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Can Machines Be Creative? Meet AI artists

Even in the real world, AI has demonstrated that it can perform feats that are unexpectedly creative. Under the guidance of programmers, different types of AI have produced original songs, paintings and digital artwork; some bust out their own dance moves, and others spit rhymes like Kanye. Read more

Test-tube burgers and the future of meat

Industrial farming is also on the rise, but animal agriculture has a lot of downsides. It is the leading cause of species extinction, ocean dead zones, water pollution, habitat destruction and it is responsible for more CO2 being released into the atmosphere than all forms of transportation. However, a potential solution is in the works as scientists around the world compete to be the first to create a lab-grown burger to market to the masses. Read more

Artificial intelligence could supercharge hacking and election meddling, study warns

The rise of AI-enhanced software will allow people with little technical skills to easily produce audio and video that makes it nearly impossible to distinguish between what is real and what isn’t, according to a report released Wednesday from researchers led by Oxford University and Cambridge University. Entitled “The Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence: Forecasting, Prevention and Mitigation,” the report was released to sound the alarm about how artificial intelligence is becoming easier to use — and could become a key tool in the arsenal of foreign operatives seeking to spread disinformation. Read more

Navigating the risks of artificial intelligence and machine learning in low-income countries

Around the world, tech startups are partnering with NGOs to bring machine learning and artificial intelligence to bear on problems that the international aid sector has wrestled with for decades. Read more

How technology is redefining the travel industry

Artificial intelligence in travel sector has already started to change the way people are searching and booking their travel. These range from algorithms that are constantly refining how options are ranked on people’s favourite website, data collected from the apps on phone, sentiments shared on social media etc. AI is helping travel companies to provide highly-tailored offers based on customers’ needs and preferences. Read more

LG develops technology to reduce VR sickness

LG Display Co on Monday said it has developed a new breakthrough in Virtual Reality (VR) technology to prevent dizziness, headaches and other symptoms associated with motion sickness by reducing the delay between users’ movements and the images shown on the screen. Read more

The Beaming Future of Li-Fi Technology

LiFi is a wireless optical networking technology that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) for data transmission. By using LiFi in all the lights in and around a building, the technology could enable greater area of coverage than a WiFi router. Read more

The Era of the Flying Cars is On the Horizon

Flying cars are no more a figment of one’s imagination. They are real and might soon help you move from one place to another in a fraction of your current transit time. Read more

Improving output, innovation key to make India manufacturing hub

Improving manpower productivity and focusing on innovation will be key to making India a hub for manufacturing, top executives said at a recent discussion. “For future competitiveness, innovation is necessary,” said Andreas Lauermann, MD at Volkswagen India. Competence enhancement and innovation were shortlisted as crucial to push India’s manufacturing to the next level. Read more

Microsoft to Use AI for Disabilities

Microsoft is launching a $25 million initiative to use artificial intelligence to build better technology for people with disabilities. CEO Satya Nadella announced the new “AI for Accessibility” effort as he kicked off Microsoft’s annual conference for software developers. Read more

Uber Plans To Launch Flying Taxis With Technology That Doesn’t Exist

Tired of all the Ubers clogging up the road? Let’s have Ubers clog up the skies instead. That’s right, the ride-sharing and transportation company that hauls your drunk ass home on Friday nights now wants to make machines that fly. The company will be revealing its plans for Uber Elevate, its proposed flying taxi service, at its second annual Elevate Summit. Read more

President Ram Nath Kovind says government should promote research, innovation in education

President Ram Nath Kovind on Wednesday said that the government has a responsibility to promote and support research and innovation in centres of education. Expressing his deep interest for education, the President said, education holds the key for the development of nation and people and plays an important role in the making of a modern India. He also presented the Visitor’s Award for Technology Development. Read more

Microsoft built its own custom Linux kernel for its new IoT service

At a small press event in San Francisco, Microsoft today announced the launch of a secure end-to-end IoT product that focuses on microcontroller-based devices — the kind of devices that use tiny and relatively low-powered microcontrollers (MCUs) for basic control or connectivity features. At the core of Azure Sphere is a new class of certified MCUs. Read more

Smart Shoes: Taking Fitness to the Next Level

Wearable tracking technology is the biggest breakthrough in the world of gadgets right after the soaring success of smartphones and tablets. We are no stranger to the grave dependence we have on our phones, right from setting an alarm to making important bank transactions. Wearable tracking devices are phenomenal companions for the fitness freaks and sports practitioners. Read more

Facebook’s Smart Speaker

The Internet of Things (IoT) is expanding, and smart-home gadgets are pushing the digital envelope. With smart speaker sales expected to reach $5.5 billion by 2022, Facebook is planning to cash in. Rivalling Amazon’s Echo Show and Google Home, the smart speaker reportedly will combine a touch screen to enable video calls. Know More

This Wearable Could Let Us Look Inside Another Person’s Brain

What if you could “see” directly into another person’s brain? The ability to read minds, referred to as telepathy, is yet another concept that’s abundant in science fiction, but a former Facebook executive says that we could all be capable of at least seeing inside someone else’s mind — provided that we’re equipped with the right technology. Read more

How Innovation Leads to Location Analytics

Location analytics and business intelligence has reached to almost all sectors. Along with the disruptive technologies such as cloud, artificial intelligence, machine learning etc., location analytics helps in rapid innovation cycle for the players in the financial domain. Now the time has arrived when we need to accept the technological change and move towards the analytical maturity curve through a 360-degree approach. Read more

Technology Innovation Could Transform Customer Experience in the Travel and Hospitality Industry

Technology innovation in the areas of internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI) and virtual reality (VR) will have a direct impact on how consumers interact with brands. The travel sector will undergo a significant transformation as well, to deliver comfortable, convenient and delightful consumer experiences. Read more

Artificial Intelligence: To be or not to be?

Was Steve Wozniak right? Does Artificial Intelligence have the capacity to take over humans? Stephen Hawking had warned that artificial intelligent machines are so clever that they could kill us because they are too clever! Read more

Entering the World of Wearables

How about owning a piece of garment to which you can gesture to play music as you cycle, attend calls by just tapping the cloth and also notify you, when you reach your desired location? Slated for release in the coming months, Levi’s Project Jacquard is a technology straight out of a sci-film. Using conductive yarns, thin metallic alloys and synthetic and natural yarns structures like cotton, silk or polyester; interactive areas are woven into the textile that are connected to tiny circuits. The technology would make its debut in the Levi’s Commuter Trucker collection which is embedded with haptics, LED and embedded sensors that interact with the digital world in real time. Read more

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