Polytechnic of Milan, together with the RISE Laboratory of the University of Brescia, monitored 766 agricultural enterprises for its Smart Agrifood Observatory.
They are seven overall, all highly technological and (very) successful: these are the agrifood start-ups that have been rewarded by Deloitte’s Foodtech Accelerator project.
An uncertain environment, realistic growth, digitization as a personal crusade, intuition and data: these are the themes arising from the fourth edition of KPMG’s Global CEO Outlook Survey 2018.
Millie is the first sales assistant with embedded AI technology to be developed by the Canadian start-up Twenty Billion Neurons.
Robots have become ambidextrous, a new development which is bound to revolutionise the organization of many retail companies.
This Sicilian delicacy is the first Protected Geographical Indication product to be equipped with a digital passport to verify the traceability and the genuineness of the product.
The 52nd edition of CES in Las Vegas confirmed again to be the biggest consumer technology trade show.
They might be launched as early as the next academic year, they are fifteen overall and have been created with a single mission: to become a concrete vehicle that can guide young people toward the labour market. Let's find out the new professionalizing degrees together!
The start-up in Rome pOsti has introduced blockchain technology into the food sector, using a platform that protects the Made in Italy brand in the wine and food industry.
A study conducted by the School of Management of the Polytechnic University of Milan, which highlights the strategic value of Analytics methods in enterprises.
Goodbye to our beloved flashing lights! Christmas 2.0 is enlivened by artificial intelligence!
The South Korean label Handsome has launched a new fashion line under the SJYP brand, resulting from the collaboration with Designovel, a start-up specialising in AI fashion technology.
The world-first prototype of a fully 3D printed e-motorbike comes from Germany: it is called Nera and has been produced by NowLab.
Messe Frankfurt and Anie Automazione have scheduled for 2019 a set of events in Italy to discuss the most current and important issues for the technological development of our country.
Google and the Seattle lab Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence have developed BERT (Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformer), an artificial intelligence system that can complete the missing parts of sentences (almost) as well as human beings.
The self-driving is increasingly becoming a hot issue with regard to future mobility, namely a sector in which very important issues are at stake.
The fact that automation and robotics are widely used in food & beverage is there for all to see. The many new experiments and ideas that are much talked about now include Robot.he, a restaurant in Shanghai owned by the Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba, where eating fish is a highly interactive experience.
The cardboard industry is at a turning point or, in any case, will be revolutionised very soon. Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have developed an ultralight and stiffer nanocardboard which can replace the corrugated cardboard that is generally used for consignments.
StitchKit, a sewing kit able to monitor the vital functions of the wearer, arrives in the prêt-à-porter fashion world. Discover it with us!
It is 2 mm thick and it weighs 8 grams per finger. We talk about a nylon glove that can perceive and manipulate virtual reality, but with a realistic sensorial feedback. Let's discover it together!