It’s All About Smart Vehicles, Automated Driving and Vehicle Technology for CES 2018

Source: CES

There will be several different world premieres, debuts and demos of the newest vehicles including vehicle technology at CES 2018.  Named one of the 10 best auto show, CES 2018 will have 255K square feet of Vehicle Tech exhibit space during CES this year.  Continue Reading →

Latest and Newly Updated Security Information for CES 2018

Today we received the latest and newly updated security information for CES 2018. Here is what you can expect and should prepare for CES 2018. Please visit CES.tech/security for the latest security information and tips to speed up your entrance into official CES venues. Continue Reading →

Vezt Music App and the Style Artist Lounge at Art Basel

Since the early 1900s, when music recording began, there has been a struggle on the cut of royalties between artists, right buyers and record labels. A great example of this is in 1981 when Tom Petty went head-to-head with MCA again in 1981 when the label pushed to sell his next album, “Hard Promises,” for $9.98 a piece which was full dollar more than the norm back then. Petty refused to release the record, stating that he wanted to keep costs down for his fans. He eventually won the battle but what a huge waste of time and energy. I am told till this day some artists still fall victim to a smaller cut of the royalties for their own work. Isn’t there a better way to make this all an easier process for both artist and right buyers?

Introducing Vezt Music App! Continue Reading →

Ataribox Pre-Order is Just In Time for the Holidays 2017

 

For any 80’s baby the name Atari was a great past time and maybe their first console. After leaving the hardware business in 1996 most thought they wouldn’t hear about Atari again. In a great surprise, Atari is back with their new Ataribox gaming console concept. In June of this year Atari teased E3 attendees and journalist with this Ataribox trailer video. Continue Reading →

New Analysis: Presurgical Imaging May Predict Whether Epilepsy Surgery Will Work

Today Rice University along with Baylor, UCLA statisticians released their analysis on if we can predict the risk of postoperative seizures. The statisticians approach to combining presurgical PET scans and functional MRI of the brain may help predict which patients with drug-resistant epilepsy are most likely to benefit from surgery. The method was developed by researchers at Rice University, Baylor College of Medicine, the University of California at Irvine and UCLA. Continue Reading →

Genovation Car’s GXE World Debut at CES 2018

CES 2018 is less than a month away and the meeting requests, event invites and booth visit requests are pouring in for us. The latest booth announced is Genovation Cars which will have exclusive behind-the-scenes content and it will be their GXE world debut as well. The Limited Edition GXE features 800+ Horsepower All-Electric, Twin-Motor Powertrain and several other bells and whistles. On January 9, 2018, they’ll be in the North Hall Exhibition Space # 3938 of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Continue Reading →

Frameless Motors Make for Smaller, Lighter Robots Webcast TODAY

Today, at 2:00pm EST, Robotics Business Review with be hosting a webcast on technology, robotics, and business. The webcast speakers include Joe Martino and Scott Hamilton from maxon precision motors. To register or for more information on the webcast please click here. Continue Reading →

Student Badge Discounts, A.I. Presence and Weekly Update for SXSW 2018

As per my previous posts, I will be posting updates for SXSW 2018 until the conference starts. Below are the current SXSW 2018 updates. Continue Reading →

CES 2018 Updates and Media Information

This year CES 2018 has 11 official venues, spans 2.5 million net square feet of exhibit space and features 24 product categories and more than 20 Marketplaces. This means if you are attending CES 2018 do wear comfortable shoes! They are also Introducing three new show areas at CES 2018 that include: Smart Cities, CES Sports Zone and Design & Source. For a map for each show area click here. Continue Reading →

Does Artificial Intelligence Technology Have a Racism Issue?

We came across this article published on the Innovation and Tech Today site written by Alex Moersen titled “Artificial Intelligence Has a Racism Issue.” It was an interesting read and did not realize how racially and gender bias the A.I. robot industry truly is. As a woman and a minority, I HAD to post this article for my readers to inform them of this issue in the A.I world.

Below is the full article from the Innovation and Tech Today site: Continue Reading →