Posts Tagged ‘Software’

  • New Vision-Sharing Tech Will Literally Change How We See the World

    16.10.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on New Vision-Sharing Tech Will Literally Change How We See the World

    As this new vision-sharing technology rolls out, ordinary tasks may get easier, from giving directions to helping people locate missing items. Commercially, these applications encompass maintenance, security, and much more. That’s where AMA XpertEye comes

  • Your Surgeon Is Training with Virtual Reality

    08.08.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on Your Surgeon Is Training with Virtual Reality

    Roto VR wants to transform the way that doctors, dentists, and surgeons learn by combining virtual reality, touch feedback, and advanced simulation technology.

  • 800 Ways to Profit With Cryptos

    05.07.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on 800 Ways to Profit With Cryptos

    What a lot of people don’t understand is that cryptocurrencies are opportunities. They’re a chance, right now, for everyday investors to grab a stake in the biggest wealth creation opportunity the world has ever seen.

  • New Facial Recognition Software Can Tell If You’re a Criminal

    28.06.2017 • United KingdomComments Off on New Facial Recognition Software Can Tell If You’re a Criminal

    Facial recognition has crept up on us without much media fanfare, and considering that it’s going to be one of the biggest stories of the 21st century, that's a really big omission...

  • The Bigger It Is, the Easier It Breaks

    17.05.2017 • SwitzerlandComments Off on The Bigger It Is, the Easier It Breaks

    The business world has become so tedious that for the first time, individuals have better machines and software at home than they do at their work. This is very important, we tend to overestimate the capabilities of large organizations.

  • Why Greenspan is Right to Fear the Eurozone and TARGET 2

    06.02.2017 • Central BanksComments (0)

    Simply put, Target 2 is an accounting system that keeps a tally of what bank owes what during transfers happening between European central banks. Does it matter if those electronic euros are stored in Germany or any other country? Not unless one of the