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AI giving thieves a helping hand…

Watermarking has been used to identify images for quite a long time. Visible watermarking is used to “brand” an image so that if it gets used without the owner permission, and the owners finds out, he has the possibility of complaining. The “visibility part”, that is a logo or text …

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A digital camera needing Industry 4.0

I just read a review of L16, the digital camera that according to its producer would have been a game changer. I have the L16 under my sight since it was announced, back in 2015. The producer, Light, claimed, and they still do, to have a game changer in the …

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Robots are learning to foresee the future

Although we may seldom realise it, whenever we are mulling over a decision we are actually imagining what would be the consequences of our action, and some time we do this visually, like seeing with our mind’s eye the movement of an object and its path leading to hitting another …

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Ever wished you were there in Summertime?

Did you ever wish to take a photo of a place in a different season or in a different weather? It happened to me several times. Well, get ready for your wish to be granted: Nvidia researchers have created an Artificial Intelligence based software that can take an image, or …

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From Smart to Intelligent Cities – Part III

Citizens are “autonomous systems” and the question, or if you want the “challenge”, is how can a city planner leverage on these autonomous systems to create an intelligent symbiotic organisms where intelligence emerges as result of its components interactions? Notice that even though citizens are (at least sometimes) showing an …

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From Smart to Intelligent Cities – Part II

OK, so we can expect a smart city to become more and more “imbibed” with IoTs, hundreds of millions of them connected through a nervous infrastructure supported by a ubiquitous communications fabric (5G) with plenty of software that makes sense of data and orchestrate the response of the city, seen …

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From Smart to Intelligent Cities

Smart is being able to make the most out of a situation, leveraging on what can be available. Intelligent means the capability to look ahead and make “conscious” decisions now, taking into account their impact on a longer term. Most animals are very smart, only a few, including (sometimes) humans …

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Transportation leveraging on 5G

Most road transportation today is using wireless communications, both for its operation as well as offering connectivity, entertainment and information services to “passengers”. As important if not even more the use of wireless in tracking goods enabling continuous monitoring and effectiveness in the logistics value chains. In the coming years, …

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