TiBeast professional robot dog has a camera and bluetooth speakers and is LEGO compatible » Gadget Flow

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Giving you both fun and practicality in one gadget, the TiBeast professional robot dog has a ton of impressive features. It has not only an integrated camera but also Bluetooth speakers. Moreover, its body parts offer LEGO compatibility so you can enjoy adding to it. Made with a built-in code editor and runtime, this professional robot dog offers learning and experimentation to anyone who uses it. Furthermore, the TiBeast works with your joysticks as well as Unity3D, and it offers a game-like control mechanism. Coming with a huge library of preset poses, it uses powerful professional software and offers 12 degrees of freedom movement and rotation. With 80 watts of rated power output, this little robot has a 1.5 kg payload. Put on fun LEGO heads, make it walk, watch what it sees, and listen to music with this cool gadget. ...

JPMorgan quantum computing professional who worked weekends is leaving

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As the use of quantum computing in financial services shows signs of gaining traction, it seems that people with quantum computing expertise in banks are becoming more hireable. Constantin Gonciulea, one of JPMorgan's distinguished engineers and a key member of the bank's quantum computing team, is leaving JPMorgan after nearly 17 years. It's not clear where Gonciulea is going next: he announced his exit on LinkedIn last week, saying that he's leaving in the next two months.  Gonciulea's exit follows that of Nikitas Stamatopoulos, a former JPMorgan vice president in quantum computing, who left for Goldman Sachs in July 2020. William Zeng, head of quantum research at Goldman Sachs, said in December that Goldman has assembled a "full team dedicated to quantum computing." Last week, Goldman predicted that it will be using quantum...