ICYMI: Strategists are drowning in data and researchers are being trolled

Global supply chains threatened by the rise of ransomware

Cyber ​​criminals blackmail global supply chains. Board members think they outwitted them. You’re wrong, experts say

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Researchers face tech trolls in a post-pandemic world

An overwhelming majority of researchers don’t feel safe communicating their findings on social media, according to a new poll, and nearly a third of respondents have experienced abuse after posting research or knew a close colleague who had received the same negative response. The poll results are included in The Confidence in Research: Researchers in the Spotlight report, which also found that 63 percent of the scientific researchers polled think the global response to Covid-19 is increasing public awareness of research Has. But only 38 percent believe better public understanding of research will be a legacy of the pandemic.

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Deep Neural Network captures full body scans from wrist cam

A deep neural network that allows a single wrist-mounted camera to create a real-time, full-body representation of the wearer’s actions could be available for regular smartwatches and phones. Cornell University researchers have developed BodyTrak, a wristband that tracks 3D full body posture, the first wearable device to track full body posture with a single camera. BodyTrak could be used to monitor physical activities that require precision, says Cheng Zhang, assistant professor of information science and senior author of the publication.

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Artificial intelligence strategists are drowning in data

Organizations understand that artificial intelligence and machine learning will transform the way they work with data. But boardrooms find the details confusing

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Privacy is still a barrier to cloud service adoption

More than seven in ten (71%) SMBs believe cloud services will be a core part of their business in the next five years, but research suggests that cloud privacy remains a concern and future adoption could even stagnate. Research by European web provider IONOS has revealed that many SMEs have undergone digital transformation in the wake of the pandemic and are striving to reap further benefits. Nearly seven in ten (68%) in the survey said they are using more cloud services than before the pandemic, and 42% say they have invested in cloud since March 2020.

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Experts say poor NHS tech threatens patient safety

NHS leaders need to reassess their approach to digital transformation and deal with crumbling IT infrastructure and poor user experiences, experts at Imperial College London say. Critical care physician and data scientist Joe Zhang and colleagues point to system failures at major NHS hospital trusts and warn of increasing digital transformation, “meaning that such failures are no longer just an inconvenience but our ability to provide safe and effective care , fundamentally affect”.

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