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A flexible paper computer developed at Queen’s University in collaboration with Plastic Logic and Intel Labs could one day revolutionize the way people work with tablets and computers.
Full story at Kurzweil
Want to pause a Netflix stream from the comfort of your sofa? Email a forgotten file from your home to your office? Gain full remote access to your PC from halfway across the world? No matter what OS your smartphone is on, there’s a mobile app that can make it happen.
Researchers are tapping the cognitive smarts of babies, toddlers, and preschoolers to program computers to think more like humans. If replicated in machines, the computational models based on babies’ mental abilities could give a major boost to artificial intelligence, which historically has had difficulty handling nuances and uncertainty, researchers say.
Full story at Futurity
Big data is literally changing what computers can do. You are already benefiting because big data brought you Google.
Full story at Business Insider
Whether you’re looking for a way to catch a big game when you’re away from your living room, or you just like to catch live television when you’re trapped somewhere without either cable or a television, you have plenty of options to help you catch a broadcast on your mobile phone or your computer.
Full story at Lifehacker