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Thinfilm: Food packaging gets smart

Business

Category: Food & Beverage

In the run up to this year’s Super Bowl, US snack company Frito-Lay launched a limited run of microchipped bags of tortilla chips, supposedly capable of sensing alcohol on a user’s breath and, if instructed, calling them an Uber home. It was a stunt to grab attention but the use of interactive, intelligent packaging is […]

Source: The Guardian

Published: October 23, 2017


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Yara and Kongsberg Plans for Autonomous, Zero Emissions Ship for 2020

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Category: Energy

Norwegian fertilizer company Yara has teamed up with Kongsberg to build the world’s first autonomous and zero emissions ship. Named Yara Birkeland, the vessel will be the world’s first fully electric container feeder. Initial manned operation is planned to start in the latter half of 2018, shipping products from Yara’s Porsgrunn production plant to Brevik […]

Source: Maritime Executive

Published: October 23, 2017


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US Chamber of Commerce: Exploring the First Principles of Trade

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Category: Government

May is “World Trade Month,” so it’s a good moment to pause and reflect on the fundamentals of international trade and its importance to American jobs and economic growth. The facts are straightforward: more than 41 million American jobs depend on trade and exports support about half of all U.S. manufacturing jobs. In fact, one […]

Source: US Chamber of Commerce

Published: October 23, 2017


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Google-sjefen tror AI vil løse kreftgåten før forskerne

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Category: IP & Innovation

Sammenligner dagens AI-teknologi med fortidens 10-kilos mobiltelefoner.  Vi har bare skrapet i overflaten av hva kunstig intelligens (AI) kan gjøre i fremtiden. Det var det unisone budskapet fra talerstolen da Nettverk for økonomi og virksomhetsstyring i Econa, studentene i Econa og Tekna inviterte til stormøte om roboter og kunstig intelligens i Ingeniørenes Hus torsdag. En […]

Source: Innomag

Published: October 23, 2017


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Norway announces licensing round for mature areas on NCS

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Category: Energy

The Norwegian Ministry of Petroleum and Energy has announced this year’s licensing round for mature areas on the Norwegian continental shelf – Awards in Predefined Areas (APA) 2017. “Awarding prospective exploration acreage is a central pillar in the Norwegian Government’s petroleum policy. APA 2017 is the second largest expansion so far, and the largest expansion […]

Source: World Oil

Published: October 23, 2017


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