A webcam that looks like a human eye and also mimics its functions is the focus of a research project at Saarland University in Germany.
Researchers at the Vienna University of Technology and Utrecht University have succeeded in penetrating opaque material with special light waves as if the material didn't even exist.
Scientists at the University of Bayreuth have set themselves the goal of significantly improving environmentally-friendly flow batteries in terms of efficiency and storage capacity based on iron.
With the mobile 5G network, new markets can be discovered. The 5G Hub at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven is launching a 'challenge' for companies to start turning their wildest ideas into reality.
Lotus Microsystems have created ‘the world’s smallest power converter’ made of silicone and recently announced it is ready for market.
An interview with Stefan Leijnen, lecturer in Artificial Intelligence, about the wonderful world of AI. The technology is only in its infancy and already has so much impact -what does the future hold?
Scientists at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland, have teamed up with a start-up to develop a model that can predict when a system change is imminent.
This Norway based start-up is using wearable technoloy to protect the most valuable assets on a marine vessel - the mariners themselves.
The world is changing with the rise of artificial intelligence (AI). So is the way countries wage war in the future and also how we must defend ourselves against this threat.
A practical problem online concerns one’s online identity. Verified accounts have issues with privacy - a problem a digital token might solve.
Fraunhofer Institute scientists have developed quality control software that allows users without expert AI knowledge to benefit from AI.
Technology has advanced to the point now where most people do not realize that the images have been tampered with when they quickly view these types of video.
Growing Underground in London is one of the largest underground vertical farms in the world that is controlled entirely by a digital twin at the University of Cambridge.
Paul de Krom, CEO and chair of the board at TNO, believes that in addition to a European joining of forces, cooperation between neighboring countries is also very important.
Technology outfitted on the robot includes 3D computer vision, location and mapping capabilities, and sonar technology to avoid obstacles.
The ability to create IoT applications was previously only available to coders. OpenRemote extends that power to managers from many sectors.
The Dutch bank ABN Amro will be the first to use the 'self healing security’ software, which is based on the human body's own immune system.
A virtual reality trial of the impact of nature versus art provides a guideline for how simulated environments should be designed for the well-being of humankind.
A duet between man and machine. A dancer and a drone as two autonomous figures, linked together in a very special dance. That is the ultimate dream of choreographer David Middendorp.
A less chaotic environment will automatically increase productivity levels in the workplace. This is how to be more organized in running your business to be a successful entrepreneur.