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Tuesday July 25, 2017

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NYU Poly Given $2M Grant to Develop 5G Network

NYU Poly Given $2M Grant to Develop 5G Network

Brooklyn's NYU Polytechnical Campus researchers have been given $2 million to work towards developing 5G cellular networks, which could make download speeds up to 1,000 times faster than 4G and offer tons of space, since it is currently completely unused. The technology isn't expected to be [Full Story…]

Bloomberg LP Launches New Research Platform

Bloomberg LP Launches New Research Platform

Recently, Bloomberg LP launched a real-time research platform that covers over 100 industries and is available as part of the Bloomberg Professional service. David Dwyer, director of global research told Wall Street & Technology that Bloomberg Industries (BI) combines 'analysis and insights from [Full Story…]

IBM Develops First Chip that Mimics the Human Brain

IBM Develops First Chip that Mimics the Human Brain

Armonk, NY-based IBM has recently unveiled the first generation of chips that is supposed to mimic the human brain. The unveiling is three years in the making after IBM partnered with several universities, after being awarded a grant by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. The grant was to [Full Story…]

Bloomberg Launches New Law Research Service

Bloomberg Launches New Law Research Service

Bloomberg, the media giant founded by the NYC Mayor, started by providing financial data to Wall Street executives.  Now the company is trying to do the same for the law industry, as it has launched Bloomberg Law, its new electronic legal research service which will compete with the likes of [Full Story…]

Stevens hosts Research & Entrepreneurship Day

Stevens hosts Research & Entrepreneurship Day

Research & Entrepreneurship day will take place at Stevens Institute of Technology, April 30, in the Canavan Arena, Schaefer Athletic Center, on Steven's Hoboken Campus. The day will showcase Steven's advanced technologies, including start-up companies and student based research [Full Story…]

NY Public Library Gets Automated Book Sorter

NY Public Library Gets Automated Book Sorter

The New York Public Library has a new $3.2 Million automated book sorter, housed in a renovated warehouse in Long Island City, Queens, The New York Times reports. The machine helps sort the books sent each year from one branch library to another, as the library had been having trouble recruiting [Full Story…]

Time Warner Cable Announces New Stipend Program

Time Warner Cable Announces New Stipend Program

New York based Time Warner Cable is starting a new program that will award stipends to researchers affiliated with universities and non-profits. The stipends, which go up to $20,000, will be given to researchers who are investigating the future of digital technologies for widespread use. Those who [Full Story…]

Obama Talks Tech at Hudson Valley Community College

Obama Talks Tech at Hudson Valley Community College

President Barack Obama will deliver a speech in Troy, New York in Hudson Valley Community College that will focus on the administration's planned efforts to further innovation in technology, which include developing an advanced information technology system and expanding IT use for healthcare [Full Story…]

Semantic Analysis Discussed at Web 3.0 Conference

Semantic Analysis Discussed at Web 3.0 Conference

NYConvergence ORIGINALThis afternoon, NYConvergence attended the Web 3.0 Conference at the New Yorker Hotel; specifically this panel – “Leveraging Semantic Text Analysis for Marketing, Research, and Operations”  or basically “How to use the meaning of words to monetize your online content.” [Full Story…]

Bell Labs Shifting Research Focus

Bell Labs Shifting Research Focus

The NJ-based research arm of Lucent Technologies has announced that the team of scientists doing fundamental research in material science and so-called device physics is being disbanded. Some of the scientists have been reassigned to other areas of research, including basic physical research in the [Full Story…]

Survey Finds NYers E-Mail Obsessed

Survey Finds NYers E-Mail Obsessed

New York Daily News AOL Mail's research found that one in six NYers check their e-mail as soon as they wake up and 15% look in their in-box right after dinner.  Growing numbers even wake up in the night to get their fix. Overall, the study found that the average NYer checks personal e-mail four [Full Story…]