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AI scientists in China use self-learning to train a neural net to train itself
A clever folding design could save flood victims valuable time in emergency situations.
A new user-friendly app aims to overcome social barriers by helping those with a visual impairment distinguish between bank notes, read menus, and access the news independently.
Researchers have created an angle difference method to improve road safety and navigation while driving.
A long-haul carrier has introduced a series of yoga and meditation videos for use before, during and after a flight for increased passenger wellbeing.
Expensive burials in Hong Kong have led an entrepreneur to adopt virtual reality technology to celebrate the deceased.
Hong Kong city has found an innovative way to promote their Old Town Central area.
Polar Seal has developed lightweight heating pads integrated within garments, controlled via buttons on the wrist, that heat up within 10 seconds.
The ORII wearable allows users to take calls, send quick messages and access voice assistants with a simple touch on their ear.
MIT has developed the WiGait, a picture-sized sensor that can determine the speeds and walking patterns of people walking past it, without any wearables.
Hong Kong’s Anicorn Watches has recently smashed another Kickstarter campaign, this time to launch its Trio of Time project.
Hong Kong operation Tink Labs launches a new smartphone service for hotels so guests get unlimited free calls, texts and web access.
In Hong Kong, police are adopting 3D printing to help inform witness statements and and courtroom proceedings.
Biometric design experts Fplife have introduced the Lockbook, a notebook and personal organizer secured by the fingerprint of the owner.
Because taste and smell alters at high altitude, the Hong Kong Brewing Company is brewing the Betsy beer for distribution on long-haul Cathay Pacific flights.
A creative agency in Hong Kong have created a way of making jewellery that is based on a person’s unique heartbeat.
All recreation and education activities at Hong Kong’s T.PARK are powered by the on-site waste-to-energy treatment plant.
Moodbox is an emotionally intelligent speaker system that uses artificial intelligence to learn to pick the best music.
LIVIN farms have developed a countertop nest for cultivating edible mealworms that will feast on leftovers.
The Hong Kong branch of Rigby and Peller is using a smart fitting room mirror to help customers work out their ideal bra size.
Mono is a range of 3D printed nylon spectacles, with variable parts, that can be adapted to fit every face perfectly.