A collection of recent articles from around the world.
The Internet is essential for performing endless tasks, and without a connection, we’re often left feeling frustrated and at a loss. But connection issues may no longer be a problem with Edge AI chips from ARM, which run without a cloud connection. Edge AI chips are designed to accelerate machine-learning tasks on smartphones and other
Imagine a world where soldiers will have cyborg exoskeleton armor that will give them increased physical and mental performance. The Warrior Web program, funded by the U.S. Department of Defense, is developing a suit that will allow future soldiers to carry heavier load, stay active longer, and reserve more energy for important cognitive processing while
The last decade was full of digital advancements. Technology invaded our day-to-day lives, replacing alarm clocks, digital video discs, print books, movie rentals, newspapers, magazines, and so much more. In some ways, tech has simplified our lives. 2019 was an innovative year, with the rise of accessible AI and other smart tech systems. The next
Without engagement, the urge to invest your attention quickly dissipates, and time spent on the Internet is no exception. Interactive content hooks people into websites and apps and encourages them to remain engaged for longer periods. While non-interactive online content is a source of information, it doesn’t have the same alluring edge as its interactive
Generation Z (or Gen Z) is the demographic group that succeeds Millennials. They were born between 1995 and 2012, with the oldest now reaching their mid-twenties. Gen Z is currently the largest generation, accounting for about 25% of the U.S. population, and beating out Baby Boomers by a couple of percentage points. They also consume
Similar to smart homes, the idea behind smart cities is to upgrade the quality of living for its citizens through intelligent technology. Essential components of a smart city include ultra-modern facilities, enhanced infrastructure, round-the-clock security, and other digitally improved community features. Theoretically, smart cities could benefit developing economies. Although it’s never been carried out, the