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  • Shimon, the instrument-playing robot, can sing now too — Future Blink
    March 2, 2020

    Shimon is a marimba-playing robot created by Georgia Tech (GT) professor Gil Weinberg. Read more…More about Music, Mashable Video, Robot, Singing, and Future Blink

  • This app can detect if devices are spying on you — Future Blink
    February 26, 2020

    Researchers at Carnegie Mellon created the Internet of Things (IOT) assistant app that is designed to scan IOT devices. Read more…More about Apps, Mashable Video, Internet Of Things, Internet Privacy, and Future Blink

  • Relax. Self-driving cars are smart enough to see past some tricky electrical tape.
    February 21, 2020

    A little electrical tape has caused quite the stir. This week, McAfee security researchers released 18 months worth of research that demonstrates the ease with which a "smart" autonomous vehicle can be tricked into misreading and accelerating past speed limits. The finding that some strategically placed black tape on a speed limit sign could trip up a smart car equipped with Mobileye cameras (used for advanced driving systems) to go 85 mph instead of the 35 mph limit certainly seemed a …

  • Bionic man plugs prosthesis into synthesizer, controls music with his mind — Future Blink
    February 20, 2020

    German Professor Bertolt Meyer created a converter that works by channeling the electric current from his body and allows him to control sounds emitted through his thoughts. Read more…More about Mashable Video, Prosthetics, Mind Control, Future Blink, and Tech

  • This emoji could mean your suicide risk is high, according to AI
    February 13, 2020

    Since its founding in 2013, the free mental health support service Crisis Text Line has focused on using data and technology to better aid those who reach out for help.  Unlike helplines that offer assistance based on the order in which users dialed, texted, or messaged, Crisis Text Line has an algorithm that determines who is in most urgent need of counseling. The nonprofit is particularly interested in learning which emoji and words texters use when their suicide risk is high, so as to quickly …

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