IN THIS ISSUE: Google One is Here; Oracle AI Tech Open Source; Reducing Retail Food Waste; Healthcare Standards Loom; Robotic Eyeglasses; Ford Deploys Exoskeletons; Samsung Wi-Fi Mesh for IoT

 

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Google Drives Users to Google One

New program increases storage and cost options, adds 24/7 phone support, can be shared among small groups and tops out at 30TB.

 

Oracle's GraphPipe AI Tech Now Open Source

Oracle has released its GraphPipe machine learning technology to the open source community, hoping to propel an enterprise standard.

 

App Maker Claims to Cut Retail Food Waste in Half

ShelfEngine replaces human emotion with artificial intelligence to make less wasteful buying decisions.

 

Healthcare Industry Braces for Data Explosion

Developers and service providers convene to build standards for APIs, data storage and cloud computing.

 

Versatile New Robot Breaks Barriers

Designed in Israel for search-and-rescue operations, the RSTAR can tackle rough terrain and crawl through tight spaces.

 

Robotics for Improving Vision in Elderly

Early prototypes might look like props from a Star Trek episode, but these new glasses adjust instantly to changing visual conditions.

 

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Ford Deploys Exoskeleton on Assembly Line

The car maker teamed with Ekso Biotics to develop wearable robotic assist system to alleviate work-related injuries and stresses.

 

Samsung Wi-Fi Mesh Claims a Smarter Home

The Korean electronics giant has unveiled SmartThings, a device networking system that it claims can be the only one needed in the home.