How the industrial IoT is creating a safer workforce

“The robots will steal our jobs!” has become a well-worn cry in recent years, as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and automation gain traction. And gain traction they have, says Mikael Schachne, CMO and VP Mobility and IoT Business, BICS.

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It is security, not COVID-19, that challenges 5G’s commercial deployment

Since the beginning of the current pandemic, false and unsubstantiated rumours of 5G and its impact on people’s health have been prevalent in social media. Phone masts have reportedly been damaged or destroyed in several European countries, says Adrian Taylor, regional VP of sales for A10 Networks.

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Global summit generates 35 pioneering proposals using power of artificial intelligence ‘for good’

Thirty-five innovative project proposals leveraging the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) ‘for good’ were generated at the  2nd AI for Good Global Summit, held last week in Geneva at the headquarters of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations specialised agency for information and communication technology (ICT).

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AT&T and Aira deal is using IoT to ‘unlock’ better disability services

AT&T and Aira have extended their agreement as Aira made AT&T its global data provider to take the service to Australia, Canada and the U.K. This comes at a meaningful time, say the companies. Today marks the 7th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD).

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A Week in IoT: How secure are your devices, and your elderly?

Well, this week’s themes are BIG. Fundamental flaws in chip security are affecting all kinds of IoT devices, and big players like Intel and Apple are in the frame as they scramble to patch the problem. ‘Does the IoT have the device management tools needed to fix this?’ asks Jeremy Cowan. One analyst doubts it.

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How bioelectronics will make humans more robotic than ever

In 2013, president Obama launched the BRAIN Initiative as a large-scale effort to equip researchers with insights necessary for treating a wide variety of brain disorders like Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, autism, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury.

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Set M2M free: Keeping pace with opportunity in the healthcare sector

(BLOG:) The health sector has been evolving for thousands of years, as new clinical findings have come to the forefront. Today, says Erik Brenneis, head of Vodafone M2M, it continues to evolve, but as well as keeping in line with new medical discoveries it also leads the way in the adoption of cutting edge technologies.

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