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AI is more than a buzzword: It’s now being deployed on ships and golf carts

September 20, 2022

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Platform as a service (PaaS) solutions allow for higher-level programming with dramatically reduced complexity; the application's overall development can be more efficient. This article shares two compelling examples showing how a PaaS solution developed in the cloud was transferred to the edge—involving a naval vessel and a golf cart!

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