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While cats are often free to roam, using a cat flap to come and go in and out of their owners’ homes at will, dogs tend to be more reliant on the good will of their owners to let them out. Now, dogs too can enjoy a taste of freedom thanks to a new smart animal door – or Pet Portal – that’s connected, automatic and can be activated remotely.
Teachers on Zoom calls with students ages five to eight who are at home or in daycare might find this a familiar bugbear: the sounds of other children, siblings, parents and barking dogs.
Who let the dogs out? They let themselves out with a smart door... if you have the big bucks to pay for one, that is.
(Reuters) - A South Korean startup has developed an AI-powered dog collar that can detect five emotions in canines by monitoring their barks using voice recognition technology.
Jean Marc Feghali has Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis, a disease that reduces his peripheral vision and renders him effectively blind at night. But the intelligent walking cane he’s helping to develop has been life-changing, he says. It’s also won support from Microsoft Corp.
The conversation taking place on the verified social media accounts of two US senators remained vulnerable to manipulation, even amid heightened scrutiny in the run up to the US presidential election, an investigation found.
From racially biased platforms to products that caught fire, we look back at the major missteps in the tech industry.
The buzz of tiny rotors has replaced dog barks and bullwhips on this ranch, where drones are being used to herd and observe cattle.
Millennials and Gen Z are shaping climate policy like no other generation before.
Google Research engineers are full of ideas; one of their latest aims to make it possible for blind people to play sports and run outside safely.