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Internet of Things gets its zombie apocalypse, and this is just the beginning

Winter is here. The Internet of Things (IoT) winter, that is.<p>All those digital routers, DVRs, "smart" kitchen appliances and IP-enabled cameras you …

Mitsuku chatbot wins Loebner Prize for most humanlike A.I., yet again

With all the hustle and bustle going on in the world of chatbots at the moment, one crucial event that is very relevant to the future of A.I. has gone relatively unnoticed. If you are interested in chatbots and A.I., you may have heard about the Loebner Prize, which was created by Hugh Loebner and …

IoT and cameras: Going from smart to intelligent

Eyes are considered to be the most powerful human sense. The equivalent technological tool is an intelligent video camera that can observe, analyze and act on provided information. This technology is know as Intelligent Video Analytics or Video Content Analysis.<p>Vendors such as Cisco and IBM are key …

Internet of Things

Simulating Evolution: How Close Do Computer Models Come to Reality?

Christoph Adami, <i>Michigan State University</i><p>Darwin's theory of evolution is a simple but powerful framework that explains how complexity can come from simplicity: how everything biological around us - from the microbial biofilms on your teeth to the majestic redwood trees - emerged from the very …

Evolution

Meet the Cobots: Humans and Robots Together on the Factory Floor

Collaborative machines that are priced as low as $24,000 have the potential to revolutionize production lines.<p>Walking across the floor of SEW-Eurodrive’s factory in Baden-Württemberg is like moving through a time warp.<p>On one side, the light is dim and workers stand at long assembly lines repeating …

The Internet of Things has a dirty little secret

We’ll get more and more services revenue because the hardware sits on the wall for a decade.<p>— Tony Fadell<p>As the market eventually saturates and sales …

Negative Options Rule In The Internet Of Things

In addition to so many other transformations, the Internet of Things is going to convert the consumer’s daily world to one of negative …

The latest news on Australia's startup & entrepreneur ecosystem

Advice<p>How HiSmile scaled from $10 million in revenue to eyeing off $100 million by setting infinite goals<p>Emma Koehn<p>How video technology startup …

Blockchain

What’s Wrong with Techno Optimists, and Other Comments from Readers - MIT Technology Review

Here’s a look at what people have been saying about <i>MIT Technology Review</i> stories over the past week. Some comments have been upvoted or prominently …

Artificial Intelligence

IoT Past and Present: The History of IoT, and Where It's Headed Today

<b>Brought to you by Talkin' Cloud</b><p>The Internet of Things (IoT) is one of the hottest IT buzzwords of the moment. Yet the term is actually almost two …

Three realistic tips for losing your mummy tummy (that don’t involve boot camp)

<i>Welcome to Health Advisor, where contributors share their knowledge in fields ranging from fitness to psychology, pediatrics to aging. Follow us</i> @Globe_Health<i>.</i><p>As a new mom you want nothing more than to get back into your skinny jeans and feel like yourself again. The elusive flat tummy touted by …

Conquer the Internet of Things in 20 minutes

You love the idea of playing with hardware, but you studied programming, not electrical engineering. Maybe you’ve never even used a soldering iron …

10 Internet of Things companies to watch

It’s good to be an Internet of Things startup these days. Cisco forked over $1.4B for IoT platform provider Jasper in February. Nokia Growth Partners …

Internet of Things

E-skin 'can monitor body's oxygen level'

<b>Scientists say they have developed ultra-thin electronic "skin" that can measure oxygen levels when stuck to the body.</b><p>The goal is to develop such "skin" to monitor oxygen levels in organs during surgery, say researchers in Japan.<p>Tests on volunteers found the "skin" provided stable measurements of …

Medical Technology

Artificial intelligence and racism

Replicants. Cylons. Skynet. Hal 9000. These are the classic pop-culture references the average person might conjure when they hear the term “artificial intelligence.” Yet, while some see AI as a novelty still guised in the trappings of the far-flung future, others realize the dawn of AI is much …

Artificial Intelligence

Tagging may be the best way to make IoT contextually relevant and usable

Jim Hunter Contributor<p>Jim Hunter is chief scientist and technology evangelist at Greenwave Systems.<p>More posts by this contributor:<p>IoT redux… this time, it’s personal<br>• HaLow Is The Natural Next Step In The Evolution Of IoT<p>Before the iPhone, we lived in caves.<p>And it was easy to organize things in our …

Tulane Green Wave

The Game of Life: a beginner's guide

When I give talks I often discuss the The Game of Life, a mathematical recreation in which patterns evolve in fascinating ways. One of the earliest computer crazes, it always gets a wow. For those who have never heard of Life before and for those who might want to find out more, I made videos of …

Plans for a secure quantum internet take a leap forward

The ability to ‘sculpt’ individual photons is a crucial step towards a secure network of powerful quantum computers<p>Scientists have created a device that can release a single, precisely shaped photon of light, opening the way to a secure “quantum internet” that is incredibly powerful and …

Mexico on the brink: thousands to protest over widespread corruption and student massacre

Violence and breakdown of law and order threaten to destabilise country after mass murder of students and scandal over presidential home<p>Mexicans protesting about missing students scuffle with police Share your photos and experiences via GuardianWitness<p>Mexico is facing an escalating political crisis …

Gravity may have saved the universe after the Big Bang, say researchers

(Phys.org) —New research by a team of European physicists could explain why the universe did not collapse immediately after the Big Bang.<p>Studies of …

How to get longer legs (according to Gwyneth Paltrow)

Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle blog, Goop, recently ran an article about fascia fitness, which she claims will make your legs longer. Is there any truth to it? We asked an expert<p>Like most people, I feel the week has only truly begun once the Goop newsletter has dropped into my inbox.<p>Gwyneth Paltrow’s …

100 weird objects sent into space

"Send my love to the aliens. All the best, Paul."<p>That was the message from Paul McCartney when, in 2008, Nasa beamed into space the Beatles song Across the Universe via its Deep Space Network.<p>The Beatles song is travelling across the universe at a speed of 186,000 miles per second to reach North …

Should you pay as much to see Interstellar as The Hobbit?

Homegrown films should be cheaper to watch at the cinema than Hollywood blockbusters, according to the Odeon. There’s only one thing for it: tickets for all films should be priced according to their merits<p>Until recently, cinema ticket prices operated on a level playing field. Now, however, the …

'Night Will Fall' an eye-opener about documenting Nazi camps

The documentary "Night Will Fall," receiving an Oscar-qualifying run in advance of its HBO premiere in January, is a masterfully constructed, eye-opening and, at times, eyes-averting look at an obscure chapter of Holocaust history. It's also one of the most harrowing cinematic journeys on the topic …

Groundbreaking Images of a Comet's Surface Taken by Rosetta's Philae Probe

On November 12, 2014, history was made as the European Space Agency's Philae probe successfully touched down on the surface of Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko, achieving the very first controlled landing on a comet. For more than a decade, Philae's mothership, the Rosetta spacecraft, has been …

Space