Posts Tagged ‘augmented reality‘

AI: not replacing, but augmenting, empowering humans

Leonhard addressed software architects here and made a presentation on ‘AI as utility – 2020: Observations and foresights,’ hosted by Envestnet India…Humanity will change more in the next 20 years than in the previous 300 years, he said. Read more from The Hindu Business Line

In 2015 there will be an emphasis on futurism in Africa

Among other interesting trends to watch in Africa this year, futurism will make its way on the list. Mix that with the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) astronomy project, droneports, augmented reality and other tech programs and I’d say things are about to get really interesting

futurescope: smarterplanet: Garmin HUD projects directions onto your windshield | The Car Tech blog Smartphones have pretty much taken over as the default navigation tool for many drivers. However, some locales (including our home state of California) have outright banned smartphone use in the car:

futurist-foresight: A very novel way of using augmented reality in marketing. futuretechreport: Gladiator Energy Drink Can Doubles As A Flash Drive Using AR With the cloud these days, I am not sure how many of us are really struggling to find a flash drive, but

Consider the opposite of augmented reality: “deletive reality.” If pedestrians in New York or Mumbai don’t want to see homeless people, they could delete them from view in real-time. This not only diminishes the diversity of reality; it also blocks us from developing empathy. Welcome

smarterplanet: The untapped potential of augmented reality | Digital Trends It seems like augmented reality has been tipped to take off for a few years now, so where is it? Why aren’t we using it in our daily lives? Augmented reality or AR has been