Samsung wants to copy and paste a brain

Image: Samsung. Samsung and Harvard University have published new research that suggests it’s possible to develop a brain-inspired memory chip. In an article published in Nature Electronics, researchers from partner organizations proposed that the map of neural connections in the brain could be copied using a nanoelectrode array. They point out that the network of…

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Kaseya Keys: FBI’s choices are debated

Last week the Washington post reported that the FBI had the decryption keys for the victims of the massive Kaseya ransomware attack that took place in July, but did not release them for three weeks. Hundreds of organizations were affected by the Kaseya attack, including dozens of hospitals, schools, businesses and even a supermarket chain…

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Chip shortage: Here’s why the industry is having such a hard time predicting the future

The semiconductor industry is in a constant struggle to forecast demand, as regular chip shortages rage in a checkered market, despite access to massive amounts of economic data. Yet this is not the first time that the market has been rocked by repeated patterns of boom and bust cycles. Whenever this happens, cross-country skiers promise…

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Microsoft gives a whole new reason to download Windows 11 (but is it worth it?)

By now, you may have already decided if Windows 11 is right for you. You may have already been moved by the splendid beauty of its resemblance to MacOS. And its new wallpaper … really pretty. You might even have had the chance to learn some of the philosophical underpinnings of Windows 11 design, as…

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iPhone 13: I paid full price for a product still in beta

IPhone 13 is out. But, if there is no doubt that it has better hardware than the previous version, the presence of many bugs prevents taking full advantage of it. In fact, I feel like I paid for an iPhone that is less enjoyable, and that I can do less with than the old one.…

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Medical telesurveillance: An attractive device, but a legal framework still to be defined

Digital health tools and solutions have evolved a lot in recent years, and particularly over the past 18 months in the context of the pandemic, where patients with chronic diseases or Covid-19 have been accompanied from home to their therapy, and be monitored on a regular basis from a distance. While teleconsultation has become a…

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The differences between DSI and DT are blurring, here’s why

The roles of CIO, or DSI (director of information systems), and CTO, or DT (technical director), have always been distinct. The CIO manages the internal IT workings of the organization, while the TD focuses on the customer experience. In recent times, the internal and external aspects of IT have overlapped, with CIOs just as concerned…

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Huawei CFO returns to China

The extradition trial of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou ended over the weekend, ending a nearly three-year saga in which she was under house arrest for most of the year. the period. On the same day, two Canadians detained in China for over 1,000 days were also released, and returned to Canada. Meng Wanzhou…

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The difficult communication of a security researcher with Apple

Picture: Apple. For much of that year 2021, a security researcher by the name of illusionofchaos engaged in an unsuccessful conversation with Apple in order to fix a number of vulnerabilities that allow applications to make API calls to obtain information. information about users when they shouldn’t be able to. Last Friday, the researcher finally…

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Project management software: The magic guide to deploying

Project management software is the all-in-one for project management. It is installed on the workstation or accessible in SaaS mode through a subscription. It allows project managers and team members to plan, monitor and control the different stages and processes of their activities (engineering, marketing, HR, sales, etc.). Thanks to its functionalities, this tool therefore…

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