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We Asked a Robot to Teach Us About Love

We Asked a Robot to Teach Us About Love — Here’s What We Learned Guest post By Emily Manuel Being in her presence is thrilling and unsettling, interacting with her even more so. Her head turns, her eyes blink, and her mouth moves as she speaks. Her hair is brown hair is short and streaked…

Sports Production Companies Embracing Remote Production

Sports Production Companies Embracing Remote Production Bridge Technologies has long been a fervent proponent of IP technology and the benefits it brings to those who create, produce and distribute content. Increasingly, that content is sport – and the company says its probes are revolutionising what’s possible with remote production. Take, for example, a major French…

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Making the complex simple in an IP world

Graphics: making the complex simple Blog The oldest known maps date back over 4,000 years, with the first map of the world produced in the 16th century. Today, we take them for granted (although satellite navigation systems have perhaps rendered the reading of maps a forgotten skill…). Obviously, a map looks nothing like what it…