Why our metal comrades still need a bit more practice
How smart is AI today? And will it eventually be smarter than us?
What do the photos of a Dengue mosquito, a 3D-printed microscope and a wooden foetal stethoscope have in common?
FinTech is conquering mobile phones, with an increasing amount of people around the world using banking apps.
Wie Technologien Flüchtlingen das Leben und Helfern die Arbeit erleichtert.
Ein Haus, ein Herz, eine Mahlzeit: für viele unbezahlbar – oder aus dem 3D-Drucker.
The excitement around drones has reached the non-profit sector, and they are already being deployed to coordinate aid operations and provide supplies to crisis regions.
When the forest is calling the fire brigade - how the Internet of Things can help us solving problems in the future.
Through digitalisation knowledge will be accessible universally soon.
Professor Zweck is diving into the essentials of trend research
How algorithms fight poachers
AI in suizid prevention
Werable plasters in the fight against ebola
How sensors simplify data collection in development cooperation
How digital cash transfer systems abolish physical cash in Bangladesh
With the help of the crowd, the father of a child with Type 1 diabetes mellitus developed a new software for a standard device that wasn’t meeting the needs of his family.
This company is active in many areas of the Bitcoin business around the world.
Fighting dengue mosquitoes together: In Brazil, government and citizens are fighting together against dengue fever with the help of the app Sem Dengue (“dengue-free”).
Funktioniert das noch oder kann das weg? Nur wohin? Diese Frage stellt sich zumindest bei Elektronik nicht mehr, denn daraus werden jetzt 3D-Drucker gebaut.
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