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A new device called Jibo could mark the next step in group computer interaction in the home. But Jibo isn’t a tablet at all: It’s a robot. Specifically, Jibo is a social robot. You talk to it, ask it questions, make requests....

source: Wired

After 36 grueling hours of coding, designing and testing, Sage Pay's three-person team has emerged victorious at the ZappHack Revive Retail hackathon in London. Judges were unanimous in their decision to award first prize to the team from Sage Pay — comprising Rik...

source: Finextra

The public domain calculators aim to make it easier for everyone to establish whether or not a given work is in the public domain in a given jurisdiction. Public domain calculation can provide value to memory institutions, lower costs for clearing rights and give the assurance...

source: OpenGlam

Consideration of Cooper Hewitt’s acquisition of the source code of an iPad application offers an opportunity to rethink some of what acquisition can mean for digital materials, and in the process rethink part of what...

source: Library of Congress

Germany may be busy celebrating a World Cup win, but the country is also hosting the world’s first Torah-writing robot. While the end result of its three-month endeavor is not kosher for use during religious services—there are prayers one traditionally recites...

source: Slate

On Cape Town's waterfront at the southern tip of Africa, the world's biggest museum of contemporary art from across the continent is being carved from a conglomeration of concrete tubes nine stories high. The $50 million project to transform the grim functionality of...

source: Times Live


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