Following the smart homes and cars with artificial intelligent thanks to rapidly developing and advancing technology, now it is time fort he hotels with artificial intelligence. One of the first companies that comes to mind when it comes to online shopping, Alibaba carried out a giant Project in Hangzhou. Having opened its first artificial intelligent supported hotel, called FlyZoo, the Chinese company aims to facilitate the life of hotel customers thanks to the Technologies used in this respect. Offering an unusual experience such as doors opened with face scan, oral assistants in the rooms, autonomous robots performing the service, this hotel brings a new dimension in technology. It is an object of curiosity if we could see in different cities this technological hotel, which is present only in China at the moment.
One of the first brands that springs to minds when it comes to headset and sound equipment, Bose provides a more convenient and quality sleep thanks to its recent earphones, called as Sleepbuds. The headset, which can prevent the disturbing sounds around, unfortunately lacks a feature to listen to music. It is connected to the telephone via Bluetooth but it can only be used with the application, called Bose Sleep. While the program gives you any and all information, it also helps you to go to sleep easily thanks to the several relaxing voices, offered therewith. And the carrying pouch, equipped with the headset also serves a function to charge your headset.
Some news arrived from Queensland University while new methods are sought for cancer treatment today. In the study by scientists, performing several researches, it is indicated that the DNA of cancer cells regardless of type they are "abandoned to the gravity force of gold more strongly." Producing a new test and starting the trial process, scientists demonstrated that cancerous DNA change it color. It was stated that this test, in which more than 200 trials were made, could detect cancer up to a truth extent of 90%. With respect to the study, published in more detail in "Nature Communications" magazine, it was envisaged that it should be studied for a while before it is used on the patients.
The drones, which have been very popular to take photos and videos recently, are now on the way for another purpose. Designed by LIFT Aircraft company, Hexa has a feature to be controlled from the ground in cases of emergency in order to prevent the potential threats just as it can be easily folded thanks to the joystick, incorporated therein. It is anticipated that the single-seater electrical aircraft that is currently used only during the daytime would be used in near future as an air taxi for city transportation. This giant drone with 18 propellers can stay in the air for 15 minutes and it can lift a weight of up to 250 kilograms. It will be possible to use drone helicopters for which pilot license is not required for now, after the training, provided only for one hour with virtual reality simulator.
Scientists in the University of British Columbia have developed a technique that transforms the blood into the A, B, and AB group, to O Rh (-) blood group. Withers said they found the source they were looking for in the bacteria at the human intestine. Withers also stated that they took 20 thousand different DNA samples from the human excrement intestine bacteria. They discovered a new class of enzymes that are good for sucroclastic. Withers pointed out that this high level of efficiency would mean fewer enzymes needed in the blood conversion process, which means lower production costs and, more importantly, less filtration after the transfusion.
Three-dimensional scanning results of the retina to detect dozens of common eye disease software was developed by dint of collaboration of Google's artificial intelligence company DeepMind, in London. This software, which is not yet ready for service, is planned to be used in hospitals within a few years. According to scientists, this development is described as seminal-work. DeepMind's head Mr. Mustafa Süleyman stated at the press conference that he was excited about the project and its results, and that this research would create a major transformation in the diagnosis, trea
Vertical Aerospace, based in the UK, aims to launch flying taxis in 2022, which can drive up to 300 kilometers per hour. The company developed a single-passenger taxi model, which is currently at a distance of 160 kilometers. However, this distance is expected to reach up to 500 kilometers with the development of flying taxis. Thus, it will be possible to go to Edinburgh, the capital of Scots, which is the most used route from London, or Paris, the capital of France. The company has been planning to complete the shortcomings of the vehicle and obtain the necessary permits within 4 years. The vehicle, which can drive vertically up and down without the need for a runway, is expected to reduce the load at airports and save passengers from the long procedures in air transport.
WeWALK smart cane, designed for the visually impaired by YGA (Young Guru Academy) and Vestel engineers contain high-end technologies such as gyroscope, acceleration-gauge, compass, vibration motors, microprocessor, touchpad, microphone, speaker and Bluetooth. Powerful rechargeable battery is offered in the hardware as constant for long-term usage. The concept design of the product belongs to YGA, which has been producing technologies for the Visually Impaired for over 10 years.
Turkey's first domestic and national base station, "ULAK" is put into service in a ceremony in Kars, with honorable participation of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Ahmet Arslan. Arslan said in the ceremony held for entry into service of ULAK that the future will be more meaningful together with the era of information and communication and that with this consciousness it is worked hard to boost the communication sector and move our country to the top of list for this sector.
Asus' new smart watch, Vivowatch BP, offers 28 days of battery life and real-time health-related data and extremely high-end features for its price. Asus's new smart watch with a thick frame and considerable weight due to its extra sensors can measure internal blood pressure. According to Asus's announcement, Vivowatch BP is made of materials compared to the quality of medical equipment. However, the smart watch is 70% smaller and 50% lighter than standard wrist sphygmomanometers (blood pressure monitors).
Philip Frenzel, a German engineering student, has made a search to prevent crashes smartphones due to falling. Frenzel designed a mechanism that acts more or less like a mobile airbag. The solution called AD (active damping case) detects that your handset is in free fall and then releases springs to make the phone bounces on the surface, damping the impact. Frenzel, still studying at Aalen University in Germany, was awarded a prize at the German Mechatronics Club for this mobile airbag case project.
Call for Code, an initiative recently founded by IBM, is taking action for societal issues. Over five years, Call for Code aims to invest $ 30 million in projects that will solve societal issues such as natural disasters and accordingly brings startup, academic and enterprise developers together. The Call for Code brings developers together and inspire them to develop new application for helping individuals and the masses to be more prepared for natural disasters. For example, an application could be developed that would allow developers to predict where and when a possible earthquake disaster could have the most severe impact, with the purpose of ensuring that emergency staff can intervene casualties in the fastest way possible.
Seabin, which is designed as a garbage box that takes all the wastes in the sea automatically inside, began to provide services by being downloaded in water in different parts of the world. With the help of this technology which is developed by two Australian surfers Andrew Turton and Pete Ceqlinski, all kinds of wastes, garbage, fuel, detergents and other undesired particulars that are on the sea surface are being automatically cleaned.
Air Defense Robot (HSR) which is created by the students of Selcuk University in Konya and which can be controlled by means of mobile phone software, can be destroyed with a rocket after detecting the threatening particulars in the air.
It is stated that DNA nanorobots which are developed in China can be a point of turn regarding cancer treatments. Nanorobots which are 5 thousand times smaller than a needle head, can detect a tumor as they are released in the bloodstream and they can start operating. Nanorobots which inject thrombin enzyme to the tumor for causing blood coagulation and for forming a fibrous texture, block the path to be fed through the blood and they leave cancer cells into starvation. Nanorobots which fight with cancer in this way, enable for tumors to shrink in weeks of time.
Spire Health Tag is a technological product that can be worn.This thin and small devices enable to get information about your health as you attach it to the clothing which you often wear. The product which you can attach either to your underwear or to clothing which you wear on your daily life, gathers information relating to your breathing and it can measure your level of worrying.