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RT @techreview: To understand why blockchain matters, look back at the dot-com bubble and the 14th century. https://t.co/CdT9cHPVkGOpen
To understand why blockchain matters, look past the wild speculation at what is being built underneath, argue the authors of The Age of Cryptocurrency and its newly published follow-up, The ...
Would the emerging convergence of the current IoT infrastructure with blockchain and artificial intelligence bring much-needed security to the changing internet?
Artificial Intelligence For Good - Also Makes Business Sense via @Forbes #IBMResearch https://t.co/UjcIg6RxNzOpen
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to do a lot of good in the world. In this post we look at how AI has been used to tackle some of the world’s biggest challenges and why doing ...
How Do Canadian Food Industries Perceive Food Fraud, and How Do They Manage the Threat? - https://t.co/SGtOTP5Twh - https://t.co/60Zu8OI7K5 https://t.co/hgxxckUWIjOpen
One survey sought to find out how well food industry players understand food fraud, and how they mitigate the risks and tackle problems that arise.
The revised Food Safety Law was passed by the Chinese Executive Committee on 24th April 2015 and and amended again according to the Decision of the Standing Committee of the National ...
RT @SafeFoodCulture: In this article, expert Lone Jespersen looks at the importance of creating a culture of food safety within the #supplychain. South Africa can learn a lot from others who are ahead of us in the #foodsafetyculture journey https://t.co/QDOvj4yC17 https://t.co/OvblXTrfbNOpen
The food supply chain is of global importance, to us as consumers but also for all those working in the industry. In this article expert Lone Jesperson looks at the importance of
RT @UNDPasiapac: Equal and inclusive societies are better placed to bring the world to the life-changing “zeros” set out in the SDGs: zero poverty, hunger, child deaths, AIDS, TB, malaria, discrimination against women and girls, and human trafficking. @UNESCAP + @ADB_HQ https://t.co/edzIJGWtby https://t.co/eo8BObjIi1Open
In the Asia-Pacific region, accelerating the efforts to strengthen climate action, gender equality, civic engagement, and domestic resource mobilization is key to achieving the SDGs.
🇪🇺🇦🇲On 10 June @EU_Armenia and Armenian government gave presentations on efficiencies in e-governance tools and perspectives of development of e-governance in Armenia. #AmbassadorŚwitalski and Armenia’s Deputy PM Tigran Avinyan made statements. More 👉 https://t.co/tLG2B21yJ1 https://t.co/FTcsAReW4EOpen
On 10 June the EU Delegation to Armenia and the Armenian government gave presentations on efficiencies in electronic governance tools and perspectives of the development of e-governance in ...
RT @WRICitiesIndia: Not #smartcities, #India needs climate-smart cities to protect its #urbanpoor from heat waves. https://t.co/Dl8FuOXLgX (via @scroll_in) @WRIClimate @WRIRossCitiesOpen
Even at night, people living in densely-built, low-income urban neighbourhoods get no respite.
Good piece from @TheEconomist summarizing current space security challenges https://t.co/LBIVNFgSggOpen
A missile hitting a satellite creates a huge amount of space shrapnel
@JamesMuncy Yes, but the devil is always in the details. Are they talking active space control like reconfiguring payloads and changing orbits maneuvering or dropping bombs on jammers and blowing up satellites? Even the US doctrine on this is confusing https://t.co/6uiF8t2LMe https://t.co/WPsgpK35aDOpen
The various phenomena resulting from the Sun’s activity are collectively termed “space weather” and manifest as solar flares, increased electromagnetic noise, ionosphere interference, or ...
The U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) this week made an extensive report public about military expansion in space.
Healthcare and Security
RT @UCLBehaveChange: The Open Digital Health Initiative - Extending the life of evidence-based digital health tools https://t.co/j9xUWltHY3 New Digi-Hub blog by @dkwasnicka on making developed tools more accessible for all https://t.co/yS2eYW8MqYOpen
New tech body NHSX will host a "national centre of expertise" to manage the sharing of patient data with industry, according to a Department of Health and Social Care release. https://t.co/39lH1fmtCuOpen
NHSX to manage commercial deals for patient data, MedTech Europe calls for 'an interoperable data ecosystem for digital health' and more news briefs
Also: French academic hospital CHRU de Nancy announces 10-year enterprise informatics agreement with Royal Philips, former NHS England director Sir Bruce Keogh joins messaging app firm and ...
"The healthcare industry is recognizing that it is critical to have diverse talent representation and inclusive workplaces to create solutions that meet the needs of all populations." -- @leslieinhit https://t.co/apMfh7LIKU #Aim2Innovate #HITworksOpen
Listen to more Innovation that Sticks podcasts In this episode we discuss the importance of patient satisfaction, how a fear of innovations such as artificial intelligence is preventing the ...
Data tools developed by @NREL help researchers find new ways to mitigate potential cyber threats and protect energy infrastructure. 👉 https://t.co/8Jxa4Zlbpz #ARPAE19 @ARPAE https://t.co/PlvXzpLzmKOpen
NREL researchers are working to mitigate threats to today’s energy infrastructure and provide a pathway to a more secure and resilient energy future. With global trends showing greater ...
There’s no shortage of ideas for supporting renewables on Capitol Hill. Gridlock has experts doubtful of near-term progress.
Aggressive U.S. energy policy tests ties with European allies https://t.co/fEhgLhgaFU https://t.co/ADKqmK1CxtOpen
For the administration of President Donald Trump, a policy of "energy domin...