Twenty farm-scale biogas plants based on innovative Polish technology, which will allow agricultural substrate management and their conversion into electricity and biomethane will be built under a letter of intent signed at the agriculture ministry on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki told a Saturday press conference in Gdynia, northern Poland, that Polish companies and institutions should take advantage of Polish products and Polish technology.
The CarnaLife Holo system presents a 3D map of where to cut and what obstructions are present, and allows surgeons to create a holographic image that can be rotated and examined helping surgeons better plan and carry out operations.
Although Mateusz Morawiecki made no mention of China by name it was clear he had the Asian super-power in his sights when he issued his warning in an opinion piece for the UK’s Daily Telegraph newspaper, published on Thursday.
The ‘eye-catching’ payment method from fintech firm PayEye uses a digitally scanned image of the iris which is then converted into a special code to authorize the payment.
HackYeah Online 2020 June edition is a virtual edition of the largest stationary hackathon in Europe. The aim of the event is to bring together the most creative minds from all over the world in order to create technological solutions to current business issues.
The cutting-edge device, which can be used for full-colour printing using multiple materials, can be used to create sophisticated models used in dentistry, such as an anatomical model of a human head.
INTERVIEW: TFN’s Nick Westerby caught up with Łukasz Osowski to chat about how he created the world’s best Text to Speech (TTS) software, sold his firm to the world’s largest company, Amazon, and hear about his new project Vika Life.
Known as FACE-COV™ the system from researchers at the Warsaw-based medtech company Milton Essex and the Military University of Technology, uses artificial intelligence algorithms and a technique previously used in military applications to screen individuals for a higher body temperature, which could be a sign that they have COVID-19.
Poland hasn't WON the war on Coronavirus - but it's pulling out all the digital stops to keep citizens in Poland learning, earning and avoiding fake news rumours. In this online episode of Heart of Poland our host Patrick Ney talks to Justyna Orlowska, the Polish Prime Minister's High Representative for Government Technology.