The Shape of Things to Come
Everyday services will soon embrace a layer of functionality akin to the human quality of emotional intelligence, enabling them to be responsive to what their users are feeling. We can also assume the emergence of...Continue reading »
The path towards virtualize networks
In order to take advantage of network capabilities and to improve efficiencies and response times in enterprise managed security services, network virtualization becomes an optimal security solution (vNSF or Virtualized Network Security Function). This is achieved...Continue reading »
The possibilities of predicting earthquakes increase with artificial intelligence techniques and the mass introduction of data in algorithms.
Throughout history, natural catastrophes have been some of the most surprisingly terrible phenomena. Cultures created entire mythologies based on these moments when nature...Continue reading »
The American agency DARPA is characterized by undertaking the most futuristic projects. At its core, extremely celebrated inventions such as the Internet itself, or at least its embryo, have arisen. It goes without saying that artificial intelligence is one of...Continue reading »
Despite all the flying cars we’ve seen in science fiction, the vehicles we’ll be seeing in the foreseeable future will be more reminiscent of giant drones or helicopters.
Futuristic science fiction tends to play with our illusions. And in this sense,...Continue reading »
This is part two of the original part one published last week here.
Alternatives to the Turing Test: The right questions to ask to determine if it’s a bot or not:
Now, back to that Turing Test, which has been countlessly suggested...Continue reading »
The first train to travel at 1,000 km/h may soon be a reality in South Korea, where there are already plans to build it in the “not too distant future”.
The Korea Railroad Research Institute, which is administered by the South...Continue reading »
With chatbots and robots having stronger artificial intelligence every day — and with the sure-to-be epic Blade Runner 2049 out later this year — one question is going to continue to plague us: How can you tell if you’re talking...Continue reading »
A group of scientists from Manchester have achieved the world’s tightest molecular knot, which will allow the development of new materials.
A team from the University of Manchester has managed to tie a molecular knot which is invisible to the eye....Continue reading »
The new Nintendo Switch is the most ambitious console produced by the Japanese company to date. Brimful with innovation, it is noteworthy in that it is hybrid – hand-held and desktop in a single product.
Nintendo has launched its new console amid...Continue reading »