Week Links #000

  • Week Links

    As you would expect working in research we are constantly coming across interesting new technologies, products, concepts and the like, so we thought it might be interesting to compile a short list of some of the things which caught the eye of the researchers at IMaR during the the week, enjoy #000 !
  • Facebook to open source AI hardware design

    It sure is an exciting time for AI research, following on from Google Open Sourcing their TensorFlow AI software last month, this week Facebook have announced their intentions to open up their AI hardware.
  • Haute-Circuits from Boldport

    In the search for Christmas gifts ? Our electronic engineers came across these stylized PCB’s [pictured above] designed as part of luxury jewelry for Tiffany, Chopard, Cartier, Yurman, and Harry Winston, and featured in Marie Claire. Swoon !
  • Wio Link from Seeed Studios

    Wio Link is an open-source Wi-Fi development board designed to simplify IoT development by virtualizing plug-n-play modules to Web of Things. You can back the project on Kickstarter and get a board for just €9 !
  • RemoteBoot – WiFi Remote Management Module for PCs

    Another interesting KickStarter project, this module allows you to access files on your PC remotely without having the PC on.
  • Standard Access takes Gold at the 2015 BoI Startup Awards

    Congratulation to Standard Access who continued their winning streak at the Bank of Ireland start-up awards recently. IMaR worked with them to develop the initial hardware and software prototype for the product with support from Enterprise Ireland.
  • Small Research can make a difference too.

    And finally a poignant and personal reflection on the importance of research (no mater how small) from Pat Doody, Research Director at IMaR .