Eliel Cassiano Muniz

24 Flips | 4 Magazines | 112 Likes | 1 Following | @elielmuniz | Keep up with Eliel Cassiano Muniz on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Eliel Cassiano Muniz”

Four Things About Artificial Intelligence That Marketers Need to Keep In Mind In 2018

Farewell 2017, a year in which marketing technology really took off and where both consumers and marketers alike started to experience the potential of artificial intelligence in our daily personal and professional lives. Thanks to our new voice-operated companions Alexa and Siri, and advanced …

Artificial Intelligence

Toyota will electrify entire vehicle lineup by 2025

Toyota is finally revealing the details of its plan to catch up with some of its rivals on electrification; the automaker has focused primarily on hybrids and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles before now, despite having led the market with the Prius – but it’s going to focus more on pure EVs going …

Electric Vehicles

#Skynet: pesquisadores criam IA que pode detectar seus sentimentos via WiFi

Não é raro que, aqui no TecMundo, a gente acabe brincando na hora de apresentar alguns projetos de robótica ou inteligência cognitiva e faça piadas …

Scientists built a book-sized, protein-powered biocomputer

Supercomputers are absurdly impressive in terms of raw power, but it comes at a price: size and energy consumption. A multi-university team of researchers might've sidestepped that, though, with protein-powered biocomputers. Lund University notes that where this should really be helpful is with …

LG's Rolly keyboard packs up into a Bluetooth wand

That being said, the keys themselves are satisfying to use (for a portable keyboard), and the Rolly boasts a Bluetooth pairing functionality which lets you connect it to two different devices at once. The battery bar also holds a pair of concealed arms that let you prop up a tablet or smartphone at …

Gear & Gadgets

Why Google Is Going All In On Diabetes

Millions of people with diabetes prick a finger more than five times a day to monitor their blood glucose levels. It's a painful and expensive process.<p>But now, Google's Life Sciences division is putting its immense resources behind new initiatives aimed at helping them better live with the …

Diabetes

How to turn your phone into a holographic display, for free

As we have been reminded recently by the furore around the Holus tabletop display, most current holograms are an effect more than a technology. …

Facebook unveils solar-powered drone that can beam the internet down to earth

Facebook has unveiled a full-scale prototype of its Aquila drone, with which it hopes to deliver internet access in unconnected parts of the world<p>Facebook has unveiled a full-scale prototype of its Aquila drone – the high-altitude, long-endurance aircraft that the Californian tech giant wants to …

Multispectral Imaging: New Technology Resurrects Centuries-Old Texts

Look closely at the faded letters of a centuries-old piece of parchment, and behind them you might see the remnants of an earlier work: perhaps a play or poem thought lost for generations. Scholars are applying a high-tech method to extract these hidden texts, left unnoticed or ignored for …

Google's new self-driving cars hit the road

Google's cute-as-a-button, fully autonomous cars are hitting the road this summer.<p>If you're in Mountain View, California, you'll be among the first to see them pass by.<p>Google (GOOGL) says it's now ready to test-drive the gray and white prototype vehicles after extensive testing on closed tracks, …

Autonomous Cars

This Wearable Gadget Turns Your Footsteps Into Battery Life For Your Phone

The wearable, called Ampy, was inspired by the fact that as devices like smartphones get smarter, the batteries inside them haven’t kept up. The more …

The Insane New Technology Harnessing The Ultimate Green Energy Source: The Human Body

Forget about your smartphone or your Google Glass: The most sophisticated piece of machinery that any of us tote around on a regular basis is the human body. But despite their valiant attempts — we will always have a soft spot for our mood rings and our hypercolor shirts — scientists haven’t <i>always</i> …

Here's The Joke A Bunch Of Googlers Are Telling About CEO Larry Page

"A brainiac who works in the lab walks into Page's office one day wielding his latest world-changing invention — a time machine," as Helft tells it. "As the scientist reaches for the power cord to begin a demo, Page fires off a dismissive question: 'Why do you need to plug it in?'"<p>Told …

‘I was blind… now I have bionic eyes’

What is it like to see again after years of blindness? Rose Eveleth asks a woman whose sight was restored with a remarkable new eye implant.<p>Fran Fulton is 66, and she’s been fully blind for about 10 years. A few weeks ago, all that changed.<p>Fulton suffers from retinitis pigmentosa – a degenerative …

How faecal transplantation is gaining credibility

Many find the idea of faecal, or poo transplants disgusting. However a growing body of evidence suggests this could be a lifesaver, as Bryn Nelson reports.<p>This is how far a mother will go.<p>Your daughter has been sick for more than four years with a severe autoimmune disease that has left her colon …

Escolha menos e viva melhor

A capacidade de decisão é um recurso finito. Guarde sua energia para as questões mais importantes. Muitas vezes, é melhor levar a vida no piloto …

4D printing: buildings that can change over time

What if buildings could adapt their shape and form – without any other input from us? Architect Skylar Tibbits says 4D printing could make materials that build themselves.<p>The way we build our structures has become more and more sophisticated. But the materials we build them from are static, waiting …

Emerging Technology

Romo: Turning your phone into a friendly robot

The dream of a cheap and friendly robot in every home hasn't yet taken off. Roboticist Keller Rinaudo’s solution is Romo – powered by your smartphone.<p>Robots are a common sight in our factories and industrial workplaces, but have yet to make the jump into people’s homes - whether because of cost or …

Hackermeter Wants To Kill Your Résumé And Replace It With A High Score

If you’re looking to hire a bad-ass programmer, fielding résumés can start to feel like an exercise in futility. They’re good for quickly filtering out folks who are clearly applying to <i>everything</i> — but when everyone in the industry has some crazy made-up senior ninja/rockstar/space cadet title, …

Hyperloop revealed: Elon Musk foresees rapid transit in a tube

Electromagnetic acceleration: That's the high technology behind the high-speed transit concept that billionaire Elon Musk calls the Hyperloop.<p>Musk — who already plays leading roles in the SpaceX rocket venture, the Tesla electric car company and the SolarCity solar-energy company — unveiled his …

Confira a nossa terceira leva de screenshots do iOS 7 beta 4!

Sabemos que a nossa ansiedade pelo <b>iOS 7</b> é tão grande quanto a de vários de vocês, por isso temos tentado trazer aqui para o site todos os detalhes …

Conheça o Moto X, o primeiro smartphone inteiramente desenvolvido pelo Google após a compra da Motorola | MacMagazine.com.br

O lançamento já era esperado depois da aparição do aparelho<p>na orelha nas mãos de Eric Schmidt, presidente executivo do Google. Pois ontem o …

Now There's A Way To Apply For Jobs Directly Through Twitter

So it seems it would only be a matter of time before someone created a platform that would connect job seekers to employers using Twitter.<p>Joe Budzienski has done just that with Gozaik, a free social web application recently launched in Beta that basically uses aggregated technology to dissect …

Employment

Architects are starting to 3D print houses—but without a house-sized printer

A couple of months ago, Dutch architect Janjaap Ruijssenaars announced that he was building a curvy, loopy and for some reason, largely see-through building, to be made with the help of Enrico Dini’s D-Shape 3D printer. The project would cost up to 5 million euros ($6.4 million) and be completed in …

3D Printing