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Is VR technology set to take over the videocall space?

Is VR technology set to take over the videocall space?

Are virtual reality meetings the next logical step from videocalls in a post Covid world? While the coronavirus pandemic has decimated certain job markets, it has inspired tech companies to innovate and keep businesses thriving from a remote setting. In a radically shifting 12 months, we’ve adapted into something of a Zoom-centric society where people are accustomed to living out something close to their ordinary lives through the guise of...

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The AI smart glasses with anti-distraction alarms

The AI smart glasses with anti-distraction alarms

AI smart glasses are every procrastinators dream – who needs willpower or organisational skills when you’ve got the latest gadgets? As part of a generational cohort habitually known as digital natives, it seems unfair that we have to focus on work orientated tasks for sustained periods of time… unfortunately, that’s the world our elders have laid out for us. Technology is labelled the chief culprit for our fleeting attention spans...

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Amazon takes down over 20,000 fake reviews

Amazon takes down over 20,000 fake reviews

Nearly all of the top ten users in the UK appear to have written fraudulent five-star reviews that undermine Amazon's product recommendations. Amazon has removed over 20,000 ‘fake’ reviews created by a small handful of top users as it struggles to keep on top of false and inaccurate user feedback. Seven of the top ten UK reviewers have been engaging in suspicious activity, The Financial Times reported last week, posting...

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Musk’s Neuralink lamented as ‘mediocre neuroscience’

Musk’s Neuralink lamented as ‘mediocre neuroscience’

Elon Musk finally unveiled his mysterious brain computer interface ‘Neuralink’ to the world on Friday, but the demo failed to deliver on bold claims. In July of 2019, serial entrepreneur and inventor Elon Musk stepped on stage in San Francisco and unveiled his blueprint for Neuralink, an ambitious brain computer implant that would allow users to control devices hands free through thought processes alone… or as the man himself put...

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