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A new €2 million open networking testbed has been unveiled in Ireland, for leading researchers in the field to collaborate with industry on 5G wireless radio, optical fibre, and data …

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The National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singapore Technologies (ST) Engineering have signed a $6.6 million deal on a multi-year research programme to build a “people-centric smart future” for Singapore. …

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The technology and government sectors both love an acronym, but FUDGE-5G? Really? It seems a stretch; a random mnemonic to brand a rather complex-sounding EU innovation initiative. The project’s full …

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Deloitte and Wichita State University are building a new 60,000-square foot (5,500 square metre) smart factory showcase facility on Wichita State’s Innovation Campus, already sponsored by Deloitte, to include a …

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The US government is to invest $1 billion into a dozen new research and development (R&D) institutes to stimulate the economy with homegrown artificial intelligence (AI), quantum information science (QIS), …

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Rolls-Royce is to make available new “breakthrough” research on how to construct an ethical framework for the use of artificial intelligence (AI) that people will “genuinely trust”. The company has …

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The European Commission has published the results of its Internet of Food and Farm (IoF2020) project, one of three large-scale pilots it has funded in the agricultural sector as part …

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The US Department of Energy (DOE) has pulled together a consortium of industry, government, non-profit, and academic bodies to develop artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to help with disaster response. Microsoft …

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Huawei

Huawei has put focus on the role of 5G to stimulate industrial revolution, and go beyond the traditional scope of cellular as a straight communications technology for voice and video, …

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European enterprises are divided about adoption of AI for digital transformation, with two-in-five embracing AI technologies and two-in-five disinclined to engage with them. But the remainder are interested, and the …

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