QC Ware, a leading quantum software and services company, announced today that a joint research project with one of the world’s leading biotechnology companies uncovered new discoveries in medical imaging analysis and diagnostics, leveraging quantum computing to better detect the presence and type of diabetic retinopathy. Continue reading
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Green Hydrogen: IDTechEx Asks if It Can Be Cost Competitive
The clean hydrogen market is poised for growth, driven by decarbonization efforts and concerns around energy security. A number of ambitious targets and roadmaps are being set out by different governments and regions. Clean hydrogen can refer to a number of routes for producing hydrogen, but the primary among them are green and blue hydrogen. Blue hydrogen refers to hydrogen produced from natural gas or coal but with carbon emissions captured. Green hydrogen refers to the splitting of water via electrolyzers powered by renewable power sources. IDTechEx forecasts that the water electrolyzer market will grow to over US$120B by 2033. Continue reading
The EU’s AI Act – Innovations Vs Human Rights
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology is everywhere. Thanks to a lack of red tape, it’s transforming our homes, economies and cultures – from ChatGPT and virtual DJs, to facial recognition and predictive policing tools.
However, the rise of AI has also come at a significant cost. As we’ve discussed in recent weeks, AI often undermines our privacy, entrenches societal biases, and creates opaque systems that lack accountability.
Pyka Unveils The World’s Largest Autonomous Electric Cargo Airplane: Pelican Cargo
Pyka, the global leader in autonomous electric aviation technology, today unveiled the latest addition to its fleet of purpose-built industrial aircraft; the Pelican Cargo. Featuring unprecedented payload and range capabilities, Pelican Cargo is the world’s largest zero-emission cargo airplane and the first autonomous vehicle of its class. Continue reading
IDTechEx Discusses What to Expect From the Graphene Industry in 2023
Is this the year of rapid graphene sales? Is the market slipping deeper into a disillusionment phase? Who will emerge as the market leaders? Is consolidation inevitable? 2023 will be a telling year for the industry. Continue reading
Nobel prize: physicists share prize for insights into the spooky world of quantum mechanics
Robert Young, Lancaster University
The 2022 Nobel prize for physics has been awarded to a trio of scientists for pioneering experiments in quantum mechanics, the theory covering the micro-world of atoms and particles.
Huawei’s Smart Urban Rail Network Solution Is Unveiled at InnoTrans 2022
InnoTrans 2022 took place from September 20 to 23 in Berlin, Germany. At this conference, Huawei demonstrated its innovative applications, practices, and achievements in smart rail construction and development. In the ” Digitalization of Rail Infrastructure ” exhibition area, Huawei showcased extensive smart urban rail solutions, including Wi-Fi 6 train-to-ground communications network, smart station, and smart inspection solutions. Continue road
Clean Logistics celebrates world premiere of Zero-Emission truck “fyuriant”, powered by REFIRE Fuel Cell Systems
Clean Logistics SE (ISIN DE000A1YDAZ7) recently presented fyuriant, its first hydrogen-powered zero-emission truck to the public at the Stade airfield in Lower Saxony. Continue reading