Why Bluetooth remains an ‘unusually painful’ technology after two decades – CNN

ABI Research estimates that 5 billion Bluetooth-enabled devices will ship to consumers this year, with that figure expected to rise to 7 billion by 2026. Bluetooth is now in everything from smartphones to refrigerators to lightbulbs, allowing a growing number of products to connect to each other seamlessly — sometimes.

Despite its pervasiveness, the technology is still prone to headache-induci…….

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Tianjin encourages transformation into technology powerhouse – PR Newswire

Holding the World Intelligence Congress for the sixth time in a row, Tianjin has been promoting cutting-edge technology exchanges and making every effort to build a pioneering city of artificial intelligence, to optimize and upgrade industries and improve overall productivity.

“By holding intelligent tech-themed conferences that are high-end, international, professional and market-orien…….

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Iterative Scopes appoints new chief technology officer – Mass Device

[Image from Iterative Scopes]Iterative Scopes announced today that it appointed Aditya Khosla to its leadership team as the company’s chief technology officer.

The Cambridge, Massachusetts–based developer of artificial intelligence-based precision medicine for gastroenterology also added Khosla to its board of directors.

“We are thrilled to welcome Dr. Khosla to the Iterative Scope…….

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Technology is shaping learning in higher education – McKinsey

The COVID-19 pandemic forced a shift to remote learning overnight for most higher-education students, starting in the spring of 2020. To complement video lectures and engage students in the virtual classroom, educators adopted technologies that enabled more interactivity and hybrid models of online and in-person activities. These tools changed learning, teaching, and assessment in ways t…….

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Yokogawa and Docomo Successfully Conduct Test of Remote Control Technology Using 5G, Cloud, and AI – ARC Advisory Group

Yokogawa Electric Corporation and NTT Docomo, Inc. announced that they have conducted a proof-of-concept test (PoC) of a remote control technology for industrial processing. The PoC test involved the use in a cloud environment of an autonomous control AI, the Factorial Kernel Dynamic Policy Programming (FKDPP) algorithm developed …….

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