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China antenna turns Earth into giant radio station, with signals reaching Guam https://t.co/BE9zCVhGgF— South China Morning Post (@SCMPNews) December 2, 2021 The exact location has not been revealed but signals can reach submarines across vast distances, researchers sayA joint experiment with Russia confirmed a ‘ping’ from the facility can also travel effectively underground By Stephen...
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“How AI Fails Us,” Divya Siddarth, Daron Acemoglu, Danielle Allen, Kate Crawford, James Evans, Michael Jordan, E. Glen Weyl (December 1, 2021). The dominant vision of artificial intelligence imagines a future of large-scale autonomous systems outperforminghumans in an increasing range of fields. This “actually existing AI” vision misconstrues intelligence as autonomousrather than social and relational. It is both unproductive...
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4th December 2021 Implanted microchips operate via radio frequency identification technology, a wireless system comprising tags and readers. Radio-frequency identification microchips use the same technology found in credit cards, key fobs and public transport passes. The RFID chips are passive, meaning they don’t have a battery or power source, and so do nothing until they...
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26 November 2021 Source: https://www.icasa.org.za/news/2021/icasa-awards-provisional-radio-frequency-spectrum-assignments-to-qualifying-licensees Pretoria – The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA/the Authority) has concluded its analysis of applications for provisional assignment of radio frequency spectrum under the new ICT COVID-19 National State of Disaster Regulations, 2021, and resolved to grant licences to six (6) electronic communications network operators. The licences are valid...
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Stam R. Occupational exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields. Ind Health. 2021 Nov 16. doi: 10.2486/indhealth.2021-0129. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 34789598. Abstract High exposures to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields (RF EMF) are possible in workplaces involving sources used for broadcasting, telecommunication, security and identification, remote sensing and the heating and drying of goods. A systematic literature...
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Source: Airlines for America SmartBrief https://bit.ly/3cGGapm 2021-11-22 The Canadian government has limited use of 5G communications at certain frequencies around airports due to concern that the frequencies could interfere with aircraft altimeters. The US government is currently considering what steps are needed to mitigate that possibility after temporarily halting a similar expansion of 5G usage...
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Deadline Approaching: Special Issue “Occupational and General Public Exposure to Electromagnetic Fields” Guest Editors: Dr. Valentina Hartwig and Dr. Giuseppe Acri 6 papers has been published Deadline: 1 January 2022 See this special issue at: https://mdpi.com/journal/ijerph/special_issues/Occupational_and_General_Public_Exposure_to_Electromagnetic_Fields
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