With so much stuff around on 3D Printing, we pick out three insights into the possibilities this new technology opens up.
Cognitive computing aims to create computer hardware and software that works like our brains. We explain this concept by looking at what IBM is doing in this area.
We focus on cognitive computing, a key step to creating technology more intelligent than us. These are computers that can learn and understand not just calculate. It’s not science fiction, these systems are here, now.
3D printing is doing everything from personalised phone covers to repairing the Great Barrier Reef. We look at what it means for you.
Forget about the NSA spying on you, what about your neighbours? How would you feel if they had their own spy drone?
This week’s Brain Food explains “The Internet of Things”. It’s a buzzword cropping up all over the place. We look at what it is and what it means for us.
This week’s Brain Food explains Moore’s Law. This ‘law’ underpins a lot of thinking behind the predictions of our technology becoming more intelligent than us and when it might happen.