Innovation News from Around the Web
- Digital Trends Live: A helpful robot, iPhone rumors, and more
DigitalTrends.com – “Winn visited the Edison Awards and had a chance to speak with Danny Isserles, CEO of Temi Usa. The company is developing a robot called Temi that incorporates Alexa and can move around environments with its user.”
- Want to keep your food from spoiling too fast? Try putting this in the fridge
USAToday.com – “Can placing a napkin-sized laminated card inside your fridge keep the edibles inside from spoiling too quickly? A family-owned Boston-based company Nature’s Frequencies claims sticking its $75 Food Freshness Card in the center of a typical sized refrigerator, can extend the shelf life of fruits, vegetables and bread ...
- 50 Game-Changing Innovations in Robotics, Home Technology and Medicine
Entrepreneur.com – “Every year, the Edison Awards are given to world-changing innovations in a variety of categories. Winners are chosen by a panel of more than 3,000 business executives including past award winners, academics and leaders in the fields of product development, design, engineering, science and medical.”
- Digital Trends Live: Amazon satellites, Women of the Manhattan Project, and more
DigitalTrends.com – “Later in the show, computing editor Luke Larsen was joined in our Portland studio by Jordan Plawner, the director of A.I. products at Intel, to discuss the differences between machine learning and A.I. and what the future of the technology may look like. Social media manager Riley Winn ...
- Edison Awards Honors Game-Changing Innovations
The Edison Awards has the pulse on the future innovations that will change our world. On April 4th, the 2019 Edison Awards winners of game-changing new products and service were announced. Proving innovation has reached into all categories, the winners covered AI, robotics, consumer electronics, consumer goods, medical, and social ...