Green fintech company Fairown and digital identity solutions provider Signicat have launched cooperation in the Nordics to endorse the circular economy and reduce e-waste. Fairown’s payment platform allows merchants to sustainably provide products-as-a-service, while Signicat’s authentication solutions ensure the secure identification of customers.
Over 2,000 Healthcare Executives attending HIMSS23, the leading global digital healthcare conference on April 17-21
Chicago – Over 2,000 leading executives have committed to attend HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition, now three weeks away and widely considered the global standard of substantive healthcare strategy and innovation. Refreshed programs and content are expected to bring even more industry leaders to the summit slated for April 17-21 in Chicago.
EcoFlow, a portable power and renewable energy solutions company, debuts three new smart devices at the show: the Wave 2 Portable Air Conditioner, as well as CES 2023 Honorees – Blade robotic lawn-sweeping mower, and Glacier Portable Fridge with a built-in ice maker. The three new smart devices further reflect the brand's commitment to transform the eco-friendly way of living powered by EcoFlow.
OpenAI open sourced Point-E, a sustem that transform sentences and words to 3D models. It is advanced artificial intelligence model from Open AI, who uses Dall-E model to create images from given sentences. Point-E adds three.dimensional form to image.
While recent work on text-conditional 3D object generation has shown promising results, the state-of-the-art methods typically require multiple GPU-hours to produce a single sample. This is in stark contrast to state-of-the-art generative image models, which produce samples in a number of seconds or minutes.
Scientists created alternative method for 3D object generation which produces 3D models in only 1-2 minutes on a single GPU. See the science paper here (PDF).
The technical red-teaming exercise Crossed Swords, experimenting on the integration of offensive cyberspace operations in a modern battlefield, is executed for the 11th time today by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) in Tallinn.
Carry Kangur, CCDCOE Head of Cyber Exercises said: „CCDCOE continues to provide a unique full-spectrum training session in the areas of cyber red-teaming, penetration testing, digital forensics, and situational awareness.“
The exercise brings together around 120 participants from 24 countries, both from NATO and non-NATO countries and is being conducted at the exercise and training centre CR14.
Adding a new spectrum is key to each new generation of telecommunications. The two new frequency bands in 5G are sub-6 GHz (3.5 - 7 GHz) and mmWave (24 – 71 GHz). The initial wave of 6G development looks at expanding the spectrum to the THz area, with a special focus on the sub-THz range (100 - 300 GHz).
The advantages of going up to a higher frequency band are obvious: substantial bandwidth (translating to large data throughput) and extremely low latency. These two key benefits allow the exploration of new applications that past generations of telecommunications were unable to explore. Nonetheless, severe signal attenuation when encountering obstacles, such as raindrops or walls, is a crucial bottleneck in the high frequency spectrum.
EcoFlow, an environmentally friendly energy solutions company, today announced that the RIVER 2 series is officially available for purchase in Europe on EcoFlow online stores and Amazon. In the meantime, RIVER 2 series has received TÜV Rheinland's "Reliable Charger" certification, becoming the first in the portable power industry to be certified by the global leader in independent testing, inspection and certification services.
Founders and startup builders led BADideas.fund started operations just five months ago, but the Riga based syndicate already has invested in five startups in Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Ukraine, investing a total €500k.
What started as a couple of dozen startup builders coming together to invest in the most promising Baltic and CEE startups has grown into a community of more than 100 members from 14 countries.
The idea of naming the fund BADideas comes from Paul Graham's – the founder of the world's top startup accelerator Y Combinator – quote: "All unicorns seemed like bad ideas initially”.