- No More Cracked Smartphone Glass
Ultrathin sapphire laminates could lead to durable but affordable next-generation screen covers.
- The Apple Watch May Solve the Usual Smart Watch Annoyances
Apple’s first smart watch seems like the best of its kind so far, but the user experience is still a little unclear.
- Sapphire Screens Would Test Apple’s Manufacturing and Design Skills
To make sapphire screens, Apple would need to source high-quality raw material and be clever about incorporating it into devices.
- Can a Website Help You Decide to Have a Kid?
A startup called Cloverpop wants to help you make life’s pivotal decisions.
- A Nimble-Wheeled Farm Robot Goes to Work in Minnesota
The latest in autonomous farming is a robot that weaves between corn stalks, applying fertilizer as it goes.
- Datacoup Wants to Buy Your Credit Card and Facebook Data
Datacoup will pay for your online data, then use it to provide insights on consumer behavior.
- The Revolutionary Technique That Quietly Changed Machine Vision Forever
Machines are now almost as good as humans at object recognition, and the turning point occurred in 2012, say computer scientists. <
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Human-plus-AI solutions mitigate security threats
With the right human oversight, emerging technologies like artificial intelligence can help keep business and customer data secure
Next slide, please: A brief history of the corporate presentation
From million-dollar slide shows to Steve Jobs’s introduction of the iPhone, a bit of show business never hurt plain old business.
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