Facial Coding Software detects Emotions of Ad viewers for increasing the Sales by tuning the Ads according to the emotions data.

An American Startup has developed a Facial Coding Software for detecting emotions of the TV ads viewers. The Emotions data can be used to improving the Ads further so that Sales can be increased. The Startup Affectiva which grew out of MIT’s Media Lab has developed this facial coding system named as “Affdex” to detect … Continue reading “Facial Coding Software detects Emotions of Ad viewers for increasing the Sales by tuning the Ads according to the emotions data.”

MIT Professor developed bilateral-control algorithm for Eliminating unexplained Traffic Jams

An MIT Professor has developed a new bilateral-control algorithm which will be useful for eliminating unexplained Traffic Jam when implementing it with adaptive cruise-control systems of the cars. Berthold Horn, the professor in MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, presented this new algorithm for alleviating traffic flow instabilities at this month’s IEEE Conference … Continue reading “MIT Professor developed bilateral-control algorithm for Eliminating unexplained Traffic Jams”

World’s first Bitcoin ATM goes live in Vancouver next week

First Bitcoin ATM in the world will go live next week in Vancouver,Canada operated by Nevada-based Robocoin and Vancouver’s Bitcoiniacs. Mitchell Demeter, co-founder of Vancouver bitcoin trading company Bitcoiniacs and part-owner of Robocoin, has invested in five such machines to be placed across Canada. Bitcoins are an emerging digital currency that isn’t controlled by any … Continue reading “World’s first Bitcoin ATM goes live in Vancouver next week”

Google’s Self-Driving Cars outperform Human Drivers

Data gathered from Google’s self-driving Prius and Lexus cars shows that they are safer and smoother when they are driven automatically than driven by professional human drivers. Chris Urmson, Director of Google’s self-driving cars project presented results from two studies of data from the hundreds of thousands of miles Google’s vehicles have logged on public … Continue reading “Google’s Self-Driving Cars outperform Human Drivers”

Netherland University Researcher developed an optical disc which can store information “for a billion years”

A researcher has developed a new optical device using tungsten and silicon nitride so that it can safely keep the data up to one billion years. Jeroen de Vries, the researcher from the University of Twente MESA+ Institute for Nanotechnology, Netherlands has developed this optical disc Current hard disk drives have the ability to store … Continue reading “Netherland University Researcher developed an optical disc which can store information “for a billion years””