Five technologies that prove we are already living in the future.....
The Google I/O 2018 keynote had a bunch of major announcements about Android P, Google Assistant, and more. Here’s the most important news to know.
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Security Robots that use AI to detect people and recognize risky behavior. Enjoyed the end police human chase using the robot
Alibaba’s Tmall building an “Auto Vending Machine” to make “buying cars as easy as buying a can of Coke.” Allows consumers to browse vehicles on smartphones & purchase a new ride in only 5 minutes.
Roam, a San Francisco-based robotics startup, introduces an exoskeleton designed for skiers. Combination of built-in sensors & software adjust system’s fabric & air actuators for quadriceps
Is this the future of technology interfaces?
With a top speed of over 60 mph, the EHang 184 is bringing scenes from sci-fi movies closer to reality, say its developers.
BBC News - Across the country, 170 million CCTV cameras are already in place and an estimated 400 million new ones will be installed in the next three years.
BMW is thinking ahead to what the vehicles of 2040 will be like. Like the visor and digital companion.
2017 was a year of remarkable ideas and innovations. From Futurism, here is their short visual list.
The GM The Cruise AV is designed to operate safely on its own, with no driver, steering wheel, pedals or other manual controls when it goes on the road in 2019.
“Alexa, take a photo.” Introducing Echo Look—hands-free camera and style assistant. Extensions of voice into retail shopping.
From Futurism, drive on to these wheel driven tracks and conquer the snowiest of roads
The Trends in 2018 Trend Report is Trend Hunter's annual deep dive into future trends for the year ahead
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