3 Ways To Embrace Digitization To Improve Productivity

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  Shutterstock Going back to Economics 101, productivity is the stimulus that our economy needs. When productivity increases, wages and standards of living follow suit, causing the demand for goods and services to increase along with them. In a world where technology advances on a daily basis could we really be seeing a decline in … Continue reading 3 Ways To Embrace Digitization To Improve Productivity

Top 15 productivity apps for Android and iOS

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Both Android and iOS app stores boast of million of apps across categories like games, entertainment, news, productivity and more. One of the favourite among these are productivity apps. These are the apps that help declutter our inbox, keep track of our schedules and to-do lists as well as get our work done on the … Continue reading Top 15 productivity apps for Android and iOS

Apple’s 2018 iPhone Could Have Significant Design Changes – Forbes

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Apple's new iPhone X. Photo by Hitoshi Yamada/NurPhoto via Getty Images Apple could be working on a new feature for an upcoming low-cost iPhone later this year, according to a new report. Famed analyst and Apple forecaster, Ming-Chi Kuo, from KGI securities (via MacRumors) has issued an investor's note predicting that Apple will launch a … Continue reading Apple’s 2018 iPhone Could Have Significant Design Changes – Forbes

IBM’s new AI toolbox puts your deep learning network to the test

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IBM today announced the launch of its Adversarial Robustness Toolbox for AI developers. The open-source kit contains everything a machine learning programmer needs to attack their own deep learning neural networks (DNN) to ensure they’re able to withstand real-world conditions. The toolbox comes in the form of a code library which includes attack agents, defense … Continue reading IBM’s new AI toolbox puts your deep learning network to the test

How quantum computing could wreak havoc on cryptocurrency

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Quantum computing is promising to be one of the biggest technological revolutions of the modern era. By harnessing the power of quantum mechanics, machines will be able to achieve data processing of speed and complexity unattainable with current computers. Traditional computers are based on a binary model on a system of switches that can be … Continue reading How quantum computing could wreak havoc on cryptocurrency

Nikola Tesla predicted the smartphone in 1926

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In an interview published in Collier’s magazine in 1926, Nikola Tesla, then in the twilight of his career, made some predictions about the future that included electric airplane flights “from New York to Europe in a few hours”, more frequent earthquakes, and temperate zones becoming cooler or warmer. He predicted that we would be communicating … Continue reading Nikola Tesla predicted the smartphone in 1926

Constructing the Future: 13 Recent Advances in Robotic Building Technology

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The buildings and infrastructure of the not-so-distant future might look like they were dropped here from an alien planet thanks to the complex geometries and curvaceous surfaces robotic building technologies are able to produce. 3D printing in metal and concrete are among the biggest breakthroughs, but robots can also set building materials like bricks into place … Continue reading Constructing the Future: 13 Recent Advances in Robotic Building Technology

Google is officially testing ?more results? button to load more search results

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Kashin / Shutterstock.com Google is officially testing a “more results” button in the mobile search results interface. Instead of having to click to the next page of the Google search results, a searcher can click the “more results” button, and additional search results will load below the current results. We were able to replicate this … Continue reading Google is officially testing ?more results? button to load more search results

Craft CMS 3.0 Released & Commerce 2.0 Beta

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Design and develop exactly what you need. Craft doesn’t make any assumptions about your content, or how it will be presented, so developers can spend their time building exactly what they need, rather than fighting with a pre-built theme. Customize your content Create custom content models with sections and custom fields. Front-end freedom Design and build your own … Continue reading Craft CMS 3.0 Released & Commerce 2.0 Beta

MIT’s alterego headset can hear and transcribe the voice in your head

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alterego is a AI intelligent headset developed by MIT media lab that picks up on neuromuscular signals that trigger when you subvocalize – that’s talking in your head in layman’s terms. the system consists of a wearable device and an associated computing system that can transcribe words that the user verbalizes internally but does not speak … Continue reading MIT’s alterego headset can hear and transcribe the voice in your head

Seriously Bright & Colorful Website Designs

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With tens of thousands of websites launching online every day, the need to stand out has never been more important. From a visual standpoint, web designers have most recently been enhancing their website designs through the use of bright colors and graphics. It is important that this is done carefully and with precision, since the … Continue reading Seriously Bright & Colorful Website Designs

The Algorithmic Beauty of Dimitris Ladopoulos Portraits

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Project Name Portraits Posted in Art Detailed Information Project Name Portraits Posted in Art Art and technology has always had a contentious relationship, from the invention of the photographic camera, to video recorders, to computers, artists have both passionately appropriated and decried technological advancements. For Greek visual designer and art director Dimitris Ladopoulos, who has … Continue reading The Algorithmic Beauty of Dimitris Ladopoulos Portraits

Google makes its Salone del Mobile debut with installation on technology and everyday life

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Google is making its Salone del Mobile debut, intertwining hardware with soft intuition in an immersive multi-room installation curated by Dutch trend forecaster Lidewij Edelkoort inside the multiple rooms of Rossana Orlandi’s gallery. Two years ago, Google launched its first range of hardware products, Made by Google. The second suite of products were then released … Continue reading Google makes its Salone del Mobile debut with installation on technology and everyday life

How to Run Multiple Instances of a Windows Program

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Running multiple instances of programs and files surely boosts productivity. However, many programs won’t allow you to open more than one window and give an error or open the active window when you try to run them twice. Thankfully, there are some workarounds to bypass this limitation depending on what type of program you are … Continue reading How to Run Multiple Instances of a Windows Program

VR Has A Harassment Problem

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Virtual reality has a host of problems that have stopped it from becoming a mass form of entertainment. Besides the fact that it’s far too expensive and there’s not enough must-view content, the user experience requires that you go it alone, putting on a headset and shutting off the rest of the world. An emerging … Continue reading VR Has A Harassment Problem

Carlo Ratti’s scribing robot turns walls into “digital content canvases”

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Italian architect Carlo Ratti has created an internet-connected writing robot that is able to draw and erase images on any surface. The small Scribit robot allows users to personalise their walls with digital artworks. It will be unveiled at this year's Milan design week, taking place from 16 to 25 April 2018. Requiring just two … Continue reading Carlo Ratti’s scribing robot turns walls into “digital content canvases”

Manage your projects better with Aeon Timeline 2

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It can be a real challenge to balance a whole team trying to get a project done. Without proper management, important tasks can fall through before you ever get to them. Keep your plans on schedule and get things done ahead of schedule with Aeon Timeline 2, on sale for just $19.99 (approx. £14). One … Continue reading Manage your projects better with Aeon Timeline 2

UK webmasters prepare for #Brexit, the EU is coming for your .eu domains

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The European Commission announced that UK based companies and residents that own .EU ccTLDs will have to surrender those domain names after Brexit. The notice reads: As of the withdrawal date, undertakings and organisations that are established in the United Kingdom but not in the EU, and natural persons who reside in the United Kingdom … Continue reading UK webmasters prepare for #Brexit, the EU is coming for your .eu domains

Augmented Reality for All

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Swift Creatives looks to take full ownership of the augmented reality space with the development of 4 distinct products and applications for everyday use. The common denominator across all the designs is integration into gear already being used in each scenario. Whether it’s in the lab or on the Tour de France, there’s a wearable … Continue reading Augmented Reality for All

AI can make photos fake in a way that Photoshop never could. And it may take all of us by surprise.

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Do you remember when you first found "sharpening" in your photo editing tools? I do. Along with "saturation" it enabled me to make all my photos snap and pop in a way that was vicariously satisfying then. Looking at them now they have the same hallucinogenic presence to them that we would go to great … Continue reading AI can make photos fake in a way that Photoshop never could. And it may take all of us by surprise.