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11 tendencias que traerá la robótica en 2017 (y en adelante)

11 tendencias que traerá la robótica en 2017 (y en adelante) | New Technologies | Scoop.it

Cuando uno lee o escucha que los robots están automatizando muchos procesos industriales, lo habitual es pensar en entornos tradicionales como la frabricación de maquinaria o de utensilios. Pero, en realidad, también están extendiendo su nivel de actuación en sectores a priori más sofisticados, como la salud, la logística o de “utilities” (energía y otros servicios).


Según el último informe publicado por IDC, una de las tendencias que traerá la industria robótica para 2019 será que el 35% de las principales organizaciones la aplicarán para automatizar diversas operaciones.


Y es que hablar de robots no es (sólo) hacerlo de brazos de ensamblaje o máquinas procesadoras, sino de inteligencia artificial, visión por computadora, sistemas microelectromecánicos (útiles para tecnologías relacionadas con la salud o la mecánica) o semiconductores. Tecnología en definitiva que permite desarrollar máquinas más complejas capaces de desempeñar distintas tareas.

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Así sera la tecnología en 2017 según Microsoft. El Confidencial

Así sera la tecnología en 2017 según Microsoft. El Confidencial | New Technologies | Scoop.it
en 2027 veremos dispositivos de realidad virtual por todas partes que proporcionarán experiencias multisensoriales tan ricas que se mezclarán con la realidad que percibimos. "En contraste con los sistemas de realidad virtual actuales, que solo estimulan la vista y el oído, en el futuro la experiencia se expandirá a otros sentidos, como el tacto". 
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Adidas will offer runners gait analysis with shoe-worn sensors at its retail stores

Adidas will offer runners gait analysis with shoe-worn sensors at its retail stores | New Technologies | Scoop.it

Adidas will open a new flagship retail location on the outskirts of Times Square. It’s the largest of German shoe giant’s stores – and the first in a string of upscale brick and mortar shops soon to include a sizable location opening up soon in London. The company is currently giving some private tours of the space, and it’s all pretty nuts – multiple stories, bleacher-style seating for watching sports events, a cold press juice bar. And lots and lots of shoes.


There’s also a station for designing custom kicks, and in keeping with the whole reclaimed Parley for the Oceans theme, several elements, including the clothing hangers are made from recycled ocean plastic.

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Human Inc's Headphones: Experimentally Fashionable

Human Inc's Headphones: Experimentally Fashionable | New Technologies | Scoop.it
Human Inc's Headphones: Experimentally Fashionable. With the dust barely settled on the recent announcement of Apple's AirPods there is already a new player
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10 Emerging Technologies That Will Drive The Next Economy | Game-Changer

10 Emerging Technologies That Will Drive The Next Economy | Game-Changer | New Technologies | Scoop.it
Leaders should always be asking themselves What’s new?, What’s next? and What’s better?; that’s where the future is. And we can take deliberate steps to answers those questions…

What technologies will drive the biggest changes in industries over the next 10 to 20 years and create the next economy?

There are many that in combination will drive massive change across enterprises and all size of business. Specifically, I think 10 are essential, and shaping the industries of the future: drones, blockchain, big data, augmented reality, virtual reality, 3D printing, artificial intelligence, robots, internet of things, genetics.
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9 Exciting Facts About Medical Robots - The Medical Futurist

9 Exciting Facts About Medical Robots - The Medical Futurist | New Technologies | Scoop.it

Medical robots do not only exist in sci-fi movies and the distant future, they are coming to healthcare and all stakeholders must prepare for them. Robots can support, assist and extend the service health workers are offering. In jobs with repetitive and monotonous functions they might even obtain the capacity to completely replace humans.


Thus, medical professionals and caretakers would do well to learn more about medical robots: what they are capable of, how to work with them and in what way they might complement the tasks they perform daily. Otherwise human medical workers might get replaced or grow frustrated if they experience that robots are able to do their jobs and they cannot change their previous tasks into something irreplaceable.

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Smart Contactless Clothing Monitors Vital Signs |

Smart Contactless Clothing Monitors Vital Signs | | New Technologies | Scoop.it
Taiwan’s Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) and ECLAT Textiles announced iSmartweaR, a clothing line designed to monitor vital signs. Its main feature is that it’s contactless, allowing you to move without restrictions as you track your heart rate and breathing rates. The company uses these two data points to then provide you with insight into your physical activity, sleep quality, and emotional state.
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Second Life was just the beginning. Philip Rosedale is back and he's delving into VR

Second Life was just the beginning. Philip Rosedale is back and he's delving into VR | New Technologies | Scoop.it
High Fidelity will allow you to build infinite shared worlds in virtual reality
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This smart device sniffed my morning breath to check for gum disease

This smart device sniffed my morning breath to check for gum disease | New Technologies | Scoop.it
The human mouth is a disgusting place, capable of emitting awful smells. Viruses, fungi, and possibly more than 1,000 species of bacteria live inside this dark, moist orifice. Nestled int
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Health 2.0 Asturias, foro ehealth en la comunidad asturiana. 10 Junio 2015

Health 2.0 Asturias, es el chapter Health 2.0 que se realiza en la comunidad asturiana, organizado por Ceei Asturias y Salud Social Media 


Health 2.0 Asturias es el encuentro ehealth en la comunidad asturiana, una reunión networking donde entran en contacto emprendedores, desarrolladores y profesionales de la salud y TIC para la presentación de nuevos proyectos e ideas en relación a las nuevas tecnologías y la salud

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El primer evento tendrá lugar el 10 de Junio en el Vivero de Ciencias de la Salud de Oviedo

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7 robots that will keep you awake at night

7 robots that will keep you awake at night | New Technologies | Scoop.it
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Informe Adecco sobre el impacto de las nuevas tecnologías en el mercado laboral

Informe Adecco sobre el impacto de las nuevas tecnologías en el mercado laboral | New Technologies | Scoop.it
Estudio en profundidad de los cambios que sufrirá el mercado laboral en los próximos diez años: efectos de las nuevas tecnologías, nuevas formas de trabajo y relaciones laborales o la creación de nuevos perfiles profesionales son algunos de los temas abordados en este informe.

El impacto que la tecnología va a tener en nuestras vidas va a ser fortísimo, es algo que ya está ocurriendo, es cierto que va a continuar cambiando nuestra forma de relacionarnos, nuestra forma de trabajar, nuestra forma de vida. Ya sabemos que gran parte de nuestros niños van a trabajar en profesiones que hoy en día ni siquiera existen. Y nuestra forma de relacionarnos, por ejemplo en el mundo de la empresa, cambia día a día. La tecnología efectivamente va a seguir evolucionando en nuestra sociedad, cambiando nuestra realidad.

Por otro lado y como resultado de nuestra mayor digitalización, el factor humano va a cobrar cada vez más importancia. Somos seres sociales y la tecnología no va a borrar en ningún caso la importancia que le damos a los aspectos humanos. Desde un punto de vista vital, pero también ocurre lo mismo cuando analizamos lo que va a ocurrir en las empresas. Cuando hablamos de perfiles que se buscarán en el futuro, de capacidades que se buscarán en las personas o de áreas que las compañías van a potenciar, tienen que ver en muchos casos con el trato con personas (psicólogos, coaches, facilitadores, gestores de nuevas formas de trabajo...) y con la capacidad de gestionar relaciones interpersonales.

En este estudio vemos cómo hay otras tendencias que ya empiezan a estar con nosotros y que están aquí para quedarse, para formar parte de nuestro futuro. La globalización, que nos obligará a ser mucho más internacionales, como empresas y como individuos. La importancia de la salud y el bienestar, que nos obligará como sociedad y, desde luego, en la dimensión corporativa, a asumir de forma mucho más amplia conceptos como la flexibilidad y la conciliación.

Y por último, las nuevas generaciones que nos van a obligar a adaptarnos más que nunca a nuevas formas de trabajar porque cambiarán la forma de interactuar con las empresas, porque la capacidad de entablar lazos con el mejor talento posible por parte de las compañías está cambiando para no volver a ser lo mismo nunca.

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Why smart clothes, not watches, are the future of wearables | Digital Trends

Why smart clothes, not watches, are the future of wearables | Digital Trends | New Technologies | Scoop.it
Why are we so fixated on watches and bands? 

The wearable tech market is full of fitness-obsessed products for workout-loving people with thick wrists and deep pockets. No one in the industry wants to admit it, but the wrist is probably not the best place to stick a bunch of sensors, and activity tracking may not even be the best use for all those sensors. If we want wearables to become truly wearable, companies need to start looking at the clothes we wear every day of our lives. And if we want those wearables to be truly useful, we need to think beyond step counting and create tech that gives actionable suggestions to improve our well-being. 

 Forget bands, make more smart clothes 

 Although the idea of smart clothing has floated around for a few years, little has come of it, until now. Big-name companies like Samsung, Google, OMSignal, Hexo Skin, and Under Armour have begun thinking about ways to make the clothes on your back as smart as the phone in your pocket. Since most wearables are fitness-focused, most smart clothing so far has followed in those footsteps with incredibly accurate fitness metrics and detailed analysis of workouts. Thankfully, many companies are beginning to think beyond gym rats, and the smart clothes they are working on may be the future of wearable tech. 
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7 robots that will keep you awake at night

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Reimagining the future with the cognitive Internet of Things

Reimagining the future with the cognitive Internet of Things | New Technologies | Scoop.it
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all about creating value by connecting physical devices, then combining data to understand patterns and trends not otherwise obvious. The data-driven decisions made possible in this way have the potential to drive business and industries to new heights, leaving little doubt that IoT applications are delivering value in unprecedented ways. But what’s next for the Internet of Things?

Despite the great strides we have seen in IoT technology and applications, the Internet of Things has much room for growth. Much of the dark data and edge data created by the Internet of Things holds great value—if it can be deciphered and put to use. This otherwise discarded data can help us learn about complex IoT systems, but that’s just the beginning. When we combine it with information from other sources, such as weather and news events, we can use the resulting analysis to drive decisions on everything from predictive maintenance to fleet operations to worker safety.
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Wearable Technology That Turns Your Skin into a Touchpad

Wearable Technology That Turns Your Skin into a Touchpad | New Technologies | Scoop.it

Wearable Technology That Turns Your Skin into a Touchpad Samsung, a company that likes to stay ahead of the trends, has recently filed a patent for a Smart


The big idea, which is a sketch at the moment, can be activated by the wearer via the menu on the smartwatch. It will then give image options that will allow them to project whats on the smartwatch screen across their forearm or the back of their hand. The advantage of this will be that the wearer will have, at a click of a button, access to larger space so they can write and interact with their device apps.

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Wearable exoskeleton mimics human knee

Wearable exoskeleton mimics human knee | New Technologies | Scoop.it
A wearable robotic leg developed by a team from Beihang University in China and Aalborg University in Denmark is claimed to be one of the first devices of its kind to feature natural knee movement.
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How Google's AI taught itself to create its own encryption

How Google's AI taught itself to create its own encryption | New Technologies | Scoop.it
Google Brain researchers created three neural networks that could communicate by encrypted messages
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5 Smartphone Gadgets You MUST SEE

Just about everyone owns a smartphone nowadays, and while the capabilities of these devices are quite extensive, there are some things they simply canno
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