No one can seemingly escape those annoying robocalls, not even the Chair of the FCC, Ajit Pai. In the above interview, Pai indicates that robocalls are his agency’s top consumer protection priority as indicated by the record fines levied against violators (e.g. this $120M fine).
Thanks to the combination of sensors and deep learning (i.e. artificial intelligence) we have entered the era of the super-human. That was a key takeaway from Nvidia’s GPU-Tech Conference. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang termed 2015 as “a defining year for AI, the computer industry and likely for all of humanity.” Hopefully, 2015 won’t be viewed as a milestone along a path […]
Telemedicine is the kind of practical application that may make Google Glass and other wearable technologies into something revolutionary. Pristine, a company that claims to be the only company that has developed commercially available Glass-software that meets HIPPA regulations, has partnered with Wound Care Advantage (WCA) to be the first to use Google Glass to help […]
Disruption in the Smart Home It is just getting started, but there already many alternatives for the consumer to create a smart home experience. Tom Kerber of Parks Associates points out that many of the smart home developments shown at International CES are from upstart companies that have devices and don’t necessarily rely on service […]
In late August, the Milken Institute issued a provocative study, Waistlines of the World – The Effect of Information and Communications Technology on Obesity. This report looked at 27 OECD countries between the period of 1988-2009 and the impact of knowledge-based society on obesity rates in those countries. The growth of these rates are a […]