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Jumping at New Opportunities Thanks to a Fiber & WiFi Backbone

“What we did is a JumpStart Challenge. We gave people six weeks to figure out a new business and then we did a sponsorship and a little competition,” explains Allo Communications‘ Brad Moline. Moline, president & CEO of Allo, is describing the contest that solicited community input for how to utilize their gigabit fiber and […]

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A Digital Talent Multiplier #CES2020

Will the power of digital change the world of video creation yet again? Hour One with its Character OS could disrupt the world of short video creation. Focusing on business applications, Hour One promises businesses hassle-free video creation. Hour One uses real-life actors, which they supply or the business can bring, as the basis for […]

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Real-Life Touch Up #CES2020

There is an old story about a young woman who was the perfect beauty, except she had one imperfection; a mole. If she had Opte, she would have been able to literally print a pigment over the mole and cover it up (until she washed her face at night). Thomas Rabe, the inventor of Opteskin, […]

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The Virtual Referee Assistant #CES2020

Will the referee of the future be a robot? One has to ask that question after seeing ST37 Sport Et Technologie’s cameras effectively serve as a referee. Founded by a fencing champion, their product, Mia, offers the opportunity to assist and improve the judgment of existing referees. Mia combines a camera, edge processing, artificial intelligence, […]

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The Accessible MRI – #CES2020

The capital costs associated with purchasing and preparing a site for an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) machine have limited the availability of this health diagnostic device. This is an issue in rural areas where the population density doesn’t justify the cost. Even, in urban hospitals, the demands and location of an emergency room relative to […]

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More Efficient AV Brains & More #CES2019

A hardware solution that allows Artificial Intelligence algorithms to run more efficiently is what Thinci promises with its Graph Stream Processing (GSP) computing architecture. Shawn Holiday, Thinci’s Senior Director of Product Marketing, explains that Thinci’s founders, who are veteran GPU designers, devised a new approach to graphics processing; one that reduces the need for memory […]

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The Eye as a Window Into Health and Well-Being #CES2018

Low-cost identification of health issues, whether concussions, developmental issues or debilitating diseases is a huge challenge, particularly in rural areas where specialists are often not available. Enter Righteye with its solution that includes eye-tracking technology powered by Tobii. At CES2018, RightEye demonstrated their solution, which utilizes machine learning that studies their datasets to help identify […]

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An Arm-Centric Approach to Automation #RoboBusiness

An automation ecosystem built around a robotic arm is what Universal Robots demonstrated at RoboBusiness 2017. In the above interview, Universal Robots’ Craig Tomita explains, that by focusing on the arm and the integration of third-party accessories, the creation of custom robots for specific tasks is relatively easy. Tomita explains, “Our robots are used in […]

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Mr. Roboto Ready for Business

Robots as a tool to help humans be more productive was a common theme of the 2017 ROBOBusiness Conference held in Santa Clara. In the above interview, Steve Crowe, Managing Editor for Robotic Trends, discusses the panel he moderated, which featured leaders from DHL, GE, Intel and NASA, and how machine and deep learning are […]

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Learning Machine Learning By Playing a Game

Using a contest to learn how to help a machine learn is at the heart of a course, Deep Learning for Self-Driving Cars, that Lex Fridman conceived of for MIT students.  As Fridman says, the point of the course is to “make deep learning accessible to beginners.” The resources and lectures are available for all, […]

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