- Vacu-Man – It’s time to clean your AC unit and dryer vents to ensure they’re functioning properly and safely.
- An AI aquarium in Taiwan can track where you’re looking and provide information on fish in real-time.
- ACWA Robotics has developed Pathfinder, a snake-like robot that searches for cracks in water pipes and helps manage water quality.
- Canadians will have a new option for internet access with Karrier One, a decentralized network using blockchain technology for lower costs and better service.
- Home Security Heroes can test your password’s strength to protect against AI hacking.
- The University of Science and Technology of China has almost perfected 3-D holograms that can be viewed from any lighting situation.
- LaserWeeder, developed by Carbon Robotics, can zap weeds with laser accuracy to protect crops.
- The FBI warns against using public USB charging ports due to the risk of malware infecting mobile devices.
- NASA is working on a rocket that can travel to Mars in just one month to no more than 45 days, significantly reducing the travel time
It’s amazing to see how quickly the warm weather has arrived, and it’s important to start thinking about cleaning your AC unit if you haven’t already. Even if it cools down in the coming week, the musty smell from turning on your AC might be a sign that it’s time for a clean. Additionally, I recently cleaned some dryer vents that were dangerously clogged, so it’s highly encouraged to clean those as well. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
The future of aquarium trips will be revolutionized with the development of an AI aquarium in Taiwan that tracks where you’re looking in the tank and displays information about the fish you see. It’s like having a live encyclopedia right in front of you.
A new robot called Pathfinder, developed by ACWA Robotics, has the ability to search for cracks in water pipes, identify the type of water running through them, and help manage the quality of the water. This innovative robot has won the 2023 CES award for the best innovation, and it can help municipalities identify areas that need pipe replacement and reduce water loss. It slithers through the pipes like a snake and provides data on where attention is needed.
Canadians will soon have another option for internet access with Karrier One, a decentralized network that uses blockchain technology to connect to 5G or 4G networks. This user-owned network will create hotspots and increase the quality of service, all for a low price of $9 per month. It’s estimated that outages will be a thing of the past with this innovative technology.
Password strength is a serious concern for many users, and a new website called Home Security Heroes can test your password’s strength and determine how long it would take an AI to hack it. With 10 characters, it can be instantly hacked, but using a mix of upper and lowercase letters, symbols, and numbers can make it much more secure.
The University of Science and Technology of China has almost perfected 3-D holograms that can be seen with the naked eye. These holograms use high-range ultraviolet rays to project a person or object, and they can be viewed from any lighting situation. This is a significant improvement from previous holographic technology.
Carbon Robotics has received financing to develop a laser weed robot called LaserWeeder that can zap weeds before they cause damage to crops. With laser accuracy, it can find and zap 500 million weeds across 40 different crops, making it a valuable tool for farmers.
The FBI has warned users to avoid using public USB charging ports due to malware that can infect mobile devices and cause serious damage, including clearing out bank accounts. This includes locations such as hotels, airports, and shopping centers.
NASA is making significant progress in increasing the speed at which we can travel through space, and they believe they can have a rocket capable of traveling to Mars in just one month to no more than 45 days. This is a significant improvement from the current seven-month travel time, and it’s exciting to see our space agency making such strides in technology.