Tag: latest technology

How Cloud Computing Will Change The Face Of Education

August 23, 2017 by in category Blog, TECHNOLOGY tagged as , , , , , , ,

It is time to revamp the old style of teaching and learning! Teaching is no longer confined to the four walls of the school or to the limited capabilities of the teachers. Boring classroom sessions are giving way to exciting technological phenomena that enable better learning and improved capacities in children. There is no doubt […]

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School Camp Inspires Children To Create Gadgets

July 24, 2017 by in category Blog, TECHNOLOGY tagged as , , , , , ,

We’re living in an age where the emphasis is on innovation and creativity. Every day there are new products and ideas which emerge and develop.Technology is reinventing itself and people are realizing the importance of “out of the box thinking”. It has now become the need of the hour to train the younger generation to […]

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How Technology is changing everyones role

May 17, 2017 by in category Blog, TECHNOLOGY tagged as , , , , ,

“Robots are going to take my job!” Have you heard that around the office lately? As organizations digitize, many employees are concerned that technology will eliminate their jobs. While these concerns are understandable, don’t panic. These concerns don’t separate automation from “augmentation”—or innovations that create new markets and new opportunities, but will still require humans […]

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New Battery Will Let Phones Charge in Seconds, Last Over a Week

December 5, 2016 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , , , ,

Researchers at the University of Central Florida (UCF) recently created a high-powered battery with supercapacitors that allow it to store a large amount of energy. A new battery technology developed in the US will take seconds to charge, last over a week, and survive 30,000 recharge cycles, 20 times more than regular Lithium-ion batteries deployed […]

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Monitor Health with Sticker Powered by Your Cell Phone

August 15, 2016 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , ,

John Rogers, demonstrated a stretchable electronics pioneer at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, whose lab created a stretchy skin patch that uses light pulses to monitor heart rate or sun exposure. But the gadget doesn’t have a battery. Instead, it’s powered by a cell phone or tablet that’s equipped with a near-field communications (NFC) […]

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Fuel made from recycled plastic could power ship engines

August 8, 2016 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , ,

New research will test whether Plaxx, a fuel made from mixed plastic waste, can be used as an alternative to crude derived fuels in industrial and marine engines. The research, funded by Innovate UK and ESPRC will be led by Associate Professor Farid Dailami,Bristol Robotics Laboratory (BRL), in partnership with Recycling Technologies, developers of Plaxx. […]

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NASA alumnus made a 256-core processor just to handle Artificial Intelligence

June 27, 2016 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , , , ,

AI devices of the future are going to kill us, take our jobs or just help us with mundane tasks, one thing we can agree on is that they will need power and lots of it. That’s why a number of companies have developed processors designed with processing tasks in mind, like ex-NASA engineer Daniel Goldin, […]

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No Industry Can Afford to Ignore Artificial Intelligence

May 30, 2016 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , , ,

The phrase “Artificial Intelligence” was first used about sixty years ago by four computer science professors while working on a summer project. The hope was to figure out how to make machines use language and perform abstract thought. “We think that a significant advance can be made if a carefully selected group of scientists work […]

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Scientists Accidentally Create a Battery That Can Outlast Your Device

May 16, 2016 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , , , , , , ,

Over the last decade or so it’s become increasingly obvious that the limits of battery technology are a pothole on our road to the future as typical Lithium-ion battery breaks down badly between 5000-7000 cycles. While playing around, a PhD candidate Mya Le Thai at University of California got an idea of suspending the brittle nanowire in a […]

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UG STUDENTS INVENT GLOVES THAT TRANSLATES SIGN LANGUAGE INTO SPEECH

May 9, 2016 by in category Blog tagged as , , , , , , , , , , ,

While most college undergraduates are spending their free periods on Facebook, two remarkable students have used their spare time to pioneer an invention that may change the very way we communicate. University of Washington undergrads Tommy Pryor and Navid Azodi won a $10,000 Lemelson-MIT Student Prize — a nationwide search for the most inventive undergraduate and graduate […]

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