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Emerging Technology Industry News Headlines Update on October 06, 2020

Oracle launched a comprehensive multi-cloud management platform called Oracle Cloud Observability and Management Platform, which combines several existing Oracle management services and added six new services to monitors mission-critical workloads across the cloud stack and heterogeneous environments aim to ensure uptime across the three major telemetry types: metrics, logs and traces. Read more at Oracle product news > Announcing the Oracle Cloud observability and management platform

Oracle Cloud Observability and Management platform

Oracle Cloud Observability and Management platform

KeepTruckin has announced the partnership with eight of the largest brokers in the U.S., consisting Uber Freight, Convoy, Echo Global Logistics, EPES Logistics, and more, introducing Smart Load Board, an intelligent freight-matching solution designed to help carriers have more visibility into loads on the platform and choosing the right ones fast.

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NIO will release a semi-autonomous technology called Navigate on Pilot (NOP), allows hands-free driving on urban highways in October. With NOP, NIO vehicle capable to drive from a highway’s on-ramp to off-ramp, merge lanes, and cruise on a highway following a route on the GPS navigation system.

Drone Show Software, Swiss Drone Show, and Pinnacle Festivals has announced an international partnership to develop advance outdoor drone-based light show solutions customized to ski resorts, aim to advance drone show WOW-applications during wintertime, including that manageable high in the mountains and in low temperatures.

Researchers are exploring ways to use people’s voices to diagnose everything from coronavirus infections, dementia, depression and much more. They are using artificial intelligence to recognize when a condition is disturbing the delicate dance of the brain, nervous system and vocal anatomy. Even the words you use can be a sign: for example, a shrinking vocabulary might indicate a neurodegenerative disease. Researchers emphasize that the technology would be only a part of a clinician’s diagnostic arsenal, and there are serious privacy concerns — but the advantages of such a light-touch tool are clear. Read more at nature > Alexa, do I have COVID-19?

“This is not invasive, it’s not a drug, we’re not changing anything, all you need to do is speak.” – Tal Wenderow, Vocalis.

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