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IDFA Film Review: ‘Bellingcat – Truth in a Post-Truth World’

Remember when the words “breaking news” used to refer to the thrill of hearing about world events as they happened? These days, it has become the daily sport of autocrats and elected officials alike, who have realized that discrediting once-reputable journalistic sources — quite literally, attempting to break the news — is an effective strategy in  Full Article…

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Everything you need to know about SD memory cards

The vast majority of cameras – at least, those aimed at beginners and enthusiasts – use SD-format memory cards for recording images and videos. Over the years these have evolved to meet the demands of increasingly advanced cameras, from the higher megapixel counts of sensors to faster bursts rates and 4K video recording. A consequence  Full Article…

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Intel launches neural network on a stick

In an effort to make it easier to add intelligence to smart home gadgets and other network edge devices, Intel has launched the Neural Compute Stick 2 (NCS2) ahead of its first AI developers conference in Beijing. Edge devices generally refer to any piece of hardware responsible for controlling the flow of data between the  Full Article…

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Emma Gonzalez, ‘Queer Eye’ Cast Among Out100 Honorees

Out Magazine announced on Wednesday its 24th annual Out100 list of the most influential LGBTQ public figures of the year. Curated by executive editor R. Kurt Osenlund, cover stars include Billy Porter, who wins the organization’s performance of the year for “Pose”; Sophie for artist of the year; and activist Emma Gonzalez for newsmaker of  Full Article…

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The Real-life ‘Tetris Effect’

If you closed your eyes right now – and don’t actually do it, because then you won’t be able to read this article, but if you did – it’s a fairly safe bet that you could summon each of the seven tetrominoes into your mind’s eye. You know, those blocks, all made up of four  Full Article…

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