This is the slide support for my diploma project presentation, Monday 11th of July. Let…
Neural interfaces (i.e. brain computer interfaces) are the destination of our technological journey which brings people and machines closer together. Computers were initially programmed by manually rewiring components, then by keyboard and mouse and nowadays by touch and gesture. However, the interface begins to be more and more the bottleneck in man-computer processing. In other words, people think faster and computers tend to work faster than you can type or touch.
Embedded below you can find a copy of my diploma project. Let me know what…
The situation is really simple: Google sends organic traffic to some content farm. The content farm displays ads, including via AdSense. If the user clicks on a Google ad, the content farm makes 10 cents. Google makes 5.
One in a million, a few million pictures everyday. This means a bunch of guys like James will be served divorce papers everyday, courtesy of Color.
I wonder who they will sue for damages. Or alimony. Or whatever pretext some lawyers come up with.
I’m not one to know privacy laws regarding taking someone’s picture without that someone’s permission, but Color will take one step closer to losing all privacy. That is, of course, if it takes off in the first place.
The leap forward which I expect in the next 20 years is nano-robotics – the intelligent micro-machines with the above mentioned properties. There are two main paths human kind could take in order to reach that goal …
Se cere de catre studentii ACS marirerea proportiei de materii optionale in anul IV de la 25% la 50%. Prin marirea numarului de optiuni care se pot exercita, se doreste marirea gradului de responsabilitate al studentilor fata de propria alegere, fata de propria cariera si fata de cunostintele si experienta acumulate in facultate.
User Interface Usability Metrics
Genetic Algorithms for Optimizing Project Planning (as NP-Complete problem)
Cheap XBox Kinect using OpenCV and a Webcam
My personal view * the first part of the article reflects my own subjective views…