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A Russia-based ransomware group responsible for a new wave of attacks against US hospitals is laying the groundwork to cripple at least ten more, according to the cybersecurity firm Prevailion Inc.
Chinese Tesla rival Xpeng steers clear of robotaxis, says self-driving trucks more likely to succeed
It is difficult for self-driving systems to replace human drivers, especially in densely populated cities, Xpeng’s head of autonomous driving says. Self-driving long-haul trucks and robots handling last-mile deliveries are more likely to be successfully automated, according to Xinzhou Wu.
Dubai is introducing a facial recognition system on public transport to beef up security, officials said Oct 25, as the emirate prepares to host the global Expo exhibition.
China's auto industry has called for more government support and tie-ups between auto and tech companies on technologies, such as software and semiconductors, to make the country's smart car supply chain more self-sufficient.
Americans enduring a feeble economy and high unemployment because of the coronavirus pandemic are creating startup companies at a record pace.
Not long ago Vietnam’s Bac Giang province was one of the nation’s poorest regions, known for producing rice, lychees and poultry dubbed “running chicken”. That was before the global tech supply chain shifted its way.
Finance ministers from the G7 industrialised countries expressed “concern” on Oct 13 over the rise in “malicious cyberattacks” in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, including some involving cryptocurrencies.
The UK risks losing jobs to the Covid crisis that could be resilient to automation while giving a short-term boost to sectors that have no long-term future.
Despite massive progress in artificial intelligence technology and increased adoption of industrial robots, consumer-facing robotic products are not nearly as ubiquitous as popular culture predicted decades ago.
The huge boost to the fortunes of technology and health-care billionaires during the coronavirus pandemic may be the beginning of a more permanent trend.