The Nao robots (a programmable humanoid robot developed by French company Aldebaran Robotics) gave a dance performance during SYNC 2014 Beijing, a gathering of leaders from companies that focus on cutting-edge technologies.
From telegrams and televisions to the internet and iPhones: technology has radically changed how we communicate with each other. A new exhibition at London's Science Museum’s looks back at how far we’ve come in just a few generations
O Indiegogo não tem sido o site que mais confiança inspire quanto a alguns dos seus projectos, mas isso não impede que diariamente muitos mais por lá tentem a sua sorte, e hoje deparei-me com este curioso Dragonfly Futurefön.
Será que o sujeito já aprendeu algo com os erros/problemas passados ou ainda está na fase de aprender à custa dos seus potenciais "clientes/financiadores"
It was ballet meets Transformers at a three-day performance put on by the French company La Machine to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between France and China.
DroneDeploy CTO, Nick Pilkington, who has a Ph.D in Machine Learning explains “The drones stream back high definition imagery over LTE during the flight. Our software processes the images rapidly in the cloud and high-resolution orthorectified maps are delivered back to the user in seconds.” The technology is being demonstrated for the first time at ‘ASPRS UAS Technical Demonstration and Symposium’ – a dedicated Drone Mapping conference starting today in Reno, NV.