With restrictions easing amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s important that surfaces are kept clean to combat the spread of the virus.
Scores of leading European hospitals have denied providing data to Surgisphere, the company behind two now-retracted papers that were published in eminent journals.
…services — is ill suited to navigation needs and much of the technology is still unproven. While it has licences for substantial broadcast spectrum, the frequency is not appropriate to navigation, they…
Flying snakes are able to undulate their bodies as they glide through the air, and those unique movements allow them to take flight, scientists have found.
Artificial Intelligence (AI)-based ‘COVID surveillance’ cameras that can detect body temperature and whether a person is wearing mask will be installed at key railway stations in the State.
In a preprint paper published on Arxiv.org, researchers at Amazon, Carnegie Mellon, and the University of Texas at Austin describe X-Transformer, an approach to tuning language algorithms to the problem of returning labels from large data sets.
… Technology accused the apps collectively of breaching the privacy of Indian users and mining their data. “The compilation of these data, its mining and profiling by elements hostile to national security…
…the virus visited them. One key technology developed for the original NHSX app may be preserved, as Apple and Google consider incorporating new techniques for assessing distance between two smartphones…
Wearable-tech glove translates sign language into speech in real time: The device is inexpensive, flexible and highly durable
The device then turns the finger movements into electrical signals, which are sent to a dollar-coin-sized circuit board worn on the wrist.
Today’s virtual reality headsets are universally big — closer to goggles than glasses, and even then, larger and heavier than modern ski goggles.