New bolometer to further the application for quantum computers

A team of researchers has created a new bolometer for measuring energy quanta at an unprecedented resolution, potentially bringing quantum computing out of the...

What is edge computing?

Ketan Bhardwaj, a principle investigator of the Couper project, developer of AppSlicer, and research scientist in the School of Computer Science at the Georgia...

How Europe can achieve digital sovereignty

CEO of EIT Digital, Willem Jonker, spoke to Innovation News Network about a recent policy perspective report which has outlined how Europe can achieve...

PharmaLedger – innovative blockchain technologies for healthcare

The PharmaLedger Project’s leaders explain why blockchain technologies are needed to meet some of the challenges faced by the healthcare sector and how the...

Artificial Intelligence – assisting Europe’s recovery from COVID-19

The Innovation Platform spoke to DIGITALEUROPE’s Director General, Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl, about Artificial Intelligence's (AI) role in assisting Europe's recovery from COVID-19. Artificial intelligence (AI) is just one of a plethora of skills in the digital toolbox which stands to have...

COVID-19 cyber-attacks: cybersecurity in the healthcare sector

The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) works to promote cybersecurity in the healthcare sector and protect citizens against malicious COVID-19 cyber-attacks. COVID-19 has changed the world since touching ground on European soil earlier this year. With hospitals overwhelmed in...

Could post-COVID-19 societal changes influence new digital technologies?

EIT Digital’s CEO Willem Jonker spoke to The Innovation Platform about how post-COVID-19 societal changes can influence new digital technologies. EIT Digital is a leading European digital innovation and entrepreneurial education organisation driving Europe’s digital transformation. It aims at global...

Innovative clocking schemes for semiconductor circuits

Masahiro Goshima, from the National Institute of Informatics, speaks to The Innovation Platform about the unique characteristics of their clocking scheme for semiconductor circuits. As cars are made mainly of iron, computers are made mainly of semiconductors. Unlike other materials...

Biometric cards: innovation for a secure future

CardLab and Quardlock have come together to create an exciting biometric card which has a full backend authentication system for the protection of critical infrastructures. Times have changed dramatically with the outbreak of COVID-19 putting a stop to big parts...

Neuromorphic technology – accelerating the AI revolution in Europe

Neuromorphic technology are rapidly advancing across Europe and are poised to help accelerate the AI revolution. By taking loose inspiration from the brain, artificial neural network algorithms have made tremendous progress in Artificial Intelligence. However, to unlock significant gains in...

The impact of COVID-19 on the digitisation of public transport

Anne Grünkorn, Managing Director of LogPay Mobility Services, speaks to The Innovation Platform about the influence of COVID-19 on the digitisation of public transport and LogPay’s role in the mobility market. Over the past few months, we have dealt with...

Strengthening digital infrastructure and data sovereignty in Europe

A new report, published by EIT Digital, provides a scenario-based framework for the development of digital infrastructure and data policy instruments to strengthen European digital sovereignty. Recent discussions around access to 5G technology and COVID-19 contact tracing apps highlight the...

Artificial neural networks can become unstable if they do not ‘sleep’

According to new research from Los Alamos National Laboratory, artificial neural networks can become unstable if they do not ‘sleep’. Los Alamos National Laboratory computer scientist Yijing Watkins and her research team found that when they exposed their artificial neural...

Have COVID-19 lockdowns fostered a ‘cybercrime economy’?

A team of researchers at Cambridge Cybercrime Centre have issued a warning to the public advising individuals to take extra care before buying face masks or COVID-19 testing kits online, as cybercrime has increased. Cambridge University researchers have been using...

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