Behavior- and Modality-General Representation of Confidence in Orbitofrontal Cortex

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Behavior- and Modality-General Representation of Confidence in Orbitofrontal CortexNeurons in the orbitofrontal cortex signal decision confidence across sensory modalities to support multiple confidence-guided behaviors, revealing the neural architecture for metacognitive abilities in rats.Neurons in the orbitofrontal cortex signal decision confidence across sensory modalities to support multiple confidence-guided behaviors, revealing the neural architecture for metacognitive abilities […]

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Dynamic Spectrum Sharing live in ‘portions’ of AT&T network

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Dynamic Spectrum Sharing live in ‘portions’ of AT&T networkDynamic Spectrum Sharing key to scaling 5G network coverage AT&T has previously discussed its plans to use Dynamic Spectrum Sharing to add 5G network coverage by using software to dynamically share the same spectrum between 4G and 5G transmissions, side-stepping the massive exercise of re-farming spectrum. And […]

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The FCC to vote on the long-awaited 5G Upgrade Order

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The FCC to vote on the long-awaited 5G Upgrade OrderThe 5G Upgrade Order clarifies the FCC’s 2014 tower upgrade rules On June 9, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will vote on a long-awaited “5G Upgrade Order” that will clarify siting rules for wireless deployment. After the FCC’s 2014 rules regarding cell tower modifications proved ambiguous […]

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Chunghwa Telecom secures first 5G license in Taiwan

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Chunghwa Telecom secures first 5G license in Taiwan  Taiwanese operator Chunghwa Telecom became the first telco in Taiwan to receive a license for 5G services, the National Communications Commission (NCC) said. The telco expects to launch commercial 5G services in Taiwan based on the non-standalone (NSA) architecture next month. The NCC, which regulates telecommunications and […]

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With 5G ‘gearing up globally,’ clear winners emerge: Report

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With 5G ‘gearing up globally,’ clear winners emerge: ReportOMDIA: ‘The entire world is gearing up for 5G deployment’ Global research company OMDIA released a Market Progress Assessment report, and according to Principal Analyst Stephen Myers, the entire world is “gearing up for 5G deployment,” but South Korea has emerged as the clear global leader, while […]

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Space-Grade FPGAs from Xilinx Supported by New Additions to Teledyne’s Semiconductor Portfolio

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Space-Grade FPGAs from Xilinx Supported by New Additions to Teledyne’s Semiconductor PortfolioTeledyne e2v, in cooperation with Xilinx, Inc., has developed cutting-edge solutions that are optimized to work with brand new innovations now emerging in space-grade programmable logic. Teledyne e2v, in cooperation with Xilinx, Inc., has developed cutting-edge solutions that are optimized to work with brand new […]

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Tracing app challenge, Innovation Awards and more: best of the week’s news

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Tracing app challenge, Innovation Awards and more: best of the week’s newsTim Fryer, technology editor Legal challenge launched against ‘test and trace’ over data privacy concerns In the early days of the pandemic, South Korea had the worst outbreak outside China of Covid-19. The government seized data and immediately put together and implemented a test-and-trace […]

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Will smart guns hit their target this time?

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Will smart guns hit their target this time?The 2019 action movie ‘Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw’ had bad guys armed with biometric-locked guns ambushing the good guys, but the protagonists hacked and disabled the villains’ smart guns – a textbook happy-ending. Hollywood and the US gun lobby likes to make fun of smart […]

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Driverless cars may prevent far fewer crashes than previously thought

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Driverless cars may prevent far fewer crashes than previously thoughtDriverless cars have been touted as a possible solution to road traffic accidents, with research previously suggesting that up to 90 per cent of accidents could be avoided. A new study finds that, in reality, autonomous vehicles may only reduce accidents by a third, unless the AI driving […]

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