Last week the finalists for the Humanized Tech Award 2020 were announced. Today we want to let you know a little bit more about the finalists and what makes them so special. Read along below in random order or check out the website of the finalists themselves.
White smoke has been seen from the Chimney, our judges have made a decision. From all the different nominations for the Humanized Tech Awards 2020, our judges selected seven Finalist, who will be battling for the coveted title of HUMANIZED TECHNOLOGY of the year 2020.
Focus is a headband, made by the American company BrainCo, which measures the level of concentration of children during their lessons at school.
Hanson Robotics – the company behind Sophia the robot – started a Kickstarter campaign for Little Sophia. Little Sophia is a toy that wants to make STEM, coding and AI fun for children.
The fingernail sensor is a prototype, developed by IBM, that keeps track of your health. It is a portable and wireless device that continuously measures how a person’s fingernail bends and moves – an indicator of gripping power.
Italian architect Carlo Ratti and Sidewalk Labs joined forces and knowledge to build a dynamic street. Their mission was to increase the usefulness of paving by giving it more functions.
The 2C3D Camera is the latest camera innovation that literally allows the visually impaired to touch memories by converting images into touchable products.
Alias is a self-learning parasite. Alias wants to redefine our relationship with smart home technologies, giving us more control over our own data.
AIRSKIN® is a pressure sensitive skin for robots, cobots and end-of-arm tooling. The skin was designed by the Austrian company Blue Danube Robotics.
This commercial from REMA | Multinational supermarkets shows in a great way that we can think that we can fully rely on technology, but that we can’t really do that at all.
Five Machines is a set of five prototypes that explores alternative definitions of the relationship between humans and machines. The machines all have their own functions.
De mens en de aarde centraal stellen bij technische ontwikkelingen. Dat is het thema van de kick off van The Humanized Tech Award 2019 op 21 februari in Den Bosch. De organisatie, bestaande uit Wandering the Future en RobotXperience, wil met deze prijs zowel mensen als bedrijven stimuleren om technologie te ontwikkelen die goed is voor mens en milieu. Ook wil de organisatie het debat hierover op gang brengen.