5G private networks enable business everywhere

The manufacturing industry is rapidly exploring 5G technology, mainly to enable artificial intelligence-driven use cases, such as closed loop production, adaptive production, predictive analytics for the maintenance and training and safety of workers based on augmented reality (XR), says Jagadeesh Dantuluri, general manager for private and dedicated networks at Keysight Technologies. “It’s not a static assembly line that does the same thing over and over again, but a line that can be changed based on their needs,” he says. “Private networks are essentially enabling new business models in production.” However, the benefits of 5G private networks go beyond production. Because

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Binance Limits Services in Russia Due to the EU’s 5th Package of Sanctions

The EU 5th Package of Sanctions: What Binance is Doing Binance confirmed that they’ll be halting the service to the following countries: Russia, Iran, North Korea, and Syria. This is due to the EU’s 5th package of sanctions against Russia over their annexation of Crimea and intervention in eastern Ukraine. Vladimir Putin’s government has vowed to continue economic cooperation despite western insults – which only serves as proof of Putin’s lack of diplomatic credibility.  How Is Binance related to Ethereum? Binance is the world’s leading cryptocurrency exchange in terms of volume and traffic. It’s also currently the biggest exchange by

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As AT&T, Google and Apple shape the future of 911

In the coming weeks, AT&T is extraction tracking the location of a mobile phone designed to speed emergency calls to 911. The company says the new feature will be available nationwide by the end of June and should make it easier, say, for an ambulance to reach someone with an ambulance. At first glance, this seems to make no sense. But it’s also a reminder that as phone companies promise to save lives, they also use a lot more information about you in the process. The upgrade of AT&T is part of a broader effort to modernize the country’s approach

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I tried to buy Olive Garden NFT. All I got was heartburn.

I wanted to put in my $ 20, but OpenSea didn’t accept credit cards. I should buy part of the cryptocurrency Ether to complete the transaction. All right! I am a game. Ether in my hand (or wallet, to be exact), I went back to OpenSea and tried to make a purchase. Except at the time I was ready, those initial drops were apparently already sold out. The price has gone up. Way up. Secondary vendors, who may have seen the same topics on Twitter that I saw, were now trying to reverse their OG NFT. With dark resignation, I

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BeReal is the latest Generation Z social app obsessed with authenticity

BeReal, as the name of the application says, wants me to publish my truth. Once randomly a day, I’m asked to “be real,” to synchronously capture my unfiltered life through selfies and the phone’s rear camera. Behind the smoke and mirrors of social media stands, as BeReal claims, a distinctly authentic self, waiting to be discovered. BeReal’s premise is simple. Each day, users are randomly asked to take a photo within two minutes, although the publish window remains open for hours. Users can add a caption, comment on a friend’s posts on the day, and communicate via RealMojis or personalized

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Crypto is surviving a fierce storm. Some still cling to a dear life.

Algorithmically stable coins, however, are different. They are a DeFi experiment that is not tied to fiat money and does not hold collateral to stabilize their value. Instead, they are usually supported by another token, in the mathematical equation push me-pull. Terra, for example, balances variations in the value of stable money by increasing or decreasing the supply of Luna tokens through incentives; investors can profit from these exchanges, which keeps them – in theory – from trading tokens in the amounts the algorithm predicts they will. But a lot of that is magical thinking. Long before the collapse of

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Interview: Bill Gates talks to Recode about his new book, philanthropy, public health

The WHO estimates that the Covid-19 pandemic killed almost 15 million people around the world – not just because of the virus, but as an indirect consequence of the crisis, such as the inability to obtain other types of medical care because hospital systems were overloaded. But it didn’t have to be so catastrophic. Experts say its impacts have been exacerbated by a number of factors: the world was ill-prepared for a pandemic, many countries were slow to develop and provide access to Covid-19 tests, and economic inequality everything got worse. Low- and middle-income countries are still struggling to access

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Soon, self-driving cars will be easy to hide in sight. We shouldn’t let them.

Self-driving cars will soon become easy to hide in sight. The lidar sensors on the roof that currently mark many of them are likely to become smaller. Mercedes vehicles with the new, partially automated Drive Pilot system, which carries its lidar sensors behind the car’s front grille, are no different to ordinary people-driven vehicles. Is this a good thing? As part of ours Driverless Futures project at University College London, my colleagues and I recently concluded the largest and most comprehensive research of citizens’ attitudes on self-driving vehicles and traffic rules. One of the questions we decided to ask, after

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Is this another technology bubble bursting?

That scream you hear? It’s a stock market crash, led by a collapse in technology stocks: the overall market has fallen 18 percent this year, and technology stocks have fallen about 30 percent. That sound is also a refrain “I told you so” from people who have compared the market to what investors have enjoyed for years with the dot-com bubble of the late 1990s – and who say things will get worse. In the collapse of dot-com that began in March 2000, stocks of technology eventually fell nearly 80 percent. It’s the kind of collapse that could affect everyone,

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This is the first image of a black hole in the center of our galaxy

The image was made possible by connecting eight existing radio observatories around the world to form a single Earth-sized virtual telescope that collected data for many hours over several nights. This new image could look very similar to the 2019 one from M87 *, but the masses of the two black holes and the types of galaxies that surround them are very different. Researchers have been able to determine that Sagittarius A *, located at the center of our small spiral galaxy, consumes gas much slower than M87 *, which is located at the center of a giant elliptical galaxy

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