Data-driven vehicles: The next security challenge — Infosec News Ireland

Companies are increasingly building smart products that are tailored to know the individual user. In the automotive world, the next generation passenger vehicle could behave like a personal chauffeur, sentry and bodyguard rolled into one. Over the next decade, every car manufacturer that offers any degree of autonomy in a vehicle will be forced […]

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Beginner Guidelines To Become A Cyber Security Expert — Technologies Updates

Who is a Cybersecurity Expert? Cybersecurity expert is one who protects information from unauthorized access, illegal duplication, and theft. He analyzes where the risks are and then devises a strategy to prevent breaches. He fights against cyber criminals and those who use hacking methods and the internet to steal private or sensitive information from the […]

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Announcing the agenda for Robotics+AI — March 3 at UC Berkeley — TechCrunch

We’re bringing TC Sessions: Robotics+AI back to UC Berkeley on March 3, and we’re excited to announce our jam-packed agenda. For months we’ve been recruiting speakers from the ranks of the most innovative founders, top technologists and hard-charging VCs working in robotics and AI, and the speaker line-up will capture the remarkable acceleration across the…

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Washington Must Bet Big on AI or Lose Its Global Clout — Productivity Hub

New report says $25 billion—and a more welcoming attitude toward foreign talent—is needed to keep US in the technology race with China. The US government must spend $25 billion on artificial intelligence research by 2025, stem the loss of foreign AI talent, and find new ways to prevent critical AI technology from being stolen and exported, according […]

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Are Australia’s wildfires pushing us to even more climate disasters? — Productivity Hub

Wildfires release vast amounts of carbon into the atmosphere. Their broader impact is far more complicated. Australia’s wildfires are burning with such intensity that they’re sparking contained, small-scale weather systems. Thunderstorms triggered by atmospheric disturbance might at first seem to offer relief in the form of raindrops, but instead, bolts of lightning can strike nearby […]

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Save over $200 with discounted student tickets to Robotics + AI 2020 — TechCrunch

If you’re a current student and you love robots — and the AI that drives them — you do not want to miss out on TC Sessions: Robotics + AI 2020. Our day-long deep dive into these two life-altering technologies takes place on March 3 at UC Berkeley and features the best and brightest minds,…

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Joby Aviation raises $590 million led by Toyota to launch an electric air taxi service — TechCrunch

Joby Aviation has raised a $590 million Series C round of funding, including $394 million from lead investor Toyota Motor Corporation, the company announced today. Joby is in the process of developing an electric air taxi service, which will make use of in-house developed electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft that will in part…

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