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Could AI-powered drones be the solution to Europe's wildfire problems?
Danish inventors from a start-up formed at an Aalborg University technology incubator are combining the latest technology on drones and artificial intelligence to give fire crews a fighting chance.
Europe at forefront of 3D printing boom over the last decade
The European Patent Office has revealed the rapid growth of patent applications in 3D printing technology.
Digital Innovations drive Smart and Sustainable Cars of the Future
In this edition of Sci-Tech we visit the IAA Mobility event in Munich, in Germany. We’re checking out the latest tech trends driving the motor industry, now and into the future.
Chip designer Arm secures almost $5 billion in mammoth IPO
British chip designer Arm Holdings' shares debut on the Nasdaq on Thursday, in what is the largest initial public offering in nearly two years.
Chipmaker Arm is launching the biggest IPO of the year
Billions of dollars worth of shares are entering the market in what might be the biggest IPO of the year.
Apple Event 2023: New iPhone 15 and EU-imposed charge ports expected
Amid the anticipated announcement of the new iPhone 15, a big question at the 2023 Apple Event surrounds its charging ports.
Chinese foldable phones make a splash at IFA 2023
Chinese company HONOR stole the show at the IFA 2023 by unveiling a new foldable phone, and phone designed like a purse.
From Midjourney to DALL·E 2: The best AI tools for image generation
The capabilities of artificial intelligence (AI) image generation tools have grown at a terrifying pace. These are some of the best on the market.
First guide on AI in education recommends age limit of 13
The report found that schools around the world are largely unprepared for the use of generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) in education.
The EU is firmly in the global race for green tech leadership: study
The European Union has not yet fallen behind in the global race for net-zero technologies, despite fears of a loss of competitiveness.
Need to know CPR in a hurry? Don't bother asking AI voice assistants
A study looked at how popular AI voice assistants responded to questions a user might have regarding cardiac arrest. You'd be better calling medics.
New brain-computer interfaces help paralysed patients to speak again
Two “groundbreaking” brain-computer interfaces are being tested on paralysed people who lost the ability to speak.
This Palestinian teenager has created an app that decodes a baby's cry
A Palestinian teen developed an app she says can predict the reason behind a baby's tears based on the tone of their cries.
Here’s how news organisations are using AI in journalism
The Associated Press has laid out its approach to using generative AI, joining a handful of major news organisations in doing so.
'World’s fastest shoes' let you walk at the speed of a run
The AI-powered, TikTok-famous "Moonwalkers" can be strapped onto your shoes to make you reach a top walking speed of 11 km/h.
Most purchase scams now start on social media, says major UK bank
New data released by British bank Barclays shows almost nine out of 10 purchase scams start on social media.
How are tech companies changing the way we consume and interact?
With companies and governments pledging billions of dollars per annum to be the kings of the new tech empire, we explore what this new era of innovation means for consumers, and the way we do business.
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Will blockchain technologies ever become mainstream?
In this Euronews Tech Talks Q&A episode, we find ourselves in Avignon during one of the world's most important theatre festivals, asking the audience what they know about... blockchain.
Why are technology companies still struggling to address AI bias?
Artificial intelligence (AI) tools - from algorithms to generative software - have in-built biases. So, why hasn’t the problem been fixed?
Swiss researchers employ drones to monitor rainforest
The team’s project has reached the finals of the global XPRIZE Rainforest competition which encourages the development of technology to measure and monitor the rainforest ecosystem.