The Alsatian Summary at the CES 2019

  From 8 to 11 January 2019, in Las Vegas took place the Consumer Electronic Show (CES). This exhibition is the most important, its concerns all new innovations and technologies which can emerge soon. This year, at CES, about 4,500 companies from 150 countries were exposed. From these 4,500 companies,…

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When Black mirror bee robots become a reality

And if pollinator drones replaced endangered bees ? Like the Black Mirror series and its episode "Virtual Hate" on bee drones, the disappearance of bees is not a fiction. The population of bees continues to decline. The solutions to save them remain insufficient and are slowly being put in place.…

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Prevent crimes thanks to AI

It is thanks to artificial intelligence and its multiple performances that police in the UK has decided to fight crime. The New Scientist confirmed that the British police will develop a system called the National Data Analytics Solution (NDAS) from this year onwards. This device, combining both artificial intelligence and…

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The hour of hologram rang

Innovation is limitless. United States : In museums and during concerts, holograms are everywhere. A hologram results from the interference between two laser beams that reproduce a raised image of an object or a person. Conferences take place with the hologram of Ronald Reagan, former president, result of 4 years of…

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GANs : How machines train their brains

One way, humans learn is through playing and competing, the same can be said of machines. In 2014, Ian Goodfellow came up with the idea of Generative Adversarial Networks. The basic principle behind the idea is that instead of a human feeding information to a single network, one connects two…

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Sidewalk Toronto, le projet Smart City canadien

Quayside, une ancienne zone industrielle dans la ville de Toronto est supposée subir des changements extrêmes dans les prochaines années.  Les autorités canadiennes en coopération avec Sidewalk Lab, une filiale de Alphabet Inc., sont prêts à transformer Quayside en un quartier résidentiel du futur, en mettant les dernières technologies et…

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