India First Tech startup conclave & awards coming to you this February.

All India Council for Robotics and Automation (AICRA) is set to organize “IndiaFirst Tech Startup Conclave & Awards’22” (IFTSC’22) on 17th – 18th February 2022, with support of “Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology”. The event is designed to focus on the spread and depth of Indian startup ecosystem in terms of technology and innovation. IFTSC’22 is a platform to bring Innovators, Investors & Buyers under one roof, which is expected to feature industry’s big names, speakers that are the best breed of innovators, venture capitalists, representatives from various government…

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James Webb Space Telescope Successfully Deploys Secondary Mirror

Webb teams successfully installed the observatory’s secondary mirror support structure on Jan 5th. Light from the distant universe will reflect off Webb’s iconic 18 gold primary mirrors and hit the smaller, 2.4-foot (.74-meter) secondary mirror, which will direct the light into its instruments. The secondary mirror is supported by three lightweight deployable struts, each nearly 25 feet long and built to withstand the space environment. Warming up the joints and motors required for smooth operation required the use of specialised heating systems. “Another banner day for JWST,” said Bill Ochs,…

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The smart collar that lets you track your dog’s health

The Covid-19 pandemic has made everyone realise how important it is to monitor your health and stay fit. While people can purchase a variety of health-monitoring devices, Invoxia unveiled a Smart Collar for dogs at CES 2022. This device could be useful for pet owners who want to track the health of their dogs in order to address any issues that arise in advance. While the effectiveness of this product is unknown, the company claims that this Smart Dog Collar can monitor vitals such as resting respiratory and heart rate….

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CES 2022 will go on as per the schedule

Google, Microsoft, and other major technology companies have withdrawn from the CES 2022. The association, on the other hand, is unfazed by the absence of major attendees; the team as a whole has no plans to cancel the event or host it virtually. Previously, tech companies such as Twitter, Amazon, and Pinterest had withdrawn from the event due to Omicron concerns. “After reviewing the latest data on the rapidly evolving COVID environment, Microsoft has decided not to participate in-person at CES 2022,” a company spokesperson told the Verge. The company…

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Huawei Smart Glasses with detachable front frame

Huawei has developed a new smart glasses called ‘Huawei Smart Glasses’ in China, with a removable front frame design. Classic frame, Stylish pilot, and Retro round frame are the three classic frame options available for the smart glass. It’s also available in a variety of bright frames. The new Huawei smart glasses are the first to feature HarmonyOS. According to GizmoChina, the glasses offer simultaneous connection of two devices, one-key switching of numerous devices, and visible smart connectivity. They have powerful 128mm speakers and microphones for hands-free access to Huawei’s…

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AICRA presents Robotic skill center: Get ready for the future

All India Council for robotics and automation is here to transform the technology education field (Especially robotics and other related technologies) by their initiative to establish robotics skill centers across various institutes in India. This project is expected to help technology students to unlock the full potential of core automation technologies. The robotic skill centers led by AICRA aims to advance the STEM knowledge of member students by offering authorized training programs and career certification. This is an opportunity for institutes to become part of India’s largest community for robotics…

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Industry 4.0 Centre of Excellence to be set up by AICRA at SKCET, Coimbatore

AICRA to set up Centre of Excellence at SKCET, Coimbatore The initiative aims to create a pool of skilled individuals for a technology-driven future The global leader in robotics and automation, AICRA to set up the Center of Excellence(CoE) at Srikrishna college of engineering and technology located at kuniyamuthur, Coimbatore. AICRA has signed an MOU with the college on November 23rd,2021. The initiative is focused on creating a dynamic environment for young and creative minds to imagine, explore and innovate through the help of the latest technologies and several related…

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A group of researchers develop ‘brain-inspired computing architecture’

A multinational team of scientists, including researchers from the University of Limerick in Ireland, has identified a novel molecule that might help computers make even faster decisions. The energy-saving discovery, which resulted in the development of a new sort of computing architecture, might have far-reaching implications in fields ranging from financial decision-making to bioinformatics. The Bernal Institute at UL revealed that a small molecule made up of only 77 atoms provides a new fundamental electronic circuit element in which complex logic is encoded in nanoscale material characteristics. By optimizing the…

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Researchers bring AI and simulation tools in the fight against covid 19

The U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory is leading efforts to combine artificial intelligence (AI) and cutting-edge simulation workflows to better understand biological observations and accelerate drug discovery in its ongoing campaign to reveal the inner workings of the Sar-CoV-2 virus. Argonne started working with academic and commercial research partners to achieve near real-time feedback between simulation and AI approaches in order to better understand how two proteins in the SARS-CoV-2 viral genome, nsp10 and nsp16, interact to help the virus replicate and evade the host’s immune system….

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Indian researchers develops Ai chatbots answering COVID questions

Indian researchers are working to develop a chatbot based on an artificial neural network that can perform natural language processing (NLP). The team explains how the chatbot may be trained to answer COVID-19 pandemic-related queries. Details are to be found in the International Journal of Intelligent Engineering Informatics. According to Vishal Tiwari, Lokesh Kumar Verma, Pulkit Sharma, Rachna Jain, and Preeti Nagrath of Bharati Vidyapeeth’s College of Engineering in New Delhi, the emergence of a new coronavirus—SARS-CoV-2—and the following pandemic it triggered has prompted widespread alarm throughout the world. The…

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