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Scientists Have Built an Internet for Robots

Scientists Have Built an Internet for Robots | New tech Ella Windle |

Scientists in Europe have put together a "standardised knowledge base for robots," through which robots can exchange information with other robots using cloud computing.

Via LeapMind
Molly Reckord's curator insight, March 11, 2013 11:12 AM


Hayden Theuerkauf's curator insight, March 21, 2013 10:34 PM

This article/website gives information on how a scientists have built an internet for robots, so that robots can exchange informations with eachother. This will become bigger and better in the future and allow vital information to be shared through each robot, and would essentially make it easier to maintain robots and the software.

Braden Costin's curator insight, March 22, 2013 2:14 AM

This article focuses on a World Wide Web for Robots. This Internet collects and stores all data that a robot has collectyed throughout it's day. Other Robots would be able to access this internet in the form of a query to an unknown problem. Essentially if one Robot takes a step forward so does every other. This would allow for lighter and smaller robots as they would only have to query the internet for any problems rather than going through memory for the solution.

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Soon You Will Interact With Computers Through Thought Alone

Soon You Will Interact With Computers Through Thought Alone | New tech Ella Windle |

We can already paint pictures without lifting a finger.

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This glove works with an Android app to translate sign language into text

This glove works with an Android app to translate sign language into text | New tech Ella Windle |
We're all eyes and ears about the new cool gadgets The Next Web team is checking out at CES, but this is one gadget that didn't pop up in Las Vegas. Despite that fact, it still deserves ...

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10 Coolest Futuristic Bikes

10 Coolest Futuristic Bikes | New tech Ella Windle |
Bicycles are becoming a very popular mode of transportation among young people around the world; check out some of the craziest designs.

Via F. Thunus, ABroaderView
abraham's curator insight, March 11, 2013 10:52 AM

i think this bike will be epic


Arlete's comment, March 12, 2013 7:29 AM
Genial! Resolveria muitos dos meus problemas!
Rogério Rocha's comment, March 15, 2013 11:33 AM
Imagino só você, Arlete, dando pedaladas numa dessas bikes. rsrs.
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Reinventing the Payphone: Designs for NYC's Future Public Smartphones...

Reinventing the Payphone: Designs for NYC's Future Public Smartphones... | New tech Ella Windle |

When Mayor Bloomberg announced New York City’s Reinvent Payphones Design Challenge last winter, it was an opportunity to see how designers would reimagine these idle relics of last century’s infrastructure into something other than a shading device for smartphone-browsing in sunny weather.

From the looks of the finalists, which Bloomberg announced Tuesday, tomorrow’s payphone could have a lot of app-style features, from weather reports and wayfinding to voice and gesture control.


A handful of New York’s roughly 11,000 payphones already serve as wifi hotspots thanks to a pilot program launched by the city last summer, so the leap to hyperconnectivity isn’t as far-fetched as it may seem. A few years down the line, we could all be using a shiny new network of payphones to call taxis by voice command, charge our devices, check the weather for our urban farms, and, inevitably, look at ads.

The six finalists are chosen in five categories—creativity, connectivity, functionality, community impact, and visual design.


Visit the article link to view the proposals and learn more about what may be the payphone of the future...

Via Lauren Moss
kaja jacobs's curator insight, March 11, 2013 11:20 AM

looks so cool but people can do what you are doing not so cool

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How advanced is Future Office Technology

How advanced is Future Office Technology | New tech Ella Windle |
A great video displaying a wide range of new Advance Future Office Technologies including
advanced touch screen technology,Touch paper, how this will enhance the office and our working lives.

Via TechinBiz, Rui Guimarães Lima, Tania Kowritski
Luis A. Trujillo Paz's curator insight, March 9, 2013 2:01 PM

Web 3.0 tools are almost here

Hayley Regalado's curator insight, March 21, 2013 4:14 PM

The future concept provided by Microsoft is an extreme example of the capabilities and possibilities of technology. I will need to do further research before jumping into conclusions about the technologies featured in Microsoft's future vision video. I will provide my insight based on my first impressions. The video begins with a scene that features two children communicating to each other through a Smart Board. It can be assumed that these two children are living in different parts of the world. If we have a look at the technology we have today, we can see we have Smart Boards in existence. These boards are similar to electronic note taking software seen in tablet devices. You can write, erase, draw, drag, copy, paste and do animation that features a physics engine. The Smart board featured in the video can translate different languages, create animations and project images in a transparent styled panel. Essentially it is a data processing computer, which is the same technology we have available in current Smart Boards. The difference between current Smart Boards and future Smart Boards is that; future Smart Boards will have a greater capacity to interpret an input and output an accurate response. The future vision shows communication through video conferencing. In the present time we have video conferencing through outlets such as 'Skype' and 'Yahoo Messenger'.


The technology featured in the video is an advanced computer system with this integration. It can be possible to see this technology in the future because technically, such technologies already exist. As for touch screen paper, there are ipads, smart phones and e-readers available with touch screen capability. There is a possibility paper could be the next step in mobile computing. These are just some of the examples of the contrast between current technology and predicted future technology and with the level of innovation seen in previous years it is not hard to envision the technologies featured in the video to be made a reality. This video will be useful to my assignment but it will require more research if I am to include it into my essay.

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Apple Back on Track 1998: Steve Jobs introduces first iMac

On May 6, 1998 Steve Jobs introduced the first product after his return to Apple - the original iMac. Apple declared the 'i' in iMac to stand for "Internet"....

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