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    Hyperloop through vacuum at the speed of an airplane on Earth

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    Reading Time: 3 minutes Hyperloop is one of the most ambitious transportation systems of the future where a capsule carries passenger inside a vacuum tube along a magnetic levitated track. With air friction and surface friction negated in this transportation system, the hyperloop is likely to become the most efficient mode of transportation we can envision in the near future. How does a Hyperloop […]

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    Bits of Quantum Computing

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    Reading Time: 4 minutes In 1971, Intel introduced the first 4-bit microprocessor which composed of 2,300 transistors which solved the problem of computers being available commercially. The 1980s bought exponential advancement in microprocessors which made computers available for the public and led to the start of many powerful companies such as Apple, Microsoft, etc. Now, we have computers in the garb of smartphones and […]

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    CIMON: World’s first AI robot in Space

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    Reading Time: 4 minutes “You cannot create new science unless you realize where the old science leaves off and new science begins, and science fiction forces us to confront this.”                                                                     […]

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    A marriage of the human brain & computer

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    Reading Time: 3 minutes For over a thousand years, human brains have remained the same – same as that of a cave person. But the world around us has completely changed. In recent times, we have begun changing our brain with technology. I don’t mean it to metamorphose, but rather create a direct connect between the human brain and machines. Brain Computer Interface (BCI) […]

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    Simple Sensors that bid you Safe Travel

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    Reading Time: 3 minutes With increasing dependence on cars in our day to day life, it becomes quite vital to ensure the safety of the driver and passengers. In a move towards this safety, automobile manufacturers have shifted their focus to secure their product (read vehicles) with multiple features that can help avoid accidents owing to negligence of riders. These features are easy to […]

5G: Charioteer for Connected Cars

Reading Time: 2 minutes The connected car has turned into a definitive IoT driver through vehicle-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-framework (V2X) correspondences. Connected cars interface with various vehicles gaining ground toward exchanging data, preparing drivers for potential crashes and bottlenecks. Connected car utilize gigantic proportions of data. It is said that in just an hour, connected cars in a network exchange double digit GBs of […]

Blockchain: A tunnel to WEB 3.0

Reading Time: 2 minutes The World Wide Web also called the WWW and the Web 1.0, was launched back in August 1991. It was a collection of static web-pages with a heap of data and information but had no user-interactive content. Technology evolution introduced Web 2.0 in 1999 developed by Darcy DiNucci. Web 2.0 wasn’t tied in with watching information any longer, but it […]

Future of Mobile Phone Cases

Reading Time: 4 minutes Mobile phone covers are no more the fancy dressing they used to be. These are now ubiquitous objects that are subject to thorough R&D to improve their features such as safety and durability, especially if they can protect the phone during a fall. From safety to make utility easier for the user, mobile cases are playing an important part. The […]

Most Iconic Patent Judgments of 2018

Reading Time: 3 minutes 2018 witnessed some of the most impactful IP moments that changed the patent landscape of the United States of America. In this blog post, I discuss the most iconic IP judgments which will shape the future of our perspective of patent litigation. Berkheimer v. HP Inc. On February 8, 2018, in a landmark judgement for Berkheimer vs. HP Inc., the […]

Launch Controls: Achieving the perfect throttle

Reading Time: 4 minutes The vrooming sound, the tense creases on the forehead and that one leap with absolute control with which a Forumla1 racer begins the race. The adrenalin starts skyrocketing with just the vrooming noise. But have ever wondered what kind of Launch Control mechanism makes the driver stay in such strong control of the vehicle? Wonder if you can own one […]

Housing Industry set to Turn Turtle

Reading Time: 4 minutes Imagine shifting to some place not just with your luggage, but your entire house. Well, actually, it would rather mean shifting your house in whole rather than just moving from one house to another. Doesn’t that sound quixotic? A UK-based company has developed a technology of foldable structures which is about to revolutionize the construction industry. The domain of structures […]

Growing confidence in Template-free CRISPR-induced gene editing

Reading Time: 4 minutes Genes possess the natural mechanism to repair a broken DNA sequence. However, this repair was conventionally believed to be unpredictable, erroneous and random. Traditionally, gene editing techniques were aimed at replacing a segment of the genetic sequence with a template sequence to achieve the desired genetic modification… (Featured image is for representative purpose only and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/sculpture-chakra-figure-art-metal-2655931/) *** […]

Semiconductor Process/Device Structure Inventions – to patent or to keep it a trade secret?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Semiconductor patents, especially those related to process or device structure technology, are not easy to enforce or monetize. Does this mean companies will be better of terming such inventions as trade secrets? Patents, by nature, are in the public domain, though they can be legally enforced… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been created by iRunway) *** […]

Exploring proxemics for Human-Drone Interaction

Reading Time: 4 minutes The development of drone-based technology and solutions has witnessed an increase over the past few years. The impact of drone technology can be seen in areas such as defense, disaster control, entertainment, product delivery, agriculture, photography, weather forecasting and many more. According to the World Intellectual Property Office… (Featured image is for representative purpose only and has been sourced from https://www.maxpixel.net/People-Drone-Nature-Willy-Mountains-Hand-Desktop-3415931) […]

Passenger Drones Edge Closer to Reality

Reading Time: 4 minutes In the last two decades, the number of passengers and commercial vehicles has risen dramatically. Between 2006 and 2015, the CAGR of vehicles on roads was recorded at 4.7%, while the number of roads hardly changes. This increase in vehicles has also witnessed an increase in… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://www.maxpixel.net/Drones-Quadrocopter-Nature-Drone-Camera-Rotors-2878025)   *** […]

Artificial Intelligence in Diagnosing Diseases

Reading Time: 7 minutes It was only a fortnight ago when artificial intelligence (AI) proved to diagnose skin cancer with more accuracy than a human doctor. This is just the tip of a massive iceberg, where AI is gearing up to become a strong tool in diagnosis, aiding better healthcare. From breath… (Featured image is for representational purpose and has been sourced from https://www.flickr.com/photos/brother-uk/31501281374) *** […]

Is the digital assistant automating your Life?

Reading Time: 5 minutes Voice-enacted innovation started with IBM’s Audrey in the 1950s. It was sufficiently developed for the times, tailored for the U.S. Bureau of Defense in the 1970s, and developed its vocabulary in the 1980s. While it was lesser known then, today we know advanced cousins of it… Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from (https://www.pexels.com/photo/round-grey-speaker-on-brown-board-1072851/) *** […]

4D Printed Furniture Can Change Shape As You Like

Reading Time: 3 minutes Imagine buying a furniture from an Ikea store and watch it assemble all by itself! This the future of 3D printing with a ‘D’. While researchers are yet to fully utilize the potential of 3D printing technology, they are inventing novice applications and manufacturing 3D printers… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:4d_printing_-_Mobile.gif) *** […]

Disney and Universal Studios goes the AR/VR Way

Reading Time: 5 minutes If there is one place that can make science seem like fantasy even to the most logical mind, that’s a theme park. Technologies power theme park attractions and make the experience appear seamless, and these are further powered by a large number of patents. From Disney to… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from http://www.167aw.ang.af.mil/News/Photos/igphoto/2001597625/) *** […]

Robotic Bees to Revolutionize Home & Crop Management, Fly to Mars

Reading Time: 5 minutes Do you remember escaping the possible sting of a bee buzzing around your face? You must have observed the lift, pick, swim, dip, swirl and drop of a bee. Today, technologists and researchers from across leading universities and companies have created ornithopter robotic bees that are remotely… (Featured image is intended for representational purpose alone and has been sourced from https://pixabay.com/en/bee-abstract-insect-nature-honey-2984342/) *** […]