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Translate your brain activity into text (with only a 3% error)

Artificial intelligence systems that can translate our brain activity into text without a word coming out of our mouths are just around the corner. American researchers are refining this method. Scientists from the University of California at San Francisco (United States) explain in a study that it is not science…

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Ireland turns its ‘startups’ into the EU against Brexit (which does not arrive)

The old tobacco factory in Mullingar smoked Ireland and part of Europe for half a century. Owned by the Imperial Tobacco Group, a former British monopoly with Victorian airs, those ships were a hotbed of machines that made cigarettes and packaged them. Today the facilities are the headquarters of a…

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Technology is the pending subject of the real estate sector

The Congress will present the association, the global environment, and Colombian starups such as Triwrii, LoQueNecesito, Cirii (Circle of Innovative Investors), Wasi, Licitud, Cotizen, Ardía, PVF and Gerpro. A survey of the world’s real estate industry leaders shows that, while there is awareness of the importance of technology in this…

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This startup builds 3D printed houses in less than 24 hours: this is how it does it

Icon is an American startup that develops 3D printing technology, and can build small-sized homes in less than a day and at really low cost. Evan Loomis, the company’s confessor, explains to Business Insider that calculating an exact cost is complicated, but that they have manufactured a 40-square-meter house for…

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Bitcoin is the “access drug” to stocks and commodities for Millennials

One of the positive results of the boom and bust of bitcoin has been to attract millennials to invest in traditional assets, according to a new study by eToro multi-asset and social-commerce brokerage firm. According to eToro, around 73% of the new investors that signed the firm in 2017 and…

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Google: There is no algorithm capable of knowing if an information is false

“It’s hard to say, but I do not think you can create algorithms that identify which information is false and which is not” explains Pandu Nayak, vice president of the Google department responsible for the search tool, the most widely used in the world There are very obvious examples, but…

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Tech giants are asked not to sell facial recognition systems to the governments

The United States Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) today asked Microsoft, Amazon and Google to pledge not to sell their facial recognition technology to the government. The group of 85 associations and activist groups within which are the ACLU, the Center for Refugees and Immigrants for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)…

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