Although quarantine has us all day inside the house, sometimes it seems that we have less time than ever for some activities, including essential things such as being well informed.
If you could not see our Trends Digital News Live, take a look at this summary of the technological news that they highlighted this week, so that you are up to date and always have something interesting to tell in your next videoconference.
And speaking of videoconferences, if you are one of the many people who are using zoom to work, this interests you: now you can transcribe them in real time with a new artificial intelligence function of a tool called Otter.AI. The subscription to the version offered by this service has a cost of $ 20 per month, but two months are currently offered.
Despite some incidents that have generated criticism in the past, the software of Tesla’s autonomous electric vehicles is improving, and the company wants it to be known. That is why they created a video in which it is demonstrated, with real cases, how this software has saved the life of careless pedestrians, braking cars just in time.
These days there is always something new to say about the coronavirus. One of the news that captured everyone this week was that two cats gave positive to the virus in New York, fueling the conversation about how vulnerable the pets are to COVID-19. But do not worry: the pair of felines is well and a prompt recovery is expected.
Today, for our second segment we interview Rubí Martínez, Multicultural Public Relations Manager of Comcast, who told us about the new free packages they offer for people affected by the Coronavirus.
The Robotic Dog Spot is making a huge contribution in the fight against coronavirus at the Brigham and Women’s hospital in Boston. Its objective is to reduce physical interaction between the doctor and the patient to avoid infections and increase the number of times that the doctor can be present virtually, using a support and a personalized housing for a tablet, to facilitate videoconferences Between these and their patients.
Do you miss Baby Yoda? Surely yes. But we have good news: in addition to the second season of The Mandalorian, which opens in October, the people of Variety already confirmed that Jon Favreu and his team are working in the third part of this story that has the actor Pedro Pascal and the Little green character like big stars.