It is no secret Amazon is looking to dominate every industry in every way. They are dominating the home AI market with a plethora of Alexa devices. Amazon is taking a shot at grocery with their purchase of Whole Foods. Now Amazon is delving further into fashion apparel with their Echo Look. Amazon quietly released their Echo Look in April
On October 19, 2017, the Wireless Technology Forum convened to discuss ‘Enabling Education with Wireless,’ with representatives from high school, university, county, and the startup community. The panel identified areas of opportunities but were grounded in the challenges of technology in education. Here are the top Challenges and Opportunities of Enabling Education with Wireless.
Wireless devices are creating enormous bandwidth requirements at all
FutureXLive was a one day conference created by Moxie to explore the possibilities of emerging technologies in the fields of Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), Mixed Reality (MR), Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Brain-Machine interfaces. Thank you Dan Smigrod for the opportunity to attend as your guest on October 5, 2017. This inaugural conference featured an all-star lineup of international and local speakers including:
I looked forward to Alexa Dev Day in Atlanta for months, and I was not disappointed! Alexa Dev Day is a free one-day workshop to teach Alexa Skill building direct from Amazon. Check out the current Alexa Dev Day schedule here. Alexa Dev Day held in Atlanta on September 19, 2017 was marketed as an “Introductory” level course. Everyone was welcome. Attendees
Yesterday: Your Father’s Robot
Artificial Intelligence (AI) was simply automation. Programming a robot to perform the same action repeatedly, or a specific set of actions if a pre-defined set of parameters are met.
Meet “Shakey” – the world’s first artificial intelligence robot.
Today: Meet Honda Asimo Robot
Asimo has been in development by Honda since early 2000s as a “Jetson’s maid, Rosie” type robot
Internet of Things (IoT), started “buzzing” over a decade ago, when technologists began discussing connecting our refrigerators and washers to the Internet. Today IoT is about connected devices, monitoring, monetizing big data, artificial intelligence, virtual/augmented/mixed reality, manufacturing, transportation, smart cities, and much more.
Last week, Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) hosted Georgia’s 2nd annual IoT Symposium, in partnership with co-chairs, Dan
I had the pleasure of visiting the Mercedes-Benz Stadium on September 4, 2017 for the Chick-fil-a Kickoff game between Tennessee and Georgia Tech. My seats were on the main level, in section 103 as part of my Georgia Tech season ticket holder package. At the Atlanta Mobile Marketing Organization meeting last week, Dave Beck, Foundry45, called Mercedes-Benz Stadium possibly the
From Winning a Hackathon to Judging a Hackathon
Last November, I posted my journey of entering and winning the MobilityLIVE Hackathon.
Less than a week later, I judged HackATL at Emory University. That’s where I met Annemarie Stockinger; she led her team to a win at HackATL with their personal safety device. Annemarie is currently launching her first Kickstarter