Built out of recycled wood, the fully-functional analogue ball computer known as KulKomp works in a similar way to an electronic digital computer, performing a surprising number of operations performed by an electronic computer, but in a visible and mechanical way, not electronic.
Prof. Stefan Dziembowski from Warsaw University and Prof. Sebastian Faust from the Technical University of Darmstadt have won the 2020 Copernicus Award for their outstanding cooperation in the field of cryptography and IT security.
GovTech Polska, the Polish government's technology agency, has launched a virtual edition of the largest stationary hackathon in Europe, HackYeah Online, with the aim of combatting the effects of the coronavirus epidemic, GovTech Polska has said.
Development Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz told a ministry debate on Artificial Intelligence (AI) on Tuesday that there are plans to develop AI centres in Poland so as to become creators rather than recipients of innovation.
Of the 232,000 work permits issued in the first six months of 2019, over 23,000 were given to citizens of 10 Asian countries who found Poland to be “a better life, better wages, a safe life, law which is in force and respected.”
The strategy outlines improved cooperation between public and private sectors.
We have completed the successive construction stage of a national cloud, we have launched services for the PKO Bank Polski and are ready to service further customers, PKO BP Vice-President and Supervisory Board head Adam Marciniak and National Cloud Operator CEO Michał Potoczek have informed PAP.
Poland has made digitisation a cornerstone of its economic policy, in the context of fostering economic growth and innovation.
The electronic ‘fox’ becomes a family’s or office’s helper, calendar and time management app. Anima is integrated with the smart home systems, such as interactive speakers or lights, turning them off for us according to our plans. It uses Bluetooth instead of localisation to conserve energy.
Representatives of one of the most dynamically developing technological centres in the world - Dubai Internet City - are to travel to Poland to encourage IT sector companies to invest in their market, the Polish Investment and Trade Agency (PAIH) has announced.