Best Tech Stories around the web #216

This week: MIT's new robot can identify things by sight and by touch, AI robot Ai-Da presents her original artworks at the University of Oxford exhibition, Spielberg writes a horror series you’ll only be able to stream when it’s dark, smart speaker listens for audible signs of cardiac arrest and USI opens its doors in Paris.

INNOVATION

MIT's new robot can identify things by sight and by touch by engadget.com

Touchy-feely rhttps://www.engadget.com/2019/06/17/robot-identify-sight-touch/obots could be the future. Read more

DESIGN

AI robot Ai-Da presents her original artworks in University of Oxford exhibition by dezeen.com

An exhibition of paintings, drawings and sculpture made by Ai-Da, a humanoid robot with artificial intelligence, has been unveiled at a gallery in the UK. Read more

CREATIVE CONTENT

Spielberg After Dark: will a horror show that can only be watched at night be scarier? by theguardian.com

Episodes of the mobile-only series are unlocked when the sun sets. But is TV that can only be watched at a certain time really groundbreaking ? Read more

QUERKY

Smart Speaker Listens for Audible Signs of Cardiac Arrest by spectrum.ieee.org

This AI system detects unique gasping sounds that occur when the heart stops beating. Read more

EVENT

USI Paris – 24-25 June 2019

We need new compasses in this moving digital area and people to open the way. For 10 years now, the USI conference has been gathering in Paris the greatest thinkers, innovative and creative people of our times. A new genre of explorers to guide us through unknown paths. Read more