The lag of German car manufacturers in the development of an operating system seems to be growing at an alarming rate, writes Bernd Maier-Leppla.
Germans are "unfamiliar" with digital. This is particularly true of German OEMs. Columnist Bernd Maier-Leppla explains why this is problematic.
Community organizations have a greater chance of survival in neighborhoods with more and wider sidewalks
A study that used Google Streetview and deep learning technology reveals that more and wider footpaths improve the social climate within city nighborhoods.
That software cannot be patented in Europe is a persistent myth, explains our patent expert Hans Helsloot. Something new and innovative just has to be done on a technical level.
The Austrian start-up Innophore will screen two billion potential active substances for Covid-19. This is the largest computer-based screening project in the world. Collaboration with […]
The professor gazed out the train’s window and took time to reflect on things. This filled him with a sense of happiness. He also enjoys […]
The Arnhem-based company ThermoSmart has developed a smart thermostat that is connected to a software platform. This in turn analyses how energy consumers can use […]
It was only a matter of time before the war over the standardization in healthcare would start. Of course, over the past few years tremendous […]
So far, it has not been possible to create a properly functioning algorithm that can flawlessly recognize and discard deepfake videos that appear on the […]
Only a universal law on rules of conduct applicable to robots and the use of artificial intelligence can protect humankind against their brutal abuse, so […]
German professor Stefan Schneegaß from the Human Computer Interaction department at the University of Duisberg-Essen is investigating new methods whereby vibrations from the human body […]
World Economic Forum (WEF) asked a group of international technology experts to identify this year’s Top 10 Emerging Technologies. After soliciting nominations from additional experts […]
FZ Jülich and Google in an interview: “Quantum Computing cannot be explained with conventional analogies”
At the moment everyone is talking about quantum computing – it is said to be the quantum leap in IT. Recently, Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZ Jülich) […]
Today Forschungszentrum Jülich as well as Google announced that they will cooperate on research into quantum computers. Furthermore, in addition to joint research activities, the two […]
The Californian licensing authority CPUC has granted the Alphabet-daughter company permission to have vehicles controlled by the company’s own system driven on public roads. This […]
There is more likely a knack for mathematics pre-programmed into my brain than a talent for languages. Let ‘s just say that language is not […]
In recent months – or even years – there has been little positive news from the car industry. Manipulated software, billions in fines, diesel scandals […]
In a weekly column, alternately written by Lucien Engelen, Maarten Steinbuch, Carlo van de Weijer, and Tessie Hartjes, E52 tries to find out what the […]