Errors in object recognition can be costly: an old chocolate bar could be mistaken for a cellphone and moved to the charging station, or vice versa — a cellphone could be placed in the trashcan. The set of objects that may be encountered in an unstructured environment such as a home or office is essentially unbounded and dynamically grows as our increasingly capitalist global economy designs new products to satisfy demand from consumers (and shareholders). … [Read more...] about Robots Search Google Goggles to Pick New Things Up
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We introduce a new Periodic micro coaxial transmission line (PMTL) that is capable of sustaining a TEM propagation mode up to THz band. The PMTL can be manufactured using the current photolithographic processes. This transmission line can be embedded in microscopic layers that allow many new applications. We use the PMTL to develop a wideband highly scalable connector that is then used in a Probe that can be used for connecting to microscopic scale Integrated Circuits with picoseconds High Speed Digital and near THz Analogue performance in various stages of development from R&D to production testing. These probes, in one embodiment, provide a thin pen-like vertical probe tip that matches the die pad pattern precisely that can be as agile as a high speed plotter pen, connecting on the fly to any die pattern on a wafer. … [Read more...] about Is Google Aiming at Building Faster Networks and Data Transmissions?
But it’s not just about how much you spend, Google also uses a metric know as a ‘quality score’. This looks at how relevant your ad is to the searcher, how many clicks your ad has received previously and how relevant your landing page is. You need to link to a specific landing page that fulfils the promise of your advert, rather than just a regular homepage. … [Read more...] about Paid search and PPC: a super accessible beginner’s guide
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