Blueair launches Cabin Air for in-car air purification

Sustainable Swedish design for highest safety and performance.

Stockholm 6 February 2018: Blueair, a world-leader in air purification solutions, today launched Cabin Air to meet consumer needs for clean air in cars, trucks and other road vehicles. The in-vehicle air purifiers which will be on the market in the second quarter of 2018, are based on Blueair’s 20 years’ experience of developing state-of-the art air purifiers for home and professional use.

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2nd ‘AI for Good Global Summit’ takes action to ensure AI benefits humanity

ITU leads United Nations dialogue on Artificial Intelligence

Geneva, 6 February 2018 – The 2nd AI for Good Global Summit at ITU Headquarters in Geneva, 15-17 May 2018, will take action to ensure that Artificial Intelligence (AI) accelerates progress towards the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

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NCSC blocks millions of cyber attacks launched against the UK

Yesterday, GCHQ’s National Cyber Security Centre said that its Active Cyber Defence (ACD) programme has detected and prevented millions of online attacks against the UK. The programme was launched in 2016 as part of the National Cyber Security Strategy to improve basic cyber security by disrupting commodity cyberattacks that affect UK citizens.

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Monetizing Connected Cars

One of the most worrying things that our research into connected cars has thrown up at Rethink’s Riot Research division, is that consumers have little interest in Connected Cars.
Some small number of consumers have shown interest – so far just under 16 million owners out of the 105 million plus cars which could buy services from a connected car, have actually committed monthly cash to the provision of services – under 16%.

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Home security made simple with Manything app

Caution: There will be an increasing number of web-based security apps coming onto the market. Manything has come up with a very interesting app that looks solid as an app. However, anyone considering risk management should look carefully at the platform to use to run the app. Many platforms contain serious risks which may not be a reason not to use them, but it does mean the risks should be fully considered before setting up the system.   Ed.

Manything transforms retired phones or tablets into home security cameras, which can be viewed from anywhere through the Manything app or website. It’s used by almost 1 million people all over the world to monitor their homes and businesses – from keeping an eye on pets, watching out for intruders or checking in on employees and customers.

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