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Global threat Intelligence and warnings shared by Cyber Agencies enables mitigating cyber threats before large scale exploitation by hackers

According to the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Global Risks Report, cyber-security is recognised as one of the greatest threats to business worldwide, and the global cost of crimes in cyberspace is estimated to be $445bn. By 2021, cybercrime damage is estimated to hit $6 trillion annually.  To put that in …

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Cyber attacks as big a threat to warships as missiles and torpedoes, Navies develop cyber security policy and risk management

The maritime sector is on the verge of a digital disruption. As digital transformation of the maritime sector is gathering momentum that will have a major impact on operations and existing business models, simultaneously the threat cyber attacks is emerging. Further the  sector’s infrastructure will be exposed  to more and …

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Nanomedicine entering mainstream to treat Cancer, HIV and Chem-Bio weapon threats.

Nanomedicine is a branch of medicine that applies the knowledge and tools of nanotechnology to the prevention and treatment of disease. Nanomedicines typically encapsulate therapeutic and/or imaging compounds in submicrometer-sized carrier materials. Nanomedicine involves the use of nanoscale materials, such as biocompatible nanoparticles and nanorobots, for diagnosis, delivery, sensing or …

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New materials bringing Thermoelectric generators or heat-to-power technology close to deployment

Thermoelectric energy harvesting mainly depends on the operation of the thermoelectric generator (TEG). A thermoelectric (TE) device can directly convert heat emanating from the Sun, radioisotopes, automobiles, industrial sectors, or even the human body to electricity.  A TEG converts heat directly into electrical energy according to the Seebeck effect.   …

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Emerging AI and machine learning based cyber security deception technology includes cyber traps and decoys.

The number of threats organizations face continues to go up. Attacks grow more sophisticated and target more widely. Current security tools are very good at flagging up anomalies but not so good at defining their impact and risk potential. The result is a hailstorm of alerts, most of which need …

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Risind threat of rising Mass shooting incidents, Security Forces deploying technologies AI based Gunfire detection systems, and imaging radars

Assaults by firearm kill about 11,000 people in the US each year, which translates to a roughly 1-in-370 lifetime chance of death from gun violence. That’s almost 50% more likely than the lifetime odds of dying while riding inside a car, truck, or van. These measures also suggest Americans are …

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Neural Implant restores visual perception by sending camera feed into Blind people’s brain

Around 39 million people in the world are thought to be completely blind and according to the World Health Organization, 90% of visually impaired people live in low and middle-income countries. Blindness can be caused by lots of different illnesses and injuries  includingt diabetes, macular degeneration, severe eye injuries, cornea …

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Growth of Internet of Things and Wearables leading to rising demand of Flexible batteries to power them

Battery usage has expanded from mobile phones and laptops to LED lamps, portable fans, toys, toothbrushes, and even automobiles. Now, the battery applications are expanding further as the Internet of Things, Industry 4.0, big data, mobile and cloud computing are introduced. People build systems to obtain, manage and utilise data …

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DARPA Fast Networks Interface Cards (FastNICs) to enable exascale supercomputers to distributed machine learning

Computing performance has steadily increased against the trajectory set by Moore’s Law, and networking performance has accelerated at a similar rate. Despite these connected evolutions in network and server technology however, the network stack, starting with the network interface card (NIC) – or the hardware that bridges the network/server boundary …

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Australian Defence boosts innovation through Defence Innovation Hub, Next Generation Technology Fund (NGTF) and Capability and Technology Demonstrator program

The rising tensions between the US and China has put Australia is a very awkward position. Its defence traditionally relied on the US which is now challanged by China. United  States Defence Secretary General James Mattis released the National Defense Strategy Commission’s assessment of the Pentagon’s defence strategy, warned that …

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