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Fastly finds how cyber security strategies suffering as a result of complexity

London, UK – Research released by global edge cloud platform, Fastly, Inc. finds that more than three quarters (76%) of organisations in the UK and Ireland are increasing their cybersecurity spending to protect themselves against future risks. This is despite three in five already feeling their budget is sufficient to protect against the modern threat landscape. 

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US DoD awards $9bn cloud contracts to AWS, Google, Microsoft, Oracle

Google Support Services LLC, Reston, Virginia (HQ003423D0017), is awarded a hybrid (firm-fixed-price and time-and-materials, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity) contract with a ceiling of $9,000,000,000. No funds are being obligated at the time of award; funds will be obligated on individual orders as they are issued.

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Samsung Electronics, NAVER to develop semiconductor solutions optimised for hyperscale AI

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world specialist in advanced memory technology, and NAVER Corporation, a global internet company with top-notch AI technology has announced a wide-reaching collaboration to develop semiconductor solutions tailored for hyperscale artificial intelligence (AI) models. Leveraging Samsung’s memory technologies like computational storage, processing-in-memory (PIM) and processing-near-memory (PNM), as well as Compute Express Link (CXL), the companies intend to pool their hardware and software resources to dramatically accelerate the handling of massive AI workloads.

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Intel, Penn Medicine announce results of medical federated learning study

Intel Labs and the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn Medicine) have completed a joint research study using federated learning a distributed machine learning (ML) artificial intelligence (AI) approach to help international healthcare and research institutions identify malignant brain tumors.

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Bitwarden expands passwordless authentication: Users can now log into web vaults with secondary device

London, UK. 5 December 2022 – Bitwarden, the open source password manager trusted by millions, has unveiled a new passwordless authentication feature. This aims to make it easier and faster for users to access their Bitwarden vaults. This announcement reinforces the Bitwarden commitment to help customers protect sensitive information at every point of their passwordless experience. 

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Variscite simplifies AI/ML and multimedia at the edge with Python API for system on modules

TEL AVIV, Israel. 6 December 2022 – Variscite, a worldwide designer and manufacturer of System on Modules (SoMs) has announced the official launch of the Variscite Python API developer centre. The Variscite Python API, also known as pyvar, simplifies the development of machine learning and multimedia applications for devices built on Variscite’s i.MX8-based SoMs. With the API, building and programming embedded systems and smart/edge devices for AI/ML is faster and easier, even for beginners.

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Intel research fuels Moore’s Law, paves the way to a trillion transistors by 2030

Intel unveiled research fueling its innovation pipeline for keeping Moore’s Law on track to a trillion transistors on a package in the next decade. At IEEE International Electron Devices Meeting (IEDM) 2022, Intel researchers showcased advancements in 3D packaging technology with a new 10x improvement in density; novel materials for 2D transistor scaling beyond RibbonFET, including super-thin material just 3 atoms thick; new possibilities in energy efficiency and memory for higher-performing computing; and advancements for quantum computing.

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Micropsi Industries’ AI software MIRAI enable increasingly flexible automation

Micropsi Industries has announced that its artificial intelligence (AI)-based software MIRAI is now compatible with numerous robots produced by FANUC, a supplier of robotics and factory automation in Japan, and its U.S. subsidiary FANUC America. With MIRAI, FANUC customers can now add valuable hand-eye coordination to multiple FANUC industrial and collaborative robots (cobots) to handle difficult-to-automate functions such as cable plugging and assembly.

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Cognite launches native simulator integration workflows to advance industrial AI/ML digital solutions at Scale

Cognite, a global specialist in industrial software has announced the launch of native simulator integration and Hybrid AI workflow capabilities for its Industrial DataOps platform, Cognite Data Fusion. These hybrid AI workflows combine the best of data-driven machine learning and physics-based modeling to deploy advanced digital solutions at scale, including solutions for sensitive production use cases that can reduce costs and increase proactive decision-making that can optimise production.

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Verana Health to enable cloud-based access to its curated, de-identified RWD through AWS data exchange

Verana Health a digital health company elevating quality in real-world data (RWD) has announced that its curated, de-identified real-world data (RWD) and Qdata modules will soon be available to license in AWS Data Exchange, an Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud-native service that makes it easy for AWS customers to find, subscribe to, and use third-party data.

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New technology using smartwatches for joint replacement patients can help in the healing and recovery process

Jeffrey DeClaire, M.D., founder of the Michigan Knee Institute, Rochester, MI, is tracking the recovery and activity level of his knee replacement patients before and after surgery via their smart watches. Using artificial intelligence through a patient’s smart watch, Dr. DeClaire and his medical team can track progress made before and after knee replacement surgery. Dr. DeClaire is one of a handful of physicians to participate in the national study where a patient’s progress after surgery is tracked through their smart watch and the mymobility app. Participants in the study are also required to do daily recovery exercises, record progress notes and report back via text to Dr. DeClaire and his staff. 

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Cerebras Systems, Cirrascale Cloud Services debuts AI model studio to train GPT-class models with 8x accuracy

Cerebras Systems, the specialist in accelerating artificial intelligence (AI) compute, and Cirrascale Cloud Services, a provider of deep learning infrastructure solutions for autonomous vehicle, NLP, and computer vision workflows, today announced the availability of the Cerebras AI Model Studio. Hosted on the Cerebras Cloud @ Cirrascale, this new offering enables customers to train generative Transformer (GPT)-class models, including GPT-J, GPT-3 and GPT-NeoX, on Cerebras Wafer-Scale Clusters, including the newly announced Andromeda AI supercomputer.

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Laiye, Ciklum to bring work execution system to European retailers and the iGaming sector

London, UK – Work Execution System (WES) specialist Laiye has announced the first global WES Co-Innovation partnership with Ciklum, a digital transformation company with more than 20 worldwide offices and 4,000+ developers, analysts and engineers specialising in Intelligent Automation, Data & Analytics and Custom Product Engineering. 

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Astrocast launches four spacecraft; increases constellation to 14 satellites

Lausanne, Switzerland & Sriharikota, India, 28 November 2022 – Astrocast, a global nanosatellite IoT network operator, launched four Astrocast 3U spacecraft on Saturday, 26th November into space. This launch is a significant milestone for Astrocast’s nanosatellite IoT network; and enables the company to increase its commercial constellation to 14 satellites making Astrocast one of the top 40 satellite operators in the world, based on the number of satellites currently in orbit.

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Derby Stars boost play-to-earn gaming trend on Metaverse through its herd of digital horses

Blockchain technology is becoming increasingly mainstream, boosted by the development and innovation around Web3 and the metaverse. Despite being in its infancy, blockchain has already established itself as a significant component of the gaming industry. CryptoKitties was the first well-known blockchain game which allowed users to breed and mint new NFT kitties that could later be sold on NFT marketplaces. As a result of the introduction of NFTs into the gaming industry, a play-to-earn, or P2E, trend emerged that encourages players to earn money while playing. In-game items, rewards, and settings can all be turned into NFTs by tokenising them. 

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Viz.ai launches AI-powered Viz radiology suite

Viz.ai, the specialist in AI-powered disease detection and intelligent care coordination has announced the introduction of an AI-powered radiology suite, specifically designed to alert the radiologist in their workflow of suspected diseases, prioritise worklists, and connect care teams in real-time. The Viz Radiology Suite integrates into the picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) of healthcare organisations to securely facilitate access to imaging data across departments and streamline patient diagnosis.

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Bluvec, Draganfly to enable specific military, civil UAS threat detection and intervention

Draganfly Inc, a drone solutions and systems developer, is pleased to announce that Bluvec a developer of Deep Signal Inspection (DSI) technology and a supplier of counter-drone technology in the industry has selected Draganfly to create joint solutions enabling specific Military and Civil UAS Threat Detection Intervention.

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Perspectum, Nuance to enable integrated digital care platforms to improve patient care for metabolic disease

Perspectum and Nuance Communications, Inc., a Microsoft company has announced at the 108th Radiological Society of North America’s (RSNA) Annual Meeting (RSNA Booth #7938) their collaboration to deliver at scale Perspectum’s integrated digital platform suite for metabolic disease care and management. This new collaboration will help accelerate adoption of Perspectum’s non-invasive quantitative multiparametric MR (Magnetic Resonance) software services across the over 12,000 US health care facilities using Nuance’s expanding Precision Imaging Network.

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Babel Street to acquire Rosette, a AI-Powered platform from BasisTech

Babel Street, a data-to-knowledge company has announced it will acquire Rosette, the AI-powered text analytics platform, from BasisTech. The combination of Babel Street and Rosette will form an enhanced data analytics and intelligence software platform, delivering rapid, rich insights across the threat intelligence, risk mitigation, and identity markets.

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Flywheel building federated data platform for development of unbiased breast imaging AI

Flywheel, the data management platform for biomedical research and collaboration, is creating a federated data network aimed at improving artificial intelligence (AI) for breast imaging. Funded in part by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the federated network will support breast imaging AI research and collaboration on a scale not previously possible.

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Densitas uses Nuance’s Precision Imaging Network to boost patient outcomes with workflow-integrated AI

Densitas Inc., a global provider of AI solutions for digital mammography and breast screening has announced that it has connected to the Nuance Precision Imaging Network (PIN), a secure nationwide cloud platform empowering collaborative care teams with streamlined communications and workflow-integrated AI insights from diagnostic imaging to improve healthcare outcomes and costs.

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Should employees get paid for electricity bills? workers must act now, says experts

30 November 2022 – Soaring energy bills all over Europe have many remote employees rethinking their arrangements with their employers compensation-wise. As many recently received much higher bills for electricity, working from home is becoming more expensive than commuting to the office. The increased cost of living and the continuing fight for talents across industries make now the best time for workers to act on boosting their compensation packages or asking for a salary raise.

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