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Wednesday 22 nd October 2014

Ryan Hait-Campbell says his San Francisco company's invention is really about jobs. Deaf people like himself, explains the MotionSavvy CEO, are too often shunted into positions that don't require talking to anyone--washing dishes, fishing or other solitary vocations that often have low wages, little opportunity for advancement and no need for an employer to hire an interpreter.

TIME >> Tech


Wednesday 22 nd October 2014

A good technology demonstration so wows you with what the product can do that you might forget to ask about what it can't. Case in point: Google's self-driving car.

Slate - Articles


Tuesday 21 st October 2014

Written by Salim Ismail and co-authored by Yuri van Geest and Michael S. Malone with support from Peter Diamandis and SU faculty, the book is both a how-to manual and a compelling look at the future of enterprises.


Tuesday 21 st October 2014
Researchers have advanced the field of affective computing -- the creation of computer systems that recognize, express and process human emotions -- by proposing a new way to recognize emotion in text. Their development has significant potential for business applications.


Tuesday 21 st October 2014

Self-driving vehicles will make the driver redundant, but long before that, smarter cars may leave the driver thinking about other things. Ford is already studying that problem, anticipating an evolution toward autonomous cars that will take a lot longer than projects by the likes of Google may suggest.

PCWorld


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