Artificial Intelligence is stupider than you think [Video]

With the sort of technology we're surrounded by these days, you'd think man has really progressed in the branch of Artificial Intelligence (AI), right?...

Google now ventures into life extending territory, announces Calico

Google is known to take on bizarre projects now and again. So if you’ve heard of Loon before, the company’s latest venture named Calico,...

MIT scientists develop ‘intelligent co-pilot’ safety system for cars

Mechanical engineers at MIT have developed a new safety system for cars, dubbed the 'intelligent co-pilot,' to cut down on accidents and injury resulting...

MIT shows off fog-resistant, self-cleaning, glare-free glass

The MIT fog-resistant, self-cleaning and anti-glare glass technology literally has the capability to change the way we look at optics, displays and more. That’s...

DARPA robot prototype to do the weightlifting for marines and soldiers

The Legged Squad Support System or LS3, is the latest DARPA robot prototype that’s built to provide marines and soldiers some much-needed assistance when...

8″ Canon CMOS sensor in Schimdt telescope records space at 60fps

Back in January this year, an 8” Canon CMOS sensor found its way to the Schimdt telescope at the University of Tokyo's Kiso Observatory,...

Jawbone UP, a wristband to keep fitness on the right track

With people constantly becoming health conscious, Jawbone unveils UP, a wristband shaped device to monitor a person’s daily activities. The rise of illnesses and...

Study: Laptops to be recharged by simple typing in the future?

We’d be building a tall story if we said that battery life was among the least of our concerns because it is in fact...

Deep Shot uses camera for transferring data to phone and vice-versa

It’s habitual for some of us to have our phone and PCs connected to each other for long as we transfer data to and...

Medical implants vulnerable to attack, MIT and UMass have a solution

Not many may have thought of how Implantable Medical Devices (IMD) can function as a devious method of assassination. We know we haven’t. MIT...

MIT gives glasses-free 3D technology a fresh breath, calls it HR3D

Ditching the regular 3D glasses for chic designer ones is obviously not everybody’s cup of tea. The Nintendo 3DS may have brought new hope...

PaperPhone answer to flexible smartphones and slates of the future

If Sony’s rollable OLED display had everyone gaping at its contortionist skills, that’s nothing to what this next flexible technology can do. A development...

University of Cincinnati: Disposable e-Readers may soon be a reality

Saving the environment seems to be top-priority these days. As an increasing number of individuals making use of an e-reader with their morning cup...

Researchers reveal means to integrate smart sensors straight on computer chips

There’s hardly a manufacturer who hasn’t knocked on the greener side of devices in recent times. Adding to this space is a new research...

Helen, Mitox Oy and There collaborate for energy efficient solutions

Greenathon-ers have probably been pushing their efforts to keep energy usage to a minimum so hard that manufacturers are only bound by duty to...

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