EU industry ministers have signed off on a €1 billion project to build the world’s fastest computer by 2023 in an effort to compete with China, the US, and Japan.
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A new project announced on 24 September plans to aid developing countries in gathering data on small farms in an effort to promote rural development and reduce hunger, according to
Blockchain: a strong link to rebuild confidence in the agriculture of the future?
In recent years, blockchain has frequently hit the headlines in the banking and finance sector, which have seen crypto-currencies multiply and strengthen their role as outsider options. The commonly accepted
“Anti-Cambridge Analytica” text: the European Commission on the right side of the “truth”?
As we have just heard that the European Commissioner for Justice, Věra Jourová, is heading up a draft text intended to protect European elections from a scandal like Cambridge Analytica,
A new model based on machine learning can predict the location and timing of earthquake aftershocks with more precision than the standard method, known as the Coulomb failure criterion. The
Quantum Computing is still many years away, however, a new paper published on 20 August in Nature Photonics has just made a huge leap towards turning the concept into reality
A technology called Sentry is offering civilians in Syria a crucial window of opportunity to escape imminent air strikes. The full story was published in Wired on August 16. The app
Overnight from 3rd to 4th July 2018, the two new laws proposed by the French government to tackle Fake News were adopted by the National Assembly. This nocturnal discussion, during
Google is yet again in the spotlight. The company is being investigated this week for trying to assert its dominance in the smartphone arena and according to a press release on
The European Union announced several new digital initiatives on Tuesday in Brussels, including agreements on artificial intelligence (AI), blockchain and 5G, as well as a new venture capital investment fund.