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Harnessing digital twin and BIM technologies for smarter cities

The COVID-19 pandemic has clearly altered the way we as humans experience the cities we live in, says Sebastien Paris, CEO of ONHYS, accelerating multiple macro trends. Populations are set to continue to rise until at least 2050, and hedging against operational risk in an urban context has become mission-critical for many public servants and city operators.

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EU tackling AI’s impact on freedom of expression

European ministers responsible for media and information society will meet online on 10 and 11 June to discuss the ways to address the challenges to freedom of expression brought by massive digitalisation in the media and information environment including the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and by the serious backsliding in the safety of journalists.

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Industrial and automotive sectors using neuromorphic for AI compute

“AI is hungry for performance, and Moore’s law dynamics will not suffice to cover the needs of the ongoing 5G/IoT/AR/Robotic revolution. The ecosystem is and will stay R&D-oriented for the next 3 to 5 years.” asserts Adrien Sanchez, technology & market analyst, computing & software division at Yole Developpement (Yole).

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From life saving to manure recycling, hackathon winners use AI, analytics

The winners of the SAS global Hackathon delivered solutions to vexing problems by using big data artificial intelligence (AI). Teams from across the globe used cloud-native SAS Viya advanced analytics, Microsoft Azure, and other tools to improve people’s lives, enhance businesses and promote a healthy planet.

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