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Mitt Romney Campaign Misspells 'America' On New iPhone App Noted bully and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his campaign misspelled the oft-used word "America" on their new With Mitt iPhone app. The new app, which "allows users to take photographs and add various pro-Romney phrases to the image," notes ... 05/29/2012 - 10:55 pm | View Link
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A new report reveals that investment in sensor modules is heating up the Internet of Things (IoT) space, with innovative sensor startups winning the bulk of that money.
As reported by Smart Cities World, a new study by Lux Research examined the $4.3 billion in funding for sensor modules over the past decade. The report titled “Sensors Innovation: Analyzing Investment Trends Across the $4.3 Billion Spend” found investment in innovative sensors tripled in the past 10 years, with North America dominating.
Investment in innovative sensors attracted a dominant 80% of the total, or $3.4 billion, which underscores the increasing importance of IoT technology.
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The increased investment in innovative sensors comes as this new technology is becoming integral to growth in such areas as smart cities, autonomous vehicles and wearables.
“Innovative sensor start-ups will continue to attract large amounts of venture investment as the Internet of Things emerges as the next major phase in computing, following on the heels of the PC and mobile eras,” said report author Pallavi Madakasira.
Total innovative sensor investment tripled in the past decade, attracting $486 million in funding in 2015.
PHILADELPHIA—On the opening day of the Democratic National Convention, it seems as if Democrats are in actual disarray. It’s hard to type that with a straight face, “Dems are in disarray” being such a sturdy cliché of political journalism. But the headlines today seem to be getting at some undeniable rifts in the party.
When streetlights first lit up New York skies in 1880, Edison was initially revered as a hero. Electric lights were unlike anything his peers had seen before, accustomed as they were to gas lamps and candles, and they cheered to see the new technology go live.
However, that awe quickly faded, becoming a major PR problem: Victorians may have at first viewed the invention as a modernist feat, but they mistrusted electric lights and believed they were unsafe for their homes—especially after hearing about horses that were electrocuted in the streets while traveling over lanes where transmission cables were laid.
The Wizard of Menlo Park eventually gained some ground with the public after launching a massive advertising campaign—one that included dancers with lightbulbs taped to their heads, and power lines running the length of their arms—to demonstrate to audiences that bulbs were safe enough for any home.
Cognitive computing means giving computers the ability to work out complex problems for themselves. Just like humans, cognitive computers benefit greatly from experience, learning better ways to solve problems with each encounter. When a traditional system of rules finds a task impossible, cognitive computing sees only an opportunity to expand its knowledge.
The necessity for cognitive computing in the Internet of Things (IoT) arises from the importance of data in modern business.