H&C partner with RS to launch an innovative Visual Product Recognition chatbot
The latest addition to RS Components’ leading Digital platform, Quickfinder is an Artificial Intelligence (AI) Digital Assistant featuring Visual Product Recognition technology that allows automated product identification with the click of a button.
Martin Peschke 1980 – 2018
It is with deep sadness that I must announce that Martin Peschke died of a heart attack on the 10 February 2018. He was 37 years old.
Benchmark your performance against the greatest footballers in the world
To coincide with the World Cup, Benjamin Hubert of LAYER has designed PLAYR, a smart wearable for elite aspiring football players to track performance, improve their game and compete against other players.
How push notifications are radically changing the way the healthcare sector operates
They might be simple and not really new, but notifying patients and clinicians can help save money and lives.
How video games are helping autonomous vehicles make our roads safer
Autonomous vehicles are coming to the mass market, and to make sure the transition from human-controlled to computer-controlled is as smooth as possible, the systems need to be tested significantly.
Taking the Pulse of Innovation in Healthcare
We hear the term digital transformation everywhere these days it seems. Its meaning has extended far beyond a term used to describe a shift in processes, to become a new way of thinking and conceiving fresh possibilities.
GDPR: Will the US follow suit?
Chris Middleton reports for H&C News on how the EU’s stance on data privacy may become a global force.
Step inside the immersive world of Arcadia
The Arcadia experience is built on an ethos of positive change. Fusing ground-breaking spectacle, cutting-edge technology, sculpture, engineering and high octane circus. Arcadia’s shows bring people from around the globe together on a wave of celebration.
The motor innovation helping electric vehicles become cheaper and more mainstream
Given the direction the car industry is heading, there is a huge need for automotive electric motors that offer exceptional performance but are cost-effective too.
Are voice driven apps the future of interaction?
Voice-driven apps and devices are slowly weaving their way into every aspect of our lives, and many of us already openly admit that we couldn’t manage without them. Is this a passing fad or could voice recognition technology change the way we interact forever?