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“Quantum bus” innovation potentially makes quantum computers scalable

Experts have developed a “quantum bus” that may enhance the capabilities of quantum computers, making them scalable.

Robotic eyes on autonomous vehicles could improve pedestrian safety

New research has found that robotic eyes on autonomous vehicles could lead to fewer vehicle-pedestrian collisions.

Concerns about the use of AI technology revealed in new study

A new study has been carried out across Japan, Germany and the US to determine people's concerns about the use of AI technology

Autonomous vehicle driven by most advanced AI model to date

Experts have innovated an Artificial Intelligence (AI) model that simultaneously handles the perception and control of an autonomous vehicle.

Creating machine learning technology from human neurons

Scientists have developed a novel artificial neuron based on the framework of human neurons, potentially advancing machine learning.

New research collaboration enables quantum-secure communications

A study led by Quantum Communications Hub researchers has brought the world one step closer to secure conference calls by facilitating quantum-secure communications.

Japanese scientists enhance future 5G communication systems

The realisation of green 5G communication systems has become much closer with the development of a wirelessly powered relay network.

Teaching robots to make human facial expressions

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have used Artificial Intelligence to teach robots how to make appropriate reactive human facial expressions.

EIT Digital – leading digital skills innovation and entrepreneurial education

Willem Jonker, CEO of EIT Digital, talks about the lack of digital skills in Europe and how this challenge can be overcome.

ECSA: Achieving a green and digital shipping sector

ECSA’s Secretary General, Martin Dorsman, spoke to Innovation News Network's International Editor, Clifford Holt, about issues such as the digitalisation of the shipping sector – and the challenges of achieving the digital transition – and the impact of the European Green Deal.

Researchers develop light emitter for quantum circuits

Researchers from the KTH Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) have developed a method of emitting light for use in quantum circuits.

Controlling trapped ions for scalable quantum control

Researchers at the University of Waterloo's Institute for Quantum Computing have developed an algorithm that controls trapped ions for scalable quantum control.

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Robotic eyes on autonomous vehicles could improve pedestrian safety

New research has found that robotic eyes on autonomous vehicles could lead to fewer vehicle-pedestrian collisions.

“Quantum bus” innovation potentially makes quantum computers scalable

Experts have developed a “quantum bus” that may enhance the capabilities of quantum computers, making them scalable.

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Novel partnership established to advance the Internet of Things research

The Discovery Park District and Purdue University SMART Consortium have combined forces to enhance the Internet of Things research.

The NSF announces investments to advance cybersecurity efforts

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has declared a $25.4m investment to improve innovative projects in cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is critical to safeguarding infrastructure, keeping supply chains...

The NSF announces investments to advance cybersecurity efforts

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has declared a $25.4m investment to improve innovative projects in cybersecurity. Cybersecurity is critical to safeguarding infrastructure, keeping supply chains...

Addressing cybersecurity challenges in Europe

Willem Jonker, CEO of EIT Digital, discusses the increasing threat of cybersecurity breaches in Europe and what businesses can do to protect their systems...