Machine learning isn’t just for billion dollars companies like Google or Amazon or fun projects like developing an algorithm that can master Go and win against the world’s champion. Vice Presidents of Product at Fortune 500 companies can (and should) implement machine learning into their digital products too.
This week we’re talking about full-body VR wearables, human organ factories in New Hampshire, the largest electric vehicle highway in Australia 🛣️⚡, and [w]earables that go into… your ear. 👂
This week we’re talking about robotic eels tracking water pollution, building DNA from scratch👨🔬, the first floating wind farm💨, and the first solar-powered train ☀️🚆.
This week we’re talking about smart gloves that translate sign language! 🙋, Moon-mining in 2020 🌕, the top programming languages of 2017 💻, and new, cool, skin-like wearable tech!
This week we’re talking about electric bike-sharing programs 🚲⚡, a new phone that doesn’t need a battery 😒, cryptocurrency using more energy than small nations, and an AR device that screws in like a light bulb. Now let’s get lit… 💡
This week we’re talking about wearables knowing your drinking limit 🍺🛑, wearables taking your blood 💉, AI better than doctors at matching IVF embryos?, and tracking money 💸 in Macau with facial recognition.
This week we’re talking about playing 🕹️ Super Mario Bros. in Central Park, an AR iOS app for real-time measuring, smelling with VR 👃, and one state down (Florida), 46 to go for legalizing robot delivery.
This week we’re talking about Switzerland with a top 3 global supercomputer, blockchain for refugees, A.I. that can beat Ms. Pac-man 🕹️, and A.I., again, in competition between Airbnb and hotels.
This week we’re talking about innovative air taxis, a CityTree🌲 that’s more than a tree, smart beacons helping the visually impaired, Boeing’s dream for self-flying planes ✈️.
This week we’re talking about AI detecting autism early and accurately, 🇨🇭 Swiss building-sized air purifiers, there may be a sixth taste 👅?, and VR for drug rehabilition.