The rise of AI is turning not only our daily lives but also education upside down. Innovative educators talk about the changes needed to tailor classes to the real world.
With information technology in place, the business process gets smoother, faster, and more convenient to carry out.
A team of researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute in Ilmenau has developed a floating rescue robot that will support staff in swimming pools and bathing lakes in emergencies in the future.
An AI-powered technology is expected to make it possible in the future to swap out perimeter advertising during live broadcasts of soccer matches or other events without viewers noticing.
Incooling is developing a cooling system for the heat source of data centers: the chips. Together with data center builder SPIE, the start-up is seeking new customers.
The corona crisis has widened educational disparities. ASML workers are stepping in to help with tutoring in science subjects like math and physics. It's hoped that more companies will follow.
The issues raised by technology are not new. What is new, however, is that technology is increasingly interfering with our daily lives. What are our thoughts on that?
Bi-directional charging of electric vehicles is an important component of the potential solutions aimed at achieving a flexible and future-proof electricity grid.
Because of the pandemic, many companies were forced to close down, giving fewer opportunities to fresh graduates. What will happen now?
Discussing the importance of reliability for the high-tech manufacturing industry with the world leaders
"This gives the Reliability world an opportunity to meet and at the same time learn something from the insights of two renowned experts."
Before taking up any course, don't forget to to check its viability and requirements.
Manual tasks require practice and sensitivity, qualities that robots still lack. Now, for the first time, researchers have been able to automate the processing of flexible materials.
Each week, we follow up on one of our best-read stories in this section. This week: Will everyone reap the benefits of a connected city?
After the pandemic, lots of people are looking forward to going to festivals again. No need to wait at the bar. A fully automatic beer machine will tap your beer fast and with 'two fingers of foam.'
Bring together the complete picture of the ideal office atmosphere that is bound to motivate everyone to actually want to come to work and put their best efforts forward.
Research has shown that cyanobacteria can reproduce excellently under Martian conditions and thus form the basis for biological life support systems.
Neural networks for artificial intelligence can be both simpler and smarter. The efficient nervous system of the threadworm demonstrates this.
Semiconductors temporarily take on a metallic property when flashed with laser light and conduct better as a result.
The innovations are not for sale, but to be shown to a wide audience and give them a flying start
What started out as a PhD research project has grown into a profitable business. Sorama develops acoustic cameras that can detect the source of noise disturbances. Their equipment is now going global.