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France is building Europe’s first hyperloop test track

France is building Europe’s first hyperloop test track. The hyperloop is a giant tube with very low air pressure reducing friction so capsules can travel along at very high speeds while magnetic levitation. Target speeds: more than 1000 km per […]

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The Internet of Light: Why LiFi May Replace WiFi

Forget WiFi: LiFi is the next phase of wireless Internet! WiFi revolutionized the way we connect to the internet, but it has many drawbacks. An emerging technology dubed ‘lifi’ offer a potentially game-changing alternative. LiFi utilizes the broad spectrum of […]

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Flyin Robots Playing Music: Not Really Convincing… Yet

Famous Zarathustra music (by German composer Richard Strauss) played using flying robots. Well, well… Nice try and amusing performance for sure, but robots can surely do better. As far as good music is concerned, there’s still a long way before […]

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AI Senses People Through Walls

RF-Pose uses deep learning to teach wireless devices to sense the pose of a person, even if the person is on the other side of a wall. Only wireless signals are used. The live video is just for illustration. A […]

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Best Three Robots You May Want to Buy in A Near Future

Introducing Alpha 2, a humanoid robot and a great tutor for the whole family: with 20 joints replicate human movement, it’s as flexible as a yogi. Pillo, a health care companion, will remind you of the pills you need […]

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What does a data analyst actually do?

Dave Elkington, CEO of InsideSales.com, explains the role of a data analyst, and why cleaning up data sets takes up the vast majority of a data analyst job. Algorithms and computer science play a minor role. 70 to 80% of […]

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A Chef in Your Kitchen!

Moley Robotics is developing robotic arms that can cook recipes the way the chef intended. Using motion-capture technology, the Moley Kitchen can mimic the movements of famous chefs, allowing users to download recipes the same way you download music. Would […]

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A Flying Car That Won’t Need any License to Fly

This is Larry Page’s latest project: a flying car that doesn’t need a license to fly. Kitty Hawk Flyer is a lightweight and joystick-operated flying car that can fly up to 10 ft in the air with a top speed […]

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Another Cooking Robot

Back in 2009, at a Food Japan Show, a robot was already able to cook some pancakes. Robotwiki, a robot system integrator, demonstrated a robot that makes pancakes while communicating with people. Motoman, a robot with fifteen joints in its […]

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Robots Fails

When we talk about robots, we instinctly think of them as perfect machines, imitating human behavior. But sometimes, we see videos like this one, telling us about the many repeated attempts until success. No, robots are far from being perfect. […]

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