The Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes has taken place every holiday season in New York City since 1933. But this year the always festive finale will look different — and be way more high-tech.
That’s because Intel is bringing in its lightweight Shooting Star Mini drones — the ones that made appearances at the Olympics and the Super Bowl —  for some light-filled, choreographed visions. The final scene is called “Christmas Lights”; it’s all very on theme.
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Most notable will be the sheer number of drones: A hundred of them, all synced and moving together to create holiday cheer. The drones hold LED lights that can make 4 billion colorful combinations.  Read more…More about Holidays, Drones, Intel, Tech, and Drones
Date/time: 10th November 2018, 09:01

For three decades this was speech recognition: You would talk to your computer, typically using a head-mounted microphone and either the unpublicized speech-recognition app in Microsoft Windows or a version of Dragon NaturallySpeaking, from Nuance Communications. If you enunciated carefully, words would appear on the screen or commands would be executed. Today, much-improved speech recognition is being widely deployed, and in the last two years, it has given birth to a new family of consumer products: voic

Source: Speech recognition grows up and goes mobile | Computerworld