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Building the backbone for innovation, speed and thriving humanity https://t.co/JdNSeFnFDl

Building the backbone for innovation, speed and thriving humanity https://t.co/JdNSeFnFDl — Lenore Albert (@LenoreAlbert19) Feb 8, 2023 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/LenoreAlbert19 February 08, 2023 at 10:19AM via IFTTT

Building the backbone for innovation, speed and thriving humanity

From AI-powered platforms that can detect abnormal activities in supermarkets, to edge servers helping preserve biodiversity in remote locations, today’s technologies drive innovation in ways never before imaginable. “Innovation serves the purpose of making our life better, our work more productive, and our planet more sustainable,” says Yang Yuanqing, CEO and chairman of Lenovo. TechnologyContinue reading “Building the backbone for innovation, speed and thriving humanity”

Out with the old and in with the “new IT”

For enterprises looking to shift from hardware investments to services and beyond, a change in technology and data infrastructure could be key. One approach is a focus on the “New IT,” a term coined by Lenovo, that features five elements: client, edge and cloud, network, and intelligence to meet business goals. “The mission of theContinue reading “Out with the old and in with the “new IT””

The Download: inside our chaotic brains, and small nuclear reactors https://t.co/D6Per4B1wy

The Download: inside our chaotic brains, and small nuclear reactors https://t.co/D6Per4B1wy — Lenore Albert (@LenoreAlbert19) Feb 8, 2023 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/LenoreAlbert19 February 08, 2023 at 08:19AM via IFTTT

The Download: inside our chaotic brains, and small nuclear reactors

This is today’s edition of The Download, our weekday newsletter that provides a daily dose of what’s going on in the world of technology. Neuroscientists listened in on people’s brains for a week. They found order and chaos. The news: Our brains exist in a state somewhere between stability and chaos as they help us make senseContinue reading “The Download: inside our chaotic brains, and small nuclear reactors”

How Telegram groups can be used by police to find protesters https://t.co/oiMKdSVW3D

How Telegram groups can be used by police to find protesters https://t.co/oiMKdSVW3D — Lenore Albert (@LenoreAlbert19) Feb 8, 2023 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/LenoreAlbert19 February 08, 2023 at 06:19AM via IFTTT

How Telegram groups can be used by police to find protesters

China Report is MIT Technology Review’s newsletter about technology developments in China. Sign up to receive it in your inbox every Tuesday. First of all, I’m still processing the whole “Chinese spy balloon” saga, which, from start to finish, took over everyone’s brains for just about 72 hours and has been one of the weirdest recent eventsContinue reading “How Telegram groups can be used by police to find protesters”

We were promised smaller nuclear reactors. Where are they? https://t.co/MTCX9zAR3w

We were promised smaller nuclear reactors. Where are they? https://t.co/MTCX9zAR3w — Lenore Albert (@LenoreAlbert19) Feb 8, 2023 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js from Twitter https://twitter.com/LenoreAlbert19 February 08, 2023 at 05:14AM via IFTTT

We were promised smaller nuclear reactors. Where are they?

For over a decade, we’ve heard that small reactors could be a big part of nuclear power’s future. Because of their size, small modular reactors (SMRs) could solve some of the major challenges of traditional nuclear power, making plants quicker and cheaper to build and safer to operate.   That future may have just gotten aContinue reading “We were promised smaller nuclear reactors. Where are they?”