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March 2020
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We love sharing news that’s going around in the tech world. For this month, we look into the steps that researchers are taking towards a tactile internet, how a new AI concept can help students learn through gaming, and why Microchip’s new RN487x chip is favored for building small devices.

Predictive Touch Response Mechanism is a Step Toward a Tactile Internet

Remember when people barely used the internet? Nowadays, everyone is using it and it only continues to evolve. A team of researchers are helping the internet take the next step by developing a method for enhancing haptic feedback experiences between humans and machines. This could lead to the next phase of the Internet.

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Improving AI’s Ability to Identify Students Who Need Help

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Games have the capability to help kids learn and artificial intelligence can help with that. Researchers have designed an AI model that can better predict how much students are learning in educational games. This new concept called multi-task learning will analyze the gamer’s behavior and improve their learning outcomes.

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Google’s Coral AI Ecosystem Incorporates New PMIC’s of Renesas Electronics

Microchip’s new RN487x chip is a modern Power Management Integrated Circuit that is able to use the typical Bluetooth low-energy standard while being more simplistic and easier to configure than a System on a Chip. Take a look at this convenient chip and why it is being favored for building small devices.

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