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The week in Voicetech. February 23, 2018

Digital life after death, the return of the Mayflower, and a voice-enabled flying display. This and more in our weekly roundup.

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Real-Time Captcha set to revolutionize security authentication

Researchers from Georgia Tech Institute announce a login identification tool to improve online security.

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Is there life after death? All you need is a little AI and voicetech

Cutting-edge voicetech is being used to recreate us online when we finally give up the ghost.

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AI is shaking up the field of earthquake detection

The neural network developed by Harvard and MIT researchers detected 17 times more earthquakes than traditional methods.

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The week in Voicetech. February 16, 2018

The Chinese big brother and the latest updates on popular voice assistants. This and more with our voicetech news roundup.

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Big Brother, Chinese cops are using AI-eyeglasses to scan rail travelers

The AI-powered eyeglasses can identify suspects or those traveling on fake ID papers

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Is optical computing set to reboot genomics research?

Meet the British startup developing genomics research technology that could complete calculations quicker using less energy.

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The week in Voicetech. February 9, 2018

AIs that diagnose psychiatric disorders, new Alexa capabilities, and voice assistants officially entering the healthcare sector. This and more in our weekly news roundup.

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A new technology is tackling the problem of VR motion sickness

A small tech firm in Texas has devised a non-nauseating way to navigate VR environments.

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DeepMind’s AI eye disease diagnosis edges closer to market

Google’s Artificial Intelligence company set for clinical trials using retinal scans to train its algorithms.