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Senate's new background checks gun bill simply enforces current law

5 hours agoNews : Trending Now

Federal agencies, including the military, are already required by law to submit records to the gun background checks system. Ten years ago, after a mass shooting that could have been prevented, Congress passed a bipartisan law to fix the nation’s gun background check system. Show More Summary

Muir Woods to require parking reservations starting Jan. 16

Muir Woods National Monument will implement a reservation system Jan. 16 for parking and shuttle service to reduce congestion in the Marin County preserve, the National Park Service said. All vehicles will have to use the reservation system to secure one of the 232 parking spaces at Muir Woods. Show More Summary

NASA detects solar flare pulses at Sun and Earth

When our Sun erupts with giant explosions—such as bursts of radiation called solar flares—we know they can affect space throughout the solar system as well as near Earth. But monitoring their effects requires having observatories in many places with many perspectives, much the way weather sensors all over Earth can help us monitor what's happening with a terrestrial storm.

Apple Machine Learning Journal: ‘An On-Device Deep Neural Network for Face Detection’

Apple Machine Learning Journal: We faced several challenges. The deep-learning models need to be shipped as part of the operating system, taking up valuable NAND storage space. They also need to be loaded into RAM and require significant computational time on the GPU and/or CPU. Show More Summary

Bigfoot Positively Moving Forward With Automated Insulin Delivery System

Bigfoot Biomedical, a company working on providing an automated insulin delivery system for people with diabetes who require insulin has recently presented data from a clinical trial at the 17th Annual Diabetes Technology Meeting which shows that their in-silico metabolic simulation engine works as they hoped. Show More Summary

PSA: How Animoji uses iPhone X’s TrueDepth Camera

Apple’s new Animoji feature has proven to be a viral and fun part of the iPhone X, but the $999 starting price is an understandable roadblock for a lot of potential customers. Apple says Animoji requires the TrueDepth camera system to work, but a quick hands-on test appears to show the playful messaging app working even when the IR camera unique to iPhone X is covered… more…

AENOR certifies excellence in Tecnalia's R&D&i management

(Elhuyar Fundazioa) Tecnalia has obtained the R&D&i Management System certification awarded by AENOR. It certifies that the Research Centre meets the requirements of the UNE 166002 standard and commits itself to ongoing improvement.

Should Lawyers Embrace Legacy Systems?

Attorneys are often advised to learn and adopt the latest and greatest new tech has to offer. But, there is a certain appeal to just having a system that reliably works and doesn't require continual updates. For lawyers who have that, convincing them to change their ways will be......

Forget elevators, you can cycle up skyscrapers with this new design

Royal College of Art graduate, Elena Larriba, designed "Vycle", a bicycle-inspired vertical transportation system that aims to disrupt the 'elevator or stairs' dilemma by adding a third choice to it. Elevators require a lot of energy...Show More Summary

MS Azure-Based Multi-Tenant ERP App for Multi-Location IT Rental Business in India

Elegant MicroWeb worked with the client team to define and document requirements and a road map for the implementation of this new multi-tenant enterprise-wide ERP application. The solution is a cloud-based, multi-tenant system based on MS Azure, which can be accessed from any one of the client branches. Show More Summary

Without Humans, Artificial Intelligence Is Pretty Stupid

Whether it’s winning at games like Go or keeping watch for Russian influence operations, the best AI-powered systems require humans to play an active role in their creation, tending and operation.

How can patients navigate our complicated health care system?

It is not enough to know that a patient’s medical condition warrants an MRI. For most insurance companies, a diagnostic test of this sort requires what is known as a prior-authorization. But, the doctor saying the patient needs this test often fails. The insurance company has a certain guideline the patient must travel first before […]

Rocket League - Switch file size

Rocket League is coming to the Switch on Nov. 14th, which means you'll want to clear out some space on your system while there's still time! According to the eShop, Rocket League requires 4.8GBs of space. The PC version is 5.2 GB, so it seems like Pysonix did a great job on this one!

Signal Redundancy Solution for Trackside Transit Applications

Schaefer Inc. has introduced a DC/AC Inverter Systems for trackside signal redundancy requirements and other applications including emergency lighting.

Electronics demonstrate operability in simulated Venus conditions

NASA's future planetary exploration efforts, including missions to Venus, require electronics capable of surviving temperatures of 470° C and above for long durations. Such durable electronics eliminate the need for cooling systems to enable sustained operations. Show More Summary

The Fifth Discipline: A Metaphor for 21st Century HIPAA Compliance

Introduction This month's HIPAA Survival Guide Newsletter article uses the metaphor from the Fifth Discipline, a book written by Professor Peter Senge circa 1990, to describe the system approach required if organizations what to change their compliance DNA. Show More Summary

AR glasses help surgeons when operating on tumors

Malignant tumors often form metastases that spread to other parts of the body via the lymphatic system. High surgical skills are required to identify the precise location of the affected lymph nodes, enabling them to be completely removed. Show More Summary

Magnetic fabric stores passcodes in your clothes

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

If you don't like the idea of your boss implanting a chip in your hand to let you open doors and log into office computers, a team from the University of Washington has developed a system that doesn't require quite so big a commitment. Show More Summary

Navy recommends sweeping changes after ship collisions

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : The Sideshow

WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. Navy leaders are recommending a sweeping list of changes in sailor training, crew requirements and safety procedures to address systemic problems across the Pacific fleet that led to two deadly ship collisions earlier this year that killed 17 sailors, according to a copy of the report obtained by The Associated Press.

Researchers create world's first system to measure the force needed to separate a crystal's microscopic layers

Eighty years after the theoretical prediction of the force required to overcome the van der Waals' bonding between layers in a crystal, engineering researchers at Tohoku University have measured it directly. They report their results this week in the Journal of Applied Physics.

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