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Pepper, an emotional robot understands 70 to 80 percent of spontaneous conversations.
An artist imagines the future of technology and signage in public spaces.
Robots can help kids with autism, elderly people with daily tasks and physicians with patients.
The demonstration was the jetpack's first indoor flight in the United States, apart from the company's warehouse.
Cars will work like laptops on wheels, you'll be emailing tangible objects and using DNA to authenticate digital documents.
Forward-thinking attendees to the Computer-Human Interaction conference created an imaginary agenda speculating on what tech will be like 25 years from now. Continue reading →
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