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Hackers Set To Target a US Satellite

Hackers Set To Target a US Satellite

Sep-23-19 By IdeaConnection
At next year's Def Con hacker conference, ethical hackers will be invited to crack the security on an orbiting US Defense Department satellite, reports an article in Wired. This follows on from this year's conference when the US Air Force (USAF) turned up with an F-15 fighter-jet data system which was dismantled by security researchers exposing a number of serious vulnerabilities along the way.
Robot Surgeons Set to Transform Operations in UK

Robot Surgeons Set to Transform Operations in UK

Sep-18-19 By IdeaConnection
A team of surgical robots is set to join the UK's National Health Service (NHS) to help medical teams in operating theaters across the country. The move, according to the makers of the robots will revolutionize operations.
Tokyo Olympic Games Open Innovation Challenge

Tokyo Olympic Games Open Innovation Challenge

Sep-13-19 By IdeaConnection
In 2020 Tokyo will host the Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XXXII Olympiad. To discover new ways to enhance the spectator experience organizers have launched an open innovation technology challenge.
How Researchers Crowdsourced 10,000 Years of Land Use

How Researchers Crowdsourced 10,000 Years of Land Use

Sep-11-19 By IdeaConnection
A new crowdsourcing initiative has quantified 10,000 years of land use across the globe. More than 250 archaeologists from around the world contributed their knowledge to ArchaeoGLOBE to better understand how the land was used at different moments in time.
Snake Robot Designed to Crawl Through the Brain’s Blood Vessels

Snake Robot Designed to Crawl Through the Brain’s Blood Vessels

Sep-06-19 By IdeaConnection
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a magnetically controlled threadlike robot that is thin enough to be able to crawl through narrow spaces such as the blood vessels of the human brain. The technology could be used to treat the symptoms of strokes and aneurysms.
Predicting Traffic Jams with Artificial Intelligence

Predicting Traffic Jams with Artificial Intelligence

Aug-30-19 By IdeaConnection
The Department of Transport (DfT) in the United Kingdom has bold plans to reduce traffic build-up and air pollution. It will soon publish reams of data surrounding planned roadworks, allowing navigation apps with artificial intelligence to predict traffic jams up to months in advance and provide motorists with alternative routes. This should save them a lot of time and money.
Humanoid Robot Arrives at the Space Station

Humanoid Robot Arrives at the Space Station

Aug-28-19 By IdeaConnection
After a botched attempt at docking, a new Russian humanoid robot has arrived at the International Space Station. It was the only crew member of a Soyuz rocket that blasted into orbit on August 22nd. The robot arrived on August 26 and will stay for ten days during which time it will learn tasks performed by astronauts.
Cutting-Edge Robots at the World Robot Conference

Cutting-Edge Robots at the World Robot Conference

Aug-23-19 By IdeaConnection
The World Robot Conference is currently taking place in Beijing, China, and innovators from all over the world are showing off their advanced technologies. Among them are a biometric robotic fish, a bionic seagull with flapping wings and a robotic artist that can draw portraits.
Google Artificial Intelligence Turns Sign Language into Speech

Google Artificial Intelligence Turns Sign Language into Speech

Aug-21-19 By IdeaConnection
Google says it has developed algorithms that allow smartphones to interpret and read aloud sign language. Although the tech giant has not developed an application of its own it has published the digital instructions for developers to make their own apps.
The US Navy Seeks Innovators to Build the World’s Largest Robot Ships

The US Navy Seeks Innovators to Build the World’s Largest Robot Ships

Aug-19-19 By IdeaConnection
The United States Navy is calling on industry to help it construct a fleet of ten robot warships in the next five years to patrol dangerous waters. They will build on the unmanned Sea Hunter, seen in this photo. The huge ships are referred to as Large Unmanned Surface Vehicles (LUSVs) and would carry out what is called 3D work.

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