Japan Introduces AI System That Will Detect Rip Currents as Beach Season Gears Up

Officials in Kanagawa prefecture, south of Tokyo, have introduced an AI system to identify rip currents – which cause 60% of drowning deaths – and send a warning to bathers and lifeguards

Experts at the Japan Lifesaving Association and Chuo University in Tokyo collected rip current data over six months in the winter of 2021 to ensure the system worked

EU Establishes Task Force to Regulate Unfair Business Practices in Big Tech

American Robotics’ Owner Ondas Holdings Will Acquire Airobotics