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Like any other technology, artificial intelligence is neither good nor bad — it all depends how it's used. The role of AI in cybersecurity is a good example: hackers use it to do harm, cybersecurity experts use it to help thwart their attacks.
Jeni Tennison, CEO of the Open Data Institute, explains that organizations need to take responsibility for their data.
In today’s increasingly digitalised world, the risk of cyberattacks has risen dramatically and so, consequently, has demand for improved security. Rather than tackling problems after the fact by tacking on often-costly solutions, cybersecurity experts are now building i
The growing surge in air traffic and the increasing complexity of cockpits calls for enhancing piloting through Human Factor Engineering of artificial intelligence (AI). Thales is putting them together. Read on.
Thales is applying artificial intelligence (AI), big data, intelligent sensors, and cyber-secured connectivity to its leading air traffic management (ATM) solutions, assuring safety and efficiency for all types of aircraft in more crowded skies.
Thales is bringing together Connectivity, Big Data, Cybersecurity, and Artificial Intelligence to improve Telematics, Vehicle-to-everything communication , and Infotainment, enabling the connected car. Read on.
Overview of the right to protection of personal data, data protection regulations and directives.around the world ...
Thales launched the digital marketplace IVEN which opens a new era in efficient, rapid and reliable spare parts procurement for the aerospace and defence industries in order to meet their specific needs.
Mines in disguise have become cheaper and easier to plant to threaten naval operations. Thales has developed the first autonomous mine countermeasure system - based on autonomy, Artificial intelligence, Big data analytics and cybersecurity - to be adopted by the French
There was a lot of scaremongering and fear ahead of the GDPR coming into effect in May 2018. One year later, we take a look at how industries have responded and what is still to come