Best Tech Stories around the web #190

This week: an AI helps doctors to detect Alzheimer's disease, Samsung presents its first folding screen, Vimeo launches a channel dedicated to holograms and China deploys a surveillance tool that recognizes people by how they walk.

INNOVATION

AI detects Alzheimer's disease SIX years early - with 100% accuracy in small study by dailymail.co

A new artificial intelligence system can predict the development of Alzheimer's with 100 percent accuracy and six years before the hallmarks that doctors use to diagnose the disease appear. Read more

CREATIVE CONTENT

Vimeo adds a channel exclusively for holograms by tedcrunch.com

Vimeo  has long regarded itself as the video-sharing site for those that want to get experimental. Well, the company has found a new medium to get creators pumped about, and I think it’s fair to say they’re near the forefront of this one: holograms. Read more

DESIGN

Samsung's folding smartphone concept bends all the rules by wired.com

From the pocket-sized devices of yore, our phones have grown into surrogate laptops for work on the go, and pseudo televisions for watching Netflix on planes. Read more

QUERKY

Chinese 'Gait Recognition' Tech IDs People by How They Walk by nytimes.com

Chinese authorities have begun deploying a new surveillance tool: "gait recognition" software that uses people's body shapes and how they walk to identify them, even when their faces are hidden from cameras. Read more