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Portland State University’s Personal computer Science degree culminates in a capstone program that matches teams of students with industry sponsors for a six-month application engineering project. We had the privilege of working with Nash-Keller Media on … Read more
WebVR holds the key to the future of VR content access – immediate gratification without any downloads or installs. Or, at least we consider so! We’re creating a multi-platform digital game subscription service known as Jump that delivers native web … Read more
Researchers at Washington State University are employing concepts from animal instruction to help non-professional customers teach robots how to do desired tasks.
The researchers lately presented their work at the international Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems conference.
As robots become
If you’re a footloose creative soul searching for a more affordable and friendly space than a typical rented or home office, coworking could work for you.
Coworking spaces are popping up in cities all around the world. They allow … Read more
The ubiquitous Chat Bot popping up on sites asking if you want help has turn into common on a lot of internet sites. We dismiss, we engage, but do we trust the algorithm that is aiding our knowledge? Giving us … Read more
Private side projects are a cornerstone of inventive growth and discovery. Even though they may possibly not usually outcome in economic gain, the long-term positive aspects are usually significantly far more beneficial. Rewards such as personal development, creative exploration … Read more
Telemedicine, which enables physicians to communicate, diagnose and even treat their patients remotely is on the rise thanks to advances in info technologies. It makes it possible for healthcare workers to securely monitor individuals in inaccessible parts of the world … Read more
I’m confident you have heard the proverb, “A chain is only as strong as its weakest hyperlink,” most likely several times. Its written origin dates back to the 18th century, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it was considerably, … Read more