All Articles in Artificial intelligence
Find out how artificial intelligence and video analytics could transform the performance and capacity of your railway.
Perfectly coordinated travel in and around cities is everybody’s dream. Could an intelligent multimodal system make it a reality?
Detecting a person with a high temperature who could be carrying Covid-19 isn’t as easy as it may seem, especially in a crowd. Yet that's what public health authorities want to do in countries around the world. A quick and reliable solution may well come from Scotland,
Climate change is a real and growing threat. It is becoming increasingly urgent for countries and businesses across the world, to protect the planet for future generations. Railways play a vital role in this scenario, sup-porting the economy and connecting communities,
With new temperature records and extreme weather conditions, climate change is a real and growing threat. Now is the time to looks at how public transport can play its part and implement the solutions. Railways have a vital role in countering the dangers of climate chan
Thales is developing complex Artificial Intelligence (AI) systems that promote eco-responsible AI based on learning and knowledge and consume less energy.
Artificial intelligence is playing an ever-bigger role in national defence. But can we trust it in an increasingly complex environment?
AI for Humanity: EDF, Thales and Total open the first joint industrial laboratory for Artificial Intelligence
The manifesto on Artificial Intelligence for Industry, signed on 3 July by Air Liquide, Dassault Aviation, EDF, Renault, Safran, Thales, Total and Valeo, and later by Schlumberger, ST, Orange, Naval Group, Michelin and Saint Gobain, reflects the shared objective of leve
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.
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