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20
Sep

BT will open cybersecurity center in Australia

BT is set to launch its first cybersecurity R&D center outside of the UK with the opening of a new hub in Sydney.
The office will focus on developing security services than can be deployed both locally and across the world, with BT saying this will include areas such as cyber security, machine learning, data science analytics and visualization, big data engineering, cloud computing, and data networking, as well as "the full life cycle of software engineering."

https://betanews.com/2017/09/19/bt-cybersecurity-center-australia/

19
Sep

Big data analytics is a great help in boosting the software development project

An effective software development service gives reliability and peace of mind as well as cost benefit and flexibility to any business organisation. Software companies cater to clientele across industries and various sizes. The relationship is made of mutual trust, benefit and respect.

http://www.itproportal.com/features/big-data-analytics-is-a-great-help-in-boosting-the-software-development-project/

19
Sep

Sydney secures global cyber security facility

According to a press statement by the NSW Ministry of Industry, more than 170 jobs will be created over the next five years after the NSW Government secured a multi-million dollar global cyber security research and development facility in North Sydney. Minister for Innovation Matt Kean said the NSW Government-backed Jobs for NSW has invested $1.67 million to support international telecommunications company British Telecom’s (BT) first global cybersecurity R&D facility outside the United Kingdom.

http://www.manmonthly.com.au/news/sydney-secures-global-cyber-security-facility/

19
Sep

Drone Technology Taking Off At United Nations

Drone technology appears to be taking off at the United Nations, with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) being used for various purposes, including in humanitarian, development and peacekeeping operations. Although this technology is not a magic solution, “the promise of drones is really tremendous,” said Christopher Fabian, principal advisor on innovation at the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in an interview with UN News.

http://www.eurasiareview.com/18092017-drone-technology-taking-off-at-united-nations/

19
Sep

Magazine Digitalisatie gebruiken om menselijker te worden

Computers worden in rap tempo nog sneller, beter en kleiner. Het is een kwestie van tijd of robots zullen steeds meer de plek innemen van de mens. Deze robotisering vormt samen met big data en security de innovatiestroom waarop digital driven transformation tot stand komt. Waar veel bedrijven steeds vaker over digital innovation praten, durven nog maar weinig bedrijven daadwerkelijk de stap naar de toekomst te zetten.

https://www.computable.nl/artikel/achtergrond/magazine/6202051/5215853/digitalisatie-gebruiken-om-menselijker-te-worden.html

18
Sep

Nigel – the robot that could tell you how to vote

The creators of a new artificial intelligence programme hope it could one day save democracy. Are we ready for robots to take over politics?
"Siri, who should I vote for?"
"That’s a very personal decision."
Apple’s "personal assistant", Siri, doesn’t do politics. It has stock, non-committal answers for anything that sounds remotely controversial. Not unlike some politicians in fact.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-40860937

14
Sep

First quantum computers need smart software

The world is about to have its first quantum computers. The complexity and power of quantum hardware, such as ion traps and superconducting qubits, are scaling up. Investment is flooding in: from governments, through the billion-dollar European Quantum Technology Flagship Program, for example; from companies, including Google, IBM, Intel and Microsoft; and from venture-capital firms, which have funded start-ups.

http://www.nature.com/news/first-quantum-computers-need-smart-software-1.22590

14
Sep

First quantum computers need smart software

The world is about to have its first quantum computers. The complexity and power of quantum hardware, such as ion traps and superconducting qubits, are scaling up. Investment is flooding in: from governments, through the billion-dollar European Quantum Technology Flagship Program, for example; from companies, including Google, IBM, Intel and Microsoft; and from venture-capital firms, which have funded start-ups.

http://www.nature.com/news/first-quantum-computers-need-smart-software-1.22590

14
Sep

Is the new iPhone designed for cybersafety?

This piece originally appeared on The Conversation As eager customers meet the new iPhone , they’ll explore the latest installment in Apple’s decade-long drive to make sleeker and sexier phones. But to me as a scholar of cybersecurity, these revolutionary innovations have not come without compromises. Early iPhones literally put the “smart” in the smartphone, connecting texting, internet connectivity and telephone capabilities in one intuitive device.

http://www.salon.com/2017/09/13/is-the-new-iphone-designed-for-cybersafety_partner/

14
Sep

Data Will Be Oil For Robot Cars So These Humans Are Hoarding It Now

Let’s get this out of the way from the very beginning: Driverless cars are not coming off the assembly lines in Detroit and Tokyo anytime soon. As much as Elon Musk and Sergey Brin are convinced that human drivers and the ills that plague them will be relegated to a minor prelude to the robot-chauffeured future, both tech doyens are in the business of selling you a rose-tinted tomorrow, today.

https://www.fastcompany.com/40456067/data-will-be-oil-for-robot-cars-so-these-humans-are-hoarding-it-now?partner=feedburner&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+fastcompany%2Fheadlines+%28Fast+Company%29