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Automating public services – a careful approach

vchalup – stock.adobe.com By Published: 09 Jul 2024 The use of AI and automation in the public sector involves both public-facing systems and behind-the-scenes tools aimed at streamlining operations and freeing up staff time. But we know that these benefits are not guaranteed. Public sector organisations must approach automation with caution to avoid the pitfalls…

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Countdown to the robot uprising begins with the first humanoid AI butlers

There’s a lot of talk about how AI will overthrow humanity. Whether you believe in the doom and gloom of AI and robots or not, there’s been a lot of cool and a lot of terrifying developments in robotics and artificial intelligence in recent years. I’m not quite sure where this latest development falls, though,…

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5G networks and biometric breakthroughs: Navigating opportunities and risks

The launch of 5G networks has opened a new chapter in how we connect. This technology, known for its incredibly fast speeds and almost non-existent delay, is already changing how we use our devices and access the internet, and one area where 5G’s capabilities are making major waves is biometric authentication. Businesses are quickly adopting…

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The NVIDIA GTC 2024 Keynote Live Blog (Starts at 1:00pm PT/20:00 UTC)

We’re here in sunny San Jose California for the return of an event that’s been a long-time coming: NVIDIA’s in-person GTC. The Spring 2024 event, NVIDIA’s marquee event for the year, promises to be a big one for NVIDIA, as the company is due to deliver updates on its all-important datacenter accelerator products – the…

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AMD Unveils Ryzen Embedded 7000 Series: Embedded Zen 4 for Industrial And Edge Solutions

AMD has announced the Ryzen Embedded 7000 Series processor family at Smart Production Solutions 2023, primarily targeting industrial markets such as automotive, robotics, and edge solutions. Built on the Zen 4 architecture and incorporating integrated Radeon graphics, it offers a new level of performance and functionality for the embedded market. Announced today are five new SKUs, ranging from…

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Most Influential Women in UK Tech: Computer Weekly’s Hall of Fame

Computer Weekly’s list of the Most Influential Women in UK Technology has been running since 2012 to make female role models in the UK’s technology sector more visible and accessible.In 2015, the Hall of Fame was introduced alongside the top 50 to recognise women who have made a lifetime contribution to the technology sector, as…

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Workplace monitoring needs worker consent, says select committee

Enterprises should only be able to digitally monitor and surveil employees with their explicit consent, according to a select committee report on the impacts of connected internet of things (IoT) technologies.Published 7 August 2023, the Culture, Media and Sport (CMS) Committee’s Connect tech: smart or sinister report concluded its year-long inquiry into the potential benefits…

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Lancaster Uni lends cyber support to nuclear decommissioning body

Cyber experts at the University of Lancaster have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to work alongside the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) as it goes about conducting its vital work of cleaning up and winding down the UK’s ageing civil nuclear estate. Working alongside cyber services consultancy Templar Executives – which already supports many of…

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CIO interview: Sean Green, University of East Anglia

Sean Green’s career has gone a full circle from IT through marketing, back to IT at his local university, where he is now heading up IT. Before taking up what he describes as a “pretty rounded CIO role”, at the University of East Anglia (UEA), Green had been on a journey through different sectors and…

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ASRock Industrial NUC BOX-1360P/D5 Review: Raptor Lake-P on the Leading Edge

ASRock Industrial has been a key player in the ultra-compact form-factor (UCFF) PC space over the last few years. They have managed to release 4″x4″ systems based on the latest AMD and Intel platforms well ahead of other vendors. The company’s NUC(S) BOX-1300 series was launched along with Intel’s introduction of Raptor Lake-P in January.…

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