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Machine learning adds another layer to your software security challenge

Although machine learning security research is still in its early stages, it’s clear that input possibilities without barriers increase threats. Software security expert Balázs Kiss touches upon a few points in this new field and gives advice on the basic protection measures.

Headlines

UT quantum computing institute doesn’t pick sides
Philips speeds up diagnosis and treatment of lung cancer
Sioux expansion builds production abilities
Benelux solar teams fill the podium at European Solar Challenge
Tesla takes battery production in-house to build 25k car
Noldus digs its heels in against damning Amnesty report
Salvia’s neurostimulatory foils raise 26 million
Battery patenting activity on a runaway
TNO and Lightyear carpool to advance solar tech
Braincreators and Advantech put heads together for AI on the edge

Nvidia-Arm deal will never happen

Arm being owned by Nvidia is like TSMC designing its own smartphone chips. It will never happen.

In other news

Mesa+ institute celebrates three milestones (UT)
ASM Pacific plans to go private (Reuters)
What a Trump reelection would mean for the tech world (CNET)

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Does data-driven decision-making make you boring?

Working in a data-driven fashion actually instills a higher level of discipline in the organization, uses technology where it fits best and focuses creative energy on the areas where humans provide the most value.

Dutch collaborators bring high-performance motion systems to a whole new stage

In the field of chip-making equipment development, the Netherlands is planted firmly on the cutting edge. To stay ahead of the ever-evolving demands and consumer expectations, key players in Dutch high tech are teaming up as part of the Imsys-3D public-private partnership to create next-generation high-performance motion systems.

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