The Henn na – Japan’s Robot Hotel

The Henn-na Hotel near Nagasaki, Japan, is an extraordinary place to be. This is a true robot hotel. After entering the front doors that open automatically you may feel you have come to another world. You will find robots behind the reception desk, robots cleaning the windows, there’s a robot cloakroom …

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Super Mario Run to come to Android soon

After the release of Super Mario Run on iOS, Nintendo is now planning to launch the game on Android as well. According to reports, the company may release the game this March. Nintendo  announced its next mobile game, Fire Emblem Heroes, as well and made it official. It announced that  …

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Meet Jia Jia – China’s first human-like robot

“Jia Jia” can hold a simple conversation and make facial expressions when asked. This life-like robot heralds a future of cyborg labor in China. Considered as China’s first human-like robot, Jia Jia was first trotted out in 2016 by a team of engineers at the University of Science and Technology …

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The Future of Mobile App Industry

App industry has matured. Though there’s still some growth to be seen — app usage is up 11% over last year, for instance — that growth is slowing. It indicates that apps have maxed out on the limited resource that is users’ time. Getting attention to a new app will …

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Self-Flying Cars – A Dream or Reality?

Flying cars have been around for over 70 years. It was Jules Verne who came up with the idea in his 1904 Master of the World novel. Then on, scores of engineers have tried to make flying cars a reality. In 1940, Henry Ford predicted that a combination of airplane and …

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JAPAN - NOVEMBER 25:  Robot Show In Tokyo, Japan On November 25, 2009 - A cooking robot named 'MOTOMAN' producted by Toyo Riki Engineering Co., Ltd - makes pancakes during International Robot Exhibition 2009, at Tokyo Big Sight.  (Photo by Katsumi KASAHARA/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)

Will Robots Take Our Jobs?

According to new reports, employers may swap out machines, using existing technology, for humans in 50 percent of today’s jobs. That’s not simply low-paying work but lot of white collar jobs too. That works out to $16 trillion in wages across the globe. The are many of barriers to these …

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