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Celebrate NFT Set to Champion Web 3.0 Commerce with NFT Drop

As the NFT world continues to gain more ground and infiltrate all aspects of the digital ecosystem, Celebrate NFT is already implementing the features of Web 3.0 and bringing the vision to life with its proposed NFT drop.

Celebrate NFT is set to leverage the expanding metaverse by building on the web 3.0 concept to collaborate with top NFT projects, brands, and influencers to create exclusive metaverse wearables. CelebrateNFT plans to create a marketplace for this while getting those partner brands and NFT projects into the metaverse.

Before the marketplace is launched, the …

Are wearables the next NFT megatrend?

All the buzz seems to suggest that wearables are going to be a key mechanism for driving the love for NFTs in the metaverse. Walking around Decentraland, one Avatar can’t help but be envious of the style on display, from branded capes to a little bit of bling, wearables are certainly collectors in this virtual world. At one point, Kraken cleverly started to drop free wearables to festival attendees who would claim them and wear them to different events. The metaverse offers endless…

Accessing and Cleaning Data from Garmin Wearables for Analysis

A Friendly how-to guide on extracting Garmin Fenix data for people in a hurry

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The Intersection of the Internet of Things with AI (AIoT)

Every day, increased technological becoming more contemporary. Advances in the convergence of and the internet of things i.e. AIoT are disrupting conventional business operations in a wide range of industries.

SwissCognitive Guest Blogger: Rebecca Williams,Senior Technical Content Writer at Matellio

SwissCognitive, AI, Artificial Intelligence, Bots, CDO, CIO, CI, Cognitive Computing, Deep Learning, IoT, Machine Learning, NLP, Robot, Virtual reality, learning and IoT are both emerging innovative technologies with a lot of potentials. Traditional business procedures in numerous industries are being disrupted by advances in the internet of things (IoT) and (). The IoT is a technology that is assisting us in reimagining modern routines, but is the true driving factor behind the IoT’s maximum capabilities. As a result, combining these two will assist both individuals and authorities.


How AI Will Transform Healthcare

It’s January 2026. You wake up. Your digital health assistant takes thirty seconds to run a full diagnostic of your body, deploying dozens of sensors capturing gigabytes of data. It tells you that based on the last 48 hours, you might be coming down with the flu.
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How close are we to this vision? Artificial intelligence (AI) is a machine’s ability to use its own intelligence to analyze data, learn patterns, and use it to predict future outcomes. It’s like teaching a machine basic math, and watching it eventually learn calculus.
So, what does this mean for healthcare?
It’s envisioning an AI that will learn your preferences, anticipate your needs and behaviors, monitor your health, and help you problem-solve in support of your health.… Read more...

Wearable “Solutions” and the Internet of Incarceration

In recent years, calls for radical prison reform and a solution to the U.S.’ opioid crisis have come to permeate national politics in the United States. With over two million people behind bars and more than 400,000 people dead from opioid misuse in the last two decades, these topics are often on the front page of major newspapers in the U.S. and abroad.

However, at the same time, the marketing of wearable technology, or wearables, as a solution to both of these hot-button issues has become promoted by key players in both the public and private sectors. Especially since COVID-19, these electronic devices that can be worn as accessories, embedded in clothes or even implanted under the skin, are frequently heralded by corporations, academics and influential think tanks as “cost effective”, technological solutions to these deeply rooted problems.