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- Drones Used to Deliver Clinical Laboratory Specimens in Switzerland | Dark Daily
- Four-Armed Marimba Robot Uses Deep Learning to Compose Its Own Music – IEEE Spectrum
- Why NotPetya Kept Me Awake (& You Should Worry Too) | tisiphone.net
- First Map-Based Car Navigation System Debuted 14 Years Before GPS – IEEE – The Institute
- Why Georgia Tech Built a Tarzan Robot That Swings Around on Wires – IEEE Spectrum
- This Hard-to-Destroy Drone Goes From Rigid to Flexible When It Crashes – IEEE Spectrum
- Exhale and Drink Up! [Researchers accidentally turn carbon dioxide into ethanol]
- Frightening!–Hackers Remotely Kill a Jeep on the Highway
- Great Book: Tim Cole, Ossi Urchs—Digital Enlightenment Now!
- New Exoskeleton Lets Paraplegic Walk
- Smart Cane with Facial Recognition and GPS
- Swiss ICT Awards 2014: The Winners
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- Frightening how elections are being influenced by Big Money. See the Guardian article "Follow the data" tinyurl.com/lwgexby -- 5 months ago
- Big Brother im 21. Jahrhundert: Diese Firma weiss, was Sie denken bazonline.ch/25805157 -- 10 months ago
- From MIT, crowdsourcing a response to Ebola bostonglobe.com/business/2014/… via @BostonGlobe -- 2 years ago
- I’m going to "Lift Basel Conference"! Who’s joining? amiando.com/vi/MWVUSFD via @xingevents_gmbh -- 2 years ago
- RT @maemst: Genial: @OpenELEC, @swiss_geoportal, @Liip's Symfony CMF und Kern Sibbald @baculasystems gewinnen @CH_OSS_Awards 2014 http://t.… -- 3 years ago
Tag Archives: Open source
For several years I have had the honor to have been serving in the jury for the Swiss Open Source Awards. This year the decision was a tough one. Entries were interesting and mature. But the jury had to come … Continue reading
By Ryan Paul | Published about a month ago A group of researchers at Georgia Tech have created a new piece of software called BrailleTouch that allows users to type on a smartphone without looking at the screen. It takes … Continue reading
From eHealthServer.com: Robotics experts at the University of California, Santa Cruz and the University of Washington (UW) have completed a set of seven advanced robotic surgery systems for use by major medical research laboratories throughout the United States. After a round … Continue reading
The Open Source Business Foundation e.V., the European network for the Open Source Industry, just launched an “Open Cloud Business Initiative” (OCBI). The goal of the OCBI is to promote the principle of openness, which is responsible for the success … Continue reading
Vieri del Bianco, Luigi Lavazza, Sandro Morasca, and Davide Taibi published a survey on Open Software Trustworthiness. Computing Now | October 2011 | What’s New | A Survey on Open Source Software Trustworthiness. They write: “Over the past few years, … Continue reading