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    The impending user interface is Brain Controlled

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    Even before touchscreens became a household necessity, we used to operate our computers and phones using keypads. Input methods for computing devices changed from primitive keypads to sophisticated touchscreens. But, now, even these seem to take a backseat to make room for new methods. Companies are now working towards hacking the human mind and using the brain data to perform […]

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    The future of intelligence – Transforming Industry through AR

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    Augmented Reality (AR) has been in vogue for the last couple of years. You may be surprised to know that it is not a new wave. AR’s history goes back to last two decades of 20th century, but its evolution is entering into an interesting space – Industrial AR. People generally perceive AR as just an overlay of digital objects […]

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    Face Recognition for Digitized Security

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    Our digital lives are stored on our smartphones, and we have flooded our smartphones with GBs of personal information. Managing and protecting information from others has become a challenge and at the same time making it accessible to us personally has become difficult. Fingerprint sensing is one such technology that was developed to cater to this challenge of providing security. […]

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    Bend & Stretch your Touchscreen

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    The future is flexible; rolling up our devices like newspapers and wallpapering rooms with flexible displays will no longer be a reverie. Large devices ranging from a play-station to scientific research equipment will occupy considerably smaller areas and will be highly portable. Scientists will be able to just fold their equipment and take it to a desired location of research. […]

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    Cloning: Breakthrough technology in Genetic Engineering

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    From frogs to sheep and probably even ourselves, humans can clone just about anything. The prospect of cloning humans is highly controversial, and it raises a number of ethical, legal, and social challenges that need to be considered. But, the question is can cloning increase the survival rate of mankind? 20 years ago, Scottish researchers cloned the first mammal, Dolly […]

Status update: Facebook @ Moon

4G-LTE network is all set to take a giant leap for mankind as the Moon will get its first-ever high-speed communication network next year. The project is no mean feat, what with majors in the telecom, automobile, and space research industries joining hands for this mammoth task… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/network-astronomy-planet-space-3152677/) […]

EU Trademark Regulations – Unconventional Trademarks

On October 1, 2017, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) announced major amendments to EU trademark regulations. One of the talking points and the most awaited feature was the ability to register unconventional trademarks. Now, what exactly is an unconventional trademark? Trademark is the face … (Featured image source is for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from http://alphastockimages.com/) *** […]

Babysitting Robots Could Solve Nanny Woes

Babysitting in nuclear families is becoming a challenge the world over. High daycare expenses and finding reliable nannies has become a bone of contention. In situations like these, parents in Japan and China are beginning to rely on technology for baby support with babysitting robots becoming a more feasible… (Featured image is for representational purpose and has been sourced from https://pxhere.com/en/photo/494502) *** […]

Cluster Analysis Will Power Up Cognitive Computing

In the first of this two-part series on Cluster Analysis, our blogger discussed how Cluster Analysis can help tackle issues of cyber-attacks and malware better and more. n this article, we will analyze patent filing trend and identify segments where cluster analysis is applicable. With data… (Featured image source is for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/artificial-intelligence-507813/) *** […]

Eat Water Bubbles to Quench your Thirst

You might have slurped water. You might have gulped it. And you definitely will have sipped it. But have you ever eaten it? In an effort to bid adieu to the use of plastic bottles and glasses used for water and other juices, Skipping Rocks Lab, a sustainable… (Featured image is for representational purpose and has been sourced from https://www.pexels.com/photo/person-holding-clear-glass-decor-907518/) *** […]

Cluster Analysis will bolster Cyber Security in Big Data

In the first of this two-part series, our blogger shares interesting insights in Cluster Analysis, and advancements that are powering this technology to handle Big Data with ease. Understand all about the technology’s growth, how Cluster Analysis can help tackleissues of cyber-attacks and malware better and more.Machine learning is … (Featured image is for representational purpose and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/hacker-attack-mask-internet-1872291/) *** […]

PenTile Technology – The Cornerstone of OLED Technology

OLED has become a major display technology trend and it continues to gain traction in high-end display products. The active use of OLEDs kickstarted around 2008 when Nokia released the world’s first OLED phone – the N85. OLED was soon adopted by other players. The following… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/tablet-smartphone-laptop-hard-drive-626093/) *** […]

Biobots – Revolutionizing Robotics

Robots are no more just wires and metal. Living cells are making their way into creating biohybrid robots. A research team from Georgia Institute of Technology led by Steve Potter has been experimenting with a combination of neuron cells from a rodent and a robotic body to…  (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/scorpio-arachnid-gliederf%C3%BCsser-2878338/) *** […]

Untangling Wireless Charging

Wireless charging brings in flexibility and more possibilities for digital displays in this digital signage world. More and more products are designed to run on rechargeable batteries to keep pace with the fast-moving and evolving trends. Wireless charging is likely to become a… (Featured image is for representational purpose. This image was originally posted to Flickr by piviso_com at https://flickr.com/photos/140977425@N05/32379229074) *** […]

Forget the Cloud, Store Photos & Videos in Bacteria

Exploring new horizons of CRISPR application, researchers at Harvard Medical School successfully stored a short video in the DNA of bacteria and later retrieved it successfully. It is the first time a video has been recorded in living cells. In 2016, a team at the Wyss Institute… (Featured image is for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/mirahorian/1856445773) *** […]