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Artificial intelligence — Who is responsible for the outcomes?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is playing an ever-increasing role in our modern world, but as the technology progresses and becomes ever-more complex and autonomous, it also becomes harder to understand how it works.

A city in China may soon have a second moon in its evening sky

Officials in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province, have unveiled a science-fiction-like plan to launch what’s known as an illumination satellite, or “artificial moon,” by 2020.

Canada to host G7 conference on AI in Montreal December 6

Montreal - Canada will host a G7 multistakeholder conference on artificial intelligence on December 6, as part of the Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) conference, the government has announced.

Q&A: How women can get ahead in fintech Special

October is Women’s Small Business Month, a series of events dedicated to celebrating the contributions and successes of our nation’s women small business owners. To mark this, Digital Journal spoke with a leading female CEO working in fintech SaaS.

Rembrandt painting to be restored online for all the world to see

Amsterdam - "The Night Watch" by Rembrandt, one of the world’s most spectacular paintings, is to be restored under the world’s gaze at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. Beginning in 2019, the restoration, expected to take several years, will be live-streamed online.

Ten hot tech startups to follow

Each week hundreds of new startups are launched. Many of these will fail, a few will succeed. Working out those with the best prospects can be challenging. To assist with this, ten of this week's hottest startups are presented.

Make way for the 'Rolls-Royce of microgrids'

Berlin - Yet another global name is expanding its microgrid play — Rolls-Royce — in an announcement last week that it has taken a stake in an energy storage and controls startup and will now offer turnkey microgrids.

Clinton Sparks talks 'Think About You,' future plans, technology Special

Musician Clinton Sparks chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "Think About You" featuring Marc E. Bassy. Sparks also spoke about the impact of technology on the music business.

NASA says Boeing is delaying America's return to space

The NASA Office of Inspector General issued a scathing report on Wednesday, saying Boeing's poor “management, technical, and infrastructure issues” have resulted in delays and vast cost overruns for NASA's Space Launch System (SLS).

Advancing the participation of young women in tech

Toronto - A movement called #movethedial has been established, with the aim of advancing the participation and leadership of all women in tech. The organization is now accepting applications from youth (ages 14 – 24) with a passion for STEM subjects.

One-person spacecraft could replace many spacewalking activities

A single-person spacecraft designed to eventually replace the bulky spacesuits worn by astronauts during spacewalking activities passed two key pressure tests in September, according to company representatives.

Lockheed-Martin reveals plans for reusable lunar lander

On Wednesday, October 3, aerospace giant Lockheed Martin revealed its concept for a reusable, single-stage spaceship capable of ferrying four astronauts between lunar orbit and the surface of the moon.

Iron Ox shows how AI and robots can increase farm production

San Carlos - Start-up Iron Ox has created a fully autonomous farm in San Carlos, California. The hydroponic indoor farm relies on two robots to plant, care for and harvest produce, and by doing so, they grow 30 times more produce than traditional farms.

Liam Grae talks new single 'Uniform,' technology and Dua Lipa Special

Rising singer-songwriter Liam Grae chatted with Digital Journal about his new single "Uniform," which will be released on October 5.

Keith Collins talks 'The Samaritans,' future and Daniel Day-Lewis Special

Actor Keith Collins chatted with Digital Journal about his latest film "The Samaritans," the impact of technology on entertainment, and he revealed his dream acting partner.

Monique Coleman talks Gimme Mo, High School Musical, technology Special

Disney Actress and youth activist, Monique Coleman, chatted with Digital Journal about the docu-series "Gimme Mo" on Discovery Life. She also opened up about the digital transformation of entertainment.

Entrepreneur Lindsey Smith talks Fashion Buddy app, technology Special

Entrepreneur Lindsey Smith chatted with Digital Journal about her Fashion Buddy app, as well as the digital transformation of the fashion world.

How Schneider Electric balances risk and reward for the IIoT

This article is sponsored content from Cognizant. 3 critical factors of IIoT cyber protection The benefits of the IIoT are undeniable.

Pope Francis gets Estonian e-residency

Tallinn - Pope Francis on Tuesday became an e-resident of Estonia while on a visit to the cyber-savvy Baltic country known for being one of the world's most wired nations.

MaRS and University of Toronto partner on waterfront tech hub

MaRS Discovery District, along with its partner the University of Toronto, today announced that it is in the final stages of securing a lease with Menkes Developments Ltd. for a new 24,000-square-foot hub at Toronto's Waterfront Innovation Centre.

Canadian Space Agency projects to be part of future space mission

Ottawa - With an eye on future lunar exploration, Canada’s space agency is calling on companies to present their ideas for everything from moon-rover power systems to innovative mineral prospecting techniques.

Veterinary medicine making great strides with 3D printing

Dr. Michelle Oblak, a veterinary surgical oncologist at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College replaced 70 percent of a dog's skull using a 3D printed titanium skull cap.

Opiuo discusses 'Live at Red Rocks' album, vinyl and technology Special

Electronic music Opiuo chatted with Digital Journal about his new "Live at Red Rocks" album, as well as the digital transformation of the electronic music scene.

Two little hopping robots deployed to asteroid Ryugu

This morning, the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) confirmed the Hayabusa2 deployed the two tiny MINERVA-II1 hoppers toward the surface of the asteroid Ryugu around midnight EDT on Sept. 21, 2018.

Google ex-CEO Eric Schmidt says Internet to split in two by 2028

Former Google CEO Eric Schmidt said that he believes the internet will split in two within a decade. He told an audience at a private event in San Francisco that he foresees a break between the Chinese-led internet and the non-Chinese led internet.

Nearly half of all cellphone calls will be scam calls by 2019

Next year, almost half of all calls to cell phones will not be business calls or check-ins from loved ones, but scam calls. That grim forecast is according to First Orion, a company that makes caller ID and call-blocking software.

Energy storage grows by 200 percent in U.S.

Thanks to a thriving renewable energy sector in the U.S., energy storage — the batteries or other technologies that can store energy for at least four hours or even longer — has grown an astounding 200 percent year-over-year.

Q&A: What women need to know to get ahead in tech Special

Ondas Networks, a supplier of private licensed broadband cellular data networks, have announced the appointment of industry expert Kathy Nelson to the senior leadership team. Nelson offers some insights for women entering STEM fields.

iPhone XS reviews are starting to come in — with few complaints

This article originally appeared on Business Insider. The first wave of reviews of Apple's latest iPhone XS and XS Max are in, and they're widely favorable.

IKEA and Accenture are following in Google's footsteps

Home Depot, IKEA, and Accenture are examples of major companies with innovation labs. Alphabet, Google's parent company, has a famous innovation lab called X.
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