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Apple is expected to unveil new MacBooks with more powerful chips
The new chip, along with a general rise in laptop sales, prompted a boom in Mac sales during the COVID pandemic.
Labelling times for life-saving MRI scans cut from years to 30 minutes
A groundbreaking deep learning study can label 100,000 MRI scans for cancer and neuro patients in minutes rather than years.
This is Europe’s most powerful quantum computer ever
Angela Merkel unveiled the new IBM Quantum System One, a machine that its backers hope could play a role in solving society’s biggest issues.
Swiss health workers are using videogames to fight COVID-19
Researchers at Geneva University Hospitals have developed a game to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 among health workers.
AI, Captain! First unmanned vessel prepares to cross the Atlantic
The world's first intelligent ship will monitor sea levels and record audio to track whale populations as it makes its first unmanned voyage.
A ‘digital twin’ of Earth will help scientists to predict the future
The complex computer model will take into account weather and climate systems as well as our impact on the planet.
Virtual humans to map the future of major surgery
An international team are building virtual twins on supercomputers to test reaction to major surgery before proceeding and also the treatment of serious illness. These digital doppelgängers will mirror everything from how your heart beats and your lungs work, right down to your personal DNA code.
'It is a matter of time before supercomputers design virus treatments'
In this week's episode of Futuris, Euronews finds out how supercomputers are supporting researchers looking for coronavirus treatments.
COVID-19: Could AI and supercomputers unlock the pathogen puzzle?
Futuris looks at how Artificial Intelligence and High Performance Computing are helping in the fight against COVID-19.
New device simulates the feeling of touch in virtual reality
This piece of tech could provide museums and educational organisations with new ways to engage with the public.
Google claims quantum computing 'supremacy'
Google says its so-called quantum computer solved a problem in minutes that would take today's best supercomputer thousands of years to crack.
5G and SMEs: the keys to digital transformation at ITU Telecom World
ITU Telecom World 2019 gathers governments, industry and entrepeneurs in Budapest, Hungary. This year's topic focuses on the importance of global collaboration in the telecom world: "Innovating together: connectivity that matters".
Quantum tech promises 'unhackable' phones and super-secure networks
Quantum technologies promise a profound change in our digital lives. By harnessing the power of quantum physics, they can create absolutely un-hackable microchips and totally secure communication networks and they are being developed here in Europe
Meet the woman who played a key role in black hole image discovery
Dr Katie Bouman led the development of the algorithm that would lead to the production of the first-ever image of a black hole.
One of Europe's most powerful supercomputers is housed in a church
Dan Brown's Robert Langdon stories, such as Angels & Demons and The Da Vinci Code seem to come to life in this 19th-century church in Barcelona.
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New weather supercomputer to be installed in Bologna
A next-generation supercomputer is set to be installed in Bologna, Italy. The new system could help predict the weather with more accuracy, giving people a better chance of preparing for high-impact events such as windstorms or floods.
US-China trade war: Could Silicon Valley's dominance soon end? | View
The current trade war between the U.S. and China will, like all such disputes, produce no winners.
A teacher is our second #Europeanhero
Elaine Manton motivates girls at Loreto Grammar School for Girls and beyond to take up STEM subjects and win prizes for their innovations. She constantly refreshes the curriculum and takes inspiration from other STEM teachers around the globe.
Bill Gates 'regrets' this keyboard shortcut
What could billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates possibly regret? Well, a keyboard shortcut, it turns out.
View: Dealing with cyber warfare
Are cyber-attacks the wave of the future, or can norms be developed to control international cyber conflict?
Malware Monday as more WannaCry victims expected
More WannaCry victims expected as people return to work
Scientists in the UK believe they have a blueprint for the first ever quantum computer
For decades world renowned scientists, including Albert Einstein, have argued furiously about quantum physics.
"Father of Pac-Man", Nakumara dies at the age of 91
Masaya Nakamura, the founder of video game company Namco, which in the 1980s released the world-famous game Pac-Man, has died at the age of 91
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WWII codebreaker Alan Turing gets royal pardon for gay conviction
Mathematician Alan Turing, who helped Britain win World War Two by cracking Nazi Germany’s “unbreakable” Enigma code, was granted a rare royal pardon