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Question by Danny D: What job will I get if I study M.Tech in Robotics?
What type of job will I get and please tell the average salary. Also please tell me about the scope of Robotics. Thanks in advance!
Answer by DrIG
Information is below.
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The two great icons of our industry, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, came up in a talk given by Malcolm Gladwell recently at the Toronto Public Library. In discussing capitalism and entrepreneurship, Gladwell makes the point that amorality — i.e. the absence of a moral compass in making business decisions — is a fundamental prerequisite for being a successful business leader. He considers the entirety of Bill Gates’ tenure as Microsoft chief to be that of “the most ruthless capitalist,” which is not too dissimilar from his analysis of Steve Jobs’ leadership. The difference, says Gladwell, is that Gates turned away from that amoral (note, not immoral) behavior after retiring and took up the task of spending his wealth on philanthropic…
It’s in every science fiction book and movie since forever. Humans — the ordinary non-astronaut kind, like you and I — going up into space like it’s no big deal. And it’s generally believed that one day, eventually, space flight will become mainstream.
But alas, the day draws nigh. XCOR Aerospace and Space Expedition Corporation (SXC) have introduced the first aircraft that can endure frequent repeat trips to sub-orbital levels before tuckering out: the Lynx. Since the Lynx, a small fighter-esque plane that only holds two people, can make multiple trips a day back and forth to space, space flight becomes affordable enough for anyone to take the trip.
Well, not necessarily anyone. By “affordable,” I mean $ 95,000 for a ticket.
You’ll co-pilot the mission yourself, since there’s only space for two. The flight will last four or five minutes, over various spots on the planet, wherein the Lynx will flip upside down to give you a full view of our lovely rock.
According to Chief Test Pilot Rick Searfoss, who has traveled up into space with NASA three times as a Space Shuttle Commander, you’ll be able to see the curve of the earth and the thin blue line that separates our atmosphere from the black vacuum of space.
And though the Lynx doesn’t go past sub-orbital levels (around 100 kilometers), you’ll still feel entirely weightless.
The company has already sold over 175 tickets, and at $ 95,000 a pop, they’ll turn a profit immediately once they begin regular flights with private citizens. For now, we’re only in the testing phase, with commercial flights beginning no later than 2014.
Here’s an animation of the Lynx:
Question by solutions: if you send money via xoom, will the recipient see your address and full name?
i don’t want the recipient to see my name and address, is that possible?
Answer by samantha
all they see is the name of your account which does not have to be your real name.
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- Name at least three jobs that have been influenced by such technological advances as robotics word processing software fax machines and electronic mail
We’ve already heard about broadcast plans for the 2012 London Olympics in the US on NBC and UK from BBC, but what about other areas of the world? YouTube, which is partnering with NBC on streaming in the US, has also struck a deal with the International Olympic Committee to stream 2,200 hours on 10 live high definition feeds to viewers in 64 territories across Asia and sub-Saharan Africa. That only extends to countries where the digital rights haven’t already been snapped up, but it does mean that in many regions people will have access to a level of coverage that has never been available at all before on computers, phones and tablets. The English language commentated feeds will be available daily depending on the competition schedule, plus a 24-hour broadcast of the Olympic News Channel. YouTube has already made a name for itself as a sports broadcaster to worldwide markets with events like Indian Premier League Cricket and now with the Olympics it’s taking another step forward. Check the press release after the break for the full list of countries as well as a video peek behind the scenes of producing such a large event.
By all means, we were quite impressed when we first laid eyes on NEC’s LaVie Z early last month, but much to our disappointment, details were a wee bit scarce at that time. Fortunately for us (and you), however, the company’s finally detailed the specs we can expect to see on its 13.3-inch Ultrabook. Among these are — you guessed it — Intel Ivy Bridge CPUs (i5-3317U, i7-3517U) and an above-average 1600 x 900 display — of course, let’s not forget it’s all bundled up in a 999g package, or about 2.2 pounds if the gram system isn’t your thing. As stated earlier, the LaVie Z will be Japan-only once it launches later this summer, though NEC has said it hopes to bring the Ultrabook to other markets at some point in the future. We’ll have to wait and see.
What’s better than one GoPro camera? Two, naturally. But what about 50?
Well, control over 50 GoPro Hero cameras is exactly what you’ll get with the freshly announced WiFi BacPac + WiFi Remote Combo Kit.
The combo will allow you to WiFi-enable both your HD Hero and HD Hero2 cameras, a la BacPac, which is an attachable casing. Then, the WiFi Remote will go with you wherever your creative and sport-tastic desires may lead, including underwater, to control up to 50 GoPro cameras at a time from up to 600 feet.
The BacPac will also allow you to control just as many cameras from your smartphone or tablet, as soon as the GoPro App is available. The company promises it’s “coming soon.” The app will then allow you to not only control the cameras, but live preview and play back videos and photos taken with your GoPro. You can also transfer content from the GoPro to your smartphone or tablet via WiFi, as well as livestream GoPro content direct to your phone.
To celebrate the launch, GoPro paired up with skater Ryan Sheckler who skated through Manhattan with 50 GoPros set up along his path. The result is this:
The Wi-Fi BacPac + Wi-Fi Remote Combo Kit is now available for $ 99.99 on GoPro.com and other various retailers in the U.S. and Europe.
LAST CHANCE: Watch Venus Transit The Sun Tomorrow Or Have To Wait Another 105 Years (Note: You Will Be Dead)
Tomorrow afternoon (USA time) Venus will cross transit the sun and be visible from earth for several hours. Just make sure to use the old ‘poke a hole in a piece of cardboard’ trick and watch the shadow on the ground so you don’t go blind. Save that for masturbating.
Because Venus and the earth don’t orbit the sun on the exact same plane–Venus’ orbit is tipped 3.4 degrees relative to ours–most of the time it’s too high or too low…It only lines up in all 3 dimensions and traverses across the sun four times during an unusual 243 year cycle, with the transits coming in pairs separated by alternating periods of 121.5 and 105.5 years.
In the United States, the transit will begin at roughly 6:04 Eastern, 5:04 Central, 4:05 Mountain, and 3:06 Pacific Time. Over the course of several hours, Venus will appear as a small dot moving slowly against backdrop of the sun.
The next few transits will be in December 2117, December 2125, June 2247 and June 2255.
So yeah, if you want to see it get out there tomorrow afternoon, because there’s no way you’re gonna be alive in 105 years. “But what if they cryogenically freeze me and then bring me back to life?” Please, nobody’s gonna pay to have you frozen.
Thanks to bb, who made me promise to catch her a star in a net even though she knows my good star-catching net has a hole in it and I’ll have to sew the legs shut on the boxers I’m wearing and use those. Don’t look at my butt!
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Whenever i charge my LG Ally (android) it will randomly switch to the clock but it didnt do that before How c?
Question by Catharina J: Whenever i charge my LG Ally (android) it will randomly switch to the clock but it didnt do that before How c?
I have an LG Ally and whenever I start to charge it, it will randomly go to the clock page about every 20ish seconds. Before, when I would charge it, it would charge but it would still let me use it normally and would never go to the clock randomly. I have had my phone for about 6 months and it is also an android. Can anyone help? Thanks guys!
Answer by james
The LG Ally has a Docking station that it can be used with that charges it and hooks it to computer. This dock plugs into the same port that you charge your phone through. When docked a small magnet inside the phone next to the charging port reacts to the metal plate on the dock to tell the phone to enter its “Alarm Clock” screen. Your phone thinks for some reason that it has been placed in the docking station every time you put it on charge, so it would seem to me either you are charging your phone on something metal that the magnet is picking up or the magnetic switch in your phone is stuck. You may be able to unstick it by hitting the charging port on a hard surface, lightly though you don’t want to break your phone.
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