I just returned from the University of Southern California’s Body Computing conference, held in Los Angeles. The one-day event was led by Dr. Leslie Saxon, and focuses on mobile devices that can assist physicians and patients. It was also a great exchange about how the medical industry views technology. Against the backdrop of the nation’s health-care debate, panelists discussed the possibilities, risks, and opportunities offered by technology to doctors, patients, and society at large. … [Read more...] about Body Computing Is a Glimmer of Hope in the Health-Care Chasm
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Popular actor Vipin Sharma, who currently garnering a lot of appreciation for his role in the much talked about web series Paatal Lok has recently featured in a music video Phir Haath Milayenge, written and directed by Suman Adhikary. Suman has also penned and composed the song. … [Read more...] about Vipin Sharma Features In Phir Haath Milayenge That Unites Everyone In The Times Of COVID_19!
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He said the translation softwares in the market are either slow or expensive, or rely on old technology which does not allow scaling to another markets outside country of origin. "By comparison, we offer a compellingly fast, easy, comfortable and economical solution," Bondar said. Showcased in the Netherlands recently, the app can be used on multiple devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops, or PCs. It can translate as quick as the person speaks, translate any sign language and can be plugged into many products, such as video chat applications, AI assistants, etc. The pocket interpreter for the deaf relies on superior new technology: AI and neural networks. All the translation happens in the cloud. It just requires a camera on the device facing the signing person, and a connection to the internet, said Bondar. "Using only camera on your device, our system provides the same services only an experienced sign language interpreter could do," he said. "All the translation is … [Read more...] about Meet the new Google translator: An AI app that converts sign language into text, speech
By Priya Anand and Olga Kharif Amazon.com Inc. faces a crucial test on Wednesday with the release of its first original big-budget video game. The reception from homebound gamers will signal whether the company can become a force in a $159-billion global industry dominated by the likes of Microsoft Corp. and Activision Blizzard Inc. Crucible is a free-to-play PC game in which teams hunt down opponents and creatures on a distant planet. Amazon plans to start selling another game in August. Called New World, it will put players on a mysterious island where they will battle one another and hunt. The company is also working on The Lord of The Rings game and some unannounced projects. Crucible will make money by selling digital merchandise as well as seasonal battle passes. New World should fetch $40 for a standard edition and $50 for a deluxe version, including additional in-game items and a digital art book. “There’s tremendous room for invention in games,” says Mike … [Read more...] about Amazon’s first major video game is here after several false starts
Their Twitter Twist: They will host #GG24 – Go Global September 24-30. “One of our key partners and supporters, Henie Reizinger (@HennArtOnline) is hosting a 24-hour video show via U-Stream. This will be in conjunction with 24 one-hour special sponsorship/advertising packages that will be available to bid for on eBay. This is to have a bit of fun and to complement the great worldwide concert series that Mark Lovett (@GlobalPatriot) put together in San Diego, London, and Stockholm for our supported charity this month, Doctors Without Borders,” says Brown. … [Read more...] about Tweet, Tweet, Ka-Ching: Twitter is Changing the Way Nonprofits Make the Ask