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Audatex North America's predictive estimate for a damaged vehicle
Dallas Invents: 164 Patents Granted for Week of Oct. 8
by | Oct 16, 2019
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 10 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Audatex North America's predictive estimate for a damaged vehicle , Your Command's apparatus for electronically searching for an item, University of Texas' kit for external fixators for bone realignment, LapKing Holdings' method of tracking a vehicle's course, Capital One's social home buying system, Excentus Corporation's system of influencing customer behavior, Flashscan3D's biometric image sensor with spoofing detection, BlackBerry Limited's provisioning of emergency numbers, Tango's identification of a vehicle driver based on driving behavior, 1A Smart Start's automated calibration station for ignition interlock devices, and Bank of America Corporation's "Message spinning engine" to create or manage a queue.
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Atos artificial intelligence lab in Irving
Atos Launches Google Cloud Artificial Intelligence Lab in Irving
by | Oct 15, 2019
The new Google Cloud Artificial Intelligence lab—the only one in North America—is Atos' 'fourth and final' lab in its global network. It joins AI labs in London, Paris, and Munich.
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QED Secure Solutions awarded for Department of Homeland Security IoT Test
Coppell Cybersecurity Firm Awarded $200K for Department of Homeland Security IoT Test
by | Oct 15, 2019
QED Secure Solutions is conducting a field test—described by the DHS as a "secure trust anchor for the Internet of Things"—as the final phase of a project called Securing the Internet of Things.
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Klyde Warren park view facing west

Klyde Warren Park Expansion Renderings Show its Westward Growth

by | Oct 15, 2019
In addition to adding 1.5 acres of green space, the expansion will include a three-story, enclosed special events pavilion.
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Beyond Smart Cities: Dallas Ranks High in Global Cities’ AI Readiness Index
by | Oct 11, 2019
Dallas is third in the nation among large cities that rank for urban AI resilience and readiness in the rise of the 'Fourth Industrial Revolution,' according to The Oliver Wyman Forum.
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Dallas Innovates—The [Tech] Talent Issue
Have a company where culture and people are top priority? A workplace that inspires office envy? A dream team? Tell us about it.
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STEM, STEAM, STREAM: ‘The World Doesn’t Work Without Technology Anymore, Nothing Does.’
STEM is cool, our experts agree. And it's important. The challenge is translating that to students. Part Two of our series explores the state of STEM, STEAM, and STREAM education in Dallas-Fort Worth and the actions we need to take.
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