Political Speech Generator

Speeches have always held a great amount of importance to garner the attention of the crowd. Since ancient times, political figures have used strong speeches to show their opinions in the minds of the public. At this time, political figures depend on speech writers for powerful speeches. While this has been the most successful way of delivering speeches so far, technology has now made it easier for creating speeches with the help of the speech generator.

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Braille Tablet Prototype Aims to Make Readers More Accessible for the Blind

A team of researchers led by Dr. Sile O’Modhrain at the University of Michigan have recently unveiled a Braille-enabled prototype tablet. If this initiative becomes a success, reading text and working with graphs will take a whole new turn for people who are suffering from sight problems. The tablet features fully refreshable pages which contain raised bumps which can be read by touch.

At this time, electronic devices that are Braille-enabled are extremely expensive. According to Dr. O Modhrain, a ...

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Top 5 Robotic Vacuums

No matter how much you try to avoid housework, there is no way around it. Apart from the regular cleaning that you do, your house often requires deep cleaning as well. With most of your time being spent in completing these chores, many of us end up with little time to ourselves. Investing in a robot vacuum can get you some free time. While these helpful droids may not be able to replace your usual vacuum cleaner or mop, it ...

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Jibo – Your Robotic Companion

Dr.Cynthia Breazeal has worked relentlessly for the past 20 years to create emotionally engaging machines. Her creations include robots that have had more charisma than the usual robotic technology that we have seen. Her creations include Huggable which is a robot teddy bear and pointy-eared Kismet which has big eyes and red lips. Nexi is also created by Breazeal and it has a cute baby-face with beautiful blue eyes. Breazeal has spent a lot of time and effort in creating ...

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MinecraftEdu–Microsoft Boosts Student Engagement

Microsoft’s Minecraft has been a popular game since its launch in 2009. The game has sold 22 million copies and is one of the best-selling PC games. The game started getting the attention of children when it launched its mobile version. The tech giant is now planning to launch the game in the education market. Microsoft plans to release MinecraftEdu this summer. It is a modified version of the game which has been altered for classroom use.

MinecraftEdu was developed by ...

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Google Expeditions – Virtual Reality Hits the Classroom

The ubiquitous nature of technology has made us embrace the new ways in which technology makes our lives more comfortable. While our workplace and homes have been highly influenced by the tech revolution, schools are gradually picking up pace as well. With the help of technology, students can now virtually explore different places on the earth where the good old school bus won’t be able to take them. Google has launched Google Expeditions which is a program through which ...

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Inventor Builds a Drinking Robot Buddy

Drink with friends, and you can call it a party. Drink alone and you will find yourself in a depressingly lonely situation. This is exactly what South Korean inventor Eunchan Park felt like when he sat down to drink without company. As the inventor remembers the Christmas of 2012 when he drank all by himself, he said, “Drinking alone was definitely terrible! So I couldn’t drink any more”. So Park put an additional glass of Soju in front of him ...

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Tensorflow – Google Brain Open Sourced

Artificial intelligence takes the highway to technological advancements as Google makes TensorFlow open source. TensorFlow was used by Google in many of the features and Google products. Some examples are Google Photos which return results to you by recognizing a place or objects in a photograph. Google’s voice recognition app and Google translate are other products that use TensorFlow.

How does it Work?

TensorFlow is an advanced version of DistBelief which was created by Google in 2011. DisBelief used machine learning to ...

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The Iconic R2D2 Gets Wings

Star Wars has taken over the internet with the latest movie Star Wars: The Force Awakens. The popular science fiction series has been garnering a lot of attention for the better part of the year as Star Wars fans awaited the latest movie.

The very popular R2D2 has made it to the news a few times as well. This time, the robot has been transformed into a fully functional drone by cinematographer Donny Melara in conjunction with LA-based photography firm, ...

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Santa Sleigh Gets a Facelift – Reindeer Retire and Robots Take Their Place

The overwhelming presence of technology in our lives can sometimes be unsettling. If you have been reading stories about Santa and his reindeer to the kids Boston Dynamics is here to change the way children look at Santa’s beautiful sleigh. The American engineering firm which develops technology for the US military has turned some of its robots into reindeer by adding fluffy antlers.

The Google-based firm is known for its ground-breaking technology used for the US military designing robots that ...

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