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The near Future of Augmented Reality – V

5. AR augmented by Artificial Intelligence Connecting AR ro AI (and the other way round) is a no brainer. AI (and Machine Learning) are becoming basic tools in exploring the huge data sets that are available and connecting them. The emerging information can be made visible, and graspable, by using …

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Brain click might be closer than we think

In an article that has been published on Nature Communications, a team of Facebook researchers working on Brain Computer Interfaces has reported on results achieved in decoding brain signals leading to the identification of spoken words. Patients being prepared for epilepsy surgery had several electrode implanted on the cortex. The …

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AI is becoming a marketing word and it’s a pity -III

The impressive evolution of artificial intelligence, evaluated in terms of areas of application and of its increasing “smartness”, is,  mostly, the result of an increased  processing power and an increased access to data. This represents, as previously mentioned, a departure from the idea of finding the key to intelligence in …

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Using AI to detect animals eyes

Nature has evolved an impressive variety of eyes, not just in shape but also in characteristics. You may want to take a look at this wonderful article, from where I extracted the photos of a variety of eyes, to “see” what animals can “see”. I found it an amazing and …

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2019 Tech Trends II

Following on yesterday’s post on 2019 top tech trends let’s look at the remaining 5 technologies that are expected to have broad dissemination and high impact in 2019: Active security protection – the person that invented the ship also invented the shipwreck and the castaway. This is a truth that applies …

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