How digital twins of cities can help to improve urban mobility

Digital twins enable city planners to test future measures in a virtual environment, shaping urban mobility sustainably and managing it efficiently.

Groundbreaking creation of world’s first compact quantum computer

Researchers at the University of Innsbruck have succeeded in developing the world’s first compact quantum computer.

Boosting quantum computer capabilities with a standard desktop

Scientists have developed an efficient computing method, combining the power of a quantum computer with the reliability of a conventional PC.

Fast-beam-switching transceiver advances 5G communications

Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology and NEC Corporation have developed a 28-GHz phased-array transceiver that advances the efficiency and reliability of 5G communications.

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.

Using machine learning to understand the interfaces of hybrid materials

By using machine learning techniques, researchers at Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) can predict the structure formation of functionalised molecules at the interfaces of hybrid materials.

Using Artificial Intelligence to identify flooded buildings

A research team at the Tohoku University has developed an Artificial Intelligence method that uses news media images to accurately detect flooded buildings within 24 hours of a disaster.

Using molecules that respond to light to build qubit systems for quantum computers

Researchers have advanced the development of quantum computers using light-addressable molecules for qubit systems.

Artificial intelligence speeds increased by new technology

A KAUST-led team has enhanced the speed of artificial intelligence through a new technology they call “in-network aggregation”.

European Digital Compass: EIT Digital on a digitally empowered Europe

CEO of EIT Digital, Willem Jonker, spoke to Innovation News Network’s Georgina Ryan about the European Commission’s proposal for a Digital Compass that will translate the EU’s digital ambitions for 2030 into concrete terms.

Detecting quantum transmissions without destroying quantum information

Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Quantum Optics have developed a method for detecting quantum transmissions without destroying the quantum information.

Nanowire design improves capacity of digital data storage technologies

A new nanowire design simultaneously improves the capacity and minimises the physical size of digital data storage technologies.

Scientists detect quantum information stored in 100,000 nuclear quantum bits

Researchers have detected quantum information in 100,000 nuclear quantum bits, bringing us one step closer to the quantum internet.

The European struggle with COVID-19 contact tracing apps continues

Willem Jonker, CEO of EIT Digital, spoke to Innovation News Network’s Georgina Ryan about digital transformation during the pandemic, Europe’s struggle with COVID-19 contact tracing apps and adopting physical tokens as a simple and secure alternative to current tracing methods.

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