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A Guide to Real-World Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Use Cases

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are driving major changes in the global economy. Artificial intelligence and machine learning will drive industry 4.0 This article examines the ways in which companies in various sectors of the economy are adopting artificial intelligence (AI) techniques. However, before looking at the sectors affected, it …

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Insane Explorer Flying Superyacht presents the future of private air travel

This is what Lufthansa Technik is currently doing. At this year’s edition of the Dubai Airshow, the first major event of its kind to take place after an almost two-year hiatus, the company showcased one of the most daring and expensive jet concepts: l ‘To explore. It is a private …

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Industry Size, Share and Major Key Players – Energy Siren

Market research on aircraft weighing systems by “The Insight Partners” provides details on market dynamics affecting the market, market scope, market segmentation and overlay the shadow over major market players, highlighting the favorable competitive landscape and prevailing trends over the years. The Aircraft Weighing System Market report also provides the …

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Swinburne ‘Flying Car’ Research Center

Swinburne University of Technology launched an aerospace research center to help develop lighter planes, cheaper spacecraft and flying taxis, after receiving $ 12 million in support from the Victorian government. Known as the Aerostructures Innovation Research Hub (AIR Hub), it will focus on the research, design and manufacture of air …

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5G technology could affect aircraft flights

Fortunately, the COVID-19 conspiracy theories surrounding the advent of powerful 5G technology have been debunked. But unfortunately, more issues have arisen for 5G as the The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) warned on Tuesday that the telecommunications network could potentially interfere with the aircraft’s electronics, an issue that may require “mitigation.” …

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