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Top 10 emerging technologies from the World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum list includes nanosensors that will circulate through the human body, a battery that will be able to power an entire town and socially aware artificial intelligence that will track our finances and health. Read More

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Here are the sensors that make IoT click

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Boston Dynamics' four-legged robot climbs stairs, slips on a banana skin

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