Microsoft’s AI Tech Powers Shanghai TV Station’s New Weather Reporter

Shanghai Dragon TV has employed an artificial intelligence (AI) robot as a weather reporter on its live breakfast show. “I’m happy to start my new work on the winter solstice,” said XiaoIce during her debut on Tuesday morning.   XiaoIce is actually a piece of software developed by Microsoft using smart cloud and big data, Xinhua news agency… Read More »

Electronic Toys May Hamper Language Development in Kids

Parents, take note! Playing with books and traditional toys such as wooden puzzles may be better for language development in kids than expensive electronic toys that produce words and songs, scientists say. In a new study, electronic toys for infants that produce lights, words and songs were found to be associated with decreased quantity and quality of language… Read More »

Asteroid to Say Hello to Santa This Christmas Eve

Nasa scientists have generated the highest-resolution images to date of an Asteroid that will safely fly past Earth on the Christmas eve at a distance of 11 million km. Using the Deep Space Network’s 230-foot antenna at Goldstone, California, the radar images of Asteroid 2003 SD220 were acquired when the distance to this near-Earth object (NEO) was narrowing… Read More »

Celebrity Chefs Create Christmas Delights for ISS Astronauts

Michelin-starred chefs are vying to create Christmas delights for astronauts spending the festive season 400 kilometres away from Earth and their families. The latest in the pack is London celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal who is crafting delicacies for British astronaut Tim Peake currently on board the International Space Station (ISS). The first British astronaut to the ISS space… Read More »

Solar Impulse 2 Ready to Fly Again by April 20

The sun-powered plane Solar Impulse 2, grounded in Hawaii since the summer for repairs, will be ready to fly again by April 20, the project’s spokeswoman told AFP Wednesday. The plane completed nearly half of an unprecedented round-the-world journey without using a drop of fuel before battery pack damage during a gruelling five-day leg from Japan to Hawaii… Read More »

8 Ways to Protect Your Blog from Bad Web Hosting

Web hosting. It’d very basic in it’s own form, yet super complicated at it’s deepest levels. The most important thing for you to know as a site owner or blogger, is to make sure you choose a high-quality web hosting provider from day one. Not only will a quality host allow your site to load fast and keep… Read More »

5 Dreadful Mistakes that Are Ruining Your WordPress SEO And Leaking You Traffic

It is not finding new ways to grow your traffic rather it is finding and fixing your website issues. Finding where your site is leaking your traffic and fixing all those holes. The sooner you fix the mistakes you are making on your sites the faster you will get more traffic from Google. When it comes to SEO, there… Read More »