How innovation is altering the fashion market

Over the last few years, technology has actually been messing around in the fashion world. With the shift from brick-and-mortar retail shopping, technology’s impact has actually been difficult to overlook– especially with e-commerce in full force. As in all sectors, tech is transforming how organisations run, with using data analytics, synthetic intelligence, virtual innovation and…

Love, addition, hate and toxicity: the state of fandom at Comic-Con 2018

Tania González/ CNET For folks who enjoy to enjoy pop can take place on Facebook, Twitter and Discord, three platforms that were discussed particularly by either Hunegs or DC Chief Creative Officer and Publisher Jim Lee.In much the same way, Medical professional Who showrunner Chris Chibnall and executive producer Matt Strevens wanted to make it…

The guy who developed the self-driving car (in 1986)– POLITICO

HOFOLDING, Germany– The other chauffeurs would not have actually noticed anything uncommon as the two streamlined limousines with German license plates joined the traffic on France’s Autoroute 1. Exactly what they were seeing– on that bright, fall day in 1994– was something many of them would have dismissed as simply plain crazy.It had taken a…

Google, amid woes over fines and culture, still rakes in sales

Google announced second-quarter financial results on Monday. Claudia Cruz/CNET Google has faced its share of problems lately, but there’s one thing it doesn’t have to worry about: The search giant is still bringing in gobs of money. Over the past few weeks, Alphabet, Google’s parent company, has suffered through a litany of troubles. Last week,…

When AI becomes conscious: Talking with Bina48, an African-American robotic

EXECUTIVE GUIDE An executive guide to the technology and market drivers behind the $135 billion robotics market. Artist Stephanie Dinkins tells a fascinating story about her work with an AI robot made to look like an African-American woman and at times sensing some type of consciousness in the machine. Dinkins is Associate Professor of Art…

The AI transformation has actually generated a brand-new chips arms race

IBM’s POWER line. In other places AMD had self-destructed, making it basically an x86 world. And Nvidia, a late starter in the GPU space, formerly mowed down all of it many competitors in the 1990s. All of a sudden just ATI, now a part of AMD, remained. It boasted simply half of Nvidia’s prior market…