Interested in, and writing about the following: 

Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality, Biotechnology, Blockchain, Cleantech, Consumer Electronics, Cryptocurrencies, Cybersecurity, Education, Energy, Enterprise Software, Fintech, Health tech, Industrial Internet & IoT, Internet of Things (IoT), Machine-to-Machine (M2M), Manufacturing tech & Materials, Med tech & Pharma, Mobile, On-demand Services, Retail tech, Robotics, Space Technology, Supply Chain, Electronics Supply Chain, Logistics, Transport & Automotive, Electric and Autonomous Vehicles, Aerospace tech, Smart Cities, Travel, Virtual Reality, Wearable Technology. 

Find below just a few samples of articles I have written on those topics. 

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Artificial Intelligence Creates a New Generation of Machine Learning

Headquartered in Silicon Valley with offices in Shanghai and Hangzhou in China, Inc. is growing rapidly. We sat down with the company's Founder and CEO to talk about AI that creates AI, and how automation is going to affect jobs in the future. Originally a chemist, Yiwen Huang, PhD, ended up working in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) 23 years ago when doing research using AI to identify molecular structures in chemicals. "I found the world of machine learning and c

Hanson Robotics Creates Little Sophia to Teach STEM and AI to Children

Hanson Robotics' Little Sophia is Sophia the Robot's little sister. Little Sophia, a human-like miniature version of Sophia is a new kind of STEM, AI, and coding learning companion for ages 7+ individuals and a great tool for teachers and schools. Hanson Robotics is a multiple award-winning AI and robotics company based in Hong Kong that creates empathetic, living, intelligent humanoid robots with embedded state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence that are designed to colive, cowork, educate, an

Formula 1: Fully Immersive 360-Degree Virtual Reality Application

Sixty-nine years ago, on May 13, 1950, an estimated 200,000 spectators travelled to the Silverstone circuit in England to attend the first race of the Formula One World Championship Grand Prix. The race winner was Italian Giuseppe (Nino) Farina. That year, in 1950, Nino Farina and his team, Alfa Romeo, became the first official Formula One world champion with a total of 30 points. He also won the podium in 1937, 1938, and 1939. Tragically, in 1966, Nino Farina lost control of his Lotus Cortina

Artificial Intelligence and the Fear of the Unknown

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is one of the hot trends in 2019. As we approach 2020, the AI market is projected to reach $70 billion by then, according to the GSMA. The innovation that AI brings to industry, businesses, and consumers is almost tangible. The new decade is going to be enhanced with more automation everywhere and robotics powered by AI. Yet, there is a lot of hype and hysteria around the future of Artificial Intelligence and how humans will need to adapt and get used to co-living

Nokia and Intel's 5G Powers Immersive VR Spiderman Multiplayer Experience

The gaming industry once again is going to be delighted with the possibilities that low-latency 5G technology brings. 5G is advancing the capabilities of Virtual Reality (VR) to deliver truly immersive experiences in a way that 4G can't. At this year's, Nokia and Intel let attendees become Spiderman with the new Spiderman: Far from Home VR experience powered by 5G. The game was specially dedigned for MWC attendees in advance to the release of Sony Pictures' Spiderman: Far from Home in July 2019

SEAT and IBM Revolutionize Urban Mobility with Artificial Intelligence.

MWC Barcelona is delighting attendees with many great exciting announcements in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) space. Headquartered in Martorell, Barcelona, SEAT is a member of the Volkswagen Group and one of Europe’s biggest car manufacturers. Along with IBM, SEAT announced today the development of a new solution designed to transform driving in smart cities. SEAT is the only company that designs, develops, manufactures, and markets automobiles in Spain. Recently at MWC Barcelona, SEAT also

A Brief History of Printed Money

When you read in the news about countries becoming completely cashless as soon as 2023; perhaps you wonder how human civilization goes from the invention of printed paper money to not using money at all. SEE ALSO: SWEDEN: HOW TO LIVE IN THE WORLD'S FIRST CASHLESS SOCIETY Because Sweden is expected to become the world's first cashless society by March 2023, there is also a lot of talk around the beginning of money, how money was invented, when it was invented, who actually invented it. And how

Sweden: World's First Cashless Society

How is a country becoming the world's first cashless society? Sweden, one of the most technologically advanced nations on the planet, is leading the way. Sweden is expected to become the world's first cashless society by March 2023. By then, cash will not be accepted any longer as a means of payment in Sweden. SEE ALSO: A BRIEF HISTORY OF PRINTED MONEY Sweden has always been one of the first countries in embracing new technologies. There is a tradition in Sweden about being the first. This is

MWC19 Barcelona (Formerly Mobile World Congress): What to Expect and What You Should Know

There is already a lot of expectation in the industry as MWC19 Barcelona (formerly Mobile World Congress) organized by the GSMA quickly approaches. From February 25 to 28 the world-class event will be staged at Fira Gran Via, Fira Montjuic, and La Farga L'Hospitalet in Barcelona, Spain. The GSMA is preparing to receive over 107,000 professionals from over 200 countries and territories, representing a wide range of industry sectors. In addition, over 2,400 leading companies from the mobile ecosy

Deutsche Telekom Introduces Innovative nuSIM for IoT

This year, we are going to see a lot of hot news and trends coming from broadband and mobile service providers at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. MWC is held in the Catalan city at the Fira Gran Via from 25th to 28th of February 2019. One of the most innovative service providers, Deutsche Telekom, is going to be presenting its latest developments for the Internet of Things (IoT), nuSIM, one of many solutions the German company is offering around the future digital society. Intern

Medellin Becomes A Fourth Industrial Revolution Network's Affiliate Center

The Fourth Industrial Revolution, also called Industry 4.0, is "the age in which scientific and technological breakthroughs are disrupting industries, blurring geographical boundaries, challenging existing regulatory frameworks, and even redefining what it means to be human," according to a whitepaper published by the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network in December 2018. As part of the global Industry 4.0 strategy, the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution Network has sele

Engineering Technology Trends to Watch in 2019

The year 2019 is going to be more about the evolution of the existing technologies than about innovation. For years now we have been talking about all what is going to happen in 2020. Now, less than a year away, we can say that the future is here to stay. Major engineering technology trends are going to be visible throughout 2019. Rapid change is going to characterize the technological trends impacting engineering and manufacturing in 2019. At the same time, the industry is going to see a conti

Engineers Should Master Soft Skills for a Successful Career

Engineering is one of the most exciting fields today. New college graduates are going to see great changes and must be prepared to be a fundamental part of the change. And the demands in terms of skills required are intensifying as we speak. Most engineering job descriptions today include some soft skills. If they are not explicitly mentioned, though, they are implied in the context of the job description. In the next few years, some new and emerging technologies such as Artificial Intelligenc

VR and Holographic Technology Make The Star Trek Holodeck A Reality

Holographic technology has been maturing rapidly in the past few years. The Star Trek holodeck, or Holographic Environment Simulator (HES) might not be too far into the future. Holography is based on the principle of interference. Holograms capture the interference pattern between two or more beams of coherent laser light. A hologram is a photographic recording of a light field. This is used to display a three-dimensional image of the holographic subject. Holograms can be seen without the aid

IBM's New Artificial Intelligence Can Make Humans Better Decision Makers

According to IBM Research, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has the potential to make humans listen better to other points of view, think, reflect, and reason better. Hence, humans can make more informed decisions based on a deeper understanding and analysis of a given topic. In other words, AI can help humans become more aware of different perspectives and their valuable contribution to a discussion. This broader vision can enable better actionable decisions. IBM Research began its work on Projec

Betting on Brexit: Gamblers Predicted Brexit before Financial Traders

The study, The behaviour of betting and currency markets on the night of the EU referendum, conducted by researchers from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge, England, used big data and machine learning technology to show how financial markets lagged behind in getting the right results on European Union (EU) referendum night --also called the Brexit night. Researchers from the Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge studied the behaviors of the Betfair betting ma

IoT and Cyber Risk: Establishing Communication between the CISO and the Risk Manager

The fast-growing world of the Internet of Things (IoT) has made possible smarter homes, connected cars, and smarter cities. However, all this technological development brings cyber risk with it. At this year's CES, AIG and other risk experts discussed how devices meant to improve lives and business operations have made us more vulnerable to cyber attacks at the same time. The panel discussion, part of the Consumer Electronics 2019 (CES) Research Summit in Las Vegas, was made up by Glenn Gerste

Raspberry Pi and Arduino DIY Electronics Projects Community to Sparkle Your Creativity

Since its launch in January 2018, Electromaker has experienced tremendous growth in the short time it has been around, says Richard Elliot, Editor-in-Chief at Electromaker. Electromaker was started to give DIY enthusiasts and hardware hobbyists a platform to share their projects with the world. "Our mission is to unite the global maker community so that makers worldwide can learn, share, and collaborate on exciting hardware projects," Richard tells Interesting Engineering. We met Richard at Sl

Living the Smart Life: The Evolution of Today's Consumer

The global market for consumer electronics had a six percent increase is sales by the end of the year 2018, according to GfK researchers. GfK predicts growth of around four percent for 2019. GfK sees potential in smart devices equipped with upmarket features and integrated voice assistants. Quality over quantity is more valued and required by customers. According to Markus Kick, a GfK expert in consumer electronics, "manufacturers need to stay abreast of the trend towards premium devices and,

CES 2019: Trends to Watch

New technologies will occupy the consumer landscape while we approach the Data Age in 2020. Before the Consumer Electronics Show 2019 (CES) officially opens its doors to over 182,000 global attendees, Interesting Engineering got warmed up with a magnificent summary of the impactful trends, next big things, and disruptive innovations that are going to shape and redefine the consumer electronics industry in 2019. Held each year in Las Vegas, CES is owned and produced by the Consumer Technology A
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