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Lights and Shadows of Covid-19 on Digital Transformation – XVI

Supply and delivery chains are possibly some of the most complex and successful achievement of modern society. The computerisation of their management has made possible an unbelievable effectiveness. With quite a bit of simplification (over-simplification possibly) we can recognise these stages: Innovation and streamlining of transportation Creation of warehouses and …

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Moving your fingers in the cyberspace

Sony researchers were due to present a paper at CHI 2020,  scheduled at the end of April in Honolulu, Hawaii, but because of the epidemic the conference was cancelled. Their paper, however, is available. And it is a paper worth reading. The title, “Evaluation of Machine Learning Techniques for hand …

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Hacking your dreams

Just few days ago I was wishing Happy Birthday to a friend of mine turning 70 and I told him that a back of the envelope calculation indicated that he spent some 23 years sleeping, wasting a tremendous amount of time. Now I stumbled onto this news reporting on a …

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It hurts! Said the robot…

Researcher at the Osaka University are exploring artificial pain nervous systems to equip robots with a skin (and software) that would be able to pick up touch sensations and convert them into sensation of pain if the touch is too hard, similarly to what happen to a person. Their goal …

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