At the annual CES tech show in Las Vegas, hundreds of start-ups provided products aimed at improving education and health workincrease productivity and help save the planet.
Here are some highlights From the 2023 edition of Folklore Festival that ends on Sunday:
Brain scan cap
Like a sorting hat in book “Harry Potter” seriesthe iSyncWave sits on top of the headdoes a quick analysis of You and he reads out It results.
But this tool is not magic.
Developed by iMediSync, the headset performs an electroencephalogram (EEG) and uses artificial intelligence to predict potential risks. of Cognitive problems, including Alzheimer’s, within 10 minutes.
The South Korean company believes that its headphones can be radical reduce financial costs and time required for such diagnostic tests. the device he could also maybe used one day to perform certain treatments for Neurological diseases.
mature and ready
the start-up OneThird aims to fight Food waste, infrared display device That “cleaned” avocado – for Any maturity seems to roll of Dice.
everybody one What you have to do is place an avocado under the scanner, and that’s when algorithms determine whether it’s “not ripe yet,” “ripe,” or “overripe,” representing a color-coded response. on a mobile Implementation.
the device he also Described as a way of Prevent supermarket customers from squeezing avocado after avocado, which can make it spoil faster.
The company takes its name from fact that one Third of global Food products go to waste.
Coding without coding
With the increase of computers in Complicated day by day, many startups are making networking easier with techespecially for people who No know how to code.
At the Tactigon booth, Nadia Giuliani is standing by behind a small The robot, holding two joysticks connected, clapping her hands and saying “clap”. the device He imitates her directly with applause. Could you also use to teach dance moves for android.
“We are now using voice Commands and gestures because we need to get more normal interface with the digital world”,” says Massimiliano Bellino, boss of Tactigon parent Next Industries. “we need To humanize the interaction with the digital world,” he adds.
Italian company booth of softwarebased on on Artificial intelligence designed in private for factories, so technicians can teach robots perform tasks instead of the need to program manually. Tactigon promises a productivity gain of 30% thanks to algorithms.
Smart punching bag
I-Perskin, A.; wireless Sack slips over any punching bag, features light-up Flexible electronic targets and sensors that guide exercises and analyze the user’s strength and accuracy.
a mobile The app helps set exercises and review performance.
French startup designed The wrapper, I-Percut, is intended to be sold initially to gyms.