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The year is 2048. Migration to IP-V6 has just been completed. Every object in the world, including your coffee mug and the chair you’re sitting on, comprises a manycore RISC-V cluster, running Linux, with its own unique IP address. 373 more words

Artificial Intelligence

Medical Drones Will Thrive in Healthcare: A Safe Road to Health

According to my geek calendar, 2017 will be the year of the drone. These advanced versions of model airplanes or unmanned aerial vehicles are everywhere on the rise. 120 more words


Rewalk Robotics is building a “soft exoskeleton” to rehabilitate stroke patients

The Boston-based company that was first to provide robotic legs to paralyzed veterans in the U.S., Rewalk Robotics Ltd., has a new product in development that you won’t see this week at CES. 150 more words


The Brain's Registers

In the last few years, there’s been a lot of impressive work done with neural networks. One of the most interesting things I’ve seen is… 982 more words

Artificial Intelligence

80% of IT Jobs can be Replaced by Automation, and it’s ‘Exciting’

  • Computing pioneer, Vinod Khosla, envisions a future where Artificial Intelligence will take over 80 percent of IT jobs.
  • IT professionals are not the only white collar workers who Khosla sees as replaceable; they join doctors, lawyers, and accountants on the growing list.
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Revelling in STEM - a week of activity to immerse teachers and students

In our experience real tangible opportunities for teachers and students to be immersed in technology is key to enabling integration.

We have raised money to support a STEM initiative which involved a range of new gear. 24 more words


Meet the World’s First Completely Soft Robot

The “octobot” is a squishy little robot that fits in the palm of your hand and looks like something in a goody bag from a child’s birthday party. 200 more words