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    This is why you can't ride hail a robotaxi in Europe… yet

    If you read a lot of tech news, you’d think we’re merely months away from being...

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    Shell’s investment in renewables is wonderfully worrisome

    Amidst rising climate concerns and the current energy crisis, European oil companies are trying to pivot...

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    6 European startups dragging rail networks into the future

    When it comes to B2B products, it’s all about building relationships, something that can be challenging...

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    Here’s what to do if you’ve just been laid off

    Suddenly finding yourself unemployed is a precarious position to be in, and not even severance pay...

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    Flawless AI's 'True Sync' tech is a revolution for film dubbing

    When British director Scott Mann’s latest film, Fall, was on the precipice of receiving an “R”...

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    Why the future of AI is flexible, reusable foundation models

    When learning a different language, the easiest way to get started is with fill in the...

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    Rail Baltica is the sort of infrastructure project every continent needs

    All around the world, governments are investing in public transport to reduce car use and create...

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    ‘What’s your motivation for working here?’ 5 non-cringey answers you can give

    This article was originally published on .cult by Mikaella C. .cult is a Berlin-based community platform...

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    A guide to the quantum workforce of tomorrow

    Welcome to the future. It’s 2022 and the near billion-dollar quantum computing sector has gone from...

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    Europe’s first licensed cargo drone is edging ever closer to action

    If you want to see drones flying through Europe, we have good news. This week aircraft...

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    Startups, take note! These are the tech sectors the EU’s funding in 2023

    On Tuesday, the European Council approved the EU’s general budget for 2023. This was agreed in...

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    Europe wants to harness the power of the sun... from space

    Transitioning to clean energy is imperative — and Europe is committed to achieving net zero emissions...

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    The ESA backs European space tech — what will this mean for local startups?

    It’s official. France, Germany and Italy, the three biggest contributors to the European Space Agency, have...

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    How to navigate the tech world as a queer person

    Although times have definitely improved, it’s still not easy being a queer person in the technology...

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    Russian cyberattack on the EU Parliament signals the need for better security

    The European Parliament’s website was briefly hit by a cyber attack claimed by pro-Russian hackers, officials...

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    Why the job you apply for may not be the job you get

    When most people apply for jobs, they expect the job description on postings to match the...

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    Ericsson’s multi-million 6G investment puts Europe in the next-gen driver’s seat

    Telecommunications specialist Ericsson will invest tens of millions of pounds into 6G research in the UK,...

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    Academics develop mind-controlled wheelchairs for tetraplegics

    When it comes to advancements for people with neurological impairments and paralysis, brain-computer interface (BCI) projects...

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    The 4th fastest supercomputer is a quantum-ready juggernaut

    What’s got two thumbs, can perform over 240 PFLOPS, and just gave Europe a 50/50 share...

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    Launch of Europe’s biggest battery energy storage system is a win for renewables

    Europe’s biggest battery energy storage system has officially begun its operation in Cottingham, UK. The system...

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    European startups are heaping praise on Matter’s ‘game-changing’ IoT standard

    Last month we shared the launch of Matter 1.0, a new smart home standard developed in...

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    Blockchain development is a far better tech career than you’d think

    A decentralized, distributed ledger that tracks and stores every transaction in a verifiable way, the blockchain...

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    Slush’s startup pitch competition transformed into a political nightmare

    Usually, the winners of a pitching competition are bathed with accolades, media attention, and applause. After...

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    The EU’s push for its own satellite internet is a boon for startups and security

    The EU has reached a deal to build a €6 billion satellite internet system, driven by...

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    8 foolproof ways to clutter up your Mac

    If there’s one thing I’ve learnt in this life, it’s that the more stuff you have,...

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    Meta takes new AI system offline because Twitter users are mean

    When I got Meta’s new scientific AI system to generate well-written research papers on the benefits...

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    3D-printed personalized meds are almost here

    Pharmaceutical manufacturing is closely linked to mass production. In order for medicines to be sold cheaply,...

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    Why Schengen membership for Croatia, Romania, and Bulgaria is beneficial for Europe

    The Schengen area, the largest border control-free travel zone in the world, may soon expand to...

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    Swedish startup Sesamy seeks to slaughter the subscription model

    Ahh, the pain of digital content. You want to buy one audiobook, or listen to a...

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    Yes, staging can be a pain — but here’s why you shouldn’t skip it

    Programming’s big dirty secret is that everyone has, at some point in their career, broken something...

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    Europe, take note: The Netherlands commits €1.1B to cycling infrastructure

    You’d think the Dutch had already covered their entire country with bike paths, but no, there’s...

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    Worrying loophole in Italy’s facial recognition alludes to EU’s future

    Italy has introduced a new facial recognition ban, but it features a glaring exemption that is...

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    Scientists in Bulgaria may have figured out how to detect wormholes

    A team of researchers at the University of Sofia in Bulgaria may have figured out a...

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    These are the high growth tech careers in London right now

    London might be calling, but despite the rich seam of opportunities to mine in this capital...

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    Norway’s floating offshore wind farm is a lesson in hypocrisy

    All over Europe, companies are looking to reduce energy costs and their carbon footprint. And it’s...

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    This Scottish startup found a new way to harness the power of waves

    The idea of using waves as an energy source is far from new; in fact, attempts...

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    Is the EU’s big bet on graphene about to pay out?

    Graphene’s spec sheet reads like a superhero’s profile. Two hundred times stronger than steel, a million...

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    Researchers used AI to uncover 11,456 social innovation projects

    The EU’s Renewed Social Agenda, a comprehensive program began in 2008 to improve Europe’s economy, fight...

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    Sustainable cooling for buildings is a huge opportunity for European startups

    Rising temperatures across Europe, in combination with an ever-aging population and rapid urbanization are not only...

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    Your next wearable gadget could be mushroom-powered

    Putting fungi on your skin may sound like something right out of 1960s San Francisco, but...

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    Why AI governance is critical for building trustworthy, explainable AI

    Content provided by IBM and TNW The dangers of robots evolving beyond our control are well-documented...

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    Blocking the UK from EU science programs is bad for everyone

    The UK launched a formal appeal against its exclusion from the EU’s science programs in August...

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    What if a simple drug could make everyone less selfish?

    A team of researchers from the Italian Institute of Technology recently published a ground-breaking study wherein...

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    Germany blocking sales of its chip companies is like putting a plaster on a decapitation

    Germany’s federal government has blocked Chinese investment into two chip factories in the country, citing national...

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    3 ways tech companies can support their employees during the cost of living crisis

    Money is tight. Different circumstances ranging from the ongoing war in Ukraine to post-Covid inflation levels...

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    Spate of cyber attacks in Europe increases concerns about government defenses

    A string of cyber attacks in Europe have amplified concerns about the threats to public sector...

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    Anti-LGBTQ policies cost Europeans billions of dollars every year

    Imagine watching the prime minister of the UK dump 53 billion Euros’ worth of taxpayer funds...

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    Taiwan’s tiny investment into Lithuanian chip production is better than it sounds

    Taiwan, the world’s largest semiconductor supplier, is offering an unexpected helping hand to Lithuania — and,...

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    How tech can help companies fast-track their sustainability goals

    Content provided by IBM and TNW. Business leaders are looking to ensure that their organizations are doing their...

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    Another promising European startup is devoured by Meta

    Facebook and Instagram owner Meta has bought Audio Analytic, a Cambridge-based startup building AI-driven sound recognition...