Ayesha Salim

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Ayesha Salim is Staff Writer at IDG Connect

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Handheld Technology

Indian Smart Shoes Creator on Fashion & Wearables

Does wearable tech need to collaborate with the fashion industry more? Indian smart shoes creator Krispian Lawrence seems to think so...

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Handheld Technology

30 Years of Smart Shoes

Back in the '80s who would have imagined a computer in a shoe? From the '80s to present day, Ayesha Salim looks at the evolution of the modern "smart" shoe.

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Handheld Technology

"Force Illusions" Could Help the Visually Impaired

"Force Illusions” could benefit people with visual impairments.

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Technology Planning and Analysis

Francisco J. Vico and the First Computer-Musicians

Could a computer one day be able to compete with human composers?

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Software Development Tools

London Tech Week: Will AI Put Your Job At Risk?

Technology is developing fast - but should you be worried about losing your job?

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Technology Planning and Analysis

Passing the Turing Test: A Victory for AI?

A computer programme has convinced humans that it is a 13-year-old Ukrainian boy and become the first computer to pass the Turing test. Is this a turning point for...

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InfoShot: Desktop Search Decline is Reshaping Google

Desktop search will decline by $1.4 billion this year.

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Healthcare

Apple's HealthKit: Simple But Smart

Apple has announced the launch of a health app - and the implications could be huge for healthcare.

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Cloud Computing Applications

Nuance and the Art of Speech Recognition

The potential of speech recognition in healthcare and security

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