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2017 was a busy year for science. From the bottom of the world to the bottom of the sea, new discoveries popped up all over the place. Researchers got new tools, doctors got new medicines, and tables were laid with new foods. Meanwhile, the ultimate shut-ins got their first glimmer of freedom and we learned who really will inherit the Earth. So let's look back at the highlights of this year i
a look at the year ahead! will it be a good one? discover the major tech trends you'll be working and playing with in 2018.The post designboom’s TECH predictions for 2018: artificial intelligence appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
There have been a number of soft robots inspired by the ancient art of paper folding – origami – recently, including polymer-based microgrippers and the safety-first Twister. Researchers from Harvard and MIT say that robots made of soft materials are often not as strong as their rigid counterparts. This thinking has led to the development of inexpensive artificial muscles that have been desig
vinci 2.0 in-ear headphones function with 3G cellular, music streaming, voice AI assistant, health sensors and fitness coaching under its control.The post vinci 2.0 headphones are world’s first to equip artificial intelligence appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Meteors are nature's fireworks, but mankind is catching up as the artificial shooting star project Sky Canvas attempts to recreate colorful cosmic showers. Using miniature satellites that shoot special alloy ball bearings, the showers can be created to order over any spot on Earth for both a spectacular fireball display and to help better understand how to dispose of space debris...Continue R
Honda has unveiled a series of AI devices and transport concepts at this year's Tokyo Motor Show, including a sports car that communicates with its driver, and a robot that can turn into an "impromptu cafe". Read more
Last year the FDA approved an artificial pancreas for general use. The technology is designed to automatically monitor and inject insulin as needed, in patients with type 1 diabetes. Now a team at Harvard has developed an even more sophisticated system than connects to a patient's smartphone and learns their habits so a person's glucose levels are kept within a certain healthy range...Continu
A couple of weeks before the opening of the Tokyo Motor Show, Yamaha has announced the list of exhibits it will have on display in its booth. A motorcycle application of artificial intelligence known as the Motoroid prototype stands out, next to the autonomous Motobot and an enigmatic electric quadricycle...Continue Reading Yamaha explores fusing artificial intelligence and motorcyclesCategor
it has two separate arms and uses artificial intelligence to predict the human player’s movement, the speed of the ball and the trajectory to determine his opponent’s skill level with around 90% accuracy.The post OMRON’s forpheus ping pong playing robot uses artificial intelligence appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
As we head into the weekend, we have four videos to share with you in today's edition of Shutter Release. First up is a new Lightroom Coffee Break video, next is a video about natural light versus off camera flash, then a behind the scenes landscape video before finishing with the latest from photographer Jay P. Morgan. Shutter Release is a regular roundup feature here at Imaging Resource whe is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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