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January 3, 2021
- [Cybersecurity] 2021: A cyber year to remember
- [AI] Chinese scientists develop AI ‘prosecutor’ that can press its own charges. Machine is so far able to identify eight common crimes such as fraud, gambling, dangerous driving and ‘picking quarrels’
- [Innovation] BMW, IKEA Using AI-powered exoskeleton that adds 66 pounds of lift force
- [VR] Virtual reality tool to be used in the fight against disease
- [Robotics] 100 years of robots: How technology – and our lives – have changed
- [AI] “What if instead of relying on our own resolutions we asked an AI what it thinks we should do?” Read about this AI “Resolutions Generator” powered by GPT-3 which recommends ideas for New Year’s resolutions. Developed by AI blogger Janelle Shane
- [LinkedIn Post] This cute cycling #robot is able to self-balance by moving the handlebars. Invented a few years ago by robot hobbyist Dr. Guero, it can even keep itself upright when stopped by putting its tiny foot down
- [LinkedIn Post] This breakthrough technology defines a new graphical media that fills the gap between 2D drawings and 3D models. It was originally developed at Yale University by Professor Julie Dorsey
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