A robot that’s a security guard

A robot that’s a security guard

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Your face is your passport at Qantas

Qantas is trialling a biometrics system that uses your face as your passport at Sydney International Airport. Participants will have their face scanned to prove identity, instead of a passport. In the future your face will be your passport and your boarding pass. Qantas customers will not only be able to check-in for their flight using the technology, it is also available for their lounge staff who can create a more personalized experience when you arrive. https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/05/your-face-will-be-your-passport-qantas-passengers-start-using-biome.html?

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The world’s first commercial rock lobster hatchery

A new partnership with the University of Tasmania is planning to commercialise rock lobster production research and establish the world’s first hatchery for rock lobsters. Despite the high value of rock lobsters the long and complex lifecycle has made it impossible before now to produce the species in a commercially scalable hatchery. Australian companies are being offered the opportunity to collaborate with the University of Tasmania to scale-up and commercialise its innovative rock lobster aquaculture systems and related technologies.. http://www.imas.utas.edu.au/news/news-items/world-leading-aquaculture-breakthrough-to-transform-lobster-production

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Personalised gifts while you wait

I first discovered this shop in Venice a few years ago and bought a personalised apron for our daughter. She recently discovered one in Syracuse Sicily. I’m now in Florence and there’s one here near the Duomo. Surprising that there are not more around the world. A machinist sits at the window and embroiders any name that you like on their items. www.ricamiveronicaroma.it

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Minimalist products focused on wellness

Brandless, the online retailer dedicated to minimalist and affordable products, is now expanding into the billion-dollar clean beauty market. It became popular last year when it cut out hidden middleman markups for home supplies. It found success in non-perishables and household cleaning products, and now it wants to bring that transparency to wellness-inspired personal care products. www.fastcompany.com/40586488/brandless-takes-on-the-ever-growing-clean-beauty-industry

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A car vending machine that gives free test drives if you have a good credit score

This car vending machine in Guangzhou, China, lets you test-drive Ford vehicles you’re looking to buy. You select the model you’re interested in, put down a deposit electronically, schedule a pickup time, and snap a selfie so the vending machine can recognize you when you pick up the car for a test drive. The test drives are up to 3 days and free, as long as you have a very respectable credit score of 700 or above. www.theverge.com/2018/3/26/17163478/ford-alibaba-cat-car-vending-machine-china

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A vet to your home

The Vets on Call app will enable pet owners to connect with nearby vets to book in-home consultations for their pets. This means you don’t have to transport your pet to a clinic. You search for an appointment for the time and date that suits you, select a vet who is available and detail the issue being faced by the pet. The app generates a price for the visit before securing the appointment. Visits can be scheduled from 6am to 11pm. They also give you complete access to your pet’s health record – it’s saved in your profile. http://vetsoncall.pet/

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A DNA test that’s helpful in treating depression

According to the National Institutes of Mental Health 50 percent of people diagnosed with depression use a medication to treat it. The right drug can radically improve patients’ quality of life; the wrong one can actually make their symptoms worse. A new genetic test called GeneSight analyzes 12 genes from a sample to predict how a person will respond to more than 55 psychotropic medications (drugs designed to affect a patient’s mental state). A study has showed that patients in the GeneSight segment were 50 percent more likely to achieve “remission” (a score in the “normal” range) than patients in the control group. https://futurism.com/genesight-dna-test-treating-depression/

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An AI world first for a live news event

UK Sky News recently announced that it will use AI-based facial recognition during the broadcast of the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on May 19th. Now, as guests arrive, their names and some background information will appear on the broadcast- a special Who’s Who application. The service will be available via the Sky News mobile app or via skynews.com, and will be up and running as soon as the doors to the Chapel open. https://futurism.com/royal-wedding-facial-recognition-ai/

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An autism school program making a difference

Marangaroo Primary School is one of five public schools in Western Australia hosting a new program for students with autism. Under the program students receive intensive instructions in their own classes, while given every opportunity to integrate with mainstream students. The ultimate aim is for them to transition into mainstream classes.The programs follow the WA curriculum and target age-appropriate academic skills while addressing the many challenges associated with autism including socialisation, emotional regulation, limited interests and repetitive behaviours. Eligible students require an ASD diagnosis, without accompanying intellectual disability, and need to be independent in terms of toileting and dressing. www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-12/new-wa-autism-school-program-making-a-difference/9642608

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Putting data into play

Catapult has grown from a modest Australian startup into a global leader in athlete analytics. Its technology is powering sports superstars and elite teams around the world, improving performance and preventing injuries before they happen. Many players at the current Commonwealth Games on Queensland’s Gold Coast are fitted with a small device designed to track every move they make. The goal is to optimise performance and reduce injuries. https://www.australiaunlimited.com/technology/putting-data-into-play

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