘personal’ digital experiences for millions of customers. Crayon has a unique ability to bridge multiple worlds – analytics to digital, offline to online, internal, and external data,” Gopalakrishnan said in a press conference last week.Future of big data analyticsBig data analytics is the process of taking large quantities of data and using distributed computing platforms to combine and convert it into meaningful results. Analytics companies then use the final data to determine consumer behaviour and offer calculative and predictive results to clients. “Employees are coming to do such courses from a career point of view. There is definitely a transition in terms of the projects IT companies are getting such as cloud movement of IT infrastructure, doing more work on cyber security. This translates into a greater demand for data analytics courses,” said Kashyap Dalal, Chief Business Officer at Simplilearn.Earlier this year, government-owned Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) said it would engage data scientists from Indian Institute of Technology (IITs) and IT firms for large data analysis to raise the company’s output and reduce cost. https://data1.ibtimes.co.in/en/full/637613/how-data-science-helped-identify-londons-most-polluted-parks.jpgHow data science helped to identify Londons most polluted parksIBTimes UK Advancement of AI needs to be controlled for humans to thrive, according to renowned physicist Stephen Hawking.Creative Commons RelatedMore bleak days likely as major IT firms trim workforce by over 4,000Goldman Sachs now hiring engineers to transform service strategyWipro will push McLaren’s sports car business through artificial intelligenceGear change: Face IT industry headwinds with the right skillsets However, this digital process has still not reached the masses. IT companies are still figuring out the possibilities they can explore with big data analytics.But, according to a Business Standard report, data analytics is gaining mass recognition in India and is set to become the next big career dream.Thousands of IT and non-IT professionals are signing up for data science courses. Other courses on demand include cloud computing, machine learning and digital marketing.