Researchers hacked a Tesla’s autopilot using three stickers on the road

Researchers hacked a Tesla’s autopilot using three stickers on the road

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Neural networks see the world differently to humans, which is why they can be corrupted using relatively simple trickery.   Interested in the future and want to experience even more?! eXplore More. A prolific cyber security research firm has announced that it’s managed to make Tesla’s self-driving car...

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China wants to shape and lead global AI standards

China wants to shape and lead global AI standards

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF AI is, arguably, as transformational technology as the internet, and China wants to play its role in helping shape and lead the global standards for the technology.   It turns out that China isn’t just investing heavily in Artificial Intelligence (AI), it’s also aiming to set...

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China announces plans to build unmanned police stations run by AI

China announces plans to build unmanned police stations run by AI

WHY THIS MATTERS AI will help governments create and deliver new, more efficient services. Used wisely it has the potential to help people save time, but relying too heavily on AI to protect and police populations isn’t without its dangers.   The next time a citizen in Wuhan in China...

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China’s cashless future, PBoC gets ready to launch world’s first national cryptocurrency

China’s cashless future, PBoC gets ready to launch world’s first national cryptocurrency

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF The use of cash in society is falling and some of the world’s largest central banks are creating new cryptocurrencies and planning for a future without cash.   China’s central bank has announced that it’s going digital, but while that shouldn’t be a surprise to...

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Intels Nervana chip shows the giant is serious about owning the AI market

Intels Nervana chip shows the giant is serious about owning the AI market

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Many of the AI breakthroughs over recent years have only been possible because of the exponential increase in the amount of computing power available to support them, now Intel and other chip companies are in an arms race to own the future of AI  ...

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Exploit allowed hackers to take remote control of a Tesla Model S

Exploit allowed hackers to take remote control of a Tesla Model S

Tesla has now fixed the exploit but this isn’t the first time, or the last time that hackers will take control of individual cars, or entire fleets of autonomous vehicles, and that raises concerns It’s not the first time that we’ve heard this kind of news and it certainly won’t...

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Bots, disruption and the advent of conversational commerce

Bots, disruption and the advent of conversational commerce

WHY THIS MATTERS IN BRIEF Bots are disrupting businesses and industries by changing the way consumers buy products and services.   Take a good look at the people around you. If Governments and Academics are correct then the jobs of between a third to half of the people you’re looking...

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Google reinvents hyperscale storage

Google reinvents hyperscale storage

Organisations that operate hyperscale cloud data centers, such as Alibaba, AWS, Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Tencent have always pushed the limits of what’s technically possible with yesterday’s hardware so in 2011 it came as no surprise that they formed the Open computing Project alliance, a program that set about to...

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