10 Inspiring Famous Quotes by Albert Einstein

Famous Quotes by Albert Einstein: Imagination is more important than knowledge. The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving. Try not to become a man of success, but rather ...

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Vaunt smart glasses by Intel

These smart glasses are called Vaunt and they’re completely different from what you’re expecting. What’s amazing about these glasses is they look normal and they feel really light on my head. They only weigh about 50 grams. If you wear prescription glasses, the prescription is used for looking at the ...

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Flexible Mount Holder for Mobile Phones or Tablets

If like me you are also feeling lazy holding your mobile phone or tablet for a long time, then I suggest to try this product. Whether you are in bed or at your desk watching a video or looking at an article it’s convenient to use this Flexible Mount Holder to ...

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Australian eChallenge: Making Ideas Fly

The Australian eChallenge is a competition based learning experience that develops strategic business thinking for early-stage entrepreneurial ventures. Participants pitch their venture concepts to potential investors from the local business community. Teams compete for prizes and the prestige of being nominated the most outstanding Australian eChallenge entrepreneurial venture of the ...

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Albert Einstein’s theory of happiness

Albert Einstein’s theory of happiness fetched $1.3 million at a Jerusalem auction. “A calm and modest life brings more happiness than the pursuit of success combined with constant restlessness.” The story behind this note: Einstein was traveling in Japan in 1922 when he was told he would be awarded the ...

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Ignite SA & GigCity Adelaide expansion

South Australia has joined forces with US Ignite’s Smart Gigabit Communities program to form IgniteSA, the first smart gigabit community outside of North America.

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Bring Your Own Cup Initiative

Green Team Initiative – War on Waste- BYO Cup & Save In Australia 3 billion takeaway cups and lids are discarded each year, out of which most are never recycled. Here’s a good initiative to be more responsible for our environment. Cafes can reduce or eliminate disposable coffee cups by ...

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14 Fun Facts about Smiling

Smiling creates a positive mind and a positive mind can create dreams. Here’s some fun facts about smiling.   Smiling is like medicine as it boosts your immune system and can reduce blood pressure. Smiles relieve stress by releasing endorphins. Smiling makes you look prettier. Smiling creates creativity & positivity. ...

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AI Modelled Based on Collective Intelligence Found in Nature

What if artificial intelligence is modeled based on the other kinds of intelligence found in nature? Robotics engineer Radhika Nagpal studies the collective intelligence displayed by insects and fish schools, seeking to understand their rules of engagement. She previews a future where swarms of robots work together to build flood ...

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A Game to Rethink the Cities of Tomorrow

Part game, part urban planning sketching tool, “Cities: Skylines” encourages people to use their creativity and self-expression to rethink the cities of tomorrow. Designer Karoliina Korppoo takes us on a tour through some extraordinary places users have created, from futuristic fantasy cities to remarkably realistic landscapes.

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Magic Leap: a Big Step into Mixed Reality!

I came across this interesting technology that’s currently under development. It’s called Magic Leap. It is a mixed reality technology that’s beyond virtual reality. You experience objects moving in front of your eyes without having to wear a VR headset. I am not sure if what sort of device/goggles you ...

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Super Fast Real-Time Object Detection Program

Who would have imagined 10 years ago that today we would have computer programs that can differentiate moving cats from dogs in a video in matter of milli-seconds!? Joseph Redmon works on a system called YOLO (You Only Look Once), which is an open-source method of object-detection that can super-quickly ...

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Recording your Voice With Good Quality in Audacity

Audacity is a great tool for recording sound and applying effects on your sound to make it better. It allows you to remove noise from the sound, amplify it and my apply various effects to make it sound better. Here I go through some of the basic ones with you.

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SouthStart Conference 2017 Highlights

I attended the Southstart Conference / Expo on 6 July 2017, which was held in Adelaide convention centre. It was a showcase of entrepreneurship & innovation in South Australia. There were many great speeches and panel discussions by StartUps leaders. It was a great networking activity and very inspirational and motivational ...

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Mind-controlled Wheelchair using Artificial Intelligence

After having an accident and spending 24 hours paralyzed, Dr Jordan Nguyen vowed to focus his research career on helping people with disabilities. He spend his time learning about neuroscience, medical science, robotics, artificial intelligence and biomedical instrumentation in order to create devices that can convert brain signals into actions ...

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Girl with Cerebral Palsy Playing Music with Her Eyes

Dr Jordan Nguyen and his team created a special music device with an eye tracking camera, to allow Jess to play music with her eyes. Jess suffers from Cerebral Palsy, which affect her muscles movements and coordination. With the aid of this device, Jess was able to play classical music ...

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Becoming Superhuman thanks to Dr Jordan Nguyen

In this series, Biomedical engineer Dr Jordan Nguyen and and his engineering interns try to make a boy’s wildest dreams come true with cutting-edge technology. He’s promised 13 year-old Riley Saban he will invent a device to help Riley achieve the impossible… to drive a car using the movement of ...

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Speech to Text Website

I found this website (SpeechTexter.com) that types your speech. There’s probably lot of them out there but this one was interesting for me as it even supports my native language (Farsi). Unfortunately it’s not well supported in the mobile view at the moment. Let me know if you know any ...

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Making 3D Models from Single Photograph

This is an interesting software that allows making 3D Models From A Single Photograph. The user only needs to define the three dimensions of an object in a photo using the mouse cursor, and the software will generate the 3D model by extracting it from the 2D photograph and by ...

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The AI that allows you to impersonate anyone you want

Here’s an interesting and concerning advancement of Artificial Intelligence. This technology allows you to impersonate anyone by manipulating a video footage of someone with your facial expressions using a depth-sensing camera. This can be used to create fake news!! In future we would have problem determining the authenticity news! Researchers at ...

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Building the future of Humanity

I’m amazed by the contributions and ambitions this man have in making a change to the future of humanity (Autonomus electric cars, Space travel, Open AI, Underground tunnels for fast car transportation, …). Watch this amazing video and get inspired. Elon Musk: The future we’re building — and boring.

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How to prevent Alzheimer’s

Lisa Genova: What you can do to prevent Alzheimer’s https://go.ted.com/CyoG

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Colonizing Mars by 2025!

It this interesting talk Stephen Petranek speeks about the plan for colonizing MARS and how mankind would be able to live on Mars and how they’ll survive by producing oxigen, water, food, shelther, clothing, etc.   https://go.ted.com/Cy8v

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How will Artificial Intelligence affect our lives?

​This is an interesting talk by Jeff Dean (senior fellow at Google) describing how Artificial Intelligence will improve our lives in near future. It will help us be happier, healthier, more productive, and more creative! Check out these wonderful examples where AI (deep learning) is already making a great impact.

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Scientific Inventions Inspired by Nature

What would you attempt to do if you knew there was no failure? Scientists have made the world better place by making the impossible possible. Here’s an interesting talk about some inventions that were inspired by the nature. Regina Dugan: From mach-20 glider to hummingbird drone http://go.ted.com/IG38tg

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A cure for Parkinson, depression and alzheimer disease by tuning brain signal

Andres Lozano: Parkinson’s, depression and the switch that might turn them off http://go.ted.com/LvOLdA

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Creating new senses for humans

David Eagleman: Can we create new senses for humans? http://go.ted.com/5Tk

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Controlling someone else’s arm with your brain!!

Greg Gage: How to control someone else’s arm with your brain http://go.ted.com/bFrg  

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شعر و آهنگ جدیدم: عید و غربت

🙂  آهنگ فالبداهه که واسه شعر چند روز پیش ام ساختم به خاطر حال و هوای عید نوروز در غربت بازم بوی عید و دل غصه ناک . واسه دوری از خاک مهمون نواز بازم حسرت دیدن روی یار . من و غربت و عیدی و کوک ساز بازم این ...

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Drones flying and cooperating

Checkout this interesting video showing flying drones that cooperate to do various tasks. Vijay Kumar: Robots that fly … and cooperate http://go.ted.com/g–HNw

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Flying Taxis in Dubai!!!

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My Work Trip to Pieve di Cento in Italy

Recently I was put on a new project at Schneider Electric that’s got a very critical deadline coming up soon. The main team is located in Pieve di Cento in Italy. I was asked by my work manager to travel to Italy so I can help with the execution of ...

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Interesting TED talk on how machines can become creative.

So the concept of Deep Machine Learning is based on a set of algorithms that attempt to model high level abstractions in data, which allows computers to have perception. Machine perception is the capability of a computer system to interpret data in a manner that is similar to the way ...

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FlyLegsup: Good support for your legs when flying long distances

MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR SPACE WHEN YOU FLY ECONOMY A totally new way to fly long distances more comfortably. Lift your feet and legs into many different positions, fully supported by comfy inflatable pillows. https://www.flylegsup.com/shop/fly-legsup

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Pavel Durov: the founder of Telegram

Pavel Durov is the fouder of Telegram, which is a secure cross platform mobile messaging app for smart phones and tablets.

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Scratch: Imagine… Program… Share…

Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations. It’s a perfect tool to teach kids to learn coding. https://scratch.mit.edu/ Watch this interesting talk to find out more:

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Top Five Latest Technologies: From Bionics to Predictive Artificial Intelligence

These inventions are amazing. Hats off to the inventor of the bionic legs for his determination and passion.

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The creator of Linux and Git

Linus Torvalds is The mind behind Linux (open-source operating system) and Git (source code management system), the two great invention in the computer field that have had huge benefits. In this video he openly talks about his character and his unique way of working. It’s very interesting. Great things come ...

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Artificial Intelligence that Learns Science Experiments

Artificial Intelligence Learns Nobel Prize Experiment in Just 1 Hour! AI learns to control laser to produce the Bose-Einstein Condensate – Coldest Place in the Universe.   

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The app that knows how you feel from the look on your face

Interesting TED Talk by Rana el Kaliouby: This app knows how you feel — from the look on your face http://go.ted.com/bVgz http://go.ted.com/bVgz Learn more about watching TED Talks on all of your favorite platforms: https://www.ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/ted-talks/ways-to-get-ted-talks

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Interesting Implications of Artificial Intelligence and Deep Leaning 

​I watched this TED Talk and thought you would find it interesting. Jeremy Howard: The wonderful and terrifying implications of computers that can learn http://go.ted.com/8xV

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Google’s Deep Mind a leap forward in Self-Learning  Artificial Intelligence

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Cheap Relocation Rental Cars for as low as $1 

​Travel through Australia, NZ, USA, Canada and Europe for as little as $1 per day. This interesting website allows you to find relocation rental cars from $1 per day. RV, camper and car rental companies sell relocation rentals through imoova.com as a way to save money on paying drivers and trucking vehicles.

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Predictions For The Coming Decade by Eric Schmit

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Text-to-speech Software Reading you Website Contents

Tired of reading the website contents!? Then checkout the cool software that reads the website content for you. I found two Chrome Addons that would read the selected text for you on any website.

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Useful Gmail Shortcuts

Here’s some useful gmail keyboard shortcuts. First you’d have to activate the short  and how to activate them in the Gmail Settings > General > Keyboard Shortcuts. Archive e Mute conversation m Report as spam ! Delete # Reply r Reply all a Forward f Undo last action z Mark as ...

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Daemon Tools

Daemon Tools Lite is a great tool for disc imaging. It allows you to mount all known types of disc image files and emulates up to 4 DT + SCSI + HDD devices. It enables you to create images of your optical discs and access them via well-organized catalog. Download ...

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Sour Cherries in the Forest Range, Adelaide

Today we went to the Forest Range Cherries, to pick some cherries and sour cherries. It’s got very good quality cherries and my favorite sour-cherries. Check out the website for the opening times. It’s about 30 min drive. The route is very beautiful. Over there they had some Albacas, which ...

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Christmas Trip – part1 – Journey to Robe, South Australia

This Christmas break we decided to have a 5 day trip to few cities along the south of Australia, including Mount Gambier, Warrnambool, Lorne and so on. We went through the great ocean road and we visited many beautiful places. Here I like to share some of these places with ...

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Cave Garden in Mount Gambier

Cave Garden Cave Garden is a beautiful sinkhole garden to visit if you like nature. The sinkhole was the original water source for the early settlers in this area.   

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