Monthly Archives: August 2014

Nevada teen on the verge of entrepreneurial success – Ames Tribune

Nevada teen on the verge of entrepreneurial successAmes Tribune… of a philanthropic thing; they'd do it as an investment in the next generation.” After receiving the raw prototype in the mail, Stan has been busy figuring out how the case … Continue reading

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Five Myths and Facts About Robotics Technology Today – IEEE Spectrum

IEEE Spectrum Five Myths and Facts About Robotics Technology TodayIEEE SpectrumEver faster processors, cheaper sensors, abundant open-source code, ubiquitous connectivity, and the advent of 3D printing are some of the forces behind the recent proliferation of robots. As I see … Continue reading

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Why I Am More Excited About Google’s Project Loon Than Project Wing – Forbes

Guardian Liberty Voice Why I Am More Excited About Google's Project Loon Than Project WingForbesGoogle announced some of the specs behind its secret project to develop drone-delivery services on Thursday. Project Wing, as we all know now, has been two … Continue reading

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Baidu’s Surprising Search For The Holy Grail Of Artificial Intelligence – Forbes

Baidu's Surprising Search For The Holy Grail Of Artificial IntelligenceForbesA native of the wine country town of Calistoga, he learned programming in high school before becoming interested in machine learning at Stanford, where he bumped into Ng and started research … Continue reading

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Kona Ice saves Boone Lego Robotics program – Cincinnati.com

Kona Ice saves Boone Lego Robotics programCincinnati.comThe Lego Robotics program provides hands-on learning experiences in science, technology, engineer, math (STEM). The program, offered at all Boone schools, also stresses 21st century skills that focus on communication, collaboration, problem solving and …

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Google Drones Lift Industry Hopes – Wall Street Journal

Fox News Google Drones Lift Industry HopesWall Street JournalThe changed atmosphere reflects Google's financial and lobbying heft, which should help overcome technical and regulatory obstacles. But it also reflects growing confidence in technology until now more often associated with missiles … Continue reading

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End of Google Authorship – Forbes

Forbes End of Google AuthorshipForbesDuring Pubcon 2013, Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts delivered a keynote speech where he claimed that Google would be “looking for a 15% reduction to ensure that the quality of the authorship is still high and … Continue reading

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This new technology could make watching foreign films easier – Quartz

This new technology could make watching foreign films easierQuartzFor movie theaters that play foreign films, subtitles are a necessity, dubbing an added bonus. That goes for downloaded movies and TV shows as well. But dubbed entertainment isn't easy to come … Continue reading

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Outside the Box Music leverages new technology. – The Tennessean

Outside the Box Music leverages new technology.The TennesseanFans of California singer-songwriter Keeley Valentino got to do more than stand in as extras in her new music video. They got to serve as the video's stars and directors. A web app … Continue reading

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New technology helps some patients bypass open heart surgery – Fox 59

New technology helps some patients bypass open heart surgeryFox 59“I gave all my goodies away because I thought I was going to die,” said St. Vincent cardiology patient, Carol Arnold. Arnold, 70, is now full of life after having open … Continue reading

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