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Out of Our Pockets and Into the Wild [MoCo, London]

Robot toasters, connected refrigerators, coffee maker temperature sensors telling your mobile it’s time for coffee – our lives become more connected by the day. But do we humans benefit from all this technology that connects our home interior and machines to our mobile devices? Instead of making connected toasters with advertising on the sandwiches, companies… Continue Reading

Me and My Robot [MEX, London]

What is a robot, really? It’s something that can act in the physical world, without direct human input, based on artificial intelligence. How do we make robots that not only help us but that we are able to live with? This talk starts the ball rolling on a series of workshops about robot etiquette. Continue Reading

Uber: another side to the story (part 2) [post 24/100]

Yesterday I started a post about what lies under the usual Uber arguments. Today it continues… 4. Uber shows you (the gaps in) the local market In London, UberEx is almost always a better experience than the local minicab company. Having spoken to loads of Uber drivers, I now know that the best of them… Continue Reading