What is speech recognition with deep learning?

We are in the midst of a revolution in the science of speech recognition. A technology which has been around for decades, it is only in recent years that radical advances in artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning have brought it to the fore. Now it permeates every aspect of our lives. From how we communicate with phones and search the web, to interact with virtual assistants and even our cars. All of this has been achieved with a level of precision and accuracy that could

Broker briefing: What will hybrid working mean for your clients this year and beyond?

The term ‘hybrid working’ – the concept of a workforce mixing time in the office with remote-working from home or a local office nearer to where they live – has become a hot topic in recent months, as companies move from the traditional centralised office, and a period of predominantly home working, to something in between. But what will businesses be looking for in this new world of hybrid work? Is hybrid working here to stay? Yes. All the evidence suggests that hybrid and flexible working ar

Sunshine states – could solar power be the next step in mobility?

The sustainable mobility industry has enjoyed exponential growth in recent years. Could solar energy be the catalyst that takes it to the next level? It’s boom-time for the electric vehicle industry. According to a report by BloombergNEF[1], car companies will sell in the region of 2.5 million Electric Vehicles (EV) in 2020, an increase of 20% compared to 2019. US-based electric vehicle pioneer RIVIAN – in which Abdul Latif Jameel is a major and early investor – unveiled its first two high-per

What is the Polymorphic Virus?

Imagine a threat that can adapt to every form of defense you throw at it, a threat that constantly changes to avoid detection, a threat that is relentless. This is the stark reality of the threat the polymorphic virus poses to your computer systems and personal data. This type of "shape shifting" virus produces malicious code that replicates itself endlessly and repeatedly changes its characteristics in an attempt to evade and outwit your computer's defenses and eventually sabotage your system.

‘Mobility-as-a-Service’ could change travel | ®

Imagine having a whole range of connected transport methods at your fingertips, letting you instantly research, book and pay for your whole journey using a single app. You could take a pay-per-go electric scooter from the stand by your house, to the bus stop down the road just in time to catch a ride. When you get to the end, there would be an autonomous electric taxi waiting to take you the rest of the way.
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