Regulation is important to the global economy, but keeping track of it poses a significant challenge – both for the regulated and the regulator.

Image credits: Photo by Joshua Sortino at Unsplash, free license

RegGenome’s vision is to change the way the world consumes regulatory information. The company provides structured, machine-readable regulatory content that is dynamic, granular and interoperable – all powered by AI-based textual information extraction techniques. It enables regulatory authorities to share their information more effectively and empowers organizations to deepen their regulatory intelligence and digitize their compliance and risk management processes.

Robert Wardrop, Management Practice Professor of Finance at Cambridge Judge Business School and Executive Chairman of Regenome, said: “We are thrilled to be working with a group of investors who share our view that the world is in a period of increasingly regulatory uncertainty. “The digital economy requires interoperable materials to power the next generation of regulatory applications.”

Marcio Siqueira, Head of Physics at Cambridge Enterprise, said: “RegGenome is a great example of how university transformational IP can be implemented for global impact. How regulatory material is shared and used The company is poised to take a quantum leap. Cambridge Enterprise has been an integral part of RegGenome since its inception, from enabling access to essential technology to investing in its funding. We look forward to seeing RegGenome’s vision come true. are looking forward to.”

Source: University of Cambridge

Read More

According to recent reports, the Turkish-made Bayraktar TB2 combat drone has been used in an attack against a warship named ‘Moskva’, as a Ukrainian response to the ongoing Russian offensive.

Bayraktar TB2 Military Drone.

Bayraktar TB2 Military Drone. Image credits: Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, CC-BY-4.0 via Wikimedia

The same sources say that the unmanned aircraft acted as a distraction in a well-organized missile attack, which resulted in the battleship being caught on fire several times and later sunk.

The missile cruiser ‘Moskva’ was one of the major seaplanes of the Russian Army. The Bayraktar TB2 drone-facilitated attack has been carried out during the night between April 13 and 14, 2022. During this operation, this ship was hit and hit hard. It was damaged by two Neptune anti-ship missiles causing additional explosions in the ammunition storage.

Ukraine confirmed that the drone was launched and that missile shots were fired from their side.

Watch related news in the video below: