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10 Skin Care Apps - Skin Care

"There’s an app for that." It’s something we hear all the time about just about every topic or idea and skin care is no exception. There are plenty …

Skin Cancer App

★★★★★ - App is easy to use. I've been measuring and describing a skin growth to my doctor for a while, and this is way more accurate. Doc is …

Smart Apparel Company

Xenoma Inc. is a spin-off company from the University of Tokyo. The company is aiming at realizing a human-friendly technologies utilizing study …

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Robotics

15 Under-the-Radar Road Trips for When You Need to Get Out of San Francisco

For the next time you step in some sidewalk poop and think to yourself, "Damn, I could really use 15 under-the-radar road trip options that are …

From wearables to … invisibles

With the introduction of the Apple HealthKit late last month and other digital health solutions coming onto the market, digital technology is on the verge of disrupting medicine in profound ways.<p>In the design world, we are excited about using technology to impact so many lives. We are obsessing …

4 Wearables That Give You Superpowers

Super strength. Super hearing. Super artistry. Super expression. The future of wearables is really a quest for human enhancement.<p>Mark Rolston used to be CCO at Frog Design. Now he runs his new consultancy, Argodesign. And as part of our Wearables Week, his firm generated a series of concepts based …

Oh, Is That The Internet You’re Wearing? By @psilvas | @ThingsExpo [#IoT]

VENDOR PRESENTATIONS<p>General Session at 16th Cloud Expo | Laura Heritage, Director of API Strategy at Akana<p>General Session at 16th Cloud Expo | David …

A Smart Necklace That's Like a Locket for the 21st Century

One thing quietly unsaid amid all the hubbub over the Apple Watch is that it's not particularly clear what the device is for. Is it a notification …

Artificial intelligence meets the C-suite

Technology is getting smarter, faster. Are you? Experts including the authors of <i>The Second Machine Age</i>, Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, examine …

Robot capable of handling unfamiliar objects unveiled | Financial Times

The first robot capable of manipulating unfamiliar objects was unveiled on Thursday, with its creators predicting that it would possess enough …

Smartphones used as ‘pocket doctors’ to detect Parkinson’s | Financial Times

Smartphones can act as “pocket doctors”, diagnosing Parkinson’s and other degenerative diseases with astonishing accuracy on the basis of users’ …

Ten finalists selected for Qualcomm Tricorder XPrize

The list of potential winners of the Qualcomm Tricorder XPRIZE has been whittled down to 10. The aim of the project is to make science fiction …

Robot Servants Are Going to Make Your Life Easy. Then They'll Ruin It

Jibo, the “world’s first family robot,” hit the media hype machine like a bomb. From a Katie Couric profile to coverage in just about every outlet, …

A Smart Nanny Cam With Facial Recognition and Air Pollution Sensors

“Connected health isn't just about the quantified body,” says Philippe Schwarz, president of Withings. “It is about the health of the house. There …

Ybrain Raises $3.5M To Fund Trials Of Its Wearable For Alzheimer’s Patients

Ybrain, a Korean startup that makes wearables for Alzheimer’s patients, announced today that it has raised $3.5 million in Series A funding led by Stonebridge Capital, bringing its total raised so far to $4.2 million. Co-founder Seungyeon Kim told TechCrunch that the money will be used for clinical …

21 Weird and Wacky Wearables You'll Actually Want

When most people hear the term "wearable tech," they think fitness trackers, smartwatches and smartglasses. The world of wearables encompasses so …

SaviOne robot butler starts room service deliveries this week

Personal helper and service robots like Milo from RoboDynamics have been in development for some time. Milo was a pretty basic machine, however. It …

The Plan to Build a Massive Online Brain for All the World's Robots

If you walk into the computer science building at Stanford University, Mobi is standing in the lobby, encased in glass. He looks a bit like a garbage …

Starwood Introduces Robotic Butlers At Aloft Hotel In Cupertino

Robots are everywhere, including wandering around your hotel.<p>Starwood, one of the world’s largest hotel companies, is rolling out two robotic “Botlrs” inexplicably named A.L.O. in their Cupertino Aloft Hotel.<p>The robotic butlers, built by Savioke, are able to perform tasks in the front of the house …

Samsung Buys SmartThings for a Reported $200 Million

In another signal that consumers' homes are the new battleground for tech colossuses, Samsung announced on Thursday that it was buying Internet of …

Fascinating Research Explains Why Humans Will Eventually Think Of Robots As Friends

Heather Knight is a roboticist currently engaged in doctoral research at Carnegie Mellon University, and has published a paper called "How Humans Respond To Robots."<p>Knight's work focuses specifically on social robotics — how robots and humans interact today, and how they could interact in the …

Robotics

Brain Hacking Is Having Incredible Effects And It's Just Getting Started

And this just scratches the surface in terms of what we might be able to do to improve cognition as our understanding of the brain improves. With an implanted chip, the possibilities might be close to limitless.<p>Researchers think that as we learn more about the brain, we'll be able to use …

The Brain

The Uncanniest Valley: What Happens When Robots Know Us Better Than We Know Ourselves?

The “uncanny valley” is a term coined by Japanese roboticist Mashahiro Mori in 1970 to describe the strange fact that, as robots become more …

Walk This Way: Smart Shoes Lead the Way for the Blind

The days of burying one's nose in a phone trying to decipher directions could be over.<p>Indian wearable tech startup Ducere Tech has created smart …

US Unemployment Is 7.9%—Are Robots to Blame?

Robots want to invade your home, take your job, and steal your wife. Maybe not that last one (yet). But as unemployment remains stubbornly elevated …