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AI is the next phase of human evolution

I think we’re missing the bigger picture when it comes to AI. Once again humanity tricked itself into thinking that this time, it’s the end. That the looming technological revolution will take over our jobs and wipe us off the face of the earth. It’s not surprising, though. Show More Summary

AI is changing the way creators and brands work with visuals

GUEST: The way we create and consume visual content has changed significantly with the advent of both digital and mobile cameras. Today, algorithms bring on the next wave of innovation and evolution in the space. AI technologies are increasingly good at classifying, organizing and understanding images, changing the way both brands and creators think about visuals. […]

The Man Who Spent 60 Years Photographing the North American Railroad

16 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

Essential Witness features photographs from Jim Shaugnessy's 60 years documenting the evolution of the North American railroad. The post The Man Who Spent 60 Years Photographing the North American Railroad appeared first on Hyperallergic.

The Evolution of Vander Von Odd, The World’s First Drag Supermonster

The Evolution of Vander Von Odd, The World’s First Drag Supermonster A horrific beauty in both his look and his performance, meet Vander Von Odd, the L.A.-based queen who took home the very first 'Dragula' crown Hornet Stories - Hornet Stories bring you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!

Evolution Observed in Darwin’s Finches

Just two weeks ago I wrote about “Evolution Caught in the Act” – I was writing about fossils that are clearly transitional and occur within a major evolutionary change, like a land animal adapting to aquatic life. Now we have another report that justifies the same title, although this one is in living species. For […]

Today in History for November 24th

yesterdayNews : USAToday: News

Highlights of this day in history: Jack Ruby fatally shoots Lee Harvey Oswald in Dallas; Charles Darwin publishes theory of evolution; Hijacker known as D.B. Cooper parachutes out of plane with ransom money; Queen's Freddie Mercury dies. (Nov. 24)        

Small but distinct differences among species mark evolution of human brain

(Yale University) The most dramatic divergence between humans and other primates can be found in the brain, the primary organ that gives our species its identity.However, all regions of the human brain have molecular signatures veryShow More Summary

Action Launcher review: The Swiss Army home screen

Android is constantly changing, and so is its home screen. The home screen sets Android apart from other mobile platforms, and it's an excellent marker to judge Android's state and evolution. Folders have gotten more advanced (and far more fashionable) in the last two years. Show More Summary

Symbiosis and cell evolution: Lynn Margulis and the origin of eukaryotes

Although that for a long-time symbiosis was considered to be quite exceptional and restricted to few classical textbooks examples like lichens, American biologist Lynn Margulis (1938-2011) devoted most of her professional life to demonstrate...Show More Summary

'Jurassic World' released a clip of Chris Pratt playing with a baby raptor and you need to see it

She's such a good raptor! SEE ALSO: The dinosaurs of 'Jurassic World Evolution' sure do look majestic Jurassic World writer Colin Trevorrow tweeted out a tiny bit of footage from the upcoming film, and it is pretty damn sweet. From our...Show More Summary

DJI floats Black Friday deals across its entire drone range

DJI has had an impressive year expanding its range of drones with its mid-sized Mavic Pro and tiny Spark, while also rebooting its Phantom 4 drone and unveiling FPV goggles. The pace of evolution in the drone industry is just remarkable...Show More Summary

New report suggests that the iPhone 8 won’t be Apple’s last LCD phone

Whatever you think of the iPhone X, there's no debating that it's the most drastic evolution that Apple's smartphone line has ever seen. With it's all-screen design, OLED display, lack of home button and sensor array, it looks unlike any iPhone we've ever seen. Show More Summary

NASA Tests New Mars Rover Tires That Remember Their Shape

NASA is literally reinventing the wheel. Engineers at the Glenn Research center have developed a non-pneumatic, compliant tire for future Mars missions. The aptly named Superelastic Tire marks the latest evolution of the […] The post NASA Tests New Mars Rover Tires That Remember Their Shape appeared first on Geek.com.

The rise of the human voice and evolution of podcasts

Remember when video content was supposed to kill the written word and create a more visual web? In a digital age where time is the new currency, there is an increasing pressure to take advantage of every second. As a result, it’s the rise of the human voice and evolution of podcasts that is now taking center stage. Show More Summary

Army scientist studies thunderstorms to improve battlefield missions

An Army scientist working at the Army Research Laboratory has discovered a new pattern in the evolution of thunderstorms that can be used to better predict how weather and the environment will affect Army assets such as unmanned aerial systems on the battlefield.

A look at the evolution of Xbox One, four years after launch

We take a look at the past four years, with a deeper dive into the growth of Xbox One, and how Microsoft evolved around its console. On November 22, 2013, Microsoft released the Xbox One. After a rocky unveiling, the company reshaped the device in response to public outrage, ditching its internet requirement and online policies. Show More Summary

Re-evaluating evolution in the HIV reservoir

2 days agoAcademics : Nature

ARISING FROMR.Lorenzo-Redondoet al. Nature530, 51–56 (2016); doi:10.1038/nature16933Despite antiretroviral therapy (ART), a latent reservoir of replication-competent HIV-1 persists in resting memory CD4+ T cells and precludes a cure. Lorenzo-Redondo et

Scientists Call Out Ethical Concerns for the Future of Neurotechnology

For some die-hard tech evangelists, using neural interfaces to merge with AI is the inevitable next step in humankind’s evolution. But a group of 27 neuroscientists, ethicists, and machine learning experts have highlighted the myriad ethical pitfalls that could be waiting. To be clear, it’s not just futurologists banking on the convergence of these emerging […]

The Evolution of Pixar: From ‘Toy Story’ to ‘Coco’

By Jacob Oller The animation groundbreakers are still plugging away. hen Pixar Animation Studios made Toy Story they were innovators of form. Then they became innovators of story. Now, three franchises deep with the Incredibles sequel underway, the studio is struggling to remember where its strengths lie. Show More Summary

2018 Aston Martin Vantage: What you need to know

3 days agoVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

It’s the first new-generation Aston Martin Vantage since its predecessor was released in 2005, and uses an evolution of the latest bonded-aluminium architecture from the DB11. That said, 70 per cent of the car’s components are bespoke to the Vantage, which has a dry weight of 1530kg. The design blends elements of both the DB10 […]

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