Introduction Google Glass is a wearable computer that you wear on your face. It has a small screen in front of one eye and can run apps and take pictures. It’s also controversial because many people feel that it invades their privacy by recording everything they do. Still, Google Glass […]

Introduction Cloud computing is a way for companies to store and access data, applications, and services over the internet. Cloud computing is an elastic model because it can be scaled to match varying needs. Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services — including applications and storage — over the […]

Introduction Supervised learning is a type of machine learning used to predict future outcomes. It uses training data containing known outcomes (labels) and their features, which are input variables that we use to build our model. Supervised learning algorithms are trained using labeled data. Supervised learning algorithms are trained using […]

Introduction Augmented reality (AR) is a live direct or indirect view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer generated sensory input such as sound, video and haptic feedback. It’s a way to see objects that aren’t really there, but your brain believes they are. Augmented Reality […]