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HEAVY.AI launches digital twin for telco network planning, building and operations, leveraging the NVIDIA omniverse platform

20 September 2022 – HEAVY.AI, a specialist in advanced analytics, has announced HeavyRF, an extension of the company’s deep analytics platform that uses NVIDIA Omniverse to create digital twins that help telco network operators speed deployments of wireless networks.

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SAIC and Rogue Space Systems Corporation partner to deliver services for objects orbiting earth

Science Applications International Corp. and Rogue Space Systems Corporation has announced a strategic partnership to develop solutions that provide rapidly deliverable In-Orbit Service Assembly and Manufacturing (ISAM), asset inspection and Space Situational Awareness (SSA).

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The ISO standard that’s helping UK businesses treat their energy headaches

Rising domestic energy bills have been in the news a lot lately, but there’s been less coverage of what these rising energy costs mean for businesses. Although the energy price cap for households has recently been confirmed, there has been no further clarity about the support being offered for businesses. Ofgem said that details of “equivalent support” would be published “in due course” and that more focused support will be offered for particularly vulnerable or energy-intensive industries. In the meantime, many businesses across the UK are facing a five-fold increase in energy costs, says Matthew Margetts is a director at Smarter Technologies.

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“From chatbots to TikTok” customer self-service in the social media age

The way in which consumers interact with businesses and search for information from them is rapidly changing. While many people still rely on ‘traditional’ search engines to provide answers to their queries, the first port of call for today’s younger generations is often through social media platforms. According to recent research, when looking for recommendations on where to eat, 40% of Generation Z will use TikTok or Instagram, rather than Google Maps or Search, says Gary Bennett, VP UKI/MEA/Northern Europe at Enghouse Interactive.

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Intel and Mila join forces for responsible AI

Intel has announced a three-year strategic research and co-innovation collaboration with Mila, an artificial intelligence research institute based in Montreal. As part of this renewed commitment, more than 20 researchers across Intel and Mila will focus on developing advanced AI techniques to tackle global challenges such as climate change, new materials discovery and digital biology.

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Kinara and Arcturus partnership to provide high performance AI solutions for smart city and industry 4.0 applications

Kinara, Inc., a developer of unrivaled Edge AI solutions that accelerate and optimise real-time decision making, today announced that it has partnered with Arcturus Networks Inc., a provider of edge AI analytics and enablement for smart city applications, to help customers deliver high-performance, cost-optimised AI solutions.

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Motion2AI launches MotionInsight, its new AI-driven warehouse management tool

17 September 2022 – Motion2AI introduced MotionInsight, its latest innovative solution for warehouse management. The product harnesses data captured by Motion2AI’s MotionKit and MotionAPI to provide supervisors and managers unmatched visibility into the operations and performance of their warehouses. 

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Stanford engineers develop new wearable device to monitor tumor size

Engineers at Stanford University have created a small, autonomous device with a stretchable and flexible sensor that can be adhered to the skin to measure the changing size of tumors below. The non-invasive, battery-operated device is sensitive to one-hundredth of a millimetre (10 micrometres) and can beam results to a smartphone app wirelessly in real time with the press of a button.

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Samsung introduces clinical values of its AI diagnostic solutions at ISUOG World Congress 2022

Samsung Medison, a global medical equipment company and an affiliate of Samsung Electronics, will be participating at ISUOG (International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics & Gynecology) World Congress 2022 held in London, U.K. from the 16th of September through the 18th.

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Artificial intelligence spending grew 20.7% worldwide in 2021, says IDC

Worldwide revenues for the artificial intelligence (AI) market, including software, hardware, and services for both AI centric and AI non-centric applications*, totaled $383.3 billion (€383.78 billion) in 2021, an increase of 20.7% over the prior year, according to the most recent International Data Corporation (IDCWorldwide Semiannual Artificial Intelligence Tracker. IDC expects the AI market value will reach nearly $450 billion (€450.56 billion) in 2022 and maintain a year-over-year growth rate in the high teens throughout the five-year forecast.

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Quantum Technologies can help tackle climate, hunger, disease, but a massive skills gap stands in the way

Geneva, Switzerland, 13 September 2022 Quantum technologies offer huge potential for finding solutions to complex global challenges. But the focus on cybersecurity risks, which are solvable if decision-makers act now, is obscuring their application to the threats of climate, hunger and disease.

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Data key to bridging gap between net zero ambition and action, says Capgemini

Paris, France. 15 September 2022 – Emissions data must be used to its full potential to help organisations stay on track to achieve their net zero targets. However, Capgemini Research Institute’s newest report, Data for Net Zero: Why data is key to bridging the gap between net zero ambition and action, finds that while a vast majority of organisations recognise the value of emissions data (85%), half of the organisations surveyed say that their business teams are not equipped well enough to use this data to drive decision making.

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Now’s the time for online retailers to embrace the edge

Online shopping is an entirely different beast compared to what it was just a few short years ago; seemingly overnight, the world has embraced an appetite for digital-first careers, services, connections and, you guessed it, shopping experiences. To satiate this appetite, e-commerce companies have had to accelerate their digital transformation journey and provide an online experience that better aligns with their customer’s new, post-pandemic needs, says Ed Gray, UKCE senior sales director for commerce at Fastly.

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Globalisation 2.0: A new approach to global commerce

Over the past two years, the world seems to have entered a new era of great and constant instability, with profound repercussions for international trade and consumers. All this unrest has led many to ask the question: is this the end of globalisation and capitalism as we know it? Alex Macpherson, senior director at Manhattan Associates UK, omnichannel and ecommerce experts, reports.

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How cloud computing can help businesses in the current financial climate

Cloud computing has played an integral role for many businesses on their ever-expanding digitisation journeys over the past decade. To see how popular the technology remains in growing organisations, we only have to look to one of the industry’s biggest names, Oracle. In its most recent quarterly results, the firm exceeded expectations as demand for cloud services continued to rocket, says Adam Gaca, cloud operations business line manager at Future Processing – member of the SoDA network

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Human Horizons launches the ultra-futuristic digital GT, HiPhi Z

5 September 2022 – Industry specialist in new mobility and intelligent driving, Human Horizons, has officially launched its second flagship vehicle, the ultra-futuristic digital GT, HiPhi Z. The high-tech and ultra-luxurious car is aimed at “forward-thinking creators”, combining the latest in technological innovation with all the comforts of a luxury vehicle under the new market segment of TECHLUXE. The HiPhi Z was officially launched on August 26th and has started accepting orders.

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Dada Now on WAIC: AI brings better efficiency and customer experience for on-demand delivery

5 September 2022 – Dada Group‘s Dada Now is a local on-demand delivery platform in China, providing indispensable delivery infrastructure to local retail in the new era. Bing FU, general manager of Dada Now, gave a speech on the topic “AI empowers on-demand delivery infrastructure” at the World Artificial Intelligence Conference (WAIC) held in Shanghai, elaborating how to improve efficiency and bring better fulfillment experience for customers, merchants and riders.

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Datavant partners with Premier’s PINC AI applied sciences division to deliver improved quality of care

1 September 2022 – Datavant, a specialist in helping organisations securely connect health data, and PINC AI Applied Sciences (PAS), a division of PINC AI, the technology and services platform of Premier, Inc., today announced a collaboration to compliantly link real-world data. These robust datasets include detail on treatments, procedures, and devices used during inpatient or outpatient visits, linked to other sources such as claims and mortality, to generate insights on patient care and cost variability.

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Aftermath Islands, Liquid Avatar debut Meta Park Pass to verify real users in Web 3 Universe

Aftermath Islands Metaverse Limited together with Liquid Avatar Technologies Inc. is excited to announce the introduction of Liquid Avatar’s Meta Park Pass, a Web 3 based digital identity credential that allows users to simply and easily prove themselves as a “real person” without disclosing personally identifiable information to a website, gaming platform, eCommerce site and other online platforms.

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Belfrics completes blockchain based M1 demo for India’s flagship programme ABDM

2 September 2022 – Life Clips, Inc. announced that Mr. Vazeem Jadeer, director, Mr. Satish Shekar – principal consultant and Ms. Sanchi Singh category and relationship manager of BelfricsBT Private Limited, met with the officials of India’s National Health Authority (NHA) on the 24th of August, 2022 to complete the first blockchain-based M1 (Milestone 1) demo and discuss how Belfrics could make ABDM blockchain compliant for various modules within ABDM eco-system like insurance and healthcare practitioners’ membership modules.

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VentureDive acquires AI & data analytics company, NexDegree to help clients accelerate digital transformation

Karachi, Pakistan, 2 September 2022 – VentureDive, a global full-service technology provider, announced today that it has reached an agreement to acquire NexDegree, a data products & solutions company. With this strategic acquisition, the two companies will join forces to create comprehensive technology solutions that harness the power of data to accelerate growth.

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