SINCE time immemorial man has struggled ( and failed to some extent ) to replicate and improve his five core sensory senses in a bid to understand his environment better. For his eyes, he has struggled and strived to recreate and replace them with smart surveillance and integrated imaging systems.
Keep on Trackin’ While smartwatches have made a significant splash in the past few years, and small fitness trackers have certainly made their mark, exercise watches are carving out a larger portion of the market. They’re more substantial than their flimsy fitness tracker counterparts, and they look more like watches
Yancey Strickler, one of the co-founders and current CEO of the largest online crowdfunding platform, Kickstarter, argues that crowdfunding may be in crisis, but founders should not be discouraged by failed projects. Yancey grew up on a farm in the state of Virginia, US. He worked as a music critic
Technology is slowly embedding itself into every aspect of our lives. If anything, from the look of things, soon everything will be automated, and data gathering will no longer be reserved for a select few. These technological advancements are evident in the sports world, with revolutionary discoveries that have aided
Reality Check 101: Crowdfunding is a $16 billion industry now, and it is just beginning to take shape. But while crowdfunding money can give that extra push you initially need to launch your idea and make it a reality, it’s your pre-crowdfunding marketing that can make or break your campaign.
Artificial intelligence (AI) comes with a frenzy that is just impossible to miss or overlook. After all, we are very sure it is going to be part of our lives in the near future and we are going to have to know how to coexist. A year spent in artificial
WE are well in the 21st century, no doubt. And the good thing about being alive in such a time is that the newly-discovered Internet of Things lifestyle is rapidly transforming lives with breakthroughs in the automobile industry, healthcare technology, Nanoarchitecture, social media advancements, virtual reality and smart wearables just
IT is becoming increasingly apparent to all, especially among scientists, investors, and entrepreneurs that machines will soon become smarter than humans. In a recent event held in Berlin, Germany, artificial intelligence (AI) experts discussed the “Rise of AI” in front of an audience of 160 people. Among the things addressed
There is some bitter competition between the top tech companies, especially Google and IBM, to see which organization will be the first to deliver the first universal quantum computer that promises to be millions of times faster than any computer chips available today. The world will never need more than
CRISPR is something you have probably never heard of if you are not interested in biological and health care technology. To the sworn techies, however, this is a household name that represents a tool that may change the game forever. What may not be clear to virtually everyone regardless of
BIOHACKING is the combination of IT knowledge and biological systems to optimize performance, body, and mind. It may sound too technically but actually, most of us biohack on a daily basis probably without our knowledge. We have at least a cup of coffee or tea each morning, try to sleep