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Data centre for cosmological simulations launched

A team of astrophysicists at the Technical University of Munich have announced a new data center, specifically designed for cosmological studies. The Cosmowebportal was created to address the enormous amounts of data involved in creating, viewing and manipulating cosmological simulations. The Cosmowebportal provides scientists with access to the cosmological hydrodynamic simulations from the Magneticum Pathfinder,… Read More


IBM Cloud selected for BMW connected car

BMW and IBM have announced a partnership to work together on a platform for the connected car. BMW’s CarData platform was created to run on the IBM Bluemix cloud, giving the new platform access to IBM Watson IoT capabilities. The BMW CarData platform helps drivers access third-party providers of diagnostic and repair services or vehicle insurance. CarData collects… Read More


German military to introduce cyber command amid rising threats

The German military is to establish a new cyber command in an effort to bolster defences and tackle growing threats against its networks. A high-value target for hackers, the military registered 284,000 complex and professional attempted breaches in the first two months of 2017. While no damage was incurred, the ministry said that attacks are… Read More


Hitachi develops AI and wearables to assist manufacturing workers

Japanese manufacturing giant Hitachi has teamed up with a German research institute to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) technology which can recognise workers’ actions in real-time using data collected through wearable devices. Hitachi partnered with a team of Smart Data & Knowledge engineers from the German Research Centre for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) to create an… Read More


Study shows extent of consumer intolerance to network delays

A new study undertaken by Ericsson and Vodafone Germany has used electroencephalography (EEG) scanning methods to determine the emotional state of users’ responses to network delays, concluding that tolerance of even very minor connectivity hiccups causes stress and dissatisfaction. The study monitored the brain activity of 150 participant volunteers in Düsseldorf, Germany, who were invited… Read More



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