Geospatially Enabled Augmented Reality

Are we Living in a simulation? Maybe soon enough we can! Before the walls went up and construction of IG Labs was made a reality, we were given a glimpse of the grand vision with virtual reality. Thanks to modern technology, we were able to walk through and see what would eventually become our own personal “Tech Shangri La”. But outside of being a neat toy for the digital age, what are the practical uses of this kind of technology?

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Do You Hear What I Hear?

In our age of brain tickling nose swabs, there is a renewed interest in fast, accurate, and non-invasive tests for diagnosing illnesses. We’ve all probably experienced a Q-tip going just a little too far at some point in the last couple of years. Well researchers from University of South Florida, Cornell, and 10 other institutions are working with the National Institutes of Health to develop AI that could make medical diagnoses based on a person’s speech.

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Your Favorite Time of the Year!

(Hint: It Isn’t Pumpkin Spice Latte Time)

Fall is upon us and, with it, October brings Cybersecurity Awareness Month. We continue to integrate technology into every facet of our lives and with that, we need to be ever more vigilant in not just our cyber awareness but also of the rest of our family, friends, work, and environment in general. Below are some tips for beginning and maintaining a successful cybersecurity plan for everything around you:

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The Talking Dead: A Gateway to Scams?

Scams by text and email, as well as data breaches, have become a regular part of our daily lives. Often, we make ourselves vulnerable by sharing personal information. Whether it is for shopping online or home automation, we open ourselves up to vulnerabilities on a regular basis. In June, Amazon announced a project that, while may be well-intentioned, may present yet another way for people to be taken advantage of.

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Deepfake: An Unrealistic Realism

During the holiday release schedule in 2010, Disney released both a sequel to a niche movie, as well as a piece of technology that introduced an innovative technology to the masses. Tron: Legacy brought to light a technology used to de-age one of the film’s original and sequel stars: Jeff Bridges. The question posed today asks what if you utilized technology to create a “Deepfake” instead of de-age the actor… Well people, the future is here. But first… What is a deepfake?

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