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In times of uncertainty, robust data processes must be agile

There is an ever-growing need for robust data processes. Organisations must cope with changing security threats, data quality fluctuations and uncertainty in the operational environment.
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Using big data to predict demand for local services

The public sector is lagging behind in adopting big data science to predict demand for local services, here's why it can help.

PatSnap launches Eureka, an AI-driven innovation intelligence solution

The AI-driven innovation Eureka translates the legal language of intellectual property into the technical language of research and development to promote effective collaboration and accelerate innovation TORONTO and LONDON — NOVEMBER 22, 2022 PatSnap, a global leader in innovation intelligence, launched Eureka today, an artificial intelligence (AI) powered solution that makes...
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£1.5 million towards promoting AI for reducing carbon emissions

The UK Government has launched a new programme to support the use of AI for reducing carbon emissions.
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Will Rishi Sunak reassess UK cybersecurity policies?

UK cybersecurity policies are outdated, says Illumio Director; will Rishi Sunak address the problem?
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The hype around artificial intelligence

Gabriella Kereszturi, Senior Lecturer in Marketing at The University of Law Business School, walks us through the hype around artificial intelligence.
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The future of open source in 2023

Ann Schlemmer, CEO of Percona, discusses the future of open source in 2023, including why platforms will matter more.
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High-power electrostatic actuators: the future of artificial muscles

Using ferroelectric materials, researchers have been able to create a high-power electrostatic actuator that can generate a strong force at a low driving voltage creating new opportunities for artificial muscles.
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What is the key to successful innovation in the NHS?

PinPoint Data Science Executive Chair, Dr Nigel Sansom, reflects on his experience of developing innovation in the NHS.
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Government needs digital transformation to respond to the cost of living crisis

As the UK faces a crippling cost of living crisis, adopting digital transformation in the government could empower active problem-solving.
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SaliStick: World’s first saliva-based pregnancy test

The world’s first saliva-based pregnancy test is a non-invasive, easy and hygienic way to detect hormones, viruses and even diseases.
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Honeywell recognizes high performing Channel Partners at 2022 Honeywell EMEA conference

Honeywell Process Solutions unveiled its Channel Partner award winners at the 2022 Honeywell EMEA conference; here's who won.
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Air Traffic Management: Resilience & collaboration

Vanessa Rullier-Francaud, Senior Manager ATM & New Technologies at Aerospace, Security and Defence Industries Association of Europe (ASD), turns the spotlight on Air Traffic Management, where resilience and better collaboration mean we can go back to better.
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Public sector digital transformation: opportunities and challenges

Public sector digital transformation presents a multitude of opportunities, but with that technological expansion come challenges; let's explore a few.
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Why is Ada Lovelace Day so important?

Open Access Government interviews Lin Sun on the significance of Ada Lovelace Day and what it means for women around the globe.
How LG Electronics Plans to Accelerate Innovation with AI-Powered Simulation

How LG Electronics plans to Accelerate Innovation with AI-Powered Simulation

AI is changing how the world operates, and LG Electronics plans to be part of this disruption.
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European bio-based industries leading the green transition

Nicoló Giacomuzzi-Moore, Executive Director ad interim at CBE JU – Circular Bio‐based Europe Joint Undertaking, explains how European bio-based industries are leading the green transition.
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Help businesses set carbon reduction targets

Aditya Kumar, Director of Product Management at Honeywell Building Technologies, details how companies can meet the Government’s net-zero goals using carbon reduction and management software.

AI in healthcare can help save time & brain

Mark Hitchman, Managing Director of Canon Medical Systems UK, explains why AI in healthcare can deliver time efficiencies & better standards of care for patients.
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October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Are you prepared?

Martin Roots, Managing Director at the Expede Group, discusses cybersecurity awareness, walking us through different cyber attacks and how to prevent them efficiently.

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