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Adobe Cyber Monday Deals 2019

It’s that time of year again. This time of year you can usually save the most on your creative tools. Save 40% on Adobe Creative Cloud All Apps Plan here. It gets even better for students and teachers. Save up to 70% here. If Photoshop Elements and Premiere Elements 2020 is more your speed save on this bundle here. It’s also a great time to get your first graphics tablet! The Wacom Intuos (non-pro) is on Cyber Monday sale for…

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Facebook Project Fashion++: Minimal Edits for Outfit Improvement

Nov 15, 2019 Posted by Dr. Nidhi Arora in Artificial Intelligence, Research | 0 comments In a latest research by Facebook, Machine Learning models are designed to do tasks to mimic a fashion advisor. Such tasks being carried out by humans is quite common, but seems extraordinarily difficult to… This is only a snippet of article written by Dr. Nidhi Arora Read Full Article

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Why Teachers should use voice recognition

Dragon Professional 14 Article UPDATING June 29, 2019: It’s been 3 years since I used Dragon to speak naturally and dictate this post. Here’s the updated post about Dragon Professional 14 from June 2016: It’s been a while since I’ve written on this blog but since it’s June (2016) I thought I would reboot it. Right now I’m speaking using Dragon NaturallySpeaking. (No wait, I think it’s called Nuance Dragon Professional Individual. I don’t really get it. I think it used to…

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Can We Be Honest? » Martech Zone

Working in the SaaS industry for so long, I continue to groan as I download and read case studies. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve actually worked at several companies where we discovered a client doing amazing things with our platform or who have attained incredible results… and we’ve pushed and promoted a case study about them. Marketing isn’t all about acquisition, though. Marketing is about identifying great prospects, providing them the research they need to make a purchase, and then…

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Don’t buy these Apple products — Holiday 2019 edition

Apple has updated a whole swathe of products in its store over the past few months, but there are still plenty of shiney gadgets that are a bit old and aging that you should avoid. Must read: Four must-have travel essentials #1: HomePod Why you should avoid: The current HomePod is a first-generation device that was released over 18-months ago to offer a challenge to devices such as the Amazon Echo and Google Home speaker. But a year-and-a-half in the…

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These are all the best-selling Amazon deals over Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Amazon had its best-ever sales day on Cyber Monday 2019, with more items ordered around the world than any day previous, including Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day from earlier in 2019, which was totally left in the dust. So what were the highlights of the sales season, and what Amazon Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals were the best out there? Well, Amazon has let us know by publishing a press release with the highlights.  Some of the most-sold…

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9 New Tricks iOS 13 Adds to Apple CarPlay

The update to iOS 13 grants access to a new and improved version of Apple CarPlay, from improved services and fewer distractions to better control. PCMag reviews products independently, but we may earn affiliate commissions from buying links on this page. Terms of use. If you want to connect your iPhone to your car, Apple CarPlay allows you to get driving directions, listen to music and other audio, make and receive phone calls, and listen to and respond to text…

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How to watch today’s Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Tech Summit keynote online

Qualcomm President Cristiano Amon talks up the company’s new 5G processor at IFA in Berlin. Tyler Lizenby/CNET Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor has long been a staple in modern Android phones (plus recently expanding again to Windows PCs) and on Tuesday we will get our first look at the next generation of the chipset. Expected to be called the Snapdragon 865, the new flagship chip will likely provide some speed and efficiency improvements, but the real story could be in how it…

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Natwest’s newly launched Bó app looks a lot like Monzo | Apps & wearables

Launched as a direct rival to fintech current account challengers like Monzo, Starling and Revolut, the new digital banking solution from Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Group bears a striking resemblance to the leader of that pack: Monzo. The Tom Blomfield-founded challenger bank has certainly written the playbook when it comes to launching new banks – even if it hasn’t landed on a profitable business model yet. © RBS Of course imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and new Bó customers will receive…

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Babylon.js: Going beyond the 2D Web

The Web has moved on a long way since we started to wave goodbye to Flash. Much of what we could do in animation plug-ins is now native to the browser, thanks to HTML 5 and its roster of JavaScript graphics APIs. One of the most important is WebGL, giving browsers access to the GPU and delivering interactive 2D and 3D graphics. To read this article in full, please click here (Insider Story) Source link

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Sex Trafficking via Facebook Sets Off a Lawyer’s Novel Crusade

HOUSTON — Tech has led to a lot of trouble lately: hate speech, financial scams, undermined elections. Yet tech companies have largely avoided legal consequences, thanks to a landmark 1996 law that protects them from lawsuits. Now that federal law, Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, has a new threat: Annie McAdams, a personal-injury lawyer in Houston. Ms. McAdams is waging a legal assault against Facebook and other tech companies, accusing them of facilitating the sex trafficking of minors.…

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Herschel backpacks and duffle bags are up to 40% off on Amazon

Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. By Leah StodartMashable Shopping2019-12-03 16:12:11 UTC TL;DR: The iconic Herschel backpacks as well as duffle bags, toiletry cases, and wallets are up to 40% off on Amazon. Stumped on what to gift someone this holiday season? A Herschel bag is a simple “literally anyone would like this” gift. Think about it: Everyone travels. Everyone visits family and friends. At some point, everyone finds…

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‘Baby Shark’ creators plan Navajo version of popular video

Creators of the popular video “Baby Shark,” whose “doo doo doo” song was played at the World Series in October, are developing a version in Navajo By RUSSELL CONTRERAS Associated Press December 3, 2019, 2:33 PM 1 min read Creators of the popular video “Baby Shark,” whose “doo doo doo” song was played at the World Series in October, are developing a version in Navajo. Pinkfong, a brand of the South Korea company SmartStudy, announced last week it is working…

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AMD CPUs fill out Amazon’s top 10 over Black Friday

If ever there were an indication that Intel needs to do something, this is it. AMD has been winning the hearts and minds of computer builders from budget-builds to gaming performance. A look at Amazon’s best-sellers list over the Thanksgiving holiday shows that AMD is dominating the CPU sales charts. At the time of this writing, the Amazon US best-sellers list for CPU processors is topped by AMD’s Ryzen 7 2700X CPU for $205. In the next two spots are the…

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Thanks Internet: Girl Trapped In Bushes Trying To Rush Field After Alabama/Auburn Game With Super Mario Sound Effects Added

Because a win again their rival in the Iron Bowl demands a sacrifice, and apparently that sacrifice is the bushes surrounding the field at Jordan-Hare Stadium (students did the same thing back in 2017, those poor bushes were probably just starting to piece their lives back together), this is a video of an Auburn fan getting stuck in them after the win against Alabama, with some fun Super Mario Bros sound effects added. There’s also a student victoriously waving what…

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For Centuries, People Dreamed of a Machine That Could Produce Language. Then OpenAI Made One

This is part six of a six-part series on the history of natural language processing. In February of this year, OpenAI, one of the foremost artificial intelligence labs in the world, announced that a team of researchers had built a powerful new text generator called the Generative Pre-Trained Transformer 2, or GPT-2 for short. The researchers used a reinforcement learning algorithm to train their system on a broad set of natural language processing (NLP) capabilities, including reading comprehension, machine translation,…

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Xometry acquires European on-demand manufacturing marketplace Shift – TechCrunch

Xometry, the U.S.-based marketplace for on-demand manufacturing that raised $55 million in Series D funding this summer, has acquired Munich-based Shift as a path to European expansion. Exact terms of the deal remain undisclosed, although the exit sees at least some of Shift’s investors, such as Cherry Ventures, picking up shares in Xometry . I also understand the Shift team is staying on and the company’s founders, Albert Belousov, Dmitry Kafidov and Alexander Belskiy, will now be heading up Xometry’s…

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Elon Musk ‘pedo guy’ defamation trial to begin

Image copyright AFP Image caption Lawyers for British diver Vern Unsworth (L) said Mr Musk’s tweets were “vile and false” Tesla boss Elon Musk is due to take the stand in a Los Angeles court and face the British diving specialist he accused of being a paedophile. Vern Unsworth was among the team credited with co-ordinating the July 2018 rescue… This is only a snippet of article written by Read Full Article

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Netflix Is Testing A Way For You To Hide Your Embarrassing Content

Netflix is quietly testing a new feature that will allow you to hide the fact you’ve been secretly watching episodes of Gossip Girl, according to Android Police. The publication noticed the U.S. streaming giant has added a button under the “continue watching” section of its Android app that allows users to delete shows from the list of shows they have already viewed. Currently, if you have an inappropriate or just a shockingly bad choice of TV show stuck in your…

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