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The Demand Toward Smart Home Appliances Is Growing
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As of the end of June 2022, there were 17.1 connected devices and smart home appliances on average per home worldwide, up 10% over the previous year in the same period. The highest penetration of connected devices to date was discovered in US homes powered by Plume, with an average

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Silicon Image Sensors Enable Faster Image Processing
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The camera system in autonomous vehicles depends on image processing speed. Complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors, also known as silicon imaging sensor chips, have recently benefited from researchers’ development of the first in-sensor processor. Although commercial image sensor chips also use silicon photodiode arrays, the team’s photodiodes are electrostatically doped,

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Ai-Supported Temporal Population Structure (Tps) Technique Sheds Light On The History Of Human-Being
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Researchers in Sweden have developed a method for integrating artificial intelligence (AI) and DNA analysis to date human remains up to 10,000 years old. The new method, Temporal Population Structure (TPS), allows for dating genomes up to 10,000 years old. The researchers analyzed about 5,000 human remains from the Late Mesolithic (10,000–8,000

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The Telecommunications (Security) Act Aims To Raise Security Standards Throughout The Vital Uk Mobile And Internet Networks
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The UK government has completed a set of new cybersecurity rules and a code of practice for communications service providers (CSPs) to comply with their new legal obligations under the Telecommunications (Security) Act, which became law in November 2021. The Act, which the government describes as among the strictest telecom

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We Are One Step Closer To Probabilistic Computing
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Researchers from Japan’s Tohoku University have developed a mathematical model to describe what happens within small magnets as they fluctuate between states when an electric current and magnetic field are applied. Their findings, published in the Nature Communications journal, could be used to develop more advanced computers that can calculate

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Reported Ransomware Attacks Increased 47% In July
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In July, there were 198 reported ransomware attacks, a considerable increase from the 159 logged in July 2021 and a month-over-month and year-over-year increase. Additionally, the rise contradicts a generally reliable seasonal trend that witnessed a reduction in ransomware activity from May through June into July. This is corroborated by data

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Amazon Care Is Coming To An End: The Company Has A New Healthcare Approach
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There will be an end to the Amazon Care employee health program. Due to its short lifespan and inadequacy as a service for the major enterprise clients we have been aiming for, the service will end on December 31. By acquiring One Medical and taking on Signify Health, Amazon has

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Crypto-Enabled Cybercrimes Are On The Rise
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Digital currency proponents have long contended that cryptocurrency and other blockchain-based tokens, such stablecoins, are preferable to traditional finance. According to a new investigation by the research group SSRN, the rise of cryptocurrencies has significantly aided in the creation of a “entire criminal ecosystem” that has been built on top

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A Recent Study From Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University In Japan Looks At The Sociocultural Aspects Influencing Generation Z'S Acceptance Of Emotional Ai Technology.
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The sociocultural factors affecting Generation Z’s acceptance of AI technology are examined in a recent study from Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan. Since Gen Z is the demographic most vulnerable to emotional AI, the group thinks it is crucial to conduct research on how popular it is with them.

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Aluminum-Sulfur Battery: A Big Step Towards Cost Efficient Batteries
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The components used to build an aluminum-sulfur battery are all readily available and reasonably priced. Aluminum and sulfur serve as the battery’s two electrode components, with a layer of molten salt serving as the electrolyte. Some other inventions, like the liquid metal batteries Sadoway and his students created a number

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