Ruganzu Bruno, while still an art student at Kyambogo University in Uganda, dreamed of being an artist like Picasso. One day he saw children playing in one of his garbage sculptures in the city. He realized then that he should shift the focus from the sculptures to playgrounds.
A team of researchers from the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid in conjunction with the University of Florence has developed a robot that monitors the quality of water and moves like a real fish.
With this new fabric this is past!
When I say that despite being a innovation management specialist and being able to approach any subject, I maintain a blog to speak only about food innovation, many are astonished: "What is food innovation? Is it a new diet to lose weight? Are you a chef that cooks different foods?" I explain why I chose this topic because I am a food scientist and the doubt goes on: "So you create Frankenstein-type green food in the laboratory, deal with transgenics?"
How about delegating this task to a bot on Facebook?
Although we write a lot in the computer, nothing replaced the good old notebook. And even the notebook is now the target of innovation.
Rosie reviews receipts for expenses and finds irregularities. But do not make mistake, Rosie is a robot. Equipped with artificial intelligence and machine learning, she learns and adjusts parameters on her own.
One of the key performance indicators most used in innovation is the number of patent applications in a period. With the collaborative economy on the rise in an increasingly connected world, there is countercurrent: the open-source movement.
One of the biggest challenges in the aquaculture industry is meeting growing demand for fish. With the increase in consumption, also increases the cost of fish meal, the basis of the feed that feeds them. Higher cost of production means higher price for the final consumer.