Songdo, South Korea began its life as tidal marshland. Now it’s leading the charge into the future of smart cities. Once home to small-scale fishing operations, Songdo comprises massive, LEED-certified buildings, an efficient garbage collection system and even an island for rabbits.
One of the major disruption of the medical industry is the 3D printing of human organs and human skin.
Coca-Cola is ditching flesh and blood creatives in favour of software algorithms in an experiment to see whether Artificial Intelligence bots have what it takes to beat their human masters.
Google’s Pixel smartphone this year was a significant reset for the company’s mobile hardware strategy – and one that earned a lot of praise from customers and critics. Good news for those who liked it: Pixel’s successor will arrive sometime in 2017, as confirmed by… Read More
So on the 17th November 2016, I have attended a great meetup, organised by 1 Day Start-up, a voluntary group aimed at delivering events that really help entrepreneurs. They make no money from any of these events and to be fair, it was my first… Read More
When talking about wearable devices, you usually expect to see a purpose-built device. That purpose is usually surrounding a specific area, whether that is fitness trackers for monitoring insights to your health, smartwatches or anything else that solves a particular issue that we face on… Read More
Pervasive and on-line water quality monitoring data is critical for detecting environmental pollution and reacting in the best possible way to avoid human health hazards.
DigitalMR, a London-based tech company that specialises in Artificial Intelligence for Customer Insights, announced today the ground-breaking results of its four-year research & development programme in the areas of sentiment & semantic analysis, emotion detection, and image theme recognition on social media.
It was a great day yesterday for Cyprus at Web Summit 2016. The disruptive cleantech Cypriot start-up SoilTron managed to be among the 3 top start-ups presenting today (12.30 GMT) for the Web Summit Pitch Battle Final. The founder Wael Al Masri, a 19 years… Read More
One problem with 360° videos is that you usually see a tripod or a hand holding the camera. One exception is the throwable Panono camera, but obviously you’re limited to how long you can keep a ball hovering. Varavon has another alternative, with a three-axis-stabilized… Read More