NFT and Blockchain Technology AI / ML News 

NFT and Digital Art: What is the Hype About?

Since the moment blockchain technology came into the mainstream market, it has been seeing an unprecedented surge in its transformation and diversification. The new (well.. relatively!) buzz in the web3.0 space is Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs). So, what exactly is this new emerging…uh!…technology?!… art form! Let’s find out and talk a little more about this emerging digital technology.   What is NFT (in Terms of Art and otherwise)? As already explained, NFT is an acronym for non-fungible tokens. In the most basic terms, non-fungible means unique and irreplaceable with anything. A…

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Electric Vehicle Fast-Charging System Market Mobility News 

Electric Vehicle Charging Points in U.K. to Overtake Fuel Pumps by 2030

The demand for electric vehicles has continuously been on a surge globally, and a similar trend is being witnessed in the U.K. By the end of February 2022, there were around 420,000 fully electric vehicles on the road in the U.K. However, the lack of infrastructure, such as not enough charging stations, has been a concern for all kinds of electric vehicle users. Currently, the country has only 30,000 charging points across 15,000 locations. Taking strict cognizance of this concern, the U.K. Department for Transport (DfT) has now set a…

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Space Exploration Space and Communication News 

Invasion In Ukraine Impacts International Space Exploration

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has had an impact on space exploration being carried over by nations globally. Within weeks after the invasion, international cooperation on current and future space projects was disrupted. Several space exploration initiatives are now in jeopardy. Russia’s actions, and the worldwide reactions, show a potential threat of destroying global space mission collaborations. Initiatives That are Already Threatened One Web, a U.K.-based network company, has been creating satellite constellations to provide global network services. It was in contract with the Russia Space Agency, Roscosmos, to launch all…

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undersea warfare systems Defense Security News 

Undersea Warfare | Australia to Build a Naval Base for Nuclear Submarines

Significant advancements in defensive systems have occurred as a result of escalating tensions between governments around the world. There has been an increase in hostilities and a rise in war-like situations in several countries. Countries throughout the world are boosting their defense capacity by spending on defense supplies and equipment. In the bid for the same, the Australian government has announced plans to build a new naval base to host the Royal Australian Navy’s (RAN) nuclear-powered submarines. The Australian Department of Defense (DoD) estimates that the infrastructure and amenities for…

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Drone Attack in Abu Dhabi People Killed and Drones Banned Unmanned Systems / Drones 

Drone Attack in Abu Dhabi: People Killed and Drones Banned

Two Indians and a Pakistani national were killed in a suspected drone assault by Iran-backed Houthis in the U.A.E. on January 18, 2022. The explosions occurred in the petroleum tankers of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) in Mussafah. Yemen’s Houthi rebels claimed to have triggered a petroleum tank, prompting the U.A.E. to threaten retaliation. According to the company, the incident occurred at Adnoc’s Mussafah Fuel Depot at 10 a.m. on Monday. The U.A.E. is a member of a Saudi-led military coalition that backs Yemen’s government against the Iran-backed…

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SpaceX-Rocket-Expected-to-Crash-on-the-Moon Space and Communication 

SpaceX Rocket Expected to Crash on the Moon

SpaceX Rocket that launched Falcon 9 in 2015 is expected to crash on the moon on March 4, 2022. The rocket had been hovering in the space orbits for about seven years. The Falcon is a two-stage-to-orbit medium-lift launch vehicle. The first stage rocket successfully took the ship to space, but the second stage rocket was not left with enough fuel to complete the mission or escape the gravitational pull of the moon. The booster was part of a Falcon 9 rocket that launched in February 2015 from SpaceX’s Launch…

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Futuristic Flying Cars Win Airworthiness Certification Mobility 

Futuristic Flying Cars Win Airworthiness Certification

Flying cars are becoming a reality. The Slovak transport has given an airworthiness certificate to Klein Vision’s AirCar, a dual-mode, car-aircraft vehicle, after 200 takeoffs and landings and 70 hours of rigorous testing according to the European Aviation Safety Agency standards. AirCar, a hybrid car-aircraft, is powered by a BMW engine and runs on ordinary gasoline. It is capable of reaching speeds of more than 100 mph (160 km/h) and altitudes of more than 8,000 feet (2,500 meters). Flying cars are small planes that takes off and lands like regular…

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New AI based COVID-19 testing tool developed by Scottish Researchers Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning 

New AI based COVID-19 testing tool developed by Scottish Researchers

AI Based Device for Covid Testing Researchers at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS) devised a testing platform that can detect the SARS-CoV-2 virus much faster than a PCR test, which can take up to two hours. The test involves using artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled X-Rays to reliably diagnose COVID-19. The process could potentially be used to reduce pressure on overburdened hospitals and will come in aid in places where PCR tests are not commonly available. The method uses X-Ray equipment to compare scans to a database of roughly…

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Why are Airlines Delaying the Rollout of 5G Space and Communication 

Why are Airlines Delaying the Rollout of 5G?

Several international airlines announced that flights to the U.S. would be canceled or suspended due to the launch of the 5G technology. Air India, Japan Airlines, Emirates, and All Nippon Airways were among them. The airlines have expressed fears that the new technology will interfere with safety equipment that determine a plane’s altitude. Following airline warnings that the 5G rollout may cause flight cancellations, the telecom industry was frustrated and argued that authorities and airlines have had years to prepare for 5G. The telecom sector company’s comment came only hours…

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How Anti-Money Laundering Software are Preventing Financial Fraud Defense & Security 

How Anti-Money Laundering Software are Preventing Financial Fraud?

As per United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNDOC), the amount of money laundered internationally in a year is believed to be between 2 and 5% of global GDP or $800 billion and $2 trillion in today’s dollars. The overall quantity of money that goes through the laundering cycle is impossible to measure due to the anonymous nature of money laundering. Technology plays an essential role in finding the frauds. There are multiple anti-money laundering software available to track the laundering transactions. Anti-money laundering or AML software  employs technology…

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