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Thursday 24 September 2020 | 13:32 CET | News Swisscom said it has partnered with Ericsson and Qualcomm to pick start-ups to develop 5G applications through the 5G Start-up Challenge competition. The winners of the competition can test their applications in March 2021 at Swisscom’s 5G laboratory or other locations and regions and even on trains,...
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Source: https://www.latimes.com/business/story/2020-09-24/column-5g-wireless-car-emergency-systems The switch to 5G wireless technology could leave millions of older vehicles cut off from emergency services unless manufacturers upgrade systems.(Cadillac) By DAVID LAZARUS, SEP. 24, 2020 Telecom companies want people to focus on the benefits of state-of-the-art 5G wireless technology: faster speeds, greater reliability. But for possibly millions of car owners, the transition...
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A new project in the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center seeks to unburden operators by ingesting information and identifying trends. (Airman 1st Class Blake Wiles/U.S. Air Force) WASHINGTON — The Pentagon’s clearinghouse on artificial intelligence is set to deliver a new tool to special operators to conduct psychological operations in near-real time in the information environment....
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Source: https://www.propertycasualty360.com/2020/09/23/growth-in-5g-and-iot-presents-new-cyber-threats/?slreturn=20200824112831 Cyber-related incidents resulting in damage to physical property have the potential to become an issue as big as data theft or ransomware in the next few years. By Camilla Walker | September 23, 2020 As cyber exposures continue to evolve, property underwriters (along with those in other traditional lines of insurance) are increasingly unwilling to include...
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IN THE UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALSFOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA CIRCUITNOS. 20-1025 AND 20-1138 Filed: 09/22/2020 Parties.Petitioners in Case No. 20-1025 are Environmental Health Trust, Consumers for Safe Cell Phones, Elizabeth Barris, and Theodora Scarato. Petitioners in Case No. 20-1138 are Children’s Health Defense, Michele Hertz, Petra Brokken, Dr. David O. Carpenter, Dr. Toril...
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PHOTO CREDIT: Nadeesh Jayawaradena Source: https://washingtonspectator.org/regulators-steamroll-health-concerns-as-the-global-economy-embraces-5g/ By Joel Moskowitz, Sep 18, 2020 In a Washington Post op-ed (June 4), “5G conspiracy theories threaten the U.S. recovery,” Thomas Johnson Jr., the Federal Communications Commission’s general counsel, declared: “Conjectures about 5G’s effect on human health are long on panic and short on science.” Snippet: According to Johnson, “if we delay...
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Source: https://www.nextgov.com/emerging-tech/2020/09/after-decision-upholding-fccs-5g-rules-cities-now-weighing-appeal/168658/ By ANDREA NOBLE SEPTEMBER 22, 2020 The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals largely upheld FCC rules limiting local government’s ability to regulate 5G infrastructure and cap fees. Cities involved in the case have until Sept. 28 to file an appeal, but some experts say the ruling wasn’t all bad. Dozens of cities and...
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Image by Pat King The International Dark-Sky Association is pleased to announce the certification of Timpanogos Cave National Monument as an Urban Night Sky Place (UNSP). This International Dark Sky Place designation was developed in 2018 to draw attention to the role urban protected landscapes play in raising public awareness of light pollution. Timpanogos Cave is the...
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Source: https://www.wired.com/story/portlands-face-recognition-ban-twist-smart-cities/#:~:text=The%20first%20big%20US%20city,tools%20and%20concerns%20about%20fairness. Tom Simonite 09.21.2020 The first big US city to prohibit private businesses from using the technology reflects rising skepticism of new tools and concerns about fairness. PORTLAND’S 2016 ENTRY for a $50 million federal contest called the Smart City Challenge described a Pacific Northwest tech-topia. It promised autonomous shuttles, trucks, and cars on city streets, through partnerships...
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