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Geeks Squawk Ep 309

Matt Armitage, Kulturpop

28-Jul-17 10:00

Geeks Squawk Ep 309

The geeks talk about Toyota's new electric car, donating your voice for Siri, the Roomba robotic vacuum leveraging on collected data from homes, today's Down In The Dumps, unfortunately, is LoopBall, the world's first Bluetooth connected sports ball and a revolution in nanabots - Tiny swimming Michael Phelps?


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Tags:  enterprisetech talkMatt ArmitageKulturpopToyotaelectric carSirivoice recognitionProject Common VoiceRoombavacuum makerrobotic vacuumiRobotdata breachdown in the dumpsLoopBallBluetooth sport ballnanobotnanotechnologymicro-robotsnano-swimmers





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