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IET Knowledge Network 08/07/2020 08:53
The documents were published on file-sharing platform MEGA by Swiss software engineer Tillie Kottmann, who said that they had been passed to them by an anonymous hacker. Kottmann manages a Telegram channel (@deletescape) for acquiring and subsequently sharing leaked confidential materials with the public. The hacker claimed to have breached Intel earlier this year. Intel exconfidential Lake Platform Release ;) This is the first 20gb release in a series of large Intel leaks. Most of the things here have NOT been published ANYWHERE before and are classified as confidential, under NDA or Intel Restricted Secret. — Tillie 1312 Kottmann #BLM 💛🤍💜🖤 (@deletescape). According to Kottmann: “Most of the things here have NOT been published ANYWHERE befo.
IET Knowledge Network 08/07/2020 05:05
Even prior to the coronavirus pandemic, the manufacturing industry faced a number of specific challenges, many of which have the potential to impact cash flow. One of the most significant is the talent deficit. A shortage of skilled workers is an issue currently affecting sectors across the industry. estimates a yearly shortage of 20,000 engineers, while another from Transport for London suggests the infrastructure industry needs to recruit an additional 55,000 more people by 2020. found that 81 per cent of 6,000 UK manufacturing businesses surveyed found it difficult to hire employees with the right qualifications and experience. Uncertainty surrounding freedom of movement means fewer skilled EU workers in the UK, putting more pressure on
IET Knowledge Network 08/06/2020 07:12
Co-designed by UCLA researchers and Apple, the study aims to measure sleep, physical activity, heart rate and “daily routines” to see if there is a correlation between these metrics and symptoms associated with depression and anxiety. Apple said it will provide study participants with iPhones, Apple Watches and a Beddit sleep-monitoring device,. a sleep tracker developed by a start-up that Apple. acquired in 2017. According to the researchers, making the connection between quantifiable data and symptoms of anxiety and depression could enable health care providers to note warning signs and prevent the onset of depressive episodes, track the effectiveness of treatment and identify causes of depression. “This collaboration, which harnesses UCLA’
IET Knowledge Network 08/06/2020 05:32
Every crisis unveils a new dimension for opportunities. Adversity drives change as the future unfolds. The long-term transformation is to get rid of micro-macro inefficiencies. Kunal Kaul is on the supply side of the value chain and responds to client needs. “The pandemic took us by surprise and no one had anticipated its sheer magnitude. No one could predict the scale at which it has happened,” said Kaul, director enterprise business, Cisco India & SAARC, speaking at an online event discussing business continuity. At the behest of the chief information officer an online solution was designed for 100,000 users to access from home. “That was when we realised that the problem was real,” Kaul said in a matter-of-fact manner. Users have been pr.
IET Knowledge Network 08/05/2020 12:48
Hundreds of academic conferences have either been cancelled or postponed this year. And with more events expected to follow suit, the future of scientific meetings is set to change. These events are significant for a number of reasons. One is that, along with peer-reviewed journals and media outlets, they are an effective way of sharing ideas with fellow academics and thinkers from around the globe. For example, , Europe’s leading conference for graphene research, was an opportunity to release plans for the Graphene Flagship’s upcoming industry-led . This included presentations on the impressive uses of graphene for scientific achievements in such diverse sectors as energy, aviation, aerospace and automotive. It was possible to present this.
IET Knowledge Network 08/05/2020 12:21
Ed Brewster, a spokesperson for Huawei UK, has argued that any ban on deploying the company's equipment would “move Britain into the digital slow lane, push up bills and deepen the digital divide”. However, in a survey - conducted by BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT - of 3,000 IT professionals, 53 per cent of respondents disagreed with Brewster’s statement, with a little over a quarter (28 per cent) agreeing. Despite allowing Huawei to participate in the construction of “non-core” 5G infrastructure in January, the UK Government in July following further restrictions placed on the Chinese firm by the US. Telecoms firms were given until 2027 to remove all Huawei-manufactured equipment from their networks, with BT warning that if they were
IET Knowledge Network 08/05/2020 08:47
ETNews reported that Google has ordered multiple chips from Samsung, although they may not be for existing device categories. The industry sources said that one of the devices would be a body motion sensor while another is an “unprecedented” application processor, which could be used in a range of devices. The motion sensor could be embedded into a long-rumoured Google smart watch, which would make use of Google’s Watch OS. Google is in the process of acquiring wearable tech company Fitbit, but it faces a challenge from regulators over allegations of anti-competitive behaviour, with the European Commission this week promising a full-scale investigation into the proposed $2.1bn takeover. With uncertainty hanging over Google’s Fitbit acquisit.
IET Knowledge Network 08/03/2020 12:04
The partnership will see. Thames Clipper's. fleet of 20 boats rebranded as. the 'Uber Boat by Thames Clippers'. , with departures from 23 piers across London from Putney in the west to Woolwich Royal Arsenal in the east. The river boat service is designed for both commuters and leisure passengers and will continue to be operated by Thames Clipper, just as it always has been, and which reopened for business on 15 June following a few months without operation due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Uber is rolling out the service on its app, meaning users can purchase tickets in advance to guarantee a seat and then use QR technology to board.
IET Knowledge Network 08/03/2020 06:46
WFH is a reality. This is something that the IT industry may not have been used to, but now needs to accept that it’s not just a trend but is here to stay. A time has come when the industry needs to work around its permanence and build bridges for a future with many dimensions largely unexplored. This is the new truth in the post-Covid-19 future, stepping into largely unknown territory, so IT companies are preparing for a new work regime. “When we look at the IT industry, the BPM sector has been in the leading edge of technology adoption. All along, the business continuity planning (BCP) of organisations was about the creation of backups. So it was the backup of machines, platforms and offices. But no one had thought of a backup of human ca.
IET Knowledge Network 07/31/2020 11:30
When I agreed on behalf of the Airship Heritage Trust to support a new place-making art project called Airship Dreams, which on 4 October this year will mark the 90th anniversary of the final fight of the R101 airship, I never expected the initiative to become so relevant to the situation in which the world now finds itself. Produced by Bedford Creative Arts, Airship Dreams is engaging virtually with people in Bedford where the R101 was built, and beyond, to collect stories and memorabilia from the golden age of the airship in the 1920s and 1930s for a major art installation at the Higgins Bedford gallery and museum. In the early 1900s, Britain led airship innovation, with the Government supporting the technology to drive a strategy designe.
IET Knowledge Network 07/31/2020 07:03
In a recent conversation with a friend, we were discussing how Covid-19 and lockdown has given us time to reflect on how we work and what we need as individuals. I’ve learnt more about myself then I ever thought I could. I learnt about my ideal daily routine, I learnt how much I need exercise in my life – for those that don’t know, exercise isn’t my favourite activity – and I’ve enjoyed having time to just sit and read too. There’s so much I’ve learnt, and I can’t wait to take forward as the world continues to evolve following the pandemic. However, this is a good opportunity to go even deeper into understanding ourselves, and reflect on triggers that create specific behaviours. So, who am I? I’m Hannah, an engineer and founder of , and I s.
IET Knowledge Network 07/30/2020 07:57
Announcing its half-year results for 2020, the firm said revenues decreased to €18.9bn (£17.1bn) in the first half of the year - a sizeable fall from the €30.9bn revenues achieved in the same period last year. The fall was blamed on the difficult market environment impacting its commercial aircraft business due to the collapse in global air travel as the pandemic took hold. Airbus said it had reduced its commercial aircraft production rates in accordance with its new plan, announced in April 2020, in response to the Covid-19 situation.
IET Knowledge Network 07/24/2020 06:25
Research by Transport Focus has indicated that passenger satisfaction with mobile connectivity on trains is low, with just three in ten passengers satisfied with their connection. However, passengers expect reliable connectivity to allow them to be productive on their commutes. According to Department for Transport-funded research published today, it could be possible to attach communications antennas to existing infrastructure used where overhead electric wires are installed. This technique has been employed in other countries, including Austria, to address railway mobile connectivity blackouts. More than a third of the UK’s 18,000km of railways are already electrified with overhead line equipment (OLE). This would provide an affordable so.
IET Knowledge Network 07/22/2020 09:01
A tensor processing unit (TPU) is a chip developed by Google specifically for the purposes of machine learning using the company’s TensorFlow framework. The TPU has been demonstrated to outperform GPUs by almost three orders of magnitude, due to a stronger signal and greater energy efficiency. Machine learning is computational expensive, with operations taking place one at a time while requiring continuous access to the cache memory, generating a bottleneck. While specialised machine learning architecture like GPUs and TPUs have been designed to reduce the effect of this bottleneck, they remain slow and power-hungry. A team of George Washington University researchers looked at alternative platforms which could perform operations in parallel.
IET Knowledge Network 07/20/2020 07:15
All along, AI and RPA have been used separately to give companies a competitive edge. The R&D units of companies and tech experts have realised the collective value that RPA and AI can offer. They have begun to whet the possibilities as the RPA-AI combination carries the promise of reshaping employment opportunities. “RPA has been growing at the rate of 60-65 per cent year-on-year. The statistics indicate that the data from RPA helps in making more informed decisions,” Gary Conway, chief evangelist, Automation Anywhere told a recent Nasscom conference. On its own, AI has digital and analytics capabilities to gather structured and unstructured data. RPA can automate processes and repetitive tasks through software ( the ‘robot’ in RPA needs t.

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