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VieCure partners with Clarified Precision Medicine to accelerate the adoption of Precision oncology

Denver& Tampa, Florida – VieCure, a cancer care company with artificial intelligence, informatics, and clinical decision support platform, announced a new strategic collaboration with Clarified Precision Medicine which will make precision oncology more accessible for patients and community oncologists. In recent years there has been a large shift towards the use of cancer treatments which respond specifically to the molecular profile of the cancer (e.g., genomic data). These data are complex, considerable, and difficult to access at the community oncology level.

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AITX’s subsidiary Robotic Assistance Devices to deploy school firearm detection system

Detroit, Michigan, 10 August 2022 – Artificial Intelligence Technology Solutions, Inc, announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Robotic Assistance Devices, Inc. (RAD) has received a Letter of Intent (LOI) with an east coast parochial school to deploy 2 ROSA security robots with firearm detection technology. Coinciding with this deployment, RAD is announcing the integration of its RADSoC with its full suite of AI analytics with existing networks of security cameras. The school presently has approximately 120 security cameras, of which 50 will be connected to the RAD ecosystem.

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SpaceLink signs co-operative R&D agreement with U.S. Army

Mclean, VA, 8 August 2022 – SpaceLink, the company that is building the Communications Superhighway for the Space Economy, announced that it has entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command Technical Centre (USASMDC-TC) in Redstone Arsenal, Alabama. Under the agreement, the organisations will work together to explore alternative space communications pathways that ensure resiliency and reduce sensor-to-shooter latency.

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TFDA approves autonomous neurosurgical navigation robot, NaoTrac, from Brain Navi biotechnology

7 August 2022 – NaoTrac, the CE-certified neurosurgical navigation robot, achieved approval from Taiwan’s Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) in July 2022, and is planned for submission to the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) for clearance by the end of 2022.

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QinetiQ US wins $45mn army prototyping and integration contract

Lorton, VA – QinetiQ US, a defense company providing mission-critical solutions in robotics and autonomous systems, sensing, protection systems, and autonomous vehicles announced that it has won the Fort Belvoir Prototyping Integration Facility (BPIF) task order under the Deployable Adaptive Global Responder Support (DAGRS) IDIQ contract vehicle.

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VIPRE Security Group introduces its latest endpoint detection and response (EDR) technology

8 August 2022 – VIPRE Security Group, a global cybersecurity, privacy, and data protection company, announces that it is preparing to add a new cybersecurity tool to its comprehensive suite of offerings. The new solution, VIPRE Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), is designed to help small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and IT partners navigate the complexities of EDR management from a single, easy-to-use console. 

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How to make object storage part of your security arsenal

By 2031, it is projected that ransomware attacks will occur approximately every two seconds across the globe. At the same time, security breaches are also becoming more expensive. The average cost of a data breach is estimated to be $4.24 million (€4.14 million). And to make matters worse, attackers are now highly sophisticated, with new attack vectors emerging on a frequent basis, says Paul Speciale, chief marketing officer, Scality.

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Introducing the Google universal image embedding challenge

Computer vision models see daily application for a wide variety of tasks, ranging from object recognition to image-based 3D object reconstruction. One challenging type of computer vision problem is instance-level recognition (ILR) given an image of an object, the task is to not only determine the generic category of an object (e.g., an arch), but also the specific instance of the object (”Arc de Triomphe de l’Étoile, Paris, France”).

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Low-light imaging being applied to more types of cameras, and integrated with AI capabilities, says Hikvision

China, 4 August 2022 – Low-light imaging technology goes much further in protecting worksites, people, and assets during night time and off-duty hours. This critical technology is now applied to a much more diverse range of security products and getting integrated with AI capabilities. With that integration comes the benefits of cameras that “see in the dark in full colour,” reaching more kinds of security settings and scenarios.

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Intellimize releases AI powered copy suggestions for marketers to instantly personalise websites that convert more

San Francisco, CA. 4 August 2022 – Intellimize, marketing’s most intelligent website conversion and dynamic personalisation platform, unveiled many new capabilities to provide greater scale, speed, and agility for leaner marketing teams.

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Quantinuum closes in on breakeven point in quantum error correction

Broomfield, Col., 4 August 2022 – Quantinuum researchers have hit a significant milestone by entangling logical qubits in a fault-tolerant circuit using real-time quantum error correction. The research, published in a new scientific paper that was released on August 3rd, is the experimental comparison study of different quantum error correction codes in similar environments and presents a collection of several different experiments. These experiments include:

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CornerstoneAI, Carahsoft partner to offer AI data bias, cybersecurity solutions to fed agencies

Miami, Fl, and Reston, VA. 4 August 2022 – CornerstoneAI, provider of Ethical and Responsible AI Services and Solutions, and Carahsoft Technology Corp., The Trusted Government IT Solutions Provider, today announced a partnership. Under this agreement, Carahsoft will serve as CornerstoneAI’s Master Government Aggregator, making their artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) solutions available to the Public Sector through Carahsoft’s reseller partners and NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) V, OMNIA Partners and National Cooperative Purchasing Alliance (NCPA) contracts.

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Veritone creates AI-driven revenue opportunities for media & entertainment companies in AWS

Veritone, Inc, creator of aiWARE, which describes itself as “a hyper-expansive enterprise artificial intelligence (AI) platform”, is extending its work with Amazon and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to support its Media & Entertainment (M&E) customers. Last year, Veritone joined the AWS for Media & Entertainment initiative that helped content creators, rights holders, producers and distributors easily identify industry-specific AWS capabilities and accelerate transformation across five key industry innovation centres. By continuing to support the AWS for Media & Entertainment initiative, Veritone reaffirms its commitment to modernising how IP owners of all sizes produce, distribute and ultimately monetise their content.

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Vodafone and the University of Oxford tackle bias bots

Film makers have long embraced the concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI) robots mimicking human minds, and not always with a happy ending. Vodafone is working with the University of Oxford to avoid such an outcome. While the opportunities for innovation in AI are immense, the company is also guarding against any pitfalls that arise as the new technology matures.

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Is there really such a thing as a strong password in an increasingly digital world?

Despite being a common occurrence, when user accounts are compromised there is usually no immediate evidence of a cyberattack. In fact, rather than an obvious incident impacting an application or server a website is hosted on, user passwords can be silently hijacked from previous data leaks. Once a hacker has access to an account, they may proceed undetected and there’s no guarantee the owner will be aware or informed until tell-tale damage is done, says Aubrey Turner, executive advisor at Ping Identity.

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ExtraHop report shows prevalence and cyber risks of internet exposed network protocols

Seattle, WA., USA. 4 August2022 – ExtraHop, a specialist in cloud-native network intelligence, today released findings from the ExtraHop Benchmarking Cyber Risk and Readiness report. It shows a significant percentage of organisations expose insecure or highly sensitive protocols, including SMB, SSH, and Telnet, to the public internet. Whether intentional or accidental, these exposures broaden the attack surface of any organisation by providing cyberattackers an easy entry point into the network.

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How hybrid working has changed company culture

Undeniably, many working lives completely transformed over the past two years. People that had never had the chance to work from home before, suddenly were given a taste of what it was like. Now the genie is out of the bottle, it’s no surprise that the majority of employees want to continue working with this level of flexibility in their lives, says Judith Hogan, senior director for EMEA at Poly.

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Leveraging 5G and edge based AI video analytics to generate real-time data

Opportunities created by the ever-increasing availability of 5G are wide-ranging in number across the transportation sector, from responding to safety incidents in real-time, to ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience for passengers. 5G promises enormous possibilities for travel providers at railways stations and other transportation hubs, as well as across the transport infrastructure and the freight industry, says Chris Bishop, marketing director, Ipsotek, an Atos company.

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Fraudsters versus algorithms? How technology and talent must combine to tackle fraud

In November 2021, Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) data revealed that over twenty one thousand fraudulent motor policies were potentially linked to ‘ghost broking’ in the previous 12 months, with the ABI stating almost a six figure sum of fraudulent motor applications being confirmed or suspected. With the threat of insurance fraud ever-present and with criminals continually probing insurers and brokers to uncover gaps, a mixture of artificial intelligence, data science and digitally skilled investigative colleagues are vital in the industry-wide fight back.

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Retailer Boots launches INNOVATE Agile Incubator backed by TCS to develop tech ideas

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Boots, a UK-based health and beauty retailer, have launched the new INNOVATE workspace, powered by TCS Pace, at the Boots headquarters in Nottingham. The new workspace is aimed at nurturing a start-up culture within the organisation, helping Boots to uncover opportunities to leverage emerging technology. 

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