Daily Archives: 09.09.2021

Ireland on shortlist for new Intel investment

Construction continues on the site for Intel’s latest fabrication plant in Leixlip, in Co Kildare The global chief executive of Intel has said Ireland is on the shortlist for a possible further multi-billion dollar investment in additional chip manufacturing capacity that is to be announced later this year. Speaking to RTÉ News during a tour of Intel’s latest construction site ...

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How do Algorithms decide? Peering into the Black Box

AI algorithms are increasingly taking decisions that have a direct impact on humans. But greater transparency into how such decisions are reached is required. As an employer, Amazon is much in demand and the company receives a flood of applications. Little wonder, therefore that they are seeking ways to automate the pre-selection process, which is why the company developed an ...

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China launches Gaofen environmental monitoring satellite

A Chinese Long March 4C rocket lifts off with the Gaofen 5-02 remote sensing satellite. Credit: CASC China launched an Earth observation satellite on top of a Long March 4C rocket Tuesday to monitor land surfaces, water resources, and air quality. The Gaofen 5-02 environmental monitoring satellite took off at 0301 GMT Tuesday (11:01 p.m. EDT Monday) from the Taiyuan ...

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