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With her brown hair, soft skin and expressive face, Nadine is a new brand of human-like robot that could one day, scientists hope, be used as a personal assistant or care provider for the elderly.
Viber sticker artists Alon Boroda and Aviv Or share their inspirations and thought processes for coming up with memorable sticker designs.
Japan's SoftBank Corp said on Thursday it will start selling human-like robots for personal use by February, expanding into a sector seen key to addressing labour shortages in one of the world's fastest ageing societies.
Like many wearable health tracking devices already on the market, the Inner You measures heart rate, breathing rate, skin conductance and physical activity, but here's the catch: It uses that data to gauge emotion.
A new game, released last week for PCs and Macs, argues that we should embrace the ghosts of former lovers.
As the viral infections spread across the globe, everybody has to make a decision: How worried should I be about getting infected, and what should I do about it?
At first blush, this coronavirus pandemic would seem to be social media’s moment. Social distancing has us stuck in our homes, cut off from family and friends, trying to work, parent or – blessed be – both, and most of all trying to keep up with the avalanche of information coming out every day about Covid-19.
Tweets from more than seven million unique users from Jan 28 to April 9 were collected, using keywords ‘wuhan’, ‘corona’, ‘nCov’, and ‘covid’. The pandemic, which first broke out in Wuhan, central China, last December, took 100 days to reach one million cases globally.