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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 7/20/2017
We know there are a huge number of tech jobs in the UK at the moment due to its booming technology sector. However, what about the whole of the EU? New data from Eurostat shows that there are 8.2 million people working in the IT industry today -- that's 3.7% of the overall EU workforce.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 7/19/2017
While demand for wearables hasn't exploded quite as much as expected, there is one very useful aspect of a wrist-worn watch -- health monitoring, especially related to the heart. Enter Heartisans, a startup that is developing the world's first wrist-worn blood pressure monitor.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 7/18/2017
Oxford-based augmented reality startup WaveOptics has raised GB pound 12 million (US$15.6 million) in its Series B founding round to help further develop its technology and expand its business.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 7/17/2017
Over the last 20 years, Formula 1 has become one of the most high-tech sports in the world. The cars are electronically controlled by computers, with drivers who seem almost superhuman piloting them around race tracks all over the world. In 2017, the cars use hugely complicated engines and highly advanced aerodynamics in an attempt to win a race and, ...
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Toby Kernon, CEO and Founder, Wagonex, 7/17/2017
It's safe to say that transportation has come a long way since we were hopping on a horse-drawn cart to take us from A to B. Whether we are hailing a taxi from an app, discussing how driverless cars are set to take to the roads or how we can now own a car on subscription, how we travel and own a vehicle is changing like never before.
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Ray Le Maistre, International Group Editor, 7/17/2017
Medium-sized and large enterprises should be employing data scientists either immediately or at least in the near term, according to the findings of the TechX365 community poll.
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Itsik Mantin, Director of Security Research, Imperva, 7/14/2017
For me, the term "artificial intelligence" is strongly bound to Arnold Schwarzenegger trying first to ruin and later save the world as The Terminator. More than 30 years have passed since the film, and the term AI is a buzz word once again. But how do we separate fact from fiction?
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 7/13/2017
Continuing the artificial intelligence (AI) charge, Google has announced it's acquired an AI startup, Halli Labs, for an undisclosed amount. The India-based company, which only revealed itself to the world in May, was working on applying AI and machine learning to fix old problems and issues, but will now carry this out as a part of Google.
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Phil Oakley, Site Editor, TechX365, 7/12/2017
Back in May, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan announced that he was beginning a search for a chief digital officer for London, to "make London an even smarter smart city and use our incredible technological abilities to the best effect." However, two months have now passed and, other than a passing comment at the launch of London Tech Week, the CDO role hasn't ...
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