Blockchain is coming to mobile

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Blockchain and cryptocurrencies are, in the minds of many people, linked to high-powered computers and dense forests of servers dedicated to mining. This kept the technology remote and shrouded in mystery to the average consumer, most of whom are only aware of it at all because of Bitcoin. This could all be about to change. […]

AI Just Learned How To Boost The Brains Memory

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WHEN IT COMES to black boxes, there is none more black than the human brain. Our gray matter is so complex, scientists lament, that it can’t quite understand itself. But if we can’t grok our own brains, maybe the machines can do it for us. In the latest issue of Nature Communications, researchers led by University of Pennsylvania […]

How AI can be utilised in healthcare to deliver better patient management

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Here’s another example of how AI is getting serious funding boosts: Medial EarlySign, an Israel-based provider of machine learning for optimal patient management, has secured $30 million in series B funding. The round was conducted by aMoon Fund, the life sciences investment arm of Marius Nacht, the co-founder of Check Point Software. With the funding’s […]

Organisations fear IoT security attacks – but are not actively monitoring risks

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Almost every organisation polled by the Ponemon Institute and Shared Assessments say they fear a ‘catastrophic’ security event related to an unsecured IoT device – yet only a third actively monitor for IoT-related third-party risks. The study, which surveyed 605 individuals in corporate governance, found the average number of IoT devices in the workplace is […]