Industrial Robot Sales Hit All-Time Higha But What About Industry Jobs?

The IIoT is bringing about record automation robotics sales, with China and the U.S. scooping up robots. Is this good or bad for industry? You think robots are pretty cool, don’t you? What if you knew that automated robots were poised to take as many as 97% of industrial jobs over the next decade? Would you still think they were cool? You’d think they were even cooler then? Well, yeah, you’re probably right.

Akash Systems Debuts, Transforms Satellite Communications with…

With worldwide data demand outpacing the frequency, bandwidth and power capabilities of our current communications infrastructure, Felix Ejeckam and Ty Mitchell, both experts in gallium nitride -on-Diamond technology have joined forces to create Akash Systems, Inc. , a company committed to revolutionizing the future of fast, affordable satellite communications. Through the application of GaN-on-Diamond materials, Akash’s technologies can resolve issues critical to the expansive growth of data use and consumption, enabling smaller, lighter and higher performing satellites that lead to lower launch costs, reduced cost-per-bit, more launch cycles, and increased communications access and throughput.

Why smartphones can be used to ensure security

Biometric security authentication technology has been available for many years and adopted in many industries, including healthcare, to identify an individual’s name with a unique biological trait. This can include a fingerprint, iris scan, voice pattern, token or hand print, among other options.

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Test of brain & brawn

Well-deserved medals, competitions, music and some advice – the past couple of weeks had them all around campuses in the city. Famous DJs set the dance floor on fire at one tech cradle, while students of another put their brawn to the test at a weightlifting competition in Haryana.

BLOG: Application process closes for cannabiz hopefuls

BLOG: Application process closes for cannabiz hopefuls The application submission period for medical marijuana business permits closed Monday. Check out this story on The application submission period for medical marijuana business permits closed Monday, though the state Department of Health could continue to see applications trickling in the rest of the week.

BrainChip Advances its Position as a Leading Artificial Intelligence…

Agreement with Toulouse Tech Transfer and the CERCO research center to license the exclusive rights to the JAST learning rules; License further solidifies BrainChip’s position as a leader in the field of Neural Networking and Artificial Intelligence technology and solutions. BRN ), , is a leading developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for Advanced Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning applications.

The Weekly Research Analysts’ Ratings Updates for NVIDIA

Taking a look into the performance of NVDA stock, investor will come to know that the weekly performance for this stock is valued at 7.01%, resulting in a performance for the month at -2.57%. Analysts’ recommendations are the fountainhead of equity research reports and should be used in tangent with proprietary research and investment methodologies in order to make investment decisions.

Russian Federation to train Kurdish forces at north Syria base

Russia’s military will train Kurdish forces in Syria, the militia’s spokesman said Monday, in Moscow’s first agreement of its kind with the group that controls large parts of the country’s north. His comments at news conference in Ankara came after the Syrian-Kurdish YPG militia said Russian Federation was setting up a military base in northwestern Syria and would help train YPG fighters.

Rajon Rondo: Ray Allen not invited to celebrate 2008 Celtics championship

FILE Paul Pierce fouls Ray Allen left during the first half of an NBA basketball game Tuesday Oct. 30 2012 in Miami Next year will mark the 10-year anniversary of that moment and now-Chicago Bulls PG Rajon Rondo is planning a celebratory trip for all his championship teammates, with one notable person missing. This wasn’t Rondo causing a stir, this was a collective “NO” from the players that went to war with Allen for multiple years in Boston .

Why AMD, Snap, and NVIDIA Jumped Today

After a strong showing late last week as the Federal Reserve opted to increase interest rates, the stock market was mostly flat on Monday, with major indexes fluctuating between positive and negative territory. But amid a flurry of encouraging analyst notes, there were a few individual companies that managed to buck the trend, and shares of Advanced Micro Devices were among those stocks that delivered outsized gains today.

Snap’s First Buy Rating Is Bizarre

Monness Crespi Hardt analyst James Cakmak is the first to give Snap such a rating , and Cakmak has assigned a $25 price target on shares. That’s about 20% higher than current prices, which are hovering right around $20 as of this writing, and comparable to the $24 that Snap opened at on its first public trading day.

Missing woman found alive off Skyline Boulevard

Ending a two-day search, police and rescue crews on Saturday located a woman who had gone missing in a rural wooded area off Skyline Drive in San Mateo County. Authorities found Bethnee Haury, 56, at about 10:30 a.m. down in a ravine, roughly 600 yards from Skyline Boulevard, in the Kings Mountain area.

Google search may soon be unblocked in Mainland China

Seven years after Google pulled its search engine out of mainland China over a disagreement on censorship directives, the information giant is negotiating with Beijing to make its comeback to the world’s biggest internet market. Google is currently not available in the country, which boasts 721 million web users, and locals can only access to the service by using VPNs.

Andrea Peyser

I’ve identified a major cause of societal overspending, oversharing and undereating, followed by yo-yo bingeing and purging, a potentially destructive scourge that could cost the masses their bank accounts, waistlines, health and minds: Gwyneth Paltrow. Now more than ever, the Hollywood golden girl and lifestyle guru, 44, as well as her very wrong, ill-informed and undereducated ilk, matter.

Musk Call With Turnbull Sparks Battery Debate in Australia

Elon Musk’s brave bet to fix Australia’s energy crisis — or hand the money back — landed the tech entrepreneur an hour-long phone call with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and quickly threw him into a debate over whether battery technology is the solution for a nation still wedded to coal for much of its power. Sunday’s call followed a Twitter conversation last week between Musk and Australian tech billionaire Mike Cannon-Brookes in which Musk promised to install and get working a Tesla Inc. battery storage system designed to prevent blackouts in South Australia, the Australian mainland state most reliant on renewable energy.

Top Iron Miners’ Cash Juggernaut Set to Survive Price Crash

The world’s biggest iron ore miners will be able to withstand the expected plunge in prices because their race to cut production costs has dramatically lowered the industry’s margin pressure point, allowing them to keep fueling a cash juggernaut that’s revived the mining sector. More than 90 percent of producers in the global seaborne market can generate profits at a benchmark price of $60 a metric ton, Adrian Doyle, a Sydney-based senior consultant at researcher CRU Group, said by phone.

Troubled Nuclear Builder Seen Best Fit for Asian Power Ambitions

If Japan’s Toshiba Corp. parts ways with its embattled U.S. nuclear unit, Westinghouse Electric Co., the likely buyer may be a regional neighbor with global ambitions. Westinghouse would be a strategic fit in China or South Korea, which are developing their own reactors for export, according to analysts and academics.

Satellite start-up promises ultra-fast internet to remote Asia-Pacific, NZ locations

The Pacific Islands, remote parts of rural New Zealand and poor but populous parts of eastern Indonesia and Papua New Guinea are target markets for a new satellite-based project that its backers say will bring low-cost, ultra-fast broadband to areas that are too expensive to reach by cable. The brainchild of Christian Patouraux, a Belgian-born, Sydney-based entrepreneur with a 22-year career in satellite projects, the Kacific Broadband Satellites initiative owes part of its success to the equity funding efforts of boutique Wellington investment and advisory firm, Caniwi Capital, which has helped raise more than US$20 million in equity for the US$147 million project.

Samsung Galaxy S8 press image leaked

Two short videos were posted to Chinese microblogging site Weibo around the same time, and they supposedly show the Galaxy S8+. At meltyStyle, we are totally fan of this picture and we look forward to the Galaxy S8 .

SXSW: Biden details Moonshot program to battle cancer

Former Vice President Joe Biden spoke Sunday at SXSW about the White House Cancer Moonshot program’s progress in the fight against cancer, and called for innovators in the audience to use their ingenuity to engineer solutions. The Cancer Moonshot program was established in early 2016 to accelerate innovation in the field of cancer research.

Robots Mapping and Cleaning Nuclear Sites

The world is home to a large number of sites contaminated by radioactive waste, which require the extent of the contamination to be delineated and remediation to occur. The currently available methodology for mapping and assessing these radioactive sites are extremely expensive and time consuming, involving humans clad in radioactive protective gear, taking samples, and subsequent lab analysis.

Intel Security releases MacBook scanner for CIA Vault 7 rootkits

We’re just a few days removed from the WikiLeaks publication, Vault 7, that outlined many of the supposed hacking tools at the disposal of the CIA. It has left tech firms scrambling for fixes and has raised questions over what products and services are most at risk, especially as the dust and sensationalism settles around just what kind of powers the CIA wielded with these so-called cyber weapons.

After Math: Keep pace in the space race

It’s been a productive week for those of us trying to get the hell off this crazy planet. NASA showed off a radiation-proof flight vest for interplanetary astronauts while Blue Origin debuted its latest rocket engine and previewed its upcoming New Glenn spacecraft .