Jun 11th 2020IT WILL BE as if the world had created a second China, made not of billions of people and millions of factories, but of algorithms and humming computers. PwC, a professional-services firm, predicts that artificial intelligence (AI) will add $16trn to the global economy by 2030. The...
Gillian Ewers, vice president of marketing at electronics company PragmatIC, discusses how RFID technology can be used throughout healthcare.  PragmatIC integrated circuit The pressures facing the healthcare sector in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic are unprecedented. Despite the...
The “sophisticated state-based” cyber-attack Australian prime minister Scott Morrison has warned about is not particularly sophisticated, according to experts, but serves as a wake-up call for businesses to keep their systems patched and secure, and to remain alert. On Friday morning, Morrison announced Australian government agencies and businesses had been...
June 12 (UPI) -- Paleontologists have recovered 48,000-year-old evidence of bow-and-arrow technology -- the earliest such evidence found outside Africa -- from a Sri Lankan cave. Researchers also found tools that were likely used to make clothing, technology thought to be limited to cold-weather populations, according to a study published...
This article is part of a series in which Brooks Pierce highlights clients that are going above and beyond to help combat the effects of the COVID-19 crisis in their communities. Lithios, a Raleigh-based mobile application design company, develops creative, cutting-edge apps for companies ranging from local start-ups to Fortune...
Smart appliances that can be controlled remotely and will let you know if there is a fault or other problem may not be worth paying extra for unless manufacturers commit to keeping software updated, Which? has warned. The consumer group said that smart fridges, dishwashers and tumble dryers cost hundreds...
Facebook appears to be blocking the hashtag #Sikh for a number of users. This was highlighted by a huge number of users on Twitter and independently verified by Gadgets 360 as well. Curiously, the blocking of the hashtag appears to be happening selectively, as some members accounts could not...
Where Technology Meets Healthcare  Video conferencing and virtual meetings are now the new normal and will continue to be for the near, if not far, future.  The workforce has quickly become accustomed to co-working online and from home which may very well remain the situation for many people that used...
Loaded terms: Technology professionals have long used “whitelist” and “blacklist” for certain software rules, along with “master” and “slave” to describe the control relationship between hardware components. The ISPAB plans to formally urge agencies to abandon these and other terms that evoke the legacy of oppression that the Black...
Take a look around your studio. If you're anything like us, there are likely one or two bits of gear you acquired in years past that are doing little more than collecting dust. Yet when they were initially announced, they were cause for breathless anticipation and excitement. Technological breakthroughs that...