The armed forces are increasingly adopting new technologies that can keep soldiers safer, but experts worry that they might be crossing some dangerous lines.
A new wearable brain-machine interface (BMI) system could improve the quality of life for people with motor dysfunction or paralysis, even those struggling with locked-in syndrome—when a person is fully conscious but unable to move or communicate.
The European Commissions wants an end to anonymous cryptocurrency transfers within the EU.
Use agnostic sensors about to unlock a whole heap of robotics and IoT applications.
In a pandemic-induced era of scarcity, a bit of automation can go a long way to obtaining the unobtainable.
A new veterans initiative has come at the time when the veterans department is undertaking its multi-year Veteran Centric Reform program alongside Services Australia, where calls have been made by union members to bring its IT functions back in-house.
3D printed dental devices, hearing aids, and cochlear implants are some of the potential medical parts that CSIRO believes its newly developed silicone resins can be used to help produce.
Blue Origin's New Shepard successfully carried out its first commercial flight with four crew members, including its billionaire founder, in the cabin.
Researchers have unveiled a new simulator for robotic cutting that can accurately reproduce the forces acting on a knife as it slices through common foodstuffs, such as fruit and vegetables. The system could also simulate cutting through human tissue, offering potential applications in surgical robotics.
We all like to think that we know ourselves best, but given that our brain activity is largely governed by our subconscious mind, it is probably our brain that knows us better. While this is only a hypothesis, researchers from Japan have already proposed a content recommendation system that assumes this to be true.
The UK’s wealth management sector has experienced significant growth in recent years and handles around £948bn of assets, equivalent to about 46% of the UK GDP. As such a vast industry, it’s not surprising that financial institutions and wealth management firms are looking to be early adopters of the latest AI technologies.
Driving down the error rate in quantum qubits is key area of research. Google has taken a step forward.
Researchers from Skoltech and their colleagues from Mobile TeleSystems have introduced the notion of inappropriate text messages and released a neural model capable of detecting them, along with a large collection of such messages for further research.
It is a scenario familiar to anyone who has driven down a crowded, narrow street: Parked cars line both sides, and there isn't enough space for vehicles traveling in both directions to pass each other. One has to duck into a gap in the parked cars or slow and pull over as far as possible for the other to squeeze by.
More than 700 imaging satellites are orbiting the earth, and every day they beam vast oceans of information—including data that reflects climate change, health and poverty—to databases on the ground. There's just one problem: While the geospatial data could help researchers and policymakers address critical challenges, only those with considerable wealth and expertise can access it.
SugarCRM is hoping the tool will detect "customer intent and emotional state" so that sales and service professionals can "produce the right answers and outcomes quickly and confidently."
Automation: In an uncertain world it's the only way forward for many companies.
Business leaders are thinking of creating new hubs in a move away from traditional technology innovation centers.