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  • 10 Anthology Reveals That Detect the Unlit Aspect of Technology
    10 Anthology Reveals That Detect the Unlit Aspect of Technology

    Screenshot: YouTube/Prime VideoWhen we think about the future, we imagine flying cars or holographic computer screens from movies like Minority Report. But we don’t always consider the ramifications of such advances. That’s where shows like Black Mirror and Tales from the Loop come in: they explore the ethical and moral considerations that spring from our…

  • This Fingertip for Robots Uses Magnets to ‘Feel’ Things
    This Fingertip for Robots Uses Magnets to ‘Feel’ Things

    Imagine, if you will, the home robot of the future. It picks clutter off the floor, sweeps, and does the dishes. And it has to do so perfectly: If the robot has an error rate of just 1 percent, it will drop one dish out of a hundred. Totally unacceptable. In no time, your floor…

  • Could per chance also ‘The Simpsons’ Replace Its Impart Actors With AI?
    Could per chance also ‘The Simpsons’ Replace Its Impart Actors With AI?

    In May 2015, The Simpsons voice actor Harry Shearer—who plays a number of key characters including, quite incredibly, both Mr. Burns and Waylon Smithers—announced that he was leaving the show.By then, the animated series had been running for more than 25 years, and the pay of its vocal cast had risen from $30,000 an episode…

  • Robotics roundup
    Robotics roundup

    I’m excited for any opportunity to talk about soft robotics. There’s something other-worldly about the world of inflatable robotic bladders. Human beings are wont to develop robotics in their own image. The world of soft robots are something akin to what the technology would be like if it was developed by a sea creature. Certainly…

  • Two European firms are mapping a future carrier for teach air take to sequestration of CO2
    Two European firms are mapping a future carrier for teach air take to sequestration of CO2

    The Swiss-based, venture capital-backed, direct air capture technology developer Climeworks is partnering with a joint venture between the government of Norway and massive European energy companies to map the pathway for a business that could provide not only the direct capture of carbon dioxide emissions from air, but the underground sequestration and storage of those…

  • Amazon Echo Show 10 review: Unmoved
    Amazon Echo Show 10 review: Unmoved

    Every new smart home device invites new questions. Questions of privacy, security and what we’re willing to give up for the sake of convenience. It’s not an anti-technology stance to welcome these conversations and assess new products as we invite them into our homes. For my part, my apartment is fairly limited when it comes…

  • What’s the digital divide?
    What’s the digital divide?

    Moving forward requires focus. Mashable’s Social Good Series is dedicated to exploring pathways to a greater good, spotlighting issues that are essential to making the world a better place. Working from “home” in a parking lot. Job interviews on laggy Zoom calls. Students trying to log onto class from a cell phone. For all of…

  • The 2021 Volkswagen ID. Four ticks your whole bins, rather than one
    The 2021 Volkswagen ID. Four ticks your whole bins, rather than one

    Volkswagen, once a dabbler in electric vehicles, is now betting its future on the technology. And the new Volkswagen ID.4 — a five-passenger, fully electric crossover with a starting price of $33,995 (before federal or state incentives) — is its first global effort to make EVs a mainstream product and part of its larger goal…

  • Europe’s bustle for a COVID-19 ‘digital pass’ stirs concerns
    Europe’s bustle for a COVID-19 ‘digital pass’ stirs concerns

    More details have emerged today about the European Commission’s legislative proposal for a pan-EU ‘digital green pass’ to show verified COVID-19 status. The plan is controversial from a human rights and civil liberties perspective, given the clear risk of discrimination. But privacy and security experts are also raising concerns about the technology architecture that will…

  • Tackling deep-seated bias in tech with Haben Girma, Mutale Nkonde, and Safiya Agreeable
    Tackling deep-seated bias in tech with Haben Girma, Mutale Nkonde, and Safiya Agreeable

    Advances in technology provide all kinds of benefits, but also introduce risks — especially to already marginalized populations. AI for the People’s Mutale Nkonde, disability rights lawyer Haben Girma and author of “Algorithms of Oppression” Safiya Umoja Noble have studied and documented these risks for years in their work. They joined us at TC Sessions:…

  • A Agreeable Cybersecurity Company Is never truly About Treasure Expertise
    A Agreeable Cybersecurity Company Is never truly About Treasure Expertise

    When starting to offer security, many companies immerse themselves in the technology. This is a common mistake. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! February 25, 2021 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. We’re living in an information age where data is the…

  • UK Now Has Programs To Fight Drones
    UK Now Has Programs To Fight Drones

    binspamdupenotthebestofftopicslownewsdaystalestupid freshfunnyinsightfulinterestingmaybe offtopicflamebaittrollredundantoverrated insightfulinterestinginformativefunnyunderrated descriptive typodupeerror 105293752 story UK Now Has Systems To Combat Drones (bbc.com) 128 Posted by msmash on Tuesday December 25, 2018 @11:02AM from the once-bitten-twice-shy dept. Detection systems are now able to be deployed throughout the UK to combat the threat of drones, ministers say. It follows three days of disruption…

  • Three Ways Digital Adoption Can Form You a Better Industry Leader
    Three Ways Digital Adoption Can Form You a Better Industry Leader

    Technology There cannot be digital transformation without leaders who have mastered the ins and outs of digital adoption. Image credit: gorodenkoff | Getty Images November 26, 2018 8 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Digital transformation has been a buzzword in recent years. Many cite it as a pathway to the future…

  • Ban on ‘gene drives’ is support on the UN’s agenda — caring scientists
    Ban on ‘gene drives’ is support on the UN’s agenda — caring scientists

    Mosquitoes are the focus of much of the research on gene drives.Credit: Solvin Zankl/Naurepl.com Government representatives from nearly 170 countries will this month consider whether to temporarily ban the release of organisms carrying gene drives — a controversial technology that can quickly propagate a chosen gene throughout a population. The technique has the potential to…

  • ‘Black Think: Bandersnatch’ marks the daybreak of a current expertise in tv
    ‘Black Think: Bandersnatch’ marks the daybreak of a current expertise in tv

    This is a choose-your-own-adventure review of the brand new choose-your-own-adventure Netflix special, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch.  You can choose to remain entirely spoiler-free until you experience it for yourself. In which case: this is quite simply a brilliant, groundbreaking piece of interactive television. One that has cracked the code as to how you let the viewer…

  • The 7 applied sciences that can execute farming smarter–and extra productive
    The 7 applied sciences that can execute farming smarter–and extra productive

    By Shana Lynch4 minute ReadToday’s technology is rushing into one of the last traditional industries: agriculture. A field largely still unaffected by the technological revolution, farming is ripe for change as need couples with opportunity.“We’ve seen a wave of technology impact our information industries,” says Stanford Graduate School of Business professor Haim Mendelson. “Now we see…

  • Don’t Distress About Deepfakes. Distress About Why Individuals Fall for Them
    Don’t Distress About Deepfakes. Distress About Why Individuals Fall for Them

    The use of AI to create high-resolution fake images and videos has raised concerns about the use of disinformation as a political tool. Visual: Base photo: Gage Skidmore / Flickr VIEWPOINTS: Partner content, op-eds, and Undark editorials. Over the past few years, the application of artificial intelligence to create faked images, audio, and video has…

  • Operational Abilities in Industrial IoT Can’t Tolerate IT-Model Patching. “Risk Prognosis” is a Well-behaved and Grand Reply
    Operational Abilities in Industrial IoT Can’t Tolerate IT-Model Patching. “Risk Prognosis” is a Well-behaved and Grand Reply

    Speaking about the Industrial Internet of Things – (IIoT). Operational technology in industrial internet of things (IoT) can’t tolerate IT style patching. Using “Threat Analysis” is a Safe and Powerful Solution. Within companies and across the entire global the IIoT ecosystem – is an intricately intertwined and negotiated merger of IT and OT. OT systems are…

  • Abilities After the Colossal War
    Abilities After the Colossal War

    Today marks the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, which brought the Great War to an end. The Great War, of course, would later come to be known as the First World War because an even greater war would follow within twenty years. Although it has been eclipsed in the public imagination by the Second World…

  • When Construct You Originate The use of Decentralized Social Media
    When Construct You Originate The use of Decentralized Social Media

    From cryptocurrency to decentralized applications, the blockchain buzz continues to grow and has tapped into various industries including finance, gaming, social media, you name it. In particular, in the social media industry, decentralized technology promises to offer a new approach to protect data privacy and improve content regulation. Even though the transition from centralized to…

  • From VR training to cheap larger training, this company is devoted to empowering employees
    From VR training to cheap larger training, this company is devoted to empowering employees

    Sarah Kane, for Walmart Published 12:16 p.m. ET Nov. 16, 2018 | Updated 3:05 p.m. ET Nov. 19, 2018Investing in people through technology, education initiatives and moreWalmart supports its associates through education, training and personal growth.(Photo: Walmart)Having programs and initiatives in place to empower employees isn’t a new concept — but while plenty of companies…

  • It’s Nearly 2019. Is the Glass Ceiling Sooner or later Starting to Crack?
    It’s Nearly 2019. Is the Glass Ceiling Sooner or later Starting to Crack?

    Gender Gap Women in executive leadership positions are still vastly outnumbered, but one thing is clear: Some of the invisible barriers to success are slowly beginning to unravel. Image credit: John Wildgoose | Getty Images December 13, 2018 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In October, California took the historic step…

  • Archery May maybe presumably well Date Abet 48,000 Years in South Asia
    Archery May maybe presumably well Date Abet 48,000 Years in South Asia

    Bone projectile points found at Fa-Hien Lena, and associated prey animals. Image: Langley et al., 2020Ancient bow-and-arrow technology dating back some 48,000 years has been discovered in a Sri Lankan cave, making it the oldest evidence of archery to be found in this part of the world.Ornamental beads, tools to fashion clothes, and projectile points…

  • The detention heart-reforming First Step Act has a essential tool worm
    The detention heart-reforming First Step Act has a essential tool worm

    By Bärí a. Williams5 minute ReadThe road to hell is paved with good intentions. Often in a rush of excitement and eagerness to solve a problem, or to alleviate a particularly thorny issue, people will champion a solution without being aware of all of the possibilities and potential pitfalls, intentional or otherwise, or blatantly ignore…

  • Is Your Firm Ready to Supply protection to Its Recognition from Deep Fakes?
    Is Your Firm Ready to Supply protection to Its Recognition from Deep Fakes?

    t_kimura/Getty Images After a public outcry over privacy and their inability — or unwillingness — to address misleading content, Facebook, Twitter, and other social media platforms finally appear to be making a real effort to take on fake news. But manipulative posts from perpetrators in Russia or elsewhere may soon be the least of our problems.…

  • Steely Eyes, Tragic Ends: The Bromantic Thought of Historical past
    Steely Eyes, Tragic Ends: The Bromantic Thought of Historical past

    Years ago, I fact-checked two memoirs by powerful men. Their books wised me up to an invisible poltergeist in world events: the feverish infatuation of one straight man for another. One of the authors was Michael Eisner, then the CEO of Disney. He offered insight into how powerful producers of the ’80s and ’90s used…

  • Some Chinese language Companies Are Giving Staff Incentives For Buying Huawei Devices or Obedient Giving Them One and Boycotting Apple
    Some Chinese language Companies Are Giving Staff Incentives For Buying Huawei Devices or Obedient Giving Them One and Boycotting Apple

    Want to read Slashdot from your mobile device? Point it at m.slashdot.org and keep reading! binspamdupenotthebestofftopicslownewsdaystalestupid freshfunnyinsightfulinterestingmaybe offtopicflamebaittrollredundantoverrated insightfulinterestinginformativefunnyunderrated descriptive typodupeerror 105297482 story Some Chinese Companies Are Giving Employees Incentives For Buying Huawei Devices or Just Giving Them One and Boycotting Apple (nikkei.com) 118 Posted by msmash on Tuesday December 25, 2018 @07:30PM from the…

  • Involving Ideas: Kari Byron Interviews Debra Ansell
    Involving Ideas: Kari Byron Interviews Debra Ansell

    In her new book Crash Test Girl: An Unlikely Experiment in Using the Scientific Method to Answer Life’s Toughest Questions, MythBuster Kari Byron presents all facets of her background as science experiments, stepping bravely through her education, relationships, career, and more, analyzing the lessons learned in each part and giving smart advice to readers based on the results.…

  • Apple to Add $1 Billion Campus and 5,000 Jobs in Texas
    Apple to Add $1 Billion Campus and 5,000 Jobs in Texas

    ImageApple’s current campus in Austin, Tex. The company said it was building a new facility that would double the size of its work force in the city.CreditCreditTamir Kalifa for The New York TimesApple said Thursday that it would build a new $1 billion campus in Austin, Tex., where it could eventually employ 15,000 people, amid…

  • G-Technology Releases NVMe SSD Good With Unique ArmorLock Technology
    G-Technology Releases NVMe SSD Good With Unique ArmorLock Technology

    Western Digital’s G-Technology brand today announced the release of a new ArmorLock encrypted NVMe SSD, which is a 2TB SSD that uses G-Tech’s newly introduced ArmorLock Security Platform. ArmorLock is a data encryption platform designed with finance, government, healthcare, media, IT, and legal professions in mind, offering greater security than is available with standard SSDs.…

  • What Would perchance presumably Saunter Contaminated With Voting Machines on Election Day?
    What Would perchance presumably Saunter Contaminated With Voting Machines on Election Day?

    A top election-security expert explains how the devices might fail us—and whether a better system is possible. An elections official demonstrates a touch-screen voting machine in Fairfax, Virginia, on Oct. 3, 2012. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Democrats Are Gearing Up to Control the House. It’s a Work in Progress. Republicans’ New Strategy to Retain Power Despite Losing…

  • What is graphene?
    What is graphene?

    BONNINSTUDIO / ShutterstockBONNINSTUDIO / Shutterstock It’s always risky to make broad assertions about history, but one of the few things that seems to hold true is that technological advances drive the course of civilization. Bronze and iron were so crucial to the spread of ancient societies that they have entire epochs named after them. With…

  • Employ Case For Augmented Truth In Originate
    Employ Case For Augmented Truth In Originate

    About The Author Suzanne Scacca is a former WordPress implementer, trainer and agency manager who now works as a freelance copywriter. She specializes in crafting marketing, web … More about Suzanne November 14, 2018 Leave a comment Ever since Pokémon Go brought augmented reality into consumers’ line of sight, marketers and developers have been looking…

  • Every little thing That Came about With Huawei While You Had been Napping
    Every little thing That Came about With Huawei While You Had been Napping

    Photo: GizmodoHuawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada on behalf of the U.S. last weekend and the incident grabbed the global spotlight after the arrest was revealed publicly on Wednesday night. Meng was apprehended for allegedly violating U.S. sanctions against Iran, but we won’t officially hear the charges until her bail hearing…

  • Can Passe Vaccine Skills Slay the Covid-19 Pandemic? – Barron’s
    Can Passe Vaccine Skills Slay the Covid-19 Pandemic? – Barron’s

    Text size Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images As the novel coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the U.S., people are yearning for a win after Washington’s spectacular failures to secure adequate supplies of testing kits and personal protective equipment. Success hinges on whether any of the fast-tracked Covid-19 vaccine candidates supported by the almost $10 billion federally…

  • Anti-robotic vigilantes in Arizona strive to alarm off Waymo’s self-driving automobiles
    Anti-robotic vigilantes in Arizona strive to alarm off Waymo’s self-driving automobiles

    The average consumer probably doesn’t know a whole lot about self-driving car technology. But, when exposed to it, most people seem to react with a mixture of caution and optimism. Not everyone likes change though. Nobody understands that more than Waymo’s human drivers. Waymo, a Google sister-company, found the perfect testing ground for its self-driving…

  • Will Uncertainty in US 5G Deployments Private an impression on IoT Building?
    Will Uncertainty in US 5G Deployments Private an impression on IoT Building?

    Over the last year or so, wireless providers all over the world have put plans in motion to begin phased rollouts of the next-generation of wireless connectivity known as 5G. The technology, offers vast gains in throughput, data latency, and capacity compared to current wireless networks. It is expected to finally unleash the true potential…

  • The Hazard of Amazon’s $2 Billion Local weather Fund
    The Hazard of Amazon’s $2 Billion Local weather Fund

    Photo: Eric Baradat (Getty)On Tuesday, Amazon rolled out a shiny new addition to its flawed climate plan: a $2 billion venture investment fund for low- and no-carbon technology. It is instantly one of, if not the, biggest climate venture funds out there. But it also shows a fatal flaw that runs through Amazon’s—and capital in…

  • The ‘Next The usa’
    The ‘Next The usa’

    How do we govern in the age that will begin with the 2020 election? Dec. 4, 2018ImageCreditCreditSteven Senne/Associated PressI have this feeling that the 2020 presidential election in the United States will be unlike any in my lifetime — and not only because it will likely involve Donald Trump running as an incumbent — he…

  • How the genome-edited babies revelation will hang an affect on evaluation
    How the genome-edited babies revelation will hang an affect on evaluation

    Credit: Zephyr/Science Photo Library A day after news broke of a Chinese scientist who claims to have helped make the world’s first genome-edited babies, researchers fear the startling announcement will hinder their efforts to safely translate gene-editing technology into treatments. As scientists gathered for the Second International Summit on Human Genome Editing in Hong Kong…

  • On Abilities: What Happens When Fb Goes the Job of Myspace?
    On Abilities: What Happens When Fb Goes the Job of Myspace?

    On TechnologyImageCreditCreditJon HanFacebook earned more than $5 billion in profit last quarter, and yet it has spent much of 2018 trapped in a defensive crouch. This year was defined by brutal press coverage, internal strife, executive departures and unwanted attention from authorities. The company stands accused of various offenses: degrading politics; empowering despots; leaving users…

  • Why Disruption Is Coming for Your Industry — And The appropriate technique to Include It
    Why Disruption Is Coming for Your Industry — And The appropriate technique to Include It

    Disruption Impending disruption is a reality that no company can ignore. Image credit: Westend61 | Getty Images Matt Garratt Guest Writer Managing Partner, Salesforce Ventures December 14, 2018 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The rate of disruption is escalating across every industry, thanks to an increase in computing power,…

  • One any other alternate has a safety impress. Now tech does, too
    One any other alternate has a safety impress. Now tech does, too

    Most connected devices are a black box. When you buy a smart toaster, you don’t know how much of your data it’s beaming up to cloud or whether its lax security has allowed it to become part of a bot network (which happened in 2016). How are you supposed to know which smart lightbulb you can…

  • 25 Classy Classic Fonts
    25 Classy Classic Fonts

    Before the birth of modern technology, designers specialized in exquisite hand lettering. And designers today pay homage to the legacy of vintage signage with extraordinary retro typefaces.Curated from the font sections of GraphicRiver and Envato Elements, this collection features 25 nostalgic vintage typefaces that are sure to bring back amazing memories.Need a custom font for…

  • Walmart Workers Are Out to Note Its Anti-Shoplifting AI Would now not Work
    Walmart Workers Are Out to Note Its Anti-Shoplifting AI Would now not Work

    In January, my coworker received a peculiar email. The message, which she forwarded to me, was from a handful of corporate Walmart employees calling themselves the “Concerned Home Office Associates.” (Walmart’s headquarters in Bentonville, Arkansas, is often referred to as the Home Office.) While it’s not unusual for journalists to receive anonymous tips, they don’t…

  • Performed With Michael Cohen, Federal Prosecutors Shift Level of interest to Trump Household Commerce
    Performed With Michael Cohen, Federal Prosecutors Shift Level of interest to Trump Household Commerce

    ImageMichael D. Cohen, President Trump’s longtime lawyer, leaving court in Manhattan last month. Prosecutors have been examining whether other Trump Organization executives were involved in campaign finance violations.CreditCreditAndrew Kelly/ReutersWhen federal prosecutors recommended a substantial prison term for President Trump’s former lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, they linked Mr. Trump to the crimes Mr. Cohen had committed…

  • Uber, Tesla, and Waymo all struggled with self-riding in 2018
    Uber, Tesla, and Waymo all struggled with self-riding in 2018

    Enlarge / The Uber vehicle after it struck Elaine Herzberg.As 2018 dawned, expectations for self-driving vehicles were sky-high: Waymo, Alphabet’s self-driving car company, was testing fully driverless cars and preparing for a commercial launch in the Phoenix area. Uber was racking up millions of test miles for its own cars. Tesla was selling a “full self-driving” upgrade…

  • How ’90s Cybersex Pioneers Sought for Action and Stumbled on Community
    How ’90s Cybersex Pioneers Sought for Action and Stumbled on Community

    If you take a peek at the back pages of 1990s computer magazines, you’ll find plenty of ads for data recovery services, toner cartridges, and bulk shipments of computer disks. Look even closer, and you’ll discover a now-almost-forgotten world of early digital erotica and sexual chat services.Dialup bulletin boards with names like “Sexy Modem” and…

  • The role of anthropology and abilities within the Ebola vaccine response – Open Access Govt
    The role of anthropology and abilities within the Ebola vaccine response – Open Access Govt

    © R. Gino Santa Maria / Heidi Larson, Director of the Vaccine Confidence Project™ and Professor of Anthropology, Risk and Decision Science and researcher Sara Dada at LSHTM, discuss the advancements of Ebola vaccine response Controlling disease outbreaks has been revolutionized by advances in technology and biomedicine. Since the eradication of smallpox in the 1980s,…

  • I Turned into a Cover Time Knowledgeable. Then the Coronavirus Came about.
    I Turned into a Cover Time Knowledgeable. Then the Coronavirus Came about.

    An author reflects on her pre-pandemic pronouncements about children’s technology use and offers new advice, like focus on feelings, not screens.Credit…Michelle MildenbergPublished July 27, 2020Updated Aug. 9, 2020Before the pandemic, I was a parenting expert. It was a cushy gig. In 2019, I boarded 34 flights. I checked into nice hotels, put on makeup and…

  • The 2020 Vary Rover Evoque Is an Evolution, Not a Revolution
    The 2020 Vary Rover Evoque Is an Evolution, Not a Revolution

    From Car and DriverThe first Range Rover Evoque wasn’t a huge hit on this side of the Atlantic, but it was a significant car for its parent company. Land Rover had a miserable time in the most recent recession, and it was this baby Range Rover, launched in 2011, that helped to transform the brand’s…

  • AI Is The entire Rage. So Why Aren’t More Agencies Using It?
    AI Is The entire Rage. So Why Aren’t More Agencies Using It?

    In late 2017, AB InBev, the Belgian giant behind Budweiser and other beers, began adding a little artificial intelligence to its brewing recipe. Using data collected from a brewery in Newark, New Jersey, the company developed an AI algorithm to predict potential problems with the filtration process used to remove impurities from beer.Paul Silverman, who…

  • How Plato Foresaw Fb’s Foibles
    How Plato Foresaw Fb’s Foibles

    Technology promises to make easy things that, by their intrinsic nature, have to be hard.Nov. 16, 2018ImageMark Zuckerberg testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee in Washington in April.CreditCreditChip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesIn ancient Egypt there lived a wise king named Thamus. One day he was visited by a clever god called Theuth.Theuth was an inventor…

  • Is Juul the Easiest Pod Vape or What?
    Is Juul the Easiest Pod Vape or What?

    Vaping is a popular activity, one that has a real a 21st-century twist to it. The technology behind vaping is relatively new. The consequences of doing it are mysterious and potentially very dangerous. And yet, vaping seems better than what people in the 20th century did to their bodies—namely smoking cigarettes. If you’re doing that…

  • ‘Alexa, Improvise’ is a comedy model that uses AI fails for laughs
    ‘Alexa, Improvise’ is a comedy model that uses AI fails for laughs

    From mechanical comics to riffing robots, the integration of artificial intelligence and comedy have been attempted before, with varying degrees of success. The New York Times reported earlier this year about Piotr Mirowski, a senior research scientist who built an AI system called A.L.Ex (short for Artificial Intelligence Experiment) to help him do improv skits.…

  • Construct An Interactive Infographic With Vue.js
    Construct An Interactive Infographic With Vue.js

    About The Author Krutie is technical business analyst and a front-end consultant with expertise in Vue.js and Nuxt.js, alongside back-end proficiency in Laravel. She has an … More about Krutie November 19, 2018 Leave a comment Have you ever had a requirement in which you had to design and build an interactive web experience but…

  • Right here’s how Night Gaze on the Google Pixel three works
    Right here’s how Night Gaze on the Google Pixel three works

    One of the most interesting features Google showed off at the New York launch for this year’s Pixel smartphones was one the phones didn’t actually ship with. Night Sight appeared to quite literally challenge the limits of low light imagery. Looking back, it is quite obvious why people were very sceptical of Google pulling it…

  • Alibaba exec Brian Wong explains the firm’s plans for Afrika
    Alibaba exec Brian Wong explains the firm’s plans for Afrika

    After training their first cohort of 24 Afrikan startups as part of the eFounder Fellowship training program, Alibaba went on to launch another initiative aimed at empowering Afrikan technology startups. Named the Netpreneur Prize, the program will invest a minimum of $1 million a year in Afrikan technology startups for 10 years starting in 2019. The Netpreneur Prize was…

  • The Most inspiring Dallas Region Shuttle Pointers From Our Readers
    The Most inspiring Dallas Region Shuttle Pointers From Our Readers

    Hack Your CityEach Monday we ask you for your best tips on a city: driving tips, restaurant recs, things to do, and any other advice for visitors and locals. Then on Thursday, we present the best comments. We’re working our way around the U.S. and around the globe.  Hack Your City went to Dallas and Fort…

  • Sexual violence have to aloof by no plan be the unbiased of a video recreation
    Sexual violence have to aloof by no plan be the unbiased of a video recreation

    For the ongoing series, Code Word, we’re exploring if — and how — technology can protect people against sexual assault and harassment, and how it can help and support survivors. **Trigger warning** The following article describes graphic scenes of sexual violence in video games. In Custer’s Revenge, Civil War commander General Custer needs to get from…

  • The A to Z of craftsmanship in 2018
    The A to Z of craftsmanship in 2018

    Gadgets Now | Aabhas Sharma | Dec 4, 2018, 07.25 AM IST1 / 27The A to Z of technology in 2018 Technology is one industry that throws up buzzwords as quickly as Honor launches smartphones. Basically, it happens so routinely that one can’t keep track of what’s actually going on. So here we take a…

  • 5 methods to bring a UX lens to your AI project
    5 methods to bring a UX lens to your AI project

    Debbie Pope (she/her) is senior manager of product at The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ youth. A 2019 Google AI Impact Grantee, the project is building an AI system to identify and prioritize high-risk contacts while simultaneously supporting more youth. As AI and machine-learning tools become more…

  • How Expertise is Serving to to Improve Limited Exchange Train
    How Expertise is Serving to to Improve Limited Exchange Train

    Industries have seen many evolution in terms of growth and productivity. Technological advances have made their way easy towards achieving success with short-term as well as long-term objectives. Here is how technology is helping to improve small business growth. Innovation is turning into the main consideration in each new company. The most recent two decades…

  • Healthcare is Booming Hand-in-Hand With the Technology Trade
    Healthcare is Booming Hand-in-Hand With the Technology Trade

    There isn’t a single sector that has not been revolutionized by Technology in the past decade. Everyday conversation, commute and companionships have changed. Nevertheless, the Healthcare industry has come a long way than any other industry could have imagined. To say that technology has transformed the healthcare industry would be an understatement in many levels.…

  • The Technology (2014)

    Note: This is the talk I gave at Startup School Europe, which was held last Saturday in London. You’ve heard a lot of great startup advice today. This is going to be a little different. I often advise startups that it’s better to seek deep appeal, to create something that a few people love, even…

  • What Passed off Previous the Western Entrance
    What Passed off Previous the Western Entrance

    In the Middle East during World War I, the British invented the military technologies and techniques that inspired the tactics of WWII. British machine gunners firing during the Battle of the Somme. Hulton-Deutsch Collection/Corbis via Getty Images Future Tense is a partnership of Slate, New America, and Arizona State University that examines emerging technologies, public…

  • How the ‘CES’ of Blockchain Expertise Is Producing Regulatory Management
    How the ‘CES’ of Blockchain Expertise Is Producing Regulatory Management

    Technology Congress is speaking out too. December 21, 2018 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. ­For the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the U.S. has Las Vegas. For blockchain technology and sweet new startups, Malta, aka “Blockchain Island,” has the DELTA Summit. So in a sense, the DELTA Summit has become…

  • The CEO of truly apt one of Uber and Lyft’s most popular opponents unearths why the DNA of his company is truly diversified from its opponents and the arrangement it will exchange the non-public automotive
    The CEO of truly apt one of Uber and Lyft’s most popular opponents unearths why the DNA of his company is truly diversified from its opponents and the arrangement it will exchange the non-public automotive

    Every morning throughout New York City, Chicago, and Washington, DC, a fleet of black vans emblazoned with bright blue logos take to the streets. If it weren’t for the Via logo, they’d blend right in to the fabric of other ride-hail vehicles, personal cars, and taxis. But under the surface, Via is hoping it can…

  • This Used to be the Year the Robot Takeover of Service Jobs Started
    This Used to be the Year the Robot Takeover of Service Jobs Started

    Out of the three major sectors of the economy—agriculture, manufacturing, and service—two are already largely automated. Farm labor, which about half the American workforce used to do, now comprises around 2 percent of American jobs. And we all know the rust belt song and dance, beat out to outsourcing and mechanization. Which is largely why…

  • Airstream’s Nest is a at ease, futuristic trailer
    Airstream’s Nest is a at ease, futuristic trailer

    But after decades of shimmering tubes, Airstream is changing things up with its latest offering, the fiberglass encased Nest. Starting at $45,900, the 16-foot, seven-inch rolling home breaks the mold and goes for a minimalist design. The two-tone gray and white Nest might not look like the rest of the Airstream lineup, but inside, it’s…

  • 7 issues to imagine dispute
    7 issues to imagine dispute

    More posts by this contributor The next few years will see voice automation take over many aspects of our lives. Although voice won’t change everything, it will be part of a movement that heralds a new way to think about our relationship with devices, screens, our data and interactions. We will become more task-specific and…

  • From self reliant vehicles to foldable phones, 2019 seems promising for 5G wireless skills
    From self reliant vehicles to foldable phones, 2019 seems promising for 5G wireless skills

    Bob O’Donnell, Special for USA TODAY Published 5:14 a.m. ET Dec. 27, 2018 A monochromatic bird’s-eye view of a city with multiple connected wireless points(Photo: GETTY IMAGES)MAUI, Hawaii—After a relatively ho-hum 2018 for mobile phones, 2019 is looking to be gangbuster year for smartphones and the whole wireless industry.In addition to the launch of foldable…

  • Covid Drives Proper Companies to Tap Deepfake Know-how
    Covid Drives Proper Companies to Tap Deepfake Know-how

    This month, advertising giant WPP will send unusual corporate training videos to tens of thousands of employees worldwide. A presenter will speak in the recipient’s language and address them by name, while explaining some basic concepts in artificial intelligence. The videos themselves will be powerful demonstrations of what AI can do: The face, and the…