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Understanding Deepfakes: A Simple Guide for Kids and Parents
Imagine watching a video where your favorite superhero says something funny or strange. What if I told you that it wasn't the real superhero but a fake video made to look real?
Coding Unleashes Mathematical Brilliance
Coding Unleashes Mathematical Brilliance
Importance of Coding and Robotics in Healthcare Innovation
Importance of Coding and Robotics in Healthcare Innovation
Skills and Qualities Employers Look for in Coding and Robotics Professionals
Skills and Qualities Employers Look for in Coding and Robotics Professionals
Right Coding and Robotics Program for Your Child's Needs
Skills in coding and robotics are becoming increasingly crucial for youngsters to acquire to be competitive in the future employment market.
DIYA Blogs
It's never too early to start learning coding and robotics, two subjects that have grown increasingly vital in today's world.
Windows 11 gains instant hotspot access via phone link
Microsoft recently announced the availability of a new feature that will provide users with instant access to their smartphone's hotspot via the Phone Link on PC. The latest Windows 11 Insider Preview Build includes the instant hotspot feature. It enables users to connect to their smartphone's Wi-Fi network securely without touching their phones. However, this feature is currently only available on a limited number of Samsung Galaxy devices. This update also includes a number of other changes, improvements, and fixes.
DIYA Blogs
Google Cloud Introduces Its Own Node-Hosting Service What Does It Mean for Web3 Developers? With the launch of Blockchain Node Engine in Google Cloud, which hosts and deploys fully managed blockchain nodes in the cloud, Google is making it easier for Web3 developers to start coding distributed blockchain apps.
Facebook's Meta Rebranding
On October 28, Facebook's rebranding to Meta, aimed at establishing the company's stronghold in the Web3 sector, marked a year. Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), CEO of the FTX crypto exchange, seized the opportunity to share his thoughts on Facebook's massive overhaul. The crypto tycoon has claimed that Meta's growth has stalled since the rebranding because the social networking giant "has no more room to grow." SBF claims that Meta's attempt to distrac
Xiaomi's CyberOne Robot
As the newest member of Xiaomi's Cyber series, joining last year's quadruped robot Cyberdog, CyberOne is fitted with advanced arms and legs, supports bipedal-motion posture balancing, and reaches a peak torque of up to 300Nm. Also demonstrated was the ability to detect human emotion, advanced vision capabilities, and functionality allowing it to create three-dimensional virtual reconstructions of the real world, alongside a host of other advanced technologies.
Japanese Scientists Create Remote-Controlled Cyborg Cockroaches
Japanese scientists have created a remote-controlled cyborg cockroach that can be used to inspect dangerous areas and monitor the environment
PYTHON: The New Age of Coding
Our brain is like a muscle; it shrinks without exercise. In this article, I will tell you what to do to tire your mind a bit and build intellectual muscles instead of mindlessly scrolling on your smartphone. Get brain-fit with Python!
Meet Moxie
With its blue body, big anime eyes, and head shaped like a teardrop, Moxie wants to be friends with your child.
VR2 Playstation to release in 2023 - Here’s everything we have about it
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Apple Glass
It's been a while since we've heard some compelling rumors about the Apple Glasses, with Cupertino's long-rumored augmented reality smart glasses seemingly still some time away from launching.
Apple’s AR/VR headset
Apple’s in game once more to compete with the best. This time, they want to be the best in the market for VR headsets. The AR/VR headset is not yet officially launched by Apple but we can see that TimCook, the CEO of Apple in his recent interview with China Daily USA, gave us a sneak peak to what could be the marketing strategy of this one of a kind headset.
Taking bionic parts to a whole new level!
How far can we go when it comes to experimenting with bionic parts? For those who don’t know what bionic parts are, they are the replacement and enhancement of organs in the body. This is done by replacing the parts with mechanical versions. They are so much different from prostheses because the bionic parts are much more accurate in mimicking the actual function of the body.
Kawasaki shows off the robot Capricorn Bex
Robots that you can ride are quite rare, but now Kawasaki, the Japanese company that manufactures motorcycles, engines and defense materials, has shown one. The robot is called Bex and was shown at last week’s 2022 International Robot Exhibition (iREX) in Tokyo.
Smallest Robot Ever
Have you heard of the smallest robot ever? Engineers from North Western University have created a remote-controlled walking robot that's regarded as the smallest ever robot. It is just a half-millimeter and looks like an adorable peekytoe crab. Although the research is in the paper and discussion, researchers believe that this could be a great start to exploring the possibilities of micro-sized robots that can be used to perform practical tasks inside a confined environment.
The smart lens of the future is here.
Something like this would have only been seen in movies, but how incredible is it to realize that it is now a reality? Assume you're preparing to give a speech and, instead of glancing down at your notes on the podium, you can see them right in front of you. It sounds too wonderful to be true, yet it is already a reality.
Coimbatore to get Robot Assistants for better customer experience
You'd want to go to Coimbatore only to enjoy the unique experience of conversing with one of their specially built AI robots that stroll about the airport assisting passengers and authorities with various jobs.
Scientists craft original human skins for robots
This may seem like science fiction, yet it is happening right now in the world of science and technology. From action heroes to villains, we all want to see our robots become more human-like, and scientists in Japan are working to duplicate human-like traits for robots without the use of artificial parts, such as real-skin or self-healing functions.
Microsoft’s Innovative 4-Processor PC
Microsoft Build is Microsoft’s most interesting event because it focuses on the people that build stuff, mostly code, but often, as is the case this year, hardware.
Innovative 3D-Printing Technology
Say hello to a revolutionary new method of 3D printing glass. Yes, you read that right. Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley collaborated with experts at the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg in Germany to develop CAL, a 3D printing technology. This was created three years ago and is currently being developed into what they call micro-CAL. We can print considerably finer details in glass using micro-CAL technology.
AMD Robotics Starter Kit
AMD Robotics Starter Kit Aims To Get The Intelligent Factory Up And Running
Project Cambria VR headset
The mixed reality experience is built using Meta’s Presence Platform
Natural Language Speaks Loudly About a Big Shift in AI
Natural Language Speaks Loudly About a Big Shift in AI
How robots will replace laborious jobs in the future
How robots will replace laborious jobs in the future
Critical thinking and its correlation with coding logic
Critical thinking and its correlation with coding logic
Global climate crisis
Every environmentalist is talking about the global climate crisis. What is it? In short, increasing pollution, emission of greenhouse gasses, and landfills (land area filled with garbage) are causing a change in the global temperature.
Machine Learning Is Changing The Future Of Software Testing
The majority of software development teams believe they do & tested well. They understand that the effect of quality defects is substantial, and they invest heavily in quality assurance, but they still aren't getting the results they want.
"Zoom Fatigue" Is Apparently A Real Thing, And There Are 4 Main Culprits
If you've ever felt utterly drained after a workday, even though your most strenuous physical activity involved smiling through seemingly endless video calls, Stanford researchers now have a name for that feeling: "Zoom fatigue."
Kid Of The Year
A 15-year-old Colorado high school student and young scientist have used artificial intelligence and created apps to tackle contaminated drinking water.
China To Launch Moon Probe
China plans to launch an unmanned spacecraft to the moon this week to bring back lunar rocks in the first attempt by any nation to retrieve samples.
Neuroscientists Find A Way To Make Object - Recognition Models Perform Better
Adding a module that mimics part of the brain can prevent common errors made by computer vision models. "Just by making the models more similar to the brain's primary visual cortex.
GPS Rules Everything
On Nov. 5, a SpaceX rocket roared into the heavens from Cape Canaveral, Florida, carrying a boxy, 5,000-pound,antenna-studded satellite toward its destination 12,500 miles away, up in what's known as medium Earth orbit.
Woahh!! Balloons Float 12 Miles Above The Earth, Well Above Commercial Airplanes
Google researchers have found a way to use artificial intelligence to keep the company's high-altitude internet balloons hovering in place.
Hundreds Of Sewage Leaks Detected!!
Scientists identified 926 "spill events" from two wastewater treatment plants over an 11-year period by employing machine learning. The UK Environment Agency said it was "impressed by the accuracy" of the approach.
Saul Germ Fighting Robot
In this pandemic, we are left wondering when all this would get over. How can we stop the spread of infection? How can we achieve germ-free surfaces?
Wireless Controlled Robotic Arm
Robots are soon becoming part of our everyday life. Many activities we come across are now been performed by robots. They are designed and constructed (machines) to perform tasks done traditionally by human beings...
Government plans chat bot like Alexa, Google Voice to deliver public services
Amazon’s Alexa or Google Assistant to deliver e-governance services to the public. artificial intelligence-based conversational platform is expected to interact with the public in multiple languages, analyze sentiments and intent, collect and analyze data to give a personalized experience to users.
New FAA Rules Clear Delivery Drones for Takeoff
Final rules governing unmanned aircraft, commonly known as drones, were released Monday by the Federal Aviation Administration, a move expected to open the door for delivery of consumer packages by air. The rules establish minimum standards for safety so drones can fly over populated areas and at night, under certain conditions. According to an FAA statement, the rules come at a time when drones represent the fastest-growing segment in the entire transportation sector. Currently there are more than 1.7 million drone registrations and 203,000 FAA-certificated remote pilots, the agency stated. "These final rules carefully address safety, security and privacy concerns while advancing opportunities for innovation and utilization of drone technology," U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao said in the statement. A cornerstone of the new rules is a requirement that drones flying over populated areas include remote identification. "Remote ID is essential to identify the location, altitude, velocity, flight path, and performance characteristics of unmanned drones in public or any airspace," explained L. Nicole France, a principal analyst and vice president at Constellation Research. "That airspace awareness ensures safe operation for other aircraft and people on the ground," she told TechNewsWorld. "It ensures that the FAA, including air traffic control, national security agencies, and local law enforcement can also distinguish compliant aircraft and operations from those that may be dangerous or illegal."
Machine Learning Is Changing the Future of Software Testing
The majority of software development teams believe they don't test well. They understand that the effect of quality defects is substantial, and they invest heavily in quality assurance, but they still aren't getting the results they want. This is not due to a lack of talent or effort -- the technology supporting software testing is simply not effective. The industry has been underserved.