An easy-to-install hardware product can protect all devices in the home from surveillance that compromizes users security and identity.
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A new debit card is made using a rare heavy metal to remind users to save and invest with every purchase.
Our latest Tech Explained helps you understand how biometric technology works to identify someone from their handprints, fingerprints, voice or iris.
A new wearable smart coach platform for amateur soccer players uses a GPS device and app to monitor athletic performance.
A new service allows businesses and individuals to protect, control, monitor and host their own data securely on a Cloud platform.
Artificial intelligence insurance company uses shape-changing blocks to make its work tangible.
A GPS-based monitoring system aims to improve athlete performance by measuring a wide range of metrics.
A new surveillance system is being utilized to monitor students facial expressions, letting teachers know what emotions they are experiencing.
Using big data and neuroscience, a new software scales the hiring process and recruits new employees without unconscious bias.
The metro line in Brazil have installed interactive platform doors that display adverts and log commuter reactions.
Researchers are developing quantum algorithms for startups aiming to harness quantum computing power.
An automated machine learning platform can predict who is most likely to die next on Game of Thrones using an algorithm.
A new toothbrush uses blockchain technology and more to mine for coins as you brush your teeth.
Targeted at B2B marketing, operations, sales and analytics professionals, this platform offers up-to-date data and intelligence.
Researchers have developed an algorithm that can spot electricity theft with much greater accuracy.
Hivemind is a wifi-enabled ‘Fitbit for bees’, helping smaller scale or personal apiaries remotely keep track of hive health at lower costs than commercial satellite monitoring.
The Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris group of hospitals is trialling a machine learning analytics system to better manage high demand of health resources.
Predictice is an app that provides lawyers with statistics and data on the likely outcome of commercial and social disputes, based on the history of the courts.
US-based startup uses an algorithm to vet commercial lawsuits and finance those with potential for success.
OpenTraffic uses data from a ride-share service to help government agencies manage traffic flow.