Hollywood does a lot of things well. It makes us suspend belief for a few hours and immerses us into worlds and characters that we end up growing up with and form an attachment too. It’s also equally good at making really bad real world comparisons. Especially when it comes to computers and ‘hacking‘. Here’s
It has a variety of sensors, including depth cameras, a solid state gyro (IMU) and proprioception sensors in the limbs. These sensors help with navigation and mobile manipulation. SpotMini performs some tasks autonomously, but often uses a human for high-level guidance.
Your alarm wakes you up, your coffee maker has already made your morning brew, your fitness monitor tracks the steps you’re taking, you grudgingly know your phone will remind you about your morning meeting, your traffic alerts flow in the minute you start your car (bonus points if it’s a Tesla), your car pool is
There’s nothing more beautiful than precision, and the world of F1 racing is known to always take precision very seriously.
Pit stops are a work of beauty, a team of a dozen or so men working in absolute synchronized movements to get something done precisely fast.
Watch the latest pit stop done in 1.92 seconds!
For $26.2 billion. That’s an impressive buy out for Linkedin and an expanding reach for Microsoft. As the press release states: Over the past year, the company has launched a new version of its mobile app that has led to increased member engagement; enhanced the LinkedIn newsfeed to deliver better business insights; acquired a leading