• AI Hackers … April 25, 2021
    Hacking is as old as humanity. We are creative problem solvers. We exploit loopholes, manipulate systems, and strive for more influence, power, and wealth. To date, hacking has exclusively been a human activity. Not for long. Read more … Der Beitrag AI Hackers … erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis
  • Facial Fakery December 11, 2020
    There are now businesses that sell fake people. On the website Generated.Photos, you can buy a “unique, worry-free” fake person for $2.99, or 1,000 people for $1,000. If you just need a couple of fake people — for characters in a video game, or to... Der Beitrag Facial Fakery erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis
  • Next Step in Robotics January 8, 2020
    The news: US startup Agility Robotics has just made its two-legged robot Digit available to buy for the first time. The first customer is car giant Ford, which has been testing the robot for vehicle-to-door delivery since May 2019.  Digit’s digits: It’s similar in size to a small adult,... Der Beitrag Next Step in Robotics erschien zuerst auf My Digital. […]
    Christian Baudis
  • Next Step in Digital Health January 8, 2020
    The news: DeepMind and Google Health have developed a new AI system to help doctors detect breast cancer early. The researchers trained an algorithm on mammogram images from female patients in the US and UK, and it performed better than human radiologists. The results were published in... Der Beitrag Next Step in Digital Health erschien zuerst auf My Digital […]
    Christian Baudis
  • How to decode brain signals into speech November 11, 2019
    You don’t have to think about it: when you speak, your brain sends signals to your lips, tongue, jaw, and larynx, which work together to produce the intended sounds. Now scientists in San Francisco say they’ve tapped these brain signals to create a device capable... Der Beitrag How to decode brain signals into speech erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis
  • Another interesting Silicon Patch June 23, 2019
    The last time you had your blood pressure checked, it was probably at a doctor’s office with a bulky cuff wrapped around your arm. One day soon, perhaps, you will just need a simple stick-on patch on your neck, no bigger than a postage stamp. Read more... Der Beitrag Another interesting Silicon Patch erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis
  • AI and Sensor Technologies will revolutionize Agriculture March 15, 2019
    Weed-killing robots are threatening giant chemical companies’ business models. AI-powered weed hunters could soon reduce the need for herbicides and genetically modified crops. Read more … Der Beitrag AI and Sensor Technologies will revolutionize Agriculture erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis
  • Human Machine Human Connectivity! January 29, 2019
    The ability to send thoughts directly to another person’s brain is the stuff of science fiction. At least, it used to be. In recent years, physicists and neuroscientists have developed an armory of tools that can sense certain kinds of thoughts and transmit information about... Der Beitrag Human Machine Human Connectivity! erschien zuerst auf My Digital. […]
    Christian Baudis
  • Singapore pioneering Autonomous Mobility December 20, 2018
    Car sharing with autonomous vehicles could improve cities in many ways. Singapore is taking a pioneering role, working with ETH researchers to explore the potential of personalised, electrified and automated public transport. Read more … Read more at: https://phys.org/news/2018-12-algorithms-wheel.html#jCp Der Beitrag Singapore pioneering Autonomous Mobility […]
    Christian Baudis
  • Amazon to build the next relevant end device May 21, 2018
    For Amazon’s latest hardware trick, the company has apparently been working on a home robot under the codename, “Vesta.” That nugget comes via Bloomberg sources, who report that the online retail giant expects to start trialing the device in employee homes this year, with plans to... Der Beitrag Amazon to build the next relevant end device erschien zuerst au […]
    Christian Baudis