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Artificial intelligence may have fallen short of the 20th century’s science fiction expectations. In 2016, we are not served by armies of humanoid robots, our cars don’t fly through the air, and our vacations are not being booked by interplanetary travel agencies. However, its steady pace of development has brought it to the focus of attention of some of the biggest trendsetters on the web. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg believes computers will soon have more advanced perception of this world than humans.
In today’s digital world, real estate shopping has moved almost exclusively online. Real estate listing portals, such as Zillow or Trulia, have helped usher in the era of visual search as the future of buying or selling your home online. They’ve gotten so popular in fact, that many of the top real estate portals are managing over one million new images per day as sellers and realtors want to provide the best presentation of their home and users demand to see every nook and cranny before actually visiting the property. read more…
We use it everyday – driving our cars, heating our homes and powering our economies. OIL.
But have you ever really thought about how we access the black gold from giant underground reservoirs?
Artificial Intelligence seemed to promise so much, robot butlers or a useful companion that comes as part of the fridge. Intelligent technology seemed to be industry standard by about 2015, according to the popular culture of the early 90s…Yet the reality has never quite lived up to the futuristic fantasy.
A few weeks ago, Restb had the great fortune to be selected as one of 15 promising Barcelona startups to attend TechCrunch Disrupt 2016 in San Francisco. While it was an honor to attend, we had no idea what was about to unfold.