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Google reveals Project Wing, its secret drone-delivery program

Google reveals Project Wing, its secret drone-delivery program | RoboNomics | Scoop.it
It's widely known that Google has been working on driverless cars for quite some time, but the company has just revealed that it's also been looking into autonomous aerial vehicles, something which the search giant has kept under wraps for…

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THE OFFICIAL ANDREASCY's curator insight, August 29, 2014 12:00 PM

Drone delivery is happening eventually and Google is testing its own program, dubbed Project Wing

Waza Job's curator insight, August 29, 2014 7:07 PM

Google guys are  just amazing, check out this article

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The Future Is Now: Self-Healing Phones Hit the Market

The Future Is Now: Self-Healing Phones Hit the Market | RoboNomics | Scoop.it
Learn about self-healing phones, the ultimate cell phone technology that will amaze you.

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Wilfried Andral's curator insight, August 4, 2014 5:20 AM

Amazing technology!! Don't miss out the news.

Stelios's comment, August 4, 2014 5:21 AM
Good post guys!!! Loved reading it :)
malek's comment, August 5, 2014 10:02 AM
self healing scratches..wow
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robots are now writing associated press quarterly earnings stories via @ap @lapresse @AInsights

robots are now writing associated press quarterly earnings stories via @ap @lapresse @AInsights | RoboNomics | Scoop.it
The Associated Press announced in an advisory to customers today that the majority of U.S. corporate earnings stories for our business news report will eventually be produced using automation techn...

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Farid Mheir's curator insight, July 23, 2014 10:42 PM

I learned today in LaPresse+ that Associated Press now relies on software from Automated Insight to write its financial stories on corporate earnings. Stories are, for now, human verified before release but this soon will disappear.

Also of interest is that AI provides solutions to automate redaction of texts in multiple domains, from sports to website analytics (my picture above). I initially assumed this is along the same lines as the automated writing that the weather service has been using for years. But in fact it is not, as it appears to spit out text that appears to be written by a human, not by a machine. It draws from Big Data analysis to extract meaningful information that it then writes about. The AI website provides few examples that appear very "professional".


AI now advertises a "marketing" tool that specializes in the creation of marketing material. I assume this will mean more personalized "emails" in my inbox that will go beyond greeting me by name and also merge data that is global (the lettuce is on special this week) to the very personal (you should consider buying more fruits and vegetables and to encourage you we extend a 25% discount for the next 30 days on all our fresh produce section).


Whether this is good news or bad, I'll let you decide...

oneworldmobile's curator insight, July 24, 2014 4:12 PM

Operational efficiencies are eliminating human jobs. Where does that leave the employed of us?

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DRONES... FAA Sanctioned or Not, Civilians Keep Droning On

DRONES... FAA Sanctioned or Not, Civilians Keep Droning On | RoboNomics | Scoop.it

With drones being spotted all over the New York City skies recently, it’s time to assess what these new-age bots are capable of, and how legal they actually are...


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Private Investigators's curator insight, August 5, 2014 9:25 AM

"Attack of the DRONES"

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DaVinci robot use in surgeries grows in past decade - KXAN.com

DaVinci robot use in surgeries grows in past decade - KXAN.com | RoboNomics | Scoop.it
DaVinci robot use in surgeries grows in past decade
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Austin (KXAN)- It may look like something out of a science fiction movie, but the DaVinci robot is an incredibly useful tool many surgeons use for the most tedious of procedures.
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