Job One for Quantum Computers: Boost Artificial Intelligence

Today the mashup of the two seems the most natural thing in the world. Neural networks and other machine-learning systems have become the most disruptive technology of the 21st century. They out-human humans, beating us not just at tasks most of us were never really good at, such as chess and data-mining, but also at […]

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What ‘The Jetsons’ and Society’s Latest and Greatest Innovations Have in Common

The innovations we saw in 2017 came to fruition much faster than even the most optimistic futurists had projected — except, maybe, for the creators of one of my favorite childhood cartoon shows, The Jetsons. As entrepreneur and optimist Peter Diamandis has written in his (and Steven Kotler’s) book, of the same name, we’re living in an age […]

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A chess game got Australian of the Year Michelle Simmons on the path to quantum physics

“It made me think ‘wow he didn’t really expect me to be able to do this’ and that really got me thinking ‘there must be other things that people don’t expect of me, let me find out what they are’.” One of those things was understanding the world at a level of physics and mathematics. […]

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‘SOMOS UNA EMPRESA DE TECNOLOGÍA EN MEDIOS DE PAGO’: PRESIDENTA DE MASTERCARD

Hablar de medios de pago electrónicos (tarjetas débito, crédito y transacciones electrónicas) ha dejado de ser un asunto exclusivo del sector financiero. La tecnología ha comenzado a jugar un papel fundamental ya que las tarjetas están en proceso de migración al mundo digital, sea hacia el celular o a otros dispositivos wearables, como las manillas ya lanzadas […]

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Double Layer Supercapacitors Sales Market New Innovations and Technological Growth 2018 to 2022

Global Double Layer Supercapacitors Sales Market Report 2018 to 2022presents an in-depth assessment of the Double Layer Supercapacitors Sales including enabling key trends, market drivers, challenges, standardization, regulatory landscape, deployment models, operator case studies, opportunities, future roadmap, value chain, player profiles and strategies. The report also presents forecasts for Double Layer Supercapacitors Sales Market investments […]

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Pepper the Robot Lands at New North American Airports

Pepper the robot is coming to an airport near you. Travelers can expect to see more of the 4-foot tall humanoid robot at select HMSHost North American airport restaurants. Pepper greets and engages traveling guests, provides menu details, and even offers menu recommendations. Pepper is a new airport experience that will surprise and delight guests and start […]

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HomePolicy & RegulationQ&A with Suzanna Quintana-Plaza, partner at Siemens innovation unit, next47 Q&A with Suzanna Quintana-Plaza, partner at Siemens innovation unit, next47

Activities focus on five fields of innovation: artificial intelligence, autonomous machines, distributed electrification, connected mobility and so-called blockchain applications, which are designed to simplify and increase the security of data transfers in areas such as industrial operations and energy trading.     Activities focus on five fields

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Anti-Virus companies required to make changes to allow Meltdown/Spectre, future Windows Updates

The latest Windows security updates that Microsoft released to address the Meltdown and Spectre security flaws seem to cause more issues than usual. Last week, the company warned Windows users that due to an issue with some versions of Anti-Virus software, this security path was “only being made applicable to the machines where the Anti virus ISV […]

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What to expect from the world’s biggest consumer electronics display, the Consumer Electronics Show

FROM folding smartphones and robotic cat doors to televisions larger, sharper, and smarter than those currently in our homes, revolutionary technology is expected to emerge from the world’s largest technology show this week. More than 180,000 people will flock to the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to see the world’s biggest technology firms, including […]

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