Edmund Clarke logged off
Edmund Clarke, the FORE Systems Professor of Computer Science Emeritus at Carnegie Mellon University, and the winner of the Turing Award has died of COVID-19.
Need to see off the Fintech industry
Banks in the UK are shifting to digital platforms to gain a competitive advantage against the rising FinTech industry, according to a report published today by Information Services Group (ISG).
Information Services Group report
COVID-19 is providing a strong incentive for manufacturers to move toward smart factories, complete with remote and experience-based solutions, and optimised operations, cost structures and business models.
Hit less by lock-downs even if they once made a name for themselves by commuting
The COVID-19 pandemic brought far less change to work life in the Nordic region than in other parts of the world, thanks to a traditionally high number of employees already working remotely, according to a report published today by Information Services Group (ISG).
Sound of hacking
Scientists from MIT have developed a new AI model that can detect COVID-19 from a simple forced cough.
Distributed computing still around
The Folding@home project has shared new results of its efforts to simulate proteins from the SARS-CoV-2 virus to better understand how they function and how to stop them.
Too fast too soon
Global 2000 has rushed the movement of legacy applications to the cloud due to COVID-19, and nearly two thirds are ‘at risk’ for unexpected cost/performance issues as a result of having simply “lifted and shifted” applications instead of optimising prior to migrating them.
It does not spread COVID-19
European Union leaders need to tackle urgently disinformation on 5G technology, which is central to the bloc's economic recovery from COVID-19 and its plans to catch up with the United States and China, a study by telecoms lobby group ETNO showed.
Only for staff for now
Apple has developed two types of masks that the company is beginning to distribute to corporate and retail employees to limit the spread of COVID-19.
AI found 50 flavours
A novel machine learning model developed by researchers at Michigan State University has discovered that mutations to the SARS-CoV-2 genome have made the virus more infectious.