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China uses facial recognition to monitor ‘suspects’ in peripheral region

China has already announced that it intends to use face recognition systems on public road cameras. But a report revealed that the country began to test this technology in peripheral regions where the ethnic and religious minorities of China are concentrated. According to information obtained by Bloomberg, the program has ...

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Seagate announces technology that can double the speed of HD

The hard drives have been pushed into the background with the spread of SSDs, but Seagate has announced a technology that can make hard drives more attractive. Dubbed Multi Actuator, the idea can make this type of storage reach double the current speed. The novelty tends to be very useful ...

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Flying taxis should start operating by 2020, says Volocopter

The Volocopter company, which is developing electric flying cars, believes its flying taxi service should start operating before 2020, according to TechCrunch. “We believe that in two or three years we will have the first commercial applications somewhere in the world with our service,” said co-founder and CIO Alex Zosel. ...

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Ex-Google wants to create a robot-god

In September of this year, Wired discovered that Anthony Levandowski, the man involved in a judicial imbroglio between Google and Uber, was trying to create a church that has a divine figure as artificial intelligence. Now they have been able to interview Levandowski about the initiative – and it seems ...

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International Space Station will win new printer after 17 years

The International Space Station (ISS) will switch printers for the first time in 17 years. HP will ship a new printer so astronauts can continue to print their things in space. ISS workers often use an Epson printer to print things like emergency books, inventory trails, timelines, letters, and photos. ...

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Technology festival is deploying microchips instead of using tickets

For a long time the implantation of microchips in humans was something related to biohackers. However, the idea is becoming so common that a technology festival has decided to trade the traditional paper tickets for microchips. As The Next Web reports, Pause Fest, which will be held in Melbourne, Australia, ...

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Researchers create conductive tissue that allows data to be stored in clothing

Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a method that allows clothing and fabrics to be used to store data and interact with electronic devices without the need for batteries or circuits. The method consists of using a conductive fabric in the clothes; this tissue can be magnetized and ...

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Artificial intelligence manages to increase image resolution

In general, it is difficult to improve the quality of photos at low resolution. But scientists have figured out a way to create high-resolution versions of low-quality photos using artificial intelligence. According to information from The Next Web, researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems in Germany use ...

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Ford uses ‘butt’ robot to test the durability of car seats

Robots are gaining space in the most different, and even strange, activities. In a video posted on YouTube, Ford demonstrated a machine made specifically to test the durability of the car’s seats. The device is also able to check the comfort of the armchair, replacing the human workforce. Dubbed “Robutt,” ...

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Emissora will use artificial intelligence to set up its programming grid

The BBC announced yesterday a partnership of its research and development team with academics from several British universities who will conduct experiments mixing artificial intelligence and channel programming. The project is divided into four segments. The first aims to understand who is and what the BBC wants, while the second ...

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