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IDG Contributor Network: The entrance expansion of a conversational interface

Last week I wrote on how Cortana and her peers, Apple Siri and Amazon Alexa, were expected to develop in a VR universe to turn a primary interface given touch, mice, and keyboards, in a unsentimental world, make aren’t unsentimental unless we are emulating something that uses them. Because of Cortana’s tie to video gaming, we consider it, or she, has ... Read More »

Why Microsoft is adding an AI co-processor to HoloLens 2

I strapped on a span of practical existence (VR) goggles and looked around a room. There were 3 PageWide printers sitting off in a corner, so we reached out and pulpy a push to open a paper tray. A voice off in a distance, like a spook in a fog, told me to try lifting a copier lid as well. ... Read More »

Avoid a rodent trap: Old habits mutilate new tech

Don’t demeanour now, though your desktop user interface dates behind to a Nixon administration. Is it time to ascent to a subsequent UI? New technologies change business. And vast shifts like synthetic intelligent (AI) unsentimental assistants and protracted existence seem to have left from “someday” technologies, to “happening right now.” These technologies are approaching to renovate business for a better. ... Read More »

We need practical assistants that speak to any other

Everybody talks about (and mostly to) a Big Four practical assistants — Siri, Alexa, Cortana and Google Assistant. But many other companies are operative on practical assistants, too. Huawei is operative on a practical partner for a Chinese market. Samsung offers Bixby on a Galaxy S8 or S8+ smartphones. Voice approval hulk Nuance offers an craving prepared practical partner called ... Read More »

Waymo’s idea with the autonomous-driving, ride-hailing program

By Rebecca Linke, Senior Associate Editor, Computerworld | Apr 25, 2017 4:25 AM PT Read More »

Waymo’s idea with the autonomous-driving, ride-hailing program

By Rebecca Linke, Senior Associate Editor, Computerworld | Apr 25, 2017 4:25 AM PT Read More »

Amazon Echo Look: Do people unequivocally wish an Amazon camera in their bedroom?

By Rebecca Linke, Senior Associate Editor, Computerworld | Apr 27, 2017 4:50 AM PT Read More »

Why a Uber operative indicted of hidden Waymo secrets stepped behind from self-driving cars

By Rebecca Linke, Senior Associate Editor, Computerworld | Apr 28, 2017 3:48 AM PT Read More »

Startup unveils 3D printer that can build CO fiber, Kevlar, fiberglass parts

Startup Impossible Objects on Tuesday denounced a Model One 3D printer, which it claims is a first such printer that can build collection from combination materials including CO fiber, Kevlar and fiberglass. The Northbrook, Ill.-based association pronounced a record can contest with injection frame “in terms of speed and price” to emanate prolongation parts. [ Further reading: The impetus toward exascale ... Read More »

Desktop 3D printer presages a destiny of multi-layer circuit house design

An Israel-based provider of 3D copy technologies and nano-inks is now shipping a desktop appurtenance to beta business that can furnish multi-layer circuit boards. Nano Dimension’s Dragonfly 2020 is a desktop 3D printer that can furnish circuit house prototypes and tiny prolongation runs, potentially shortening expansion time from weeks to hours, according to Amit Dror, co-founder and CEO of a ... Read More »

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