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Meta Leadership Primer: NFC

For some time now, Near Field Communication has taken mobile device connectivity to a whole new level, and this is one of the most promising advancements in digital technology. The NFC developed by the combined effort of Phillips and Sony has risen dramatically in popularity and is widely becoming...

Meta Leadership Primer: Automated Website Deployment

Up until now, many companies who build apps continue to simply rely on manual processes. While this as a good option in the past, companies just can’t rely on manual processes anymore. The reality is that there is always the human error facet making an app more prone to errors. However, these...

Dark Factories for a Brighter Future!

What Are Dark Factories? In case you never heard the term “dark factories” before, then you need to know that this is attracting a lot of people. The term dark factory is based on the event that you have programmed robots or machines working for you on a 24/7 uninterrupted production. So, there...

Meta Leadership Primer: Machine Learning

In our world today, the computational devices we count on are actually getting extra smart day after day. In the quest to produce the personal computing device that is even more intelligent than its human user/maker, researchers as well as programmers have actually imbibed some exceptional...

Meta Leadership Primer: Sentiment Analysis

With the vast amount of data on the internet today it can be challenging to track what people are saying about your brand, product, services or even you as a person. There are tons of posts on social media, blogs, and website talking about one thing or the other with every writer or individual...

Cheap And Simple Test Devices For Car Emissions Developed By European Engineers

Cheap and simple devices that could help to effectively test the functioning of particle filters have been developed by engineers working to tackle carcinogenic pollution. The engineers believe that the new device would enable identification and of toxic vehicles which can then be taken off roads...

First Hyperloop For Cargo In India To Be Launched By A Large Port Operator

The first hyperloop project of one of the largest port operators of the world - DP World, would be launched in India according to the chairman of the company.    An agreement for partnership was signed with Virgin Hyperloop One by DP World, which is owned by the UAE government last year...

A New World War Could Result Form Of Fight For Technology, Says Alibaba's Jack Ma

A third world war could result because of a fight for technology, warned Chinese billionaire and Alibaba founder Jack Ma. History has shown that global conflicts take place primarily because of technological innovation, he said.   "The first world war was because of the first technology...

Consistency and dramatic evolutions: the banknotes’ manufacturing history

Paper money is used so frequently that it seems to us that it does not change at all and its appearance remains the same as five or ten years ago. Yet, banknotes do change even though we may not notice it. Every few years, manufacturers add new features to protect bills from counterfeiters, ensure...

Signs Of Eye Damage In Tears Can Be Detected By Color Changing Sensors

A gel laden with gold nanoparticles has bene developed by a group of researchers at the University of Illinois (UI). The nanoparticles react with a teardrop which has containing ascorbic acid that is released from a wound to the eye to change color of the gel.   The study has been newly...

Officially The World's Fastest Supercomputer Is IBM's Summit

IBM's supercomputer Summit is now officially the world's fastest supercomputer. This ranking was announced on Monday by a biannual ranking of the world's 500 fastest supercomputers, or the Top500.   The Summit overtook China's Sunway TaihuLight to gain the top spot.   A statement for...

People With Cornea Problems Now Have Hope In 3D-Printed Artificial Corneas

The manner in which stem cells or human corneal stromal cells taken from the cornea of a healthy donor can be mixed along with alginate and collagen for creating a solution which is printable and is called a ‘bio-ink’ has been shown in the proof-of-concept research which was published as a report...
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