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As the digitization of critical infrastructure continues to accelerate across industries, cybersecurity has become an essential topic in the global discussion. Cyber-physical systems (CPS) integrate physical systems in the real world and control software in computing systems. According to researchers, the introduction of networking technologies in CPS has substantial advantages ...

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Artificial intelligence (AI) has, in one way or another, been incorporated into many people’s daily lives. The global market size for AI was US$12 billion in 2018, with continued growth to US$91 billion expected by 2024. The current iteration of AI is called Weak AI, even though it has made ...

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If we solve forecasted computing challenges, 6G can transform how we do business, manage and operate infrastructures, and live. 6G technology, combined with intelligent surfaces, can deliver low latency and multi-gigabit connectivity. Large Intelligent Surfaces (LIS) constitute a promising wireless communication paradigm that integrates many antenna elements over the surfaces ...

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In today’s world, data is everything: the lifeblood of industry, communication, commerce, entertainment, and even national defense. But the amount of data in the world is rapidly expanding at an overwhelming pace—according to Statista, some 74 zettabytes of data were created in 2021 alone, up from 59 the year before—making...

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A new online scheduling framework could enhance multi-microgrid systems to support residential energy sources to become more reliable, cost-effective and mitigate electricity demand coming from the main grid.

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Industries across the globe are under pressure to stay competitive, enhance operations and improve quality. Steps have been taken to incorporate smart and flexible capabilities on the factory floor, but a new AI visual inspection tool could help address manufacturing processes that are still frequently overlooked, such as product inspections.

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During holiday shopping season, retailers must ensure they don’t just draw shoppers online, but convert them into buyers. Using predictive analytics, researchers believe they can identify the best customers seconds after shoppers get online, enabling improved targeting for promotions.

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With internet traffic on the rise, researchers have found a way to meet future data demands by setting a world record for SMF data transmission.

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Urban areas are key contributors to climate change. A new smart sensor that measures and monitors urban soil health could help make cities greener.

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police data analysis
Many industries are experiencing a digital transformation through the power of data, bringing new intelligence and insights into the workplace and beyond. As part of this movement, law enforcement agencies are now looking to Intelligence-Led Policing (ILP), a model of proactive policing activity that uses data mining and analysis as...

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