Spirit AeroSystems transforms its engineering with a model-based enterprise

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” Sivakumar Balasubramanian, vice president of factory support engineering at Spirit AeroSystems, talks to Infosys about the need for transformation in the aerospace industry and how a strong technology backbone that delivers a single source of truth can help build an intelligent […]

Riding a KONE elevator gets fun with flow connectivity and cloud services

Thank you for joining us on “The cloud hub: From cloud chaos to clarity.” KONE is tying the physical and digital worlds together to create new value for its customers and users. Hotels can now use KONE technology to create personalized experiences for guests, such as offering the ability to summon an elevator from a […]

Everything you need to know about the wild world of heat pumps

But over their lifetime of about 15 years, heat pumps are already cheaper to buy and operate than other systems for some consumers, especially if they’re used to both heat and cool a home during different parts of the year, Monschauer says.  And over 30 countries around the world have incentive programs for heat pumps, […]

Deploying a multidisciplinary strategy with embedded responsible AI

Accountability and oversight must be continuous because AI models can change over time; indeed, the hype around deep learning, in contrast to conventional data tools, is predicated on its flexibility to adjust and modify in response to shifting data. But that can lead to problems like model drift, in which a model’s performance in, for […]

Microsoft will forcibly remove Internet Explorer from most Windows 10 PCs today

reader comments 77 with Share this story Internet Explorer 11 was never Windows 10’s primary browser—that would be the old, pre-Chromium version of Microsoft Edge. But IE did continue to ship with Windows 10 for compatibility reasons, and IE11 remained installed and accessible in most versions of Windows 10 even after security updates for the […]

The Download: untrustworthy AI, and Rust’s origin story

2 Long covid isn’t going anywhereBut treatment and understanding of its symptoms is still patchy. (The Atlantic $)+ A new app aims to help millions of people living with long covid. (MIT Technology Review) 3 Crypto’s outlook is going from bad to worseRegulators are circling, and a crackdown is imminent. (WSJ $)+ Crypto is an […]

Why you shouldn’t trust AI search engines

Approximately two seconds after Microsoft let people poke around with its new ChatGPT-powered Bing search engine, people started finding that it responded to some questions with incorrect or nonsensical answers, such as conspiracy theories. Google had an embarrassing moment when scientists spotted a factual error in the company’s own advertisement for its chatbot Bard, which subsequently wiped $100 […]

Cyclone Gabrielle tests the resilience of our telecoms networks

The country’s central telecoms networks appear to have held up well to Cyclone Gabrielle’s onslaught, even if thousands of customers have lost connectivity due to power outages. An update this morning from Telecommunications Forum chief executive, Paul Brislen, noted that “networks are largely undamaged but there are outages due to a lack of power supply”. […]