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.

Improving microelectronics with breakthrough silicon discovery

Russian scientists have developed an innovative method that enhances photoluminescence in silicon, potentially advancing microelectronics.

How smart is your city?

Researchers have assessed the top ranking smart cities in Australia by evaluating each city against criteria based on the ‘four pillars of economy’. A new study published by Queensland University of Technology, Australia, has ranked Australia’s top smart cities. Researchers...

US Army and FlexTech to accelerate sensor technology

In collaboration with the US Army Research Laboratory, SEMI-FlexTech will launch six projects to accelerate sensor and sensor system innovations. SEMI-FlexTech have announced the launch of six projects to accelerate sensor and sensor system innovations for new applications in industries...

Women in Technology finalists have been announced

Women in Technology have announced the finalists for their 2020 Leadership Awards. One of the women to receive a nomination is Sherry Hwang, co-founder of Pyramid Systems. Women in Technology (WIT) has named Pyramid Systems' President and Co-founder, Sherry Hwang,...

The algorithm behind puncture-free tires

Scientists from the University of Illinois have focused their research on the shear layer of the tire in order to help the design a puncture-free tire. "The shear layer is where you get the most bang for your buck from...

Yara and IBM collaborate to encourage farming data exchange

Yara International and IBM have launched The Open Farm & Field Data Exchange, with aims to facilitates collaboration around farm and field data. Yara International, a global leader in crop nutrition and digital farming solutions, and IBM have invited farmer...

Cattle facial recognition could combat agricultural fraud

False insurance claims and stolen stock are some of the issues effecting the cattle industry. Start-ups are now using facial recognition and machine learning to tackle these problems. A start-up in the dairy industry, Stellapps, are in the early stages...

Emerging technologies: blockchain and AI

Chair of the European Parliament's Science and Technology Options Assessment Body (STOA), Eva Kaili, explains how Europe can be strong if we use these new technologies in the right way. Eva Kaili is the head of the Greek Group of...

ICT communication in a clinical setting

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have become common in various fields and provide great benefits to the efficient operation of modern hospitals. Eliminating paper based patient record systems by inputting and storing them on the database (DB) of the hospital...

Teaching computational thinking as a transferal core subject

EurAI Fellow Nuria Oliver explains the importance of educating future generations in technology and computational thinking. Nuria Oliver is a computer scientist and a Fellow of the European Association of Artificial Intelligence (EurAI) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)....

Avoiding bias and misinformation online

Systems that ease the access to web information and knowledge, come with a variety of different issues. The last thirty years have witnessed a technological and cultural revolution related to the notions of information and knowledge generation, sharing, and access....

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