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193 Absolute Best Cyber Monday Deals Right Now (2022): Away Luggage, AirPods Pro, and More


The holiday shopping season reaches its peak when Cyber Monday deals roll around. Sales are often better than on Black Friday, but with every retailer promising the best Cyber Monday discounts, it can be tricky to work out what deals to snag and when to pass. Luckily, we have done the hard work for you. WIRED reviewers try countless gadgets, tools, and digital delights of all kinds every week, and we have developed smart shopping tips and tricks to weed out fake discounts and bring you the real deals. We can say with confidence that these are the absolute best Cyber Monday deals you're going to find. You will find regular updates as products go out of stock and prices change, and we'll keep scouring to find more deals worth grabbing. Updated November 28 at 8 pm: We've added more deals, including a meal kit, a gimbal, and smart lights. We've also updated pricing and availability on deals. We test products year-round and handpicked these deals. Products that are sold out or no longer discounted as of publishing will be crossed out . We'll update this guide through Cyber Monday. If you buy something using links in our stories, we may earn a commission. This helps support our journalism. Just like upgrading the bed you sleep on, few things will improve your life like a good chair. If you park your body in front of a desk all day, it's a good idea to give the humble chair more attention. Some of our favorites are on sale right now. See our Best Office Chairs guide for more. Our top office chair pick is a bit cheaper right now. We've tested more than 35 office chairs in the past year and this is the one to get based on comfort, quality, adjustability, and price. At this price, you'd be hard-pressed to find a cheaper way to get seven points of adjustment. The only thing we don't like is that pet hair tends to cling, so keep a lint roller handy. The Zeph looks wonderful--there are dozens of color customizations--but the only adjustment you can make is to raise the seat up or down. You might think that would make for an uncomfortable chair, but it doesn't. This lack of adjustability is by design as the Zeph is designed to mold to your body. We do suggest you get the seat pad and arms, which add a smidge more comfort, though it does jack the price up a bit. The Zeph is compact, making it a great option for smaller spaces. The humble Hyken is our favorite budget office chair. It reclines, has a breathable mesh fabric on the back and seat, and it's sturdy. You even get a headrest and lumbar support. After more than three years of continuous sitting, WIRED reviewers say the mesh has compressed a bit, but it's still comfy. If you want to seriously up your home office game, the Embody is the chair to get. This price is for the titanium base, but you can save some money if you go for the graphite. It's stylish and comfortable with an array of knobs and levers that let you tailor the chair to your body like a bespoke suit.

4 Ways AI Is Improving Cloud Computing – Connected IT Blog


Artificial intelligence and cloud computing have merged to improve the lives of millions. With a quick verbal cue, users can make a purchase, adjust a smart home thermostat, or hear a song played over a connected speaker. A seamless flow of AI and cloud-based resources make those requests a reality. Most users never even realize that it's a customized blend of these two technology spheres--artificial intelligence and cloud computing--that make these connected, intuitive experiences possible. On a larger scale, AI capabilities are working in the business cloud computing environment to make organizations more efficient, strategic, and insight-driven.

How Can AI and IoT Help in the Fight Against the COVID-19 Pandemic? - InnovationManagement


The mix of IoT and AI is being used by tech enthused agencies for curbing the rise of coronavirus cases, and flattening the curve. By the time you finish reading this article, the number of new coronavirus cases would have increased in tens of thousands. While the world has slowly started to live and adapt in this environment as a new norm, scientists and tech enthusiasts around the globe have not settled down. They are constantly finding new ways to curb the COVID-19 rise. One of the ways they have been working is the adoption of technologies – to be more precise, AI and IoT technology. Let's look into how these two technologies are bringing the world closer to a time where we will have a better control of the situation.

Singapore, China renew smart city collaboration with digital economy initiatives


Singapore and China will embark of 14 new projects spanning, amongst others, e-commerce, cross-border data exchange, fintech, and green tech. These are part of the Singapore-China (Shenzhen) Smart City Initiative, a joint programme launched in 2019 that aims to build stronger digital and business links between the two Asian markets. Eight agreements covering the 14 projects were announced Friday, marking the start of the third year of their bilateral smart city agreement. The number of new projects also doubles that of the previous year and will further drive both countries' collaboration in digital transformation and "policy innovation", according to Singapore's Ministry of Communications and Information and industry regulator, Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA). Amongst the 14 new initiatives, key projects will explore the use of advanced technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) for the green economy and sustainability, such as cutting carbon dioxide emissions and improving battery management for electric vehicles.

The best Black Friday robot vacuum and smart home deals


Going from zero to a fully outfitted smart home is a huge undertaking -- and it can get expensive fast. While we don't recommend grabbing every possible smart home device in one go, Black Friday makes smartening up areas of your home a lot easier on your wallet. Every year, the number of smart devices grows so we waded through the best deals on many of the products we've tried and recommend. Some of our favorite robot vacuums are seeing steep discounts, as is our favorite air fryer and an Echo smart display we found particularly useful. Covering just about every potential room in the home, here are the best robot vacuum and smart home Black Friday deals we could find.

Banana Pi BPI-M6 with Synaptics VS680 design ,onboard 4G LPDDR4 and 16G eMMC-Banana Pi open source hardware community,Single board computer, Router,IoT,STEM education


Banana Pi BPI-M6 is the next generation single board computer from Banana Pi in 2022,It is powered by Senary(Synaptics) VS680 quad-core Cortex-A73 (2.1GHz) and One Cortex-M3 processor,Imagination GE9920 GPU.and NPU Up to 6 .75Tops. Onboard 4GB LPDDR4 memory and 16GB EMMC storage, and supports 4 USB 3.0 interface, a gigabit network port.onboard 1 HDMI-rx port and 1 Hdmi-tx port. VideoSmart VS680 solution, an industry-first edge computing SoC that combines a CPU, NPU, and GPU. This new multimodal platform with integrated neural network accelerator is purpose built with perceptive intelligence for applications including smart displays, smart cameras, set-top-boxes and media streamers.The Synaptics VideoSmart VS680 is a multimedia powerhouse that combines a Qdeo 4K-video engine, an audio processor capable of far-field keyword detection and voice recognition, and a proprietary SyNap deep-learning accelerator (DLA). Another new feature is an ISP with HDR capabilities that can handle two 4K cameras. Previous VideoSmart products target the streaming-video set-top-box (STB) market, but the VS680 aims for a broader range of smart-home devices.

Prof Michael Batty, Artificial Intelligence & Smart Cities


Eventbrite - SpaceTimeLab 10th Anniversary Seminar Series presents Prof Michael Batty, Artificial Intelligence & Smart Cities - Wednesday, 23 November 2022 at G12 Lecture Theatre, 1-19 Torrington Place, UCL, London, England. Find event and ticket information.

Amazon Black Friday Week: Control your indoor Christmas lights with this smart plug - now £12.99

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SHOPPING: Products featured in this article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, MailOnline will earn an affiliate commission. Amazon's Black Friday Week sale is jam-packed with savings, and bargain hunters have been rushing to get their hands on the best deals, including this Amazon Smart Plug, now just £12.99 - meaning you can control your devices remotely. Now 48 per cent off, this is just one unmissable discount Amazon has dropped on their bestselling smart home devices, which includes unmissable markdowns on Echo, Fire, Blink and Ring devices. You can use the Amazon Smart Plug to control anything plugged into using the Alexa app.

Harold Sinnott on LinkedIn: IoT Predictions: What to Expect in 2022 and Beyond


What can we expect from the IoT world in 2022? If the past two years taught us anything, it is that we cannot prepare for everything. But some trends and technologies can help guide our way. Consider how the rise of #AI has pointed to more intelligent IoT solutions--making the tools easier for everyone to use. This, in turn, could result in stronger regulations or efforts for trustworthy AI.

Top 10: Smart cities driving sustainability around the world


Numerous factors contribute to the reputation of Singapore as the metropolis of the future. The city's first industry-led smart city lab has been operating there since 2020. In order to further develop smart city technologies, more than 30 organisations, including Amazon Web Services, Cisco Systems, and Schneider Electric, are working together in the Smart Urban Co-Innovation Lab. Consider the digitisation of the hospital system, which enables TeleHealth video consultations and TeleRehab, among other things. Singapore has implemented various smart city projects, including its deployment of an autonomous fleet to help the elderly and those with restricted mobility get around.