Cafe Staffs Robots That Are Controlled by Disabled People

Cafe Staffs Robots That Are Controlled by Disabled People

Silicon Valley’s version of the metaverse is starting to feel like yet another dystopia. Critics of Microsoft’s Mesh lament the dispiriting virtual office populated by legless humanoid avatars awkwardly trying to conjure meaningful interactions. While critics of Facebook have argued its version of the metaverse will simply reinforce the already damaged relationships we’ve been building online for years…


AI Is Discovering Patterns in Pure Mathematics That Have Never Been Seen Before

We can add suggesting and proving mathematical theorems to the long list of what artificial intelligence is capable of: Mathematicians and AI experts have teamed up to demonstrate how machine learning can open up new avenues to explore in the field…


NVIDIA to Build Earth-2 Supercomputer to See Our Future

The earth is warming. The past seven years are on track to be the seven warmest on record. The emissions of greenhouse gases from human activities are responsible for approximately 1.1°C of average warming since the period 1850-1900…


Sony Working on PlayStation DualShock-Like Controller for Smartphones, Alleged Patent Suggests

Sony may working on a PlayStation-like controller for smartphones. A patent has surfaced online which shows two controller grips coupled to a device — which looks to be a smartphone. Apart from this, not much is known about the smartphone controller as of now. By the looks of it, the controller resembles the layout of the PlayStation 4’s DualShock controller. Back in 2012, Sony launched the Xperia Play smartphone that got dedicated Dual Shock style gaming controls along with six axis motion controls…


Researchers Shrink Camera to the Size of a Salt Grain

Micro-sized cameras have great potential to spot problems in the human body and enable sensing for super-small robots, but past approaches captured fuzzy, distorted images with limited fields of view…


South Korea Will Use VR To Determine if the Elderly Can Keep Driving

The Korean National Police Agency (KNPA) is pushing for the implementation of conditional licenses for elderly drivers by 2025, Yonhap News reports…

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