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He created an Amazon-like website for Animal Crossing. It’s getting millions of clicks per day. – The Washington Post

He created an Amazon-like website for Animal Crossing. It’s getting millions of clicks per...

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How We Created a Realtime Patient Monitoring System With Go and Vue in 3...

A Pandemic startedIn the last November in 2019, we heard about the first case of unknown deadly diseases from China. Now everyone knows it as Covid-19 Now it seems to change our lives forever. The virus is deadly and it is highly contagious. Still, we know very little about it. I truly hope we will…
Coronavirus Has Created a Sex Boom—but Maybe Not a Baby Boom – WIRED

Coronavirus Has Created a Sex Boom—but Maybe Not a Baby Boom – WIRED

The clubs are shut. The pubs are shut. Tinder dates are canceled. One-night stands are practically illegal. But, despite these obvious hurdles, coronavirus has still created a sex industry sales boom. Wired UKThis story originally appeared on WIRED UK.Lelo, a Swedish luxury sex toy brand, says it has seen sales increase by 40 percent. Ann…
Google just created the most detailed image of a brain yet – Livescience.com

Google just created the most detailed image of a brain yet – Livescience.com

Home News Scientists created the most detailed map of a brain to date. This connectome depicts the neurons and synapses present in one-third of a fruit fly's brain. (Image: © FlyEM/Janelia Research Campus) Scientists have created the most detailed 3D map of an organism brain to date. The mesmerizing threads of blue, yellow, purple and…
Science may have created the perfect Bluetooth speaker: Jigglypuff – Polygon

Science may have created the perfect Bluetooth speaker: Jigglypuff – Polygon

ThinkGeek — now owned by GameStop — has filed a Bluetooth speaker with the Federal Communications Commission. Here’s the fun part: It looks like Jigglypuff! Honestly, I’m not sure why this hadn’t been a thing before. It’s very cute, and makes sense. You know, because Jigglypuff sings. The filings were released today and spotted by…
Scientists created living robots out of stem cells

Scientists created living robots out of stem cells

"These are novel living machines," says Joshua Bongard, a computer scientist and robotics expert at UVM who co-led the new research. "They're neither a traditional robot nor a known species of animal. It's a new class of artifact: a living, programmable organism."To determine the best design for this new life form, researchers from UVM ran…
Samsung created an invisible keyboard that uses AI to track your finger movements – Business Insider

Samsung created an invisible keyboard that uses AI to track your finger movements –...

SelfieType is a new software that will use your phone, laptop, or tablet camera to create a virtual keyboard that tracks your movement. SelfieType is a product of Samsung's C-Lab, a special incubation program that supports creative developers at Samsung and emerging startups in South Korea.Samsung will demonstrate SelfieType and dozens more new products during CES…
YouTube Created a Generation of Young Stars. Now They Are Getting Burned Out.

YouTube Created a Generation of Young Stars. Now They Are Getting Burned Out.

The latest trend among YouTube’s hottest stars: feeling burned-out by the whole experience. Having achieved success, some top influencers are deciding to disconnect from the video-sharing platform, worn down by what some say are the demands of YouTube’s algorithm for fresh content to promote. Last week, controversial YouTube superstar PewDiePie,...
I created my own deepfake—it took two weeks and cost $552

I created my own deepfake—it took two weeks and cost $552

Deepfake technology uses deep neural networks to convincingly replace one face with another in a video. The technology has obvious potential for abuse and is becoming ever more widely accessible. Many good articles have been written about the important social and political implications of this trend. This isn't one of those articles. Instead, in classic…
Facebook created a facial-recognition app for Facebook employees – Mashable

Facebook created a facial-recognition app for Facebook employees – Mashable

Facebook employees once had access to a very creepy-sounding facial-recognition app. Image: Getty Images By Karissa Bell2019-11-23 00:23:29 UTC In case we needed another reminder of Facebook's mass surveillance capabilities, we now know the company once built an app entirely for real-time facial recognition. The social media giant experimented with a camera app that could…

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SerenityOS: From Zero to HTML in a Year

Hello friends! The Serenity operating system turns 1 year old today. I'm counting from the first commit in the git repository, on October 10, 2018. Parts of the code had been around for a while before that, so this first commit was really about putting everything I was tinkering with into a shared repo. Anyways...…

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