• Amazon to build the next relevant end device 21. Mai 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
  • The next impressive Step in Human-Machine Connectivity 6. Mai 2018
    Controlling your gadgets by talking to them is so 2018. In the future, you won’t even have to move your lips. A prototype device called AlterEgo, created by MIT Media Lab graduate student Arnav Kapur, is already making this possible. With Kapur’s device—a 3-D-printed plastic doodad that... Der Beitrag The next impressive Step in Human-Machine Connectivity er […]
    Christian Baudis
  • Apple dives into digital Health – again! 18. März 2018
    Apple  announced a new health effort as part of iOS 11.3. The new Health Records section in the Health app lets you gather and view all your medical records. The company is partnering with hospitals and clinics. Read more … Der Beitrag Apple dives into digital Health – again! erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis
  • Robots can’t talk?! 18. März 2018
    Tech Insider talked to Sophia, the first-ever robot citizen that once said it would ‘destroy humans’. Steve Kovach interviews Sophia, the AI robot. Despite its impressive feats, the machine still has a few hiccups to correct. Read more … Der Beitrag Robots can’t talk?! erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis
  • Singapore puts Commuters on self-driving buses 3. Oktober 2017
    While Europe still discusses the downsides of self-driving technologies, Singapore will be putting public commuters on self-driving electric buses. The test will start end of 2017. Driverless vehicles, which have so far been limited to small-scale deployments within business parks and tourist spots for example, could... Der Beitrag Singapore puts Commuters o […]
    Christian Baudis
  • Humanoid Robot ‘Nadine’ 3. Oktober 2017
    Meet Nadine in Singapore, the humanoid robot which talks with you in English, French and German. Nadine is a realistic female humanoid robot that was modelled by Professor Thalmann. The robot is well designed and its artificial skin and hair makes her look very human. Nadine is a socially... Der Beitrag Humanoid Robot ‘Nadine’ erschien zuerst auf My Digital. […]
    Christian Baudis
  • Smarthphone Medical Sensing 18. Januar 2017
    Anemia, which is the result of malnutrition or infection, is unfortunately very common in poorer countries. The University of Washington presented a simple way of tracking anemia with your smartphone through a light source technology. Read more … Der Beitrag Smarthphone Medical Sensing erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis
  • Medical Practice on a Silicon Patch 1. Juni 2016
    Here is the ultimate wearable. The State University of Illinois has developed a biostamp with sensors build into a silicon patch at the size of a fingernail. It is powered wirelessly and transmits the body data to your smartphone. It could measure all possible body functionalities... Der Beitrag Medical Practice on a Silicon Patch erschien zuerst auf My Digi […]
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  • Brain Waves control Drones 16. Mai 2016
    Two recent digital developments – drones and brain reading technologies – have been successfully connected by a research group of the University of Florida in 2015. Controlling any kind of connected devices with your mind could be the future. The students used a brain reading helmet... Der Beitrag Brain Waves control Drones erschien zuerst auf My Digital. […]
    Christian Baudis
  • Robots can’t walk ?! 24. Februar 2016
    Over the past decades, one of the biggest challenges in robotic computing was to make robots walk. The famous fall of Hondas ASIMO during the 2006 Robotic Show in Tokyo is still in our minds. But here is an astonishing video which proves the opposite. Watch... Der Beitrag Robots can’t walk ?! erschien zuerst auf My Digital.
    Christian Baudis