The Artificial Intelligence boomed this year similar to the few other areas in tech, despite the scientific breakthroughs, an oversupply of funding, and the latest products that are rolling out to the customers, the field has problems that couldn’t be avoided. Read the Post Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
By all measures, graphene shouldn’t stay. The research conducted by at the University of Arkansas has come up with strong evidence that the motion of two-dimensional materials can be used as the source of clean and limitless energy. The professor of physics at the University of Arkansas, Paul Thibado, studied the movement of graphene. Read the Post Bizarre Atomic Ripples in Graphene Could Unlock Clean, Limitless Energy
Logitech today has disclosed the Bridge developer kit, that makes it easier to use a keyboard while you are wearing the virtual reality headset. It also authorizes the developers to customize their keyboard’s appearance so that it could be matched up with the experience they are living in. Read the Post Logitech- Bringing Keyboards Into Virtual Reality
“Academy Award-winning creative developer Johannes Saam explains what is and isn’t Virtual Reality.”
The generation of new virtual reality technologies and some immersive experiences are happening at a quite faster pace that many of the people still don’t find a grasp of what actually Virtual Reality is. Read the Post Virtual Reality- Making Sense Of What is and isn’t Virtual Reality
IBM‘s Watson is helping the doctors to identify treatment alternatives for cancer patients and is also suggesting solutions that most of the human failed to see.
The researchers at the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center had a supercomputer Watson for Genomics analyze “large volumes of data,” including the databases, past studies, and the genetic information in an attempt for identifying treatment options for 1,018 patients with “tumors with specific genetic abnormalities.” Read the Post IBM’s Watson Found Cancer Treatments That Doctors Overlooked