Source: AI: Robots that can learn by viewing ‘How-To’ videos The researchers named their project ”RoboWatch.” A part of what makes it possible is that there’s a common underlying structure to most how-to movies. And, there is plenty of source materials out there. YouTube has more than 180,000 clips on “How to make an omelet” and 809,000 on “ […]Read more "AI: Robots that can learn by viewing ‘How-To’ videos"
Two years after Fairphone launched its debut gadget, the firm is back with an altogether more interesting follow-up. Fairphone’s first handset was released in 2013, and was intended to be a more equitable device — one which used fairly traded supplies and put a premium on better working conditions for those that assembled the handset. Despite coming […]Read more "The Modular ‘Fairphone 2’ is available now – Is it any good?"
State-of-the-art atomic force microscopes (AFMs) are designed to capture pictures of structures as small as a fraction of a nano meter — one million times smaller than the width of a human hair. In recent times, AFMs have produced desktop-worthy close-ups of atom-sized structures, from single strands of DNA to individual hydrogen bonds between […]Read more "MIT’s new microscope can see nanoscale processes in real time"
The new wearable from Google may assist diabetics easily monitor their blood glucose levels and include a variety of different health-centric features. Source: Google Has Patented A New Wearable That Can Draw BloodRead more "Google Has Patented A New Wearable That Can Draw Blood"
Last week, the $9 C.H.I.P lost the title of the cheapest computer to the Raspberry Pi Zero, the new cheapest computer in the world. It retails for only $5 Source: The New Cheapest Computer In The World – $5Read more "The New Cheapest Computer In The World – $5"
Night-vision windshields on automobiles may someday be possible with advanced thermal imaging technology based on graphene. It can be flexible, transparent Source: Graphene Could Massively Improve Thermal ImagingRead more "Graphene Could Massively Improve Thermal Imaging"
Getting a guest post or your article featured on top blogs like Huffington Post, Mashable, Buzzfeed or Gawker etc is no small feat and it has its rewards.. Source: How to get your article featured on top blogs like Mashable etcRead more "How to get your article featured on top blogs like Mashable etc"