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The GSMA’s latest report assesses the imperative to reduce emissions in the 5G era, how networks consume energy, which innovations can help boost efficiency and the challenges that remain in the way. Nov 2020 Authors: Tim Hatt, Emanuel Kolta https://data.gsmaintelligence.com/research/research/research-2020/5g-energy-efficiencies-green-is-the-new-black
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Japan’s birth rate is declining – and fast. Could AI be the solution? https://t.co/5NRifTRQo5 #Japan #Marriage pic.twitter.com/XzUgsTAZ16— World Economic Forum (@wef) December 14, 2020 The Japanese government is looking to develop an advanced AI matchmaking system to stem the country’s falling birth rate.The system takes into account age, income, hobbies and values before pairing up...
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Source: https://brownpoliticalreview.org/2020/12/big-ed-tech-is-watching-you-privacy-prejudice-and-pedag CHAELIN JUNG | DECEMBER 6, 2020 In the pandemic-era scramble of digital education delivery, the line between public and private has been unduly blurred. Remote learning has brought one particular learning tool — remote invigilance, or more colloquially “online proctoring” — to the fore. And students are not happy. Considering the unprecedented threats online proctoring...
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Published 28th November 2020. Photo by Ismael Paramo on Unsplash.com App faith: how religions are embracing technology Photo by Daniel Korpai Unsplash.com From apps that remind you to confess or help Muslims find halal food, to cashless church donations, religious practice is being inextricably linked to tech (1) The research paper “Survey, Analysis and Issues of...
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Nature 587, 354-358 (2020)doi: https://doi.org/10.1038/d41586-020-03187-3 18 NOVEMBER 2020 Journals and researchers are under fire for controversial studies using this technology. And a Nature survey reveals that many researchers in this field think there is a problem. Richard Van Noorden In September 2019, four researchers wrote to the publisher Wiley to “respectfully ask” that it immediately retract a scientific paper....
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Joycelyn Longdon Open Access Published: November, 2020 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542-5196(20)30254-0 The world is transitioning into a data-driven era, where algorithms can influence anything from our health-care services, consumer behaviour, and even national and international environmental decisions. Fears around the embedded bias and discrimination seen in algorithms has motivated an Environmental Data Justice movement of citizens, researchers,...
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In his video message on his prayer intention for November, Pope Francis emphasizes that progress in robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) be oriented “towards respecting the dignity of the person and of Creation”. By Vatican News staff writer During the month of November, Pope Francis draws our attention to the epochal change that humanity is...
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The ST-Flex “SuperTower” This is an aerial tethered tower with a maximum flight altitude of a 1000 ft (305 m) and a helium top off interval of 7+ days. https://www.altaeros.com/ The “SuperTower” uses an aerostat platform, combined with automation and control software, to deploy radios and antennas over four times higher than traditional cell towers...
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100 Boston University Law Review 1315 (2020) UCLA School of Law, Public Law Research Paper No. 20-01 Posted: 28 Jan 2020, Last revised: 2 Oct 2020 Andrew D. Selbst UCLA School of Law Date Written: March 11, 2019 Abstract Negligence law is often asked to adapt to new technologies. So it is with artificial intelligence...
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