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Artificial intelligence is playing an ever-bigger role in national defence. But can we trust it in an increasingly complex environment?
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,
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
A digital transformation in rail equipment maintenance is under way, with Smart Infrastructure and AI teaming to avoid equipment failure. Read on
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.
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.
Machines that detect when their human operators tire and need a cup of coffee could be closer than we think, thanks to a funding partnership between Thales and the University of South Australia (UniSA)…
Earlier this year, Thales and the University of Southampton announced they had formed a major partnership to collaborate in the research and development of the next generation of maritime autonomous systems. Ten months in we have caught up with Professor Stephen Turnock