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Fulltime Penetration Tester openings in California on August 08, 2022 – Infosec Jobs

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Role requiring'No experience data provided' months of experience in Newark At Lucid, we don't just welcome diversity – we celebrate it! Lucid Motors is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity and expression, marital status, and any other characteristic protected under applicable State or Federal laws and regulations. In response to the novel Coronavirus all new Lucid employees, whose job will be based in the United States may or may not be required to provide original documentation confirming status as having received the prescribed inoculation (doses). Vaccination requirements are dependent upon location and position, please refer to the job description for more details.


Ayman al-Zawahiri and the Taliban

The New Yorker

During his long career as a polemicist and a strategist of terror, Ayman al-Zawahiri often taunted the United States. He hewed to the familiar theme that America was an apostate power at war with Islam. But he also described it as a spent force. In a video released this spring, he said that "U.S. weakness" was responsible for the war triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and he mocked the country's standing "after its defeat in Iraq and Afghanistan, after the economic disasters caused by the 9/11 invasions, after the coronavirus pandemic, and after it left its ally Ukraine as prey for the Russians." The U.S. drone strike in Kabul last Saturday that killed Zawahiri, who was seventy-one, added a punctuation mark to the long search for justice for the victims of 9/11 and of other deadly attacks that Zawahiri directly approved, such as the bombing of two U.S. Embassies in Africa in 1998, which killed twelve Americans and more than two hundred Africans.


La veille de la cybersécurité

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The long-term potential of AI to change key aspects of the way we live and to support the operation of businesses, governments, and other organizations is hard to grasp. But even today, existing and proven AI applications can potentially create value for economies and societies around the world. Indeed, AI has contributed to improvements in quality of life for all segments of society through innovations such as predictive healthcare, adaptive education, and optimized crisis response.1 The National Health Service in the United Kingdom, for instance, set up a National COVID-19 Chest Imaging Database containing a shared library of chest X-rays, CT scans, and MRI images to support the testing and development of AI technologies to treat COVID-19 and a variety of other health conditions.2 Businesses have seen increased productivity and operational efficiency through the use of autonomous robotics in manufacturing, AI-optimized supply chains, and intelligent cargo routing with autonomous vehicles, among other initiatives.


China's 'Silicon Valley' Tightens Rules Over Covid Flare-up

International Business Times

China's biggest tech hub is rushing to stamp out a fresh Covid outbreak, ordering some of the country's biggest manufacturers to operate in a'closed loop' to reduce infections, state media reported. The city of Shenzhen, which borders Hong Kong, reported just 19 Covid cases Tuesday as the city's health authority said the risk of "large-scale spread is low". But Beijing's reluctance to budge from its strict zero-Covid policy had led to daily mass testing for the 13 million residents of Shenzhen for over a week and the closure of at least three subway stations by Tuesday. Top manufacturers including iPhone maker Foxconn, electric carmaker BYD, drone maker DJI and telecom equipment maker ZTE are among the companies told to operate under a "closed-loop" production system. It would restrict movement of employees for seven days, state-run business news site Yicai reported Monday.


The potential value of AI--and how governments could look to capture it

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The long-term potential of AI to change key aspects of the way we live and to support the operation of businesses, governments, and other organizations is hard to grasp. But even today, existing and proven AI applications can potentially create value for economies and societies around the world. Indeed, AI has contributed to improvements in quality of life for all segments of society through innovations such as predictive healthcare, adaptive education, and optimized crisis response. Angela Spatharou, Solveigh Hieronimus, and Jonathan Jenkins, "Transforming healthcare with AI: The impact on the workforce and organizations," McKinsey, March 10, 2020; Jake Bryant, Christine Heitz, Saurabh Sanghvi, and Dilip Wagle, "How artificial intelligence will impact K-12 teachers," McKinsey, January 14, 2020; "Applying artificial intelligence for social good," McKinsey, November 28, 2018. The National Health Service in the United Kingdom, for instance, set up a National COVID-19 Chest Imaging Database containing a shared library of chest X-rays, CT scans, and MRI images to support the testing and development of AI technologies to treat COVID-19 and a variety of other health conditions. 2 2. "SMART box boosts regional data to the NCCID," NHS England, April 1, 2021.


IoT-based Robotic Solutions for Hospital Assistance - Analytics Vidhya

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This article was published as a part of the Data Science Blogathon. In the present situation, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is putting even the best hospitals worldwide under tremendous pressure. With rapid development in the field of robotics and automation, there have been intelligent systems that can play a crucial role in reducing the stress of hospitals. In this report, we have presented an idea of an autonomous bot capable of transporting materials from one place to another without human interference. Also, COVID ve Patients require continuous monitoring frequently.


Good News Roundup: the OSINT-inspired Geek Edition

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In this week's geeked-out edition of the Good News Roundup, Ukraine's jaw-dropping battlefield victories with HIMARS are documented using OSINT, South Africa implements AI technology to track dangerous locust swarms, biologists and naturalists overwhelmingly agree that gay sex is normal throughout the animal kingdom, and BirdNet proves reliable at crowdsourcing the task of identifying wild birds by their songs. In wholesome news for sci fi/space fantasy fans everywhere, Ukraine's president Zelensky continues attending technology trade shows through holograms in which he promises that Ukraine will defeat the Empire. Ukrainians are also using 3d imaging technology to preserve the cultural heritage of their country from looters and bombs, storing their data in a digital archive that will support restoration work when the invaders have been defeated. And in good news for new Ukrainian parents, the non-profit Embrace Global is making headlines for using innovative technology to provide incubators for babies in Ukraine at a tiny fraction of their usual cost. You can see their TED talk by entrepreneur Jane Chen here.


Top Tiny Healthcare Robots that Are Reaching Where Doctors Can't

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Do you believe you'd put your life in the hands of a robotic surgeon? What is the state of your mental health right now? While the idea of a robot doing surgery or comforting somebody during a stressful moment may be unnerving to some, it is becoming increasingly common in the field of healthcare, where medical robot interest is growing. For a variety of reasons, medical robots are being created for use in healthcare. Robots are now used not only in the operating room but also in clinical settings to support healthcare workers and enhance patient care.


AiThority Interview with Prince Kohli, CTO, Automation Anywhere

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I've always had a passion and curiosity for technology, which started at a young age, where I was raised in India – ultimately resulting today in a fulfilling, a quarter-century-long career in Silicon Valley. It has been an exciting ride. What drew me to Automation Anywhere is our vision to create software bots that can automate repetitive, manual business tasks, and free our minds to focus on the more creative, strategic, high-level work. Before Automation Anywhere, I held leadership roles at various companies including Ericsson, running global R&D for all digital products, and before that, at Citrix – in the cloud and enterprise groups, after co-founding a security start-up that was acquired by Citrix. My role has changed as the market and the world has changed.


Cloud labs: where robots do the research

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As a chemistry PhD student, Dmytro Kolodieznyi was used to running experiments. But in early 2018, his research advisers asked him to take part in one run by robots instead. They wanted Kolodieznyi, who was developing intracellular fluorescent probes at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to spend a month attempting to recreate his research at Emerald Cloud Lab (ECL). The biotechnology company in South San Francisco, California, enables scientists to perform wet-laboratory experiments remotely in an automated research environment known as a cloud lab. If the trial went well, it would help pave the way to the wider use of cloud labs at the university.