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A new e-ink keyboard can be customised for individual users to allow for more flexible ways of working.
In its early stage of development, a new evolutionary ultrasound system allows women to regularly monitor for abnormalities in their breast at home.
New AI music software allows anyone to compose, customize and produce original music content.
A new app uses Snapchat to create high quality AR images of restaurant menu items to enhance the food ordering process.
Using big data and neuroscience, a new software scales the hiring process and recruits new employees without unconscious bias.
Researchers at a university in Lithuania have developed software that lets pilots know if conditions will result in a compromized takeoff.
A new startup is developing AI software that can analyse and anticipate human reactions for autonomous driving.
A platform for medical professionals streamlines uploading datasets using AI to entrain image recognition diagnostics.
Researchers have developed software that helps computers understand human body movements and poses.
Researchers from Tel Aviv University have created a software that can automatically animate a still subject on a single photo.
An ecosystem of hardware and software is simplifying the programming and development of robotics functionality.
An online made-to-order clothing shop allows customers to create bespoke clothing and see the effect in real-time.
A new software could see cars driving themselves off the assembly line and through the logistics chain.
Cryptography researchers have developed a way to encrypt data so that ride-sharing companies cannot see where their riders have been.
US-based Neurala hopes the AI-powered surveillance technology will help protect endangered species.
In Latvia, a new software helps educators learn from insights that go beyond grades by surveying students, families and teachers.
Development company created the VRidge software and app to stream virtual reality games from a computer to a smartphone.
EyeVerify takes the prints of eyes and turns the microfeatures, such as veins, into an encryption, providing yet another method for biometric security.
Recruitment software uses personality analysis algorithms to suggest how well potential recruits will fit a team.
MyndPlay lets users determine movies’ outcomes themselves using just the power of their thoughts.