Thinking about the social cost of technology

Thinking about the social cost of technology

Thinking about the social cost of technology Thinking : Every time I call my mum for a chat there’s usually a point on the phone call where she’ll hesitate and then, apologizing in advance, bring up her latest technological conundrum. An email she’s received from her email provider warning that she needs to upgrade the operating system of her device or lose access to the app. Or messages she’s sent via such and such a messaging service that were never received or only arrived days later. Or she’ll ask again…

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Britain opens first subsidy-free solar power farm

Britain opens first subsidy-free solar power farm

Britain opens first subsidy-free solar power farm Britain’s first solar power farm to operate without a government subsidy is due to open in eastern England on Tuesday, as a sharp fall in costs has made renewable energy much more economical. Britain opens : Britain’s first solar power farm to operate without a government subsidy is due to open in eastern England on Tuesday, as a sharp fall in costs has made renewable energy much more economical. Britain needs to invest in new energy capacity to replace aging coal and nuclear plants…

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WhatsApp blocked in China

WhatsApp blocked in China

WhatsApp blocked in China Instant messaging service WhatsApp has been largely blocked in China, the media reported. Instant messaging service WhatsApp has been largely blocked in China, the media reported. The Open Observatory of Network Interference (OONI), a global observation network for detecting censorship, surveillance and traffic manipulation, suggested on Monday night that Chinese internet service providers started blocking access to WhatsApp on September 23, reports CNN. Public reports on Twitter indicated that WhatsApp*, which is owned by the US-based social media giant Facebook, became inaccessible for some people on September 19.…

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OnePlus partners with Croma to chart India brick-and-mortar journey

OnePlus partners with Croma to chart India brick-and-mortar journey

OnePlus partners with Croma to chart India brick-and-mortar journey OnePlus whose smartphones are available on Amazon.in and its own website in India, considers the country as its top market with 40 per cent of its global revenues coming from this region. Handset maker OnePlus today said it has partnered with electronics retailer Croma to set up “experience zones” across top 10 cities as the Chinese firm looks to ramp up its presence in the country. OnePlus, whose smartphones are available on Amazon.in and its own website in India, considers the country as…

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Internet giants, once above the fray, on the defensive in Washington

Internet giants, once above the fray, on the defensive in Washington

Internet giants, once above the fray, on the defensive in Washington The U.S. Federal Election Commission is considering bringing in Facebook and other tech firms for a public hearing Internet giants, including Alphabet’s Googleand Facebook, are moving to compromise on several major policy issues as they adjust to an abrupt shift in the political winds in Washington. Just last week, the U.S. Senate took a big step toward advancing legislation that would partially strip away the internet industry’s bedrock legal protection, a 1996 law that shields companies from liability for the activities of…

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Google Assistant gets search bar feature in new update

Google Assistant gets search bar feature in new update

Google Assistant gets search bar feature in new update Google Assistant has received a small but useful update that allows users to search specific information or service through a search bar. Google Assistant* has received a small but useful update that allows users to search specific information or service through a search bar. “Whether you check the list by tapping the blue icon on the top right after launching Assistant, or by browsing in the Google Home app, you can see a new search bar on top. That lets you search through…

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Augmented Reality and not VR, will spark the next cultural revolution

Augmented reality could change the world, and let you be cast you in your own movie

Augmented Reality and not VR, will spark the next cultural revolution Augmented reality could change the world, and let you be cast you in your own movie In 1909, EM Forster wrote The Machine Stops, an extraordinary science fiction story in which every citizen is both a consumer and producer of media. They live in underground rooms, never meet face to face but are constantly connected on what we now call social media, and lecture for each other’s benefit on their favourite subjects (which is roughly how Wikipedia is maintained). The…

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Lowes AR app can show you how home decor would look

Lowe’s AR app can show you how home decor would look

Lowes AR app can show you how home decor would look Lowes will launch an app early next month that will use augmented reality to make it easier to envision what a piece of furniture will look like in your home or office. Lowes AR : Lowe’s will launch an app early next month that will use augmented reality to make it easier to envision what a piece of furniture will look like in your home or office. Users will be able to use smartphones to view digital images of furnishings…

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iPhone 8 build costs rise on faster chip, cameras, IHS says

iPhone 8 build costs rise on faster chip, cameras, IHS says

iPhone 8 build costs rise on faster chip, cameras, IHS says Apple Inc’s latest smartphones, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, have more expensive parts, but the company will still make significant profits because it raised prices for the devices, according to research firm IHS Markit. Apple Inc’s latest smartphones, the iPhone 8and iPhone 8 Plus, have more expensive parts, but the company will still make significant profits because it raised prices for the devices, according to research firm IHS Markit. A base model iPhone 8 with a 4.7-inch screen and 64 gigabytes…

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Apple iPhone X demand could top 50 million units: KGI

Apple iPhone X demand could top 50 million units: KGI

Apple iPhone X demand could top 50 million units: KGI Apple’s iPhone X will likely to be in ‘tight supply’, with pre-orders for the flagship smartphone could reach over 50 million units. Apple’s iPhone X will likely to be in ‘tight supply’, with pre-orders for the flagship smartphone could reach over 50 million units. The information has come from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who believes the tenth-anniversary iPhone will be in tight supply until the first half of 2018. Demand for the iPhone X has been high since the launch and it…

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macOS High Sierra now available to download: Best features, how to install, and more

macOS High Sierra now available to download: Best features, how to install, and more

macOS High Sierra now available to download: Best features, how to install, and more Apple has released the latest version of its desktop operating system macOS High Sierra. Here’s how you can download and install macOS High Sierra free of charge. Apple has released the latest version of its desktop operating system macOS High Sierra*. The updated version of popular macOS, which was originally announced at the annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in June,  comes with a number of features. Previously it had been available as a public beta trial, but now…

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Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 to feature Snapdragon 836 SoC, Android 8.0 Oreo: Report

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 to feature Snapdragon 836 SoC, Android 8.0 Oreo: Report

Xiaomi Mi Mix 2 to feature Snapdragon 836 SoC, Android 8.0 Oreo: Report Xiaomi will take the wraps off a new Mi Mix 2 in Beijing on September 11 and until now, most people have been claiming that the device will be powered by a Snapdragon 835 chipset. Now, a new leak suggests the Mi Mix 2 will be powered by a Snapdragon 836 processor. Xiaomi will take the wraps off a new Mi Mix 2 in Beijing on September 11 and until now, most people have been claiming that the device…

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Xiaomi Mi A1 is a Google ‘Android One’ phone with dual-rear cameras at Rs 14,999

Xiaomi Mi A1 is a Google ‘Android One’ phone with dual-rear cameras at Rs 14,999 Xiaomi Mi A1 is the first smartphone from the Chinese startup to sport a dual-rear camera. But priced at Rs 14,999, that isn’t the only selling point of this phone. For this phone, Xiaomi has partnered with Google’s Android One project, which most of us thought was dead and buried. Xiaomi Mi A1 is the first smartphone from the Chinese startup to sport a dual-rear camera. But priced at Rs 14,999, that isn’t the only selling point…

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Google’s Android One is back, but catering to a different price range and sensibilities

Google’s Android One is back, but catering to a different price range and sensibilities

Google’s Android One is back, but catering to a different price range and sensibilities When the Xiaomi Mi A1 launches in India today, it would mark a significant pivot in Google strategy for connecting the “next billion”. The Xiaomi Mi A1, with the A1 signifying Android One, will be the return of Google’s much-touted pure Android experience for basic smartphones. When the Xiaomi Mi A1 launches in India today, it would mark a significant pivot in Google strategy for connecting the “next billion”. It would be an acceptance of the fact that a pure Android experience, isn’t…

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Uranus is full of massive diamonds

Uranus is full of massive diamonds

Uranus is full of massive diamonds Uranus : Although the diamond formation lasted only fractions of the second, it was the first clear experimental proof of the theory. While the glittering precipitation has always been hypothesised, this is the first time that scientists have observed it in practice. the methane compounds found in the deeper layers of ice giants. In the experiment, almost every carbon atom of the original plastic was incorporated into small diamond structures. Dr. Dominik Kraus, head of Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf (HZDR) junior research group said the work had simulated conditions inside the cosmic…

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Checkout Some Cool Gadgets Launched At CES 2017

Checkout Some Cool Gadgets Launched At CES 2017

Checkout Some Cool Gadgets Launched At CES 2017 Checkout : The Consumer Electronics Show 2017 that Kicked off in the beginning of January has concluded a while later. Event held at Las Vegas witnessed many cool and futuristic gizmos that blew people away. Some of the gadgets will be making its way to common people in near future while others will take time. We know you all wanted to get your hands on one of those, right? But Hey! who are we to complain. If you missed tracking some of the…

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An Innovative Smart Baby Monitor By Three Indian Women

An Innovative Smart Baby Monitor By Three Indian Women

An Innovative Smart Baby Monitor By Three Indian Women Innovative : Aardra Kannan Ambili, Ranjana Nair, and Sanchi Poovaya, visited their friend’s two years ago, she recently had a premature baby and all three were completely shocked to see the tiny baby covered with a number of electronic devices. The worried parents were putting their hands on the baby’s chest to track her breathing at regular intervals. Respiratory trackers made for infants are normally battery-powered sensors which required meant to be hooked on to the baby’s body, this was the major concern…

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Oppo Is All Set To Launch F3 On May 4 In India

Oppo Is All Set To Launch F3 On May 4 In India

Oppo Is All Set To Launch F3 On May 4 In India After the successful launch of Oppo F3 plus in India the Chinese phone maker is all set to launch F3 in India on May 4. The device’s image and specs have already been leaked online several times. Oppo F3 is expected to wear the same design persona as F3 plus, however, the standard variant delivers much more power and better camera results compared to the sibling. Feature wise the smartphone will get a 5.5-inch FHD LCD IPS display, half an…

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How To Build Your Own Gaming Desktop Under 50K

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How To Build Your Own Gaming Desktop Under 50K Have you been suppressing your true gamer just because you couldn’t get a rig under the budget? Fear not for we have come with a 50k budget solid gaming PC that you yourself can build and it’s not that difficult, all you have to do is put the parts together and voila you are all set to play. Lol, easy said than done. Get ready to define your gaming persona. 1. Monitor/Display, Samsung LS22F355FHWXXL: Most of the website only tells you to assemble…

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Technology in disguise! Wearable Technologies for Cosmetics.

Technology in disguise! Wearable Technologies for Cosmetics.

Technology in disguise! Wearable Technologies for Cosmetics. Within the past year, the cosmetic industry has began to emerge a forceful wearable presence. When it comes to combining human desire to look flawless, and the rapid evolution of technology, wearable technologies can begin a new conversation of a few wearable cosmetic products. PH.D. John A. Rogers, founder of MC10 wants to merge cosmetics, dermatology and wearable electronics. The company’s mission is to use advanced technology to create a new type of wearable that feels like human skin. Thus, redefining how wearables integrate between…

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Maruti Suzuki launch Rs 7 Lakh price Vitara Brezza SUV in india and specification

Maruti Suzuki launch Rs 7 Lakh price Vitara Brezza SUV in india and specification

Maruti Suzuki launch Rs 7 Lakh price Vitara Brezza SUV in india and specification Maruti Suzuki launch Rs 7 Lakh Vitara Brezza SUV in india.This is one of the lowest price SUV car among all suv like duster, Ford echo sport, creta.The Maruti Brezza come with 1,300cc diesel engine.Vitara Brezza come in 3 model and all are in different prices.The cheap model is Maruti Vitara Brezza LDi in 7Lakh + in ex-showroom.This is diesal model with low price in SUV cars.This car availabe in 6 grades.All cars powerd with 1.3 DDiS diesel engine. Maruti Vitara…

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Why force-quitting apps on your iPhone is a complete waste of time

Why force-quitting apps on your iPhone is a complete waste of time

Why force-quitting apps on your iPhone is a complete waste of time People are still doing this, despite repeated warnings Complete : It’s a long-held belief that force-quitting apps that are running in the background on your iPhone will free up memory and help to preserve battery life. This idea is so ingrained for some iPhone users that they will religiously go through closing down every app running on their phone by swiping them away several times a day. But experts have warned, yet again, that it is a complete…

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Airborne Wind Turbine

Airborne Wind Turbine

Airborne Wind Turbine Airborne : Flying power station? Engineers at Makani Power achieved just that, by designing their “Wing 7” prototype which generate 20 Kw (Kilowatt) just by flying in the sky. Wing 7 consist of functionality & looks of a helicopter, airplane, kite & a robot which has designed to tap winds generally blows above 1000 to 1500 feet where standard land based wind turbines can’t reach. At these altitudes winds blows almost consistantly at a predictable speeds, so Wing 7’s placement gurantees continious supply of power. From a…

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In US Airspace, You Really Should Sweat the Small Stuff

In US Airspace, You Really Should Sweat the Small Stuff

In US Airspace, You Really Should Sweat the Small Stuff The past couple of months have seen some positive developments for the commercial utilization of drones in the United States. Although the industries seeking to use them are not where they’d hoped to be by now as far as the integration of drones into American airspace, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has proposed its long-awaited “small drone” rules, allowing businesses to fly drones weighing less than fifty-five pounds, provided they meet certain requirements, such as flying only at daytime and…

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Will Israeli Tech Power Apple’s Eye Tracking Features

Will Israeli Tech Power Apple’s Eye Tracking Features?

Will Israeli Tech Power Apple’s Eye Tracking Features Tracking Features : Whenever rumors about new iPhones abound, they tend to focus on what tech advances those phones will include. The latest spate of (persistent) rumors on an upcoming Apple release feature technology developed by an Israeli company, uMoove, which allows devices to respond to the movement of a user’s eyes and face. Related articles Israeli Bionic Contact Lens Will Help Blind People ‘See’ Opinion: Why Apple Should Buy PrimeSense Called eye-tracking, the technology is already available to an extent in…

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New low-cost smart glove can translate sign language

New low-cost smart glove can translate sign language

New low-cost smart glove can translate sign language Scientists have created a low-cost smart glove that can wirelessly translate sign language into text and control objects in virtual reality games. The device, called “The Language of Glove,” was built for less than USD 100 using stretchable and printable electronics. Scientists have created a low-cost smart glove that can wirelessly translate sign language into text and control objects in virtual reality games. The device, called “The Language of Glove,” was built for less than USD 100 using stretchable and printable electronics that…

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Scientists create a 3D-printed, full-sized human heart

Scientists create a 3D-printed, full-sized human heart

Scientists create a 3D-printed, full-sized human heart Scientists have developed a 3D-printed soft silicone heart that closely resembles and functions like the human organ, and could help save lives of people who suffer from cardiac failure. The well-functioning artificial heart is a real necessity, researchers said. Scientists have developed a 3D-printed soft silicone heart that closely resembles and functions like the human organ, and could help save lives of people who suffer from cardiac failure. The well-functioning artificial heart is a real necessity, researchers said. About 26 million people worldwide suffer…

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New wearable e-skin sensor to boost health monitoring

New wearable e-skin sensor to boost health monitoring

New wearable e-skin sensor to boost health monitoring Japanese scientists have developed a hypoallergenic electronic sensor that can be worn on the skin to monitor a person’s health continuously over a long period. The wearable device has elastic electrodes, made up of breathable nanoscale meshes, that lets the skin breathe, preventing inflammation. Japanese scientists have developed a hypoallergenic electronic sensor that can be worn on the skin to monitor a person’s health continuously over a long period. The wearable device, that can be worn for a week without discomfort, has elastic…

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T-rex dinosaur could not have run at high speed, says study

T-rex dinosaur could not have run at high speed, says study

T-rex dinosaur could not have run at high speed, says study The size and weight of the giant T rex dinosaur would have made the fearsome carnivore unable to run at very high speeds, according to a new study which proves that a classic chase scene from the Jurassic Park movie was scientifically inaccurate. T-rex : The size and weight of the giant T rex dinosaur would have made the fearsome carnivore unable to run at very high speeds, according to a new study which proves that a classic chase scene…

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Deaf Influence on Consumer Technology

Deaf Influence on Consumer Technology

Deaf Influence on Consumer Technology When hearing people think about exciting new technologies for those who are deaf, their minds most likely jump to the latest developments in cochlear implants or hearing aids. Or perhaps they may vaguely recall reading about any number of devices being developed to translate sign language into speech (or speech into ASL, or ASL into text). When hearing people think about deafness in general, they tend to think only in terms of “problems” and “solutions.” Luxury technology now forms a cornerstone of our sleek American…

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The 10 Best Technology Advances of 2017

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The 10 Best Technology Advances of 2017 Technology Each year, technology brings a wealth of advancement that could alter the future. Many of them are a long way from being viable, and some may never come to fruition, but the mere fact that each day is another chance for the world to solve the fossil fuel crisis, or cure cancer, is inspiring. This year brought numerous, huge advancements across multiple fields. From holographic computers to a new blood test that could help aid the early detection of cancer. Everywhere you…

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Amazing Video Shows U.S. Marines Training With Unbelievably Futuristic Military Combat Robots

Amazing Video Shows U.S. Marines Training With Unbelievably Futuristic Military Combat RobotsWatch U.S. Marines Training With Unbelievably Futuristic Combat Robots-1

Amazing Video Shows U.S. Marines Training With Unbelievably Futuristic Military Combat Robots The United States Military is known for its extensive use of robots both on the battlefield and elsewhere. Affiliated to the Marine Corps Combat Development Command (or MCCDC), the U.S. Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory is one of the many organizations currently working on research, development and testing of such automated systems. As part of Marine Air Ground Task Force Integrated Experiment, during last year’s Rim of the Pacific Exercise, it unveiled a bunch of incredibly futuristic military robots…

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Advantages of 3D Printing that Make Good Business Sense

Advantages of 3D Printing that Make Good Business Sense

Advantages of 3D Printing that Make Good Business Sense Advantages : Not sure if 3D printing is for you – or what it is at all? Think beyond printer ink cartridges and sheets of 8.5” by 11” paper; 3D printers, which are becoming more popular (and, as a result, more affordable), instead build objects by a layering process, from the bottom up. Following the design you feed it, 3D printers use materials as diverse as metals, nylon and plastics, and can create jewelry, miniature models, clothes – the concept is…

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Technology The Waiting Game vs The Impulse Buy

Technology: The Waiting Game vs The Impulse Buy

Technology The Waiting Game vs The Impulse Buy In today’s society, technology is changing faster than a Felix Baumgartner free-fall record attempt. Companies such as Apple Inc. and Microsoft are constantly developing new ideas to make their product better, faster, pocket sized, more colorful, more affordable, have more space available and the list could go on. It seems that every avenue is covered so that there is no excuse not to buy at least one of their options. So as Apple prepares to launch its new iPad mini, because everything…

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Studies Proved Laptop Radiation and Other Forms of Low Level Radiation Pose Risk to Users

Studies Proved Laptop Radiation and Other Forms of Low Level Radiation Pose Risk to Users

Studies Proved Laptop Radiation and Other Forms of Low Level Radiation Pose Risk to Users Studies Proved : Electromagnetic radiation is produced by charged particles moving across the electromagnetic field at varying speeds in the form of waves. The electromagnetic spectrum characterizes these wavelengths by length and frequency. Shorter wavelengths have higher frequency of radiation and are a severe health risk to humans. These kinds of waves include gamma rays, x-rays and ultraviolet (UV) rays. Longer wavelengths are less intense and emit less radiation. Some examples include radio waves, microwaves…

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Sophisticated Technology and The Human Factor

Sophisticated Technology and The Human Factor

Sophisticated Technology and The Human Factor As online technologies become more and more sophisticated, the tendency for us to believe that machines could perform on their own without human intervention becomes even stronger. This is an illusion because behind every new technology are people who invent and innovate — and eventually teach other people to make tech operable. New technology is commonly found by ordinary people and its potential users as answers to challenges. Seldom would you investigate tech advancement on the grounds of its being capable of throwing questions…

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What is Tachograph Analysis?

What is Tachograph Analysis?digital tachograph analysis

What is Tachograph Analysis? There are a lot of frequently asked questions when it comes to tachograph analysis. If you run a business where your workforce are required to drive, this is a topic you need to be well informed on. This guide will attempt to clear up any confusion and give you an idea on how tachograph analysis software could benefit your operations. Let’s nail the basics first. Tachographs are devices that are fitted into vehicles to monitor the driver’s speed, distance traveled and time spent behind the wheel.…

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VoIP Technology: How We Can All Adapt It to Our Small Businesses

VoIP Technology: How We Can All Adapt It to Our Small Businesses

VoIP Technology: How We Can All Adapt It to Our Small Businesses VoIP phones are quickly becoming essential items for both small and large organizations. It was not too long ago when I found myself amazed at this advanced communication tool, which is now the most common desk accessory out there. In fact, Statista.com reported 158.7 million VoIP subscribers around the world in 2013. From my experience though, the multitasking device is not often used at its full potential. VoIP features can help small businesses set professional communication strategies and…

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Should We Really Let The Bots Do The Hard Work?

Should We Really Let The Bots Do The Hard Work?

Should We Really Let The Bots Do The Hard Work? Really : Much is being made these days of the extent to which computers will become independent and threaten our very existence. What was once the stuff of fun but bad 1950s Sci-fi is now very much in the mainstream. Only last week, Professor Stephen Hawking warned of the threat to human existence of the creation of machines capable of thinking for themselves. We may yet be quite a long way from developing the requisite algorithms or having anything like…

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5 Reasons Why 3D Hologram Technology is Sure to Get a Rise From Event Attendees

5 Reasons Why 3D Hologram Technology is Sure to Get a Rise From Event Attendees

5 Reasons Why 3D Hologram Technology is Sure to Get a Rise From Event Attendees If there is one technology that is guaranteed to wow event goers and get a rise out of them, it’s 3D holographic projects. Here are 5 reasons why you should consider holograms to engage your audience. 3D holograms have come a long way since the original Star Wars films, and what was once an 80s movie staple has sprung into real life as a show stealing, event goer pleasing dream for advertisers and brand managers…

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5 Interesting Narrative VR Projects

5 Interesting Narrative VR Projects

5 Interesting Narrative VR Projects   Interesting : We are probably not going to fly bodily through the colorful virtual reality of the internet. However,  through VR we will experience many things in many new ways. And our narratives and stories will change accordingly to the whims of VR. So what the ambitious new narrative VR projects that people are working on? 1. Anne Frank in VR The diary of Anne Frank is one the most widely read and known works to come out of World War II. I‘m not…

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What Benefits Can A Company Expect from Artificial Intelligence?

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What Benefits Can A Company Expect from Artificial Intelligence?     Benefits : The concept of artificial intelligence (AI) was first discussed as far back as 1956. However, the idea was decidedly more fiction than fact at this time. All of this has now changed due to exponential leaps in computing power and a better understanding of how these systems can be integrated into the modern world. As the notions of AI and open source intelligence are now realities, what benefits can these approaches offer the budding enterprise and why…

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Custom Software Development Trends

Custom Software Development Trends

Custom Software Development Trends 2016 brought a lot of chatter about smart tools, predictive analytics and cloud offerings. 2017 is about launching those solutions in companies across a range of industries, helping businesses better connect with their users. Whether customers are at the office, the store or the doctor’s office, custom software development solutions facilitate connection on a more personal level and improve the customer experience. These smart solutions, which are becoming standard tools everywhere, bridge the gap between humans and computers, more closely resembling the role of humans, and…

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Bonds for the Bots: Why Are Investors Interested in AI More than Ever Before?

Bonds for the Bots: Why Are Investors Interested in AI More than Ever Before?

Bonds for the Bots: Why Are Investors Interested in AI More than Ever Before? For anybody who hasn’t been living under a rock these past few years, the words Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) will probably ring a few bells. AI refers to the general ability of machines to do specific tasks in an ‘intelligent’ manner. This can include the ability to do anything from understanding human speech to playing games like Chess. Because technology has hit such an advanced state in recent years, there are so many…

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9 Tech Jobs You Can Do With an Engineering Degree

9 Tech Jobs You Can Do With an Engineering Degree

9 Tech Jobs You Can Do With an Engineering Degree For many, engineering is the ideal field. Not only does it offer opportunities to directly apply skills and knowledge ― which are regrettably rare in other professions ― but it is especially stable and remarkably lucrative. In short, engineering offers fulfilling, reliable, and profitable employment. What’s more, as the tech industry grows ever larger, engineers are expanding their reach. Aside from the tried-and-true mechanical and electrical engineering positions, engineers can test their abilities in new and exciting tech fields. If…

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The Changes That Can Improve Any Piece of Technology

The Changes That Can Improve Any Piece of Technology

The Changes That Can Improve Any Piece of Technology If you often find yourself using something technological and thinking that it could probably be vastly improved, you might well be right. Most technology which we are sold today is not exactly at an expert level, and there is always something that you can do to improve it. If you find this often, then you might want to think about learning a thing or two about the engineering that goes into such products. Being able to slightly change any technological devices…

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Dutch Firm To Launch Its First Flying Car By 2018 Because Sky Is The Limit!

Dutch Firm To Launch Its First Flying Car By 2018 Because Sky Is The Limit!

Dutch Firm To Launch Its First Flying Car By 2018 Because Sky Is The Limit! Dutch Firm : PAL-V company has announced to launch its futurist project, a flying car by the next calendar year. And it’s going to be huge! Terming it as the ‘world’s first’, the flying car will take to the roads and the skies in 2018. From “The Jetsons” to “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang”, flying cars have long captured the imagination. While several futuristic projects are under way in different countries, a Dutch design may be…

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Siri, speakers and software: Highlights from a Apple show

Siri, speakers and software: Highlights from a Apple show

Siri, speakers and software: Highlights from a Apple show iOS 11 will interpretation that a user is pushing underneath one of dual circumstances: If their phone connects to a car’s Bluetooth interface, or if a wifi receiver determines that a phone is relocating during a quick adequate speed. However, it now facilities a many thinner bezel, permitting a association to emanate a device that is not overly vast in comparison. The new iPad gets Apple’s common array of cases and intelligent keyboards. Payments can be certified with Touch ID and…

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Apple pushes Siri to a front during annual developer conference

Apple pushes Siri to a front during annual developer conference

Apple pushes Siri to a front during annual developer conference Apple : iOS, macOS: Because Ultimately it’s A Developers’ Conference! Apple is pulling a Mac as a appurtenance that’s done for practical reality, with new hardware and program updates built for VR. Before creation a announcements, Cook pronounced that this year “it is going to be a best and biggest WWDC ever”. In a past one year, shares of Apple have purebred expansion of 57.61% compared with a Zacks categorized Computer Mini industry’s benefit of 56.10%. We design it to…

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Apple unveils ‘the many absolute Mac we have ever made’

Apple unveils ‘the many absolute Mac we have ever made’

Apple unveils ‘the many absolute Mac we have ever made’ Unveils : There will also be a new Drag and Drop feature, permitting we to pierce text, photos or files from one app to another, and Apple has also redesigned a App Switcher to make changing apps quicker, requiring only a swipe. At a behind of a room was a singular iMac Pro to demeanour at, though not to touch. If you’re regulating a keyboard, a rodent competence seem like second nature, though a iPad Pro doesn’t support them. Apple…

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