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How robotics is shaping and shifting the next generation of data centre

We are at the beginning of a long and exciting journey, where robotics can complement humans to improve data centre operations, says Giuseppe Leto, Global Data Centre Portfolio Manager at Siemens For everyone involved in data centres, the evolution of robotics is of great interest. It is a topic that is getting relevant visibility in all kinds of… Read More


An international lawyer sets out his vision of AI regulation

In recent years there has been a deluge of articles describing, often in apocalyptic terms, the imminent and fundamental changes to the social and political fabric artificial intelligence will bring  Our roads will soon be brimming with autonomous or semiautonomous cars, weaving in seamless formation according to the whims of an algorithm digesting data in… Read More


AWS gives green light for autonomous and cloud-connected robots

AWS RoboMaker simplifies the developing, testing, and deploying of robotics applications, and allows developers to build intelligent robots on the cloud AWS re:Invent kicked off this week, Amazon’s annual festival of cloud where it showcases its latest cloud products, developments and roadmaps. More of machine learning? It’s safe to say that last year’s re:Invent was all about machine… Read More


Babylon or otherwise, AI and emerging tech can save the NHS

This week’s BBC Horizon critically explored Babylon Healthcare, an ambitious UK startup that’s AI-driven ‘GP at Hand’ is registering patients in London by the bucketload. Despite the uncertainty surrounding Babylon’s efforts, Louise Rogerson, COO of Howz, cautions that if the NHS is to see another seventieth birthday, it must adapt to a new world Earlier this… Read More


AI system predicts business cyberattacks hatched in dark web forums

An international cybersecurity research team has developed an AI system that predicts business targeted cyberattacks from forum discussions on the dark web The dark web refers to the underbelly of the internet, cut loose from search engine indexes and accessible only via specialist browsers like Tor. Darkweb or deep-web marketplaces and forums are well known… Read More



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