strongIntroducing HUENIT — Modular Robotic Arm With AI Vision/strong

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Cerebral Overload

Supernova is developing innovative educational and service robots that can be used in everyday life. Supernova’s first project is HUENIT, which is a modular robotic arm with AI vision. It was honored with the CES 2023 Innovation Award for its first product, artificial intelligence modular robot arm ‘HUENIT’. We are researching and developing STEAM educational contents using HUENIT, and aiming to provide fun educational contents that combine AI, robotics, and software. Furthermore, we are developing a hand drip system and an ice cream robot system using HUENIT, and HUENIT will be used in daily … Read More “strongIntroducing HUENIT — Modular Robotic Arm With AI Vision/strong”

Anger in Russia as scores of troops killed in one of Ukraine war’s deadliest strikes

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Reuters

By Pavel Polityuk KYIV (Reuters) – Russia acknowledged on Monday that scores of its troops were killed in one of the Ukraine war’s deadliest strikes, drawing demands from Russian nationalist bloggers for commanders to be punished for housing soldiers alongside an ammunition dump. Russia’s defence ministry said 63 soldiers had died in the fiery blast which destroyed a temporary barracks in a former vocational college in Makiivka, twin city of the Russian-occupied regional capital of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. It said the accommodation had been hit by four rockets fired from U.S.-made HIMARS la… Read More “Anger in Russia as scores of troops killed in one of Ukraine war’s deadliest strikes”

Anger in Russia as scores of troops killed in one of Ukraine war’s deadliest strikes

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Reuters UK

By Pavel Polityuk KYIV (Reuters) – Russia acknowledged on Monday that scores of its troops were killed in one of the Ukraine war’s deadliest strikes, drawing demands from Russian nationalist bloggers for commanders to be punished for housing soldiers alongside an ammunition dump. Russia’s defence ministry said 63 soldiers had died in the fiery blast which destroyed a temporary barracks in a former vocational college in Makiivka, twin city of the Russian-occupied regional capital of Donetsk in eastern Ukraine. It said the accommodation had been hit by four rockets fired from U.S.-made HIMARS la… Read More “Anger in Russia as scores of troops killed in one of Ukraine war’s deadliest strikes”

The best GTA 5 mods you need to have in 2023

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WINgg

GTA 5 has been out for almost a decade, so fans are still waiting for a new installment. However, moders have ensured that the crime adventure game remains fresh and as new. Grand Theft Auto is a legendary game title that has kept generations of players hooked to its street crime role-play and other activities. Over the years, GTA has become more developed and elaborate, allowing players more control over their characters. Released in 2013, GTA 5 is the latest version in the series as fans await the next installment, which is still years from launch. To keep things interesting, moders have whi… Read More “The best GTA 5 mods you need to have in 2023”

strongInnodisk DDR5 RDIMM Powers Semiconductor Automatic Optical Inspection/strong

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Innodisk, a global leader in industrial-grade storage and embedded peripherals is proud to announce its solution to issues faced by Automated Optical Inspection (AOI) applications relating to, and caused by the shortcomings of consumer DRAM With the recent launch of Innodisk AI, which provides a complete AI solution for industrial integrators, DDR5 series DRAM plays a key role for a variety of applications, including Automated Optical Inspection solutions. With the rise in demand for semiconductors, and the trend towards smaller and smaller processes, the need for automatic systems to detect s… Read More “strongInnodisk DDR5 RDIMM Powers Semiconductor Automatic Optical Inspection/strong”

Retail footfall dropped by more than a quarter in week after Christmas

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City AM

By Jack Mendel Footfall across the UK’s retail destinations dropped by more than a quarter in the week after Christmas compared with the week before, figures show. Retail expert Springboard said footfall last week was 27.7 per cent lower than the week before, and 19.7 per cent down on the same week in 2019. It was just 7.2 per cent higher than the same week in 2021 when the country was still experiencing the impact of coronavirus restrictions. However, Springboard said a large part of the difference was due to last week beginning on Christmas Day (Sunday), when footfall is at its lowest, where… Read More “Retail footfall dropped by more than a quarter in week after Christmas”

College Football Reacts To Tulane’s Wild Cotton Bowl Win

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By Daniel Bates What a comeback. In a high-scoring affair the Tulane Green Wave overcame a 15-point fourth quarter deficit to stun USC 46-45 and capture the Field Scovell Trophy. Here’s how the college football World reacted to the Green Wave’s wild Cotton Bowl win on Twitter: “Unreal!!!! That is the final!!!” the team’s football account shared. “Tulane wins the Cotton Bowl and wraps up the season 12-2!!!!” “TULANE. ROLL WAVE,” tweeted Barstool Sports. “Tulane pulled it off!” commented Dov Kleiman. “Tulane goes from 2-10 to 12-2 in one season,” remarked RedditCFB. “Biggest turnaround ever. Inc… Read More “College Football Reacts To Tulane’s Wild Cotton Bowl Win”

UK government takes pro-innovation approach to AI

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City AM

By Azania Patel UK government’s push to bridge the AI skills gap comes with a focus on a risk based approach. As industry predictions indicate an AI boom in 2023, the UK government has stepped up to plug the skills gap in the sector. At the end of 2022, the government evaluated the Industry-funded Masters in AI (IMAI) programme. IMAI aimed to “boost the opportunities available for applied training in artificial intelligence in the UK.” Along with education, there has been a UK wide push for regulation. The Regulatory Horizons Council (RHC) published two independent reports in November on the r… Read More “UK government takes pro-innovation approach to AI”

Democratizing the deep sea: Q&A with Ocean Discovery League’s Katy Croff Bell

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Mongabay

By Abhishyant Kidangoor At first, Katy Croff Bell and her team had just wanted to make underwater cameras to give to school students from communities living along the Pacific Ocean. But when the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted that plan, another idea took hold. The resulting project led to a low-cost imaging and sensor device that aims to make access to deep seas more available and easier than ever. Today, the tube-shaped device can capture photos and videos, and also record data such as salinity and temperature, at depths down to 1,500 meters, or nearly a mile. The device, named Maka Niu (which r… Read More “Democratizing the deep sea: Q&A with Ocean Discovery League’s Katy Croff Bell”

Surayyah Ahmad on Greater Participation for Nigerian Women in Tech

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ACN Newswire

ABUJA, NG, Jan 2, 2023 – (ACN Newswire) – Surayyah Ahmad, Ethco Group Ltd co-founder and Executive Secretary of Startup AREWA has discussed the underrepresentation of Nigerian women in the tech industry, and women’s effective participation and equal opportunities for leadership at all levels of decision-making in the tech ecosystem. She identified several important elements that can raise women’s involvement in technology and help the nation achieve a balanced workforce. “Studies from all across the World are showing that women are underrepresented in the tech industry, despite recent headline… Read More “Surayyah Ahmad on Greater Participation for Nigerian Women in Tech”