○ weekly briefing Consists of a series of articles marking the week more technology. This week’s digest starts May 16, 2022 and runs through May 21, 2022. This is the first time the site has enhanced the informational content panel, allowing our readers to focus on the most interesting and worthy articles.
During the last week, several technical or scientific proposals were shown (or announced) to the public. Among mobiles and other devices, we have chosen to include those that can be confused and still be interesting, starting with the French-British consortium’s planned launch of a solar power plant in space, through Spotify’s commitment to the NFT trend (the democratization of these non-replicable tokens) and adoption), Acer’s commitment to the environment with the “Vero” series, followed by Sony, which already had these stray experiences, and took the opportunity to announce the new LinkBuds S (made from recycled materials) ) Finally, we focus on Introduces the use of artificial intelligence to create sommeliers to help raters characterize (quality) alcoholic beverages.
This section is intended to condense some of the information and the most important issues in the world of technology and/or video games this week so that we can guarantee our readers a chance to see what might be of most interest to you, or in some cases the way, Can be ignored in the hustle and bustle of everyday life, keeping us in sync with the world and technology. We hope you enjoy our rounded up selection!
1. technology — May 16, 2022
UK plans to build space-based solar power plant
Martin Soltau said the project team developed a prototype of the solar power plant, which will be completed within 12 years. The factory, which will be robotically assembled in orbit, will transmit gigawatts of energy from space to Earth as early as 2035. This will be achieved with more than 300 rockets that will be sent into space along with the necessary materials and capable of capturing 12 times more energy. Traditional panels on Earth. Check out our article on how the team plans to use this innovative factory.
2. Application – Spotify — May 17, 2022
Spotify wants to promote NFTs on its platform
Spotify seems to be another company that wants to join the market trend, this time, it’s not the music market, we’re talking about the crypto asset market – more specifically, a purchase of NFTs (non-fungible tokens) when the market suffers . A token is a kind of passport (or title deed) for algorithmically generated code, so it is “non-fungible”, meaning it is “non-reproducible”, i.e. it cannot be copied, which is what makes NFTs so accurate (as if it were a digital artwork). Sales of NFTs fell 92% last September to 19,000 copies on May 3, according to The Wall Street Journal.
3. technology — May 18, 2022
Acer expands its eco-conscious portfolio with Vero
After Intel said it was committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, seeking to achieve a “net zero” goal with other manufacturers integrating the processor giant’s technology ecosystem, now it was Acer’s turn with Intel to demonstrate the most diverse eco-alignment “Vero” products that will be equipped with Intel 12th Generation processors. Check out our article to see what both sides have to say on this.
4. Technology— earplugs — May 18, 2022
Sony releases new headphones: LinkBuds S
These LinkBuds S are not only elegant and stylish, they are also designed with the environment in mind. Like the rest of the LinkBuds line, the entire packaging of these earphones is plastic-free, and the earphones use recycled materials from auto parts. What’s more, the LinkBuds S support Google’s new Quick Pair feature, which means you can quickly and easily pair the headphones with your Android device. The Swift Pair feature allows you to quickly and easily pair the headset with a laptop, PC or tablet running Windows 10 or 11. Check out our article and check out the specs of this new Sony device.
5. Technology— There — May 19, 2022
AI sommelier reviews wine without tasting
This AI algorithm was developed based on a decade of professional reviews collected by Wine Enthusiast magazine (about 125,000 in total) (beer reviews were also used). The tool is not intended to replace the role of the professional taster, but to complement the work of these individuals, facilitating the performance of their responsibilities with support tools to ensure the reliability of the assessment. Check out our article on these and other goals that served as the basis for creating this sommelier.
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