Eugenie Technologies Private Limited (Mumbai, IN)

Certain embodiments are linked to the system and method of deep learning and unsupervised anomaly detection within Internet of Things (IoT) sensor networks or manufacturing execution systems. The system and method employ an unsupervised predictive GAN model using multi-layer perceptrons (MLP) as generator and discriminator.

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