3D-printed 'eyes' could help blind children's faces grow naturally

Scientists and engineers are 3D printing all types of objects these days, including eyes: A group of eye specialists and eye-care providers from the Netherlands has used 3D-printing technology to create artificial eye structures, called conformers, in a small study of five children.

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Chinese researchers announce 'world's first' facial recognition ATM

Some Chinese inventors have been developing high-tech innovations for everyday objects — everything from umbrellas to a robot that delivers food to restaurant patrons – and now ATMs can be added to the list. Researchers from Tsinghua University and Tzekwan technology, a financial security protection firm, have announced the first ATM that works with facial recognition capabilities, reports the South China Morning Post.

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The Tangled Web of IoT Security

The Internet of Things, or IoT, consists of “uniquely identifiable objects and their virtual representations in an Internet-like structure,” according to Wikipedia. The IoT is “the network of physical objects accessed through the Internet,” according to Cisco Systems. In addition to there being no clear definition of the IoT, estimates vary widely about the number of unique devices it includes. There are an estimated 26 billion devices, according to Gartner, but a whopping 212 billion, according to IDC.

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