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Although 3D printing originated in the 1980s, it has since come to popularity in the last few years as it has been further developed and new applications for the technology discovered.
Human intelligence perhaps could process and analyse the data that computers are now instructed to, however the problem is quantitative rather that qualitative.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) from 2014, 70.7% of adults aged 20 and over in the US are either overweight or obese. Is it surprising when IoT devices now outnumber humans?
eeDesignIt sat down with Miro Adzan, General Manager, Factory Automation and Control after the keynotes to discuss IIoT's future.
Ammi Systems is an AI integration company 'spearheading the adoption of conversational AI with the new UMA (Unify Manage Assist) platform.'
Man and machine - a time old dichotomy: but as machines evolve, is it only a matter of time before humans are surpassed and become as redundant as a factory worker.
Xuan Jin, Lead solutions architect at Alibaba Cloud Europe delivered a presentation on 'Data driven IoT applications'.
eeDesignIt recently attended the international exhibition and conference for the printed electronics industry, LOPEC 2018. Here, we report on the Technical Conference, 'Smart and hybrid systems', which had keynote speakers from ABInBev,…
There are more processes that go into printed electronics than you may think. From the production of the ink and pastes to the packaging.
Joe Tarragano, co-founder and CEO, got the idea to create the Glovebox Direct platform to provide car parts direct from the original manufacturer, when working at the We Are Pentagon Group.
Blurrt is a social media analytics platform, that can identify and analyse search terms, hashtags and icons in social media posts - and pull this data in real time, in just one to two seconds from social networks and aggregate the sentiment…
Though they were but small, all of the printed electronics on display held promise to shake up industries and change the world.
Whether you go gooey-eyed at the prospect of receiving a Valentine's Day card from a secret admirer or would rather scratch them out than see another bouquet of red roses - one thing most tech fans can agree on, is their love of drones.
Eight startups from CRL's accelerator cohort pitched their prototypes within the U + I space at Howick Place in London at the CRL's first Demo Day, on Thursday 25 January.
After months of build up and press release teasers, CES 2018 came and went in a flash, was it worth it?