Robotics can harm the world with unemployment and war, according to UN

The United Nations (UN) has alerted the world that the rise of robots could sabotage the world’s progress, before the opening of their new headquarters in Netherlands, in the Hague to track advancements in the field of artificial intelligence. The Centre of Artificial Intelligence and …

Resurgence of PC gaming may threaten consoles

With the prominence of consoles over the past few years, personal computers had been lacking behind in terms of gaming. However, personal computers are now enjoying a recovery in the gaming sector, with the aid of popularity of e-sports, customizable machines and quicker software releases. …

Global tech giants enter market of smart home appliances

The wide market for smart home appliances is growing quickly, especially the smart audio products, which have caused a war between major tech giants. Amazon, Apple, Google and Xiamoi have entered the audio market, and all of them want to outperform their rival in the …

Norway to hold the world’s largest data center

US-Norwegian firm, Kolos has revealed plans to develop the world’s largest store of data in Norway. The datacenter will be located in the town of Ballangen, which is situated above the Arctic Circle, and it will tap into the country’s ample renewable energy resources. In …

Labour-less Japan welcome the change of automation

Tons of jars are loaded with lager, topped and washed, wrapped into six-packs, and boxed at confounding rates—1,500 a moment, to be correct—on murmuring transport lines that zip and twist in a sprawling processing plant close Tokyo. The machines do all the truly difficult work …

Amazon to explore un-refrigerated prepared meal technology

You may have heard the expression “MRE” – also called “Meal, Ready-to-Eat” – bandied about in dialogs identified with the military or survivalists. Presently, it would appear that Amazon is investigating approaches to deliver its own MREs, however with the point of making something delicious …

Dubai city closer to launch flying taxi service

Earlier this year in February, Dubai, a city which has grown its name in pursuing all the futuristic things, had announced plans to build a flying taxi service in association with a German startup Volcopter. Updating their plans in June, Dubai announced that the flying …