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Applying Blockchain to Cybersecurity

by Tim Heath on 2018-01-17 10:30AM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW

Blockchain technology's key attribute is that it enables secure information transmission on the network with no human involvement. That's useful.

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Pentagon Seeks Laser-Powered Bat Drones

by Tim Heath on 2018-01-10 02:28PM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-Defence, FREE TO VIEW

Flying robots that move like living animals, crafted of next-generation materials that draw their power from energy beamed from nearby aircraft.

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Google To Open An AI Centre In Beijing

by Tim Heath on 2017-12-19 12:05PM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW, BUSINESS-Services-IT & Telecoms

Google's search engine is blocked in China, yet both have ambitions to become AI superpowers and that's enough to overcome their differences.

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More Businesses Could Use Machine Learning

by Tim Heath on 2017-12-06 10:03AM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW

Few fields promise to “disrupt” life as we know it quite like machine learning, but many applications of machine learning technology go unseen.

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China Intends To Be An AI Superpower

by Tim Heath on 2017-12-05 11:07AM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, GOVERNMENT-National, FREE TO VIEW

The present economic and military balance of power could change as China rushes to develop leading edge artificial intelligence technology.

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Toyota Is Making Humanoid Workers

by Tim Heath on 2017-12-01 10:27AM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW

Neither Replicant nor Robocop: Toyota has designed a human assistance robot with a range of applications that is meant to be 'Fun & Friendly'.

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3D Mapping Can Locate Survivors In Burning Buildings

by Tim Heath on 2017-11-28 12:55PM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW

Researchers are working on signal processing methods for imaging & material characterisation which, combined with radar, could be life-saving.

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Computers Say ‘No’ But AI’s Decisions Must Be Fair & Transparent

by Tim Heath on 2017-11-21 03:30PM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW

Researchers have documented a long list of AIs that make bad decisions because of coding mistakes or ingrained biases in the training data.

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When Guns And AI Work Together

by Tim Heath on 2017-11-21 08:41AM in TECHNOLOGY-New, NEWS-News Analysis, FREE TO VIEW

As with smart lamps, TV and smart cars, AI technology is making guns a lot more intelligent.

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Artificial Intelligence Needs Regulation

by Neil Telford on 2017-11-07 08:07PM in FREE TO VIEW, NEWS-News Analysis, TECHNOLOGY-New

As AI becomes widely available it is driving forward a wide range of industrial applications, but there are some big concerns over cybersecurity.

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