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Robotics and AI for weeding

Possibly the biggest impact of the Industrial Revolution has been on … agriculture. By using machines for farming it made possible to increase productivity 100 folds (both in terms of yield per acre and much more in terms of human work to till, farm, harvest the field). The employment in …

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How could AI be so stupid?

There have been a (limited) number of accident involving Tesla cars caused by the inability of the autopilot to become aware of the actual situation. A car slammed onto a tractor-trailer, failing to recognise what it was, another hitting a truck blocking an highway after capsizing (see the picture or …

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A glass cockpit in your car

The recent announcement of the Mercedes Hyperscreen creates, as they say (watch the clip) a Wow factor. Indeed, the screen covers the whole dashboard, door to door -141 cm-, in front of the driver and the front passenger. It is curved and shaped to fit the dashboard, quite different from …

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Post-Pandemic Scenarios – XIV – TeleHealth

Tele-Health The pandemic has accelerated the adoption of tele-health in many Countries. In the US, according to Fair Health, the usage of tele-health has increased over 4,300% between March 2019 and March 2020. Medicare and Medicaid have added over 80 services in 2020 to be delivered remotely and have set …

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Sutures that heal and monitor

Sutures have been used for thousands of years by all civilisation. We have testimony of sutures using vegetable fibres, even sutures using the claws of some type of insects. Of course, modern medicine is no longer using these “natural” materials having been able to leverage on much better materials created …

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