Tim Cook Unveils iOS 14 Updates to iPhone, Apple Watch at WWDC

Apple on Monday provided a glimpse at upcoming software changes designed to make the iPhone even easier to use and announced underlying hardware changes to its line of Mac computers. The preview of the next version of the iPhone’s operating system, known as iOS 14, highlighted Apple’s annual conference for computer programmers and mobile app … Read more Tim Cook Unveils iOS 14 Updates to iPhone, Apple Watch at WWDC

First 5G intelligent coal mine built in north China

China has built its first 5G intelligent coal mine in Xinyuan, north China’s Shanxi Province, with joint efforts by the China Mobile, Huawei and Shanxi Yangquan Coal Industry Group. The 5G network in the 534-meter-deep shaft is the deepest 5G network so far in China. With the network, technicians can control the production from the … Read more First 5G intelligent coal mine built in north China

The future of AI computer vision is right in our eyes

Computer vision is a scientific field that involves using large amounts of visual data in deep-learning networks to build algorithms that could be used in a variety of areas. What’s the development of AI technology in the Chinese market? What are the AI applications in our daily life? This video will tell you. Subscribe to … Read more The future of AI computer vision is right in our eyes

Recompile – Gameplay Interview | Summer of Gaming 2020

Recompile is a 3D metroidvania that casts you as a virus infiltrating a computer system. But the computer’s defenses won’t let you in without a fight! Game Designer Phi Dinh walks us through a few of the early powers you’ll acquire on your journey. In Recompile, you are a virus in a digital world, tasked … Read more Recompile – Gameplay Interview | Summer of Gaming 2020

Paul Whelan sentenced to 16 years hard labour over espionage charges

A Russian court has sentenced former US Marine Paul Whelan to 16 years hard labour after he was found guilty of spying charges. Officials in Moscow claim Whelan, 50, was caught ‘red-handed’ with a computer memory stick containing a list of Russian agents. Whelan, who has UK citizenship, as well as US, Canadian and Irish … Read more Paul Whelan sentenced to 16 years hard labour over espionage charges

Musk’s Tesla autopilot with ‘superhuman’ qualities in ACTION

An Indian IT worker shared a video of his Tesla car on autopilot saving a little piggy’s bacon as it crossed the road at night. Company boss Elon Musk replied to the tweet, praising the car’s ‘superhuman’ qualities. Drivers shouldn’t get too comfortable though, because a recent viral video showed a Tesla on autopilot slamming … Read more Musk’s Tesla autopilot with ‘superhuman’ qualities in ACTION

Human Remains Found in Search for Missing Kids at Idaho Home of Chad Daybell, Police Say

Human remains have been found at an Idaho man’s home that was searched Tuesday during an investigation into the disappearance of his new wife’s two children – a case that has vexed investigators for since last year and attracted worldwide attention. Chad Daybell, who recently married the children’s mother, Lori Vallow Daybell, was taken into … Read more Human Remains Found in Search for Missing Kids at Idaho Home of Chad Daybell, Police Say

AI and our health data: A pandemic threat to our privacy | The Listening Post (Full)

On The Listening Post this week: The pandemic gives big tech firms a chance to access the holy grail of datasets – your medical records. Plus, science journalists and their sources. AI and our health data: A pandemic threat to our privacy Put yourself in the shoes of the NHS, the United Kingdom’s tax-payer funded … Read more AI and our health data: A pandemic threat to our privacy | The Listening Post (Full)

Coronavirus: University Holds Virtual Graduation Ceremony

The University of Virginia’s Class of 2020 gathered virtually for a stay-at-home graduation ceremony during the coronavirus pandemic. Thousands of students gathered in front of their televisions or computer monitors to celebrate the day. The campus was a ghost town. President Jim Ryan spoke solo on the lawn. “If you’re watching this with your family … Read more Coronavirus: University Holds Virtual Graduation Ceremony

Conservative MP heard saying f-word during Commons debate

South Derbyshire MP Heather Wheeler was caught swearing on mic during a Commons debate while suffering an apparent technical issue with her computer as she made a statement via video link into the House. Get the latest headlines: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/ Telegraph.co.uk and YouTube.com/TelegraphTV are websites of The Telegraph, the UK’s best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news … Read more Conservative MP heard saying f-word during Commons debate

Computer vision: Detecting counterfeit products online

We discover how a French start-up is using computer vision to help authorities track counterfeit products online. Plus, from ultraviolet rays to new doorknob mechanisms and novel fabric, we give you an overview of the most impressive innovations to help reduce the risk of contamination. Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE 24 live news … Read more Computer vision: Detecting counterfeit products online

Scientists at Edinburgh University investigate if face masks stop spread of Covid-19

Do face masks stop the spread of coronavirus? The UK’s Telegraph reported on research from Edinburgh University into face masks which, somewhat unsurprisingly, they found reduce the distance travelled by your breath out by at least 90%. Researchers at the University of Edinburgh are carrying out experiments to see if face masks are effective in … Read more Scientists at Edinburgh University investigate if face masks stop spread of Covid-19

Virtual Hug

As an MIT senior majoring in computer science, Ariel Levy was on course to graduate this spring alongside close friends. “I wouldn’t trade the 3.75 years I had for anything,” she tells them over Zoom, as they share a virtual hug and reminisce about a beautiful early spring day they shared just before leaving campus. … Read more Virtual Hug

How to Make Coronavirus Work From Home Comfortable

How comfortable and ergonomic is your home office during the coronavirus pandemic? Humanscale’s ergonomics expert Evelyn Leonard shares her top tips for a comfortable home office set-up during the coronavirus crisis. Here are Evelyn’s work from home tips. Tip 1: Keep your feet flat Evelyn says, “You want to make sure that you have your … Read more How to Make Coronavirus Work From Home Comfortable

Incredible! Faroe Islands offer virtual tours

You can now enjoy the Faroe Islands via virtual tour. The North Atlantic archipelago, which has 187 confirmed cases of COVID-19, closed its borders in mid-March. In order to visit the islands virtually, “tourists” take in the stunning views on their phone or computer free of charge as their guide explores the local landscape in … Read more Incredible! Faroe Islands offer virtual tours