Anastacio Gonzalez

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Sci-fi medical clinic opens in San Francisco

Resembling something that looks more like an Apple store than a traditional doctor's office, Forward proposes an entirely different approach to …

Cheaper 'mixed reality' smart glasses that do both AR and VR are coming

LAS VEGAS — Smartphones aren't the only gadgets Qualcomm wants to power.<p>The mobile chipmaker's upcoming Snapdragon 835 processor will also power a …

A new app helps doctors find the right health app for their patients

A new app helps doctors find the right health app for their patients<p>03 January 2017 <b>|</b> News<p>There are at least 265,000 mobile health apps. The problem …

Tiny solar panels under your skin are almost ready to power the next generation of medical devices

Light packs a powerful punch. If we could harvest a fraction of the photons striking our bodies each day, we could be cyborgs with medical devices powered by the sun. The concept took a step forward this week as Swiss researchers, publishing in the Annals of Biomedical Engineering on Jan. 3, showed …

Clean Energy

A New App Technology taking over the Health Care Industry and Making Our Lives Simpler

This new app technology is making traditional office visits, long waits and repetitive forms a thing of the past. With everything from food to your next date available from your phone, it only makes sense that your doctor is as well.<p>A new study by West Monroe Partners shows patients are moving away …

DeepMind CEO: General AI is still a couple of decades away

The use of machine learning and computer intelligence is becoming increasingly important in emerging technology fields, from big data to self driving cars. However, Mustafa Suleyman, CEO of AI company DeepMind which Google bought back in 2014, still believes that we’re still a long way away before …

Artificial Intelligence

Amazon just launched a cashier-free convenience store

No lines, no registers, no self-checkout machines<p>Amazon just unveiled a grocery store without lines or checkout counters. Amazon Go, a 1800-square-foot retail space located in the company’s hometown of Seattle, lets shoppers just grab the items they want and leave; the order gets charged to their …

Elon Musk's OpenAI and Google's DeepMind release their AI playgrounds to everyone

Artificial intelligence developed by the likes of Google's DeepMind and Elon Musk's OpenAI is taught within the confines of game worlds – including …

Artificial Intelligence

Amazon launches Amazon AI to bring its machine learning smarts to developers

Amazon today announced the launch of its new Amazon AI platform at its re:Invent developer event in Las Vegas. This new service brings many of the machine learning smarts Amazon has developed in-house over the years to devs outside the company. For now, the service only makes three different tools …

Vocal Production

Just how do you achieve that extra bit of professional polish for your vocal parts? Find out with our in-depth guide...<p>Any attempt to explain the …

For a long life, consider picking up a tennis racket

You probably know that exercise is good for you, but do you know whether you're better off riding a bike or swimming laps in the pool?<p>Actually, if you want to get the biggest bang for your exercise buck, you should pick up a racket, new research reveals.<p>An analysis of more than 80,000 adults who …

High School Football

Researchers uncover algorithm which may solve human intelligence

If we have the algorithm, we also have the key to true artificial intelligence.<p>The key element which separates today's artificial intelligence (AI) …

Home Grown: Accidental collector with an Atocha DJ desk

November 27, 2016 In Features<p><b>Because every record collection has a story.</b><p>Home Grown is our new series profiling you lot and your excellent record …

Vinyl Records

This Museum Experience Lets You Redesign New York City

An interactive simulation game provides an introduction to urban planning at Museum of the City of New York.<p>How do you design a museum exhibit about the future? The team behind <i>New York at Its Core</i>, the first permanent exhibit to be mounted at newly renovated Museum of the City of New York, offer an …

How To Get All of the Royalties You Never Knew Existed

A 2015 Berklee College of Music report found that anywhere from 20-50% of music payments do not make it to their rightful owners. The indie …

Anyone for quantifiable VR mindfulness?

What’s the point of virtual reality? At this nascent stage the question remains hanging in the pixelated air like the promise of a better life off-world. As does the associated unknown of whether the tech’s promise of “exceptional immersion” will stand the test of time and make the leap to …

Slamdance announces lineup for second Digital, Interactive and Gaming showcase

Slamdance, a film festival supporting emerging and independent talent, announced Wednesday the lineup for its Digital, Interactive and Gaming, or DIG, Showcase. The event, running Dec. 2-10, will feature eight works from budding artists using digital media including a virtual reality music sandbox, …

Virtual Reality

Surgery training app Touch Surgery cuts deal with Johnson & Johnson

London-based app maker Touch Surgery creates a series of apps to help surgeons train ahead of complicated surgery procedures, or to familiarize themselves with new surgical tools, equipment and procedures. The company just announced it has signed a “strategic collaboration” with Johnson & Johnson …

Medical Technology

Hate Crimes Rose In 2015, With Religious Bias A Growing Motivation, FBI Data Shows

Hate crimes in 2015 were more than 6 percent more frequent than they were in 2014, with a two-thirds increase in religiously motivated attacks against Muslims.<p>The FBI's Hate Crimes Statistics, 2015 report tallied more than 5,850 hate crime incidents in 2015.<p>Most of the crimes were intimidation, …

Hate Crimes

Insulin pioneer celebrated in World Diabetes Day Google Doodle

Frederick Banting was the first physician to use insulin to treat humans.<p>Google marked World Diabetes Day on Monday with a tribute to the first physician and scientist to use insulin on humans, Frederick Banting.<p>The Doodle celebrating Banting is a simple, mustard-hued cartoon with the second "o" in …

Diabetes

Virtual reality powered by ... our minds? '10 years from now, it will seem obvious’

EyeMynd wants to create a system in which thoughts, not handsets, will control our actions in virtual reality worlds<p>Dan Cook first began exploring the commercial potential of brainwave technology 20 years ago, working with a government agency interested in developing better lie detectors and …

Virtual Reality

This school helps inexperienced programmers land jobs at Apple

Programmers are in hot demand. Tech companies are especially eager to grab talent as fast as they can find it.<p>"We're interviewing people every week," said Neha Jain, a senior software engineer with LinkedIn. "Every time we get a great idea at LinkedIn, the question is always -- who will work on …

San Francisco

U.S. Justice Department to Appeal Music Licensing Court Loss

The U.S. Justice Department will ask an appeals court to require music licensing company BMI to change how it collects royalties, the department said …

Sony Wants to Make HDR Painless—Here's How

Sony presented its system for making the transition to HDR content as painless as possible for broadcasters, with results that should have ripple …

Cinematography

Why is telehealth still not as widespread as many think it should be? Three reasons

Ensuring uniformly high-quality telehealth requires providers, technology vendors and ethicists to address and answer some big questions about the …

Digital Health

How to Make Music on Your Smartphone

I love using my phone not only to listen to music but also to create my own music using a variety of inexpensive, easy-to-use apps.<p>These tools might …