Build your own WeatherBot with Botframework + Openweathermap + Adaptive cards UI

Today world is now full swing in the evolution of artificial intelligence and chatbots are playing a vital roles in this areas. Due to rapidly increases the number of users of messaging app like FB messenger, WhatsApp, Skype, Telegram, Slack etc. Alone FB messenger has more than 1.2 billion monthly users. Now time has come to develop a chatbot application to solve the social and business requirement. As per gartner forecasts that by 2020, over 85% of customer interactions will be handled without a human. However, the opportunities provided by chatbot systems go far beyond giving responses to customers’ inquiries. […]

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Build a Weather Website With Node.js + Express + Googlemap + OpenWeather

In this tutorial you’ll learn, how to make call Google maps API to get the latitude and longitude of the city and pass to the Openweather API and display the current temperature of the city. Here we are making a web app, where users can type in a city name and get real-time weather data instantly displayed on their screen. All of the code for this project can be found in the GitHub Repo Before going to this tutorial, we need pre-setup for the project build. Live project Demo here Weather App File structure look like- |WeatherApp |–WeatherApi |–getWeather.js |–geocode |–geocode.js |–public |–js |–postrequest.js […]

Stanford’s Infinitely-self-healing, touch-sensitive plastic skin

A team of chemists and engineers has created an infinitely self-healing (at room temperature) and touch sensitive plastic skin. The advance could lead to smarter artificial skin that repairs itself.     Researchers are struggling to emulate artificial skin. They are trying to make artificial skin not only self healing, but also sending the brain exact information about pressure and temperature. Combining sensitivity and self-healing capacity of a single synthetic material presenting challenges to Stanford chemist engineers and future chemist engineers too. The core technology involved is a two ply plastic construct, the upper layer creates mechanism for sensing and […]

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