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Inception Drive: A Compact, Infinitely Variable Transmission for Robotics

Last year, SRI’s Alexander Kernbaum introduced us to Abacus Drive, a new kind of rotary transmission based on pure rolling motion that promises to be much cheaper and much more energy efficient than harmonic gears, which are the current (quite expensive) standard. Now Kernbaum is back with another ingenious—and cleverly named—transmission design. It’s called Inception Drive, and he describes it as “an ultra-compact infinitely variable transmission based on a novel nested pulley configuration” that’s designed to make robots, and all kinds of…

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Microsoft confirms plans for a new flagship store in Regent Street opposite Apple

Shopping may be turning into an increasingly virtual exercise, with people buying goods online and through apps, but there is no denying the power of a physical in-store experience — a lesson that Microsoft is taking to heart. Today the company announced it will be opening a new flagship store in London in Regent Street near Oxford Circus — just a stone’s (or an iPhone’s) throw from the Apple flagship store that saw a huge revamp a year ago. The area…

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Which paper shredder should I buy?

Cross-cut versus strip-cut. How many litres should the waste bin be? And what does DIN level mean anyway? If you’ve ever puzzled over a selection of paper shredders in a shop, these questions should all ring a bell. We’re not kidding ourselves – we know you don’t have to have the investigative powers of Sherlock to buy a shredder. When compared to laptops, printers and wearables, picking your perfect paper shredder should be sheer elementary. But when it comes to keeping…

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Futures: “Dorkwood” paint? The neural networks making us laugh – General

Neural networks can raise a smile, but do they have a sense of humour? Nicole Kobie reveals the world of AI-created paint, Pokémon and recipes. Stummy Beige. Dorkwood. Sindis Poop. Turdly. These are not paints you’d choose to slather on the walls of your front room, but it’s what Janelle Shane’s neural network spat out after being trained on 7,700 Sherwin-Williams colours.  Artificial intelligence (AI) is serious business. It’s threatening to take our jobs and change our lives beyond all…

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Facebook to overhaul political ads, share some with U.S. Congress amid pressure – National

Facebook on Thursday launched an overhaul of how it handles paid political advertisements on the world’s largest social network, responding to criticism that it has not done enough to prevent the manipulation of elections. Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg said the company would start by sharing with U.S. congressional investigators some 3,000 political ads that it says Russia-based operatives ran on Facebook in the months before and after last year’s U.S. presidential election. Trudeau celebrates launch of Facebook AI lab in…

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PC Gaming Weekly: One way Steam could disarm review-bombers

Some studios on Steam have no problem getting noticed. In fact, they might be getting too much attention in the form of review bombs from people who might not have even played the game they’re trashing. And Valve, the video game company that owns PC gaming’s biggest platform, didn’t help matters with its recent move to keep review-bombing from affecting a developer’s games. Tuesday, Valve announced a solution to tackle review-bombing (the practice of hordes of people leaving bad comments and reviews…

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Future visions: The talks of TEDGlobalNYC

A night of TED Talks at The Town Hall theater in Manhattan covered topics ranging from climate change and fake news to the threat AI poses for democracy. Photo: Ryan Lash / TED The advance toward a more connected, united, compassionate world is in peril. Some voices are demanding a retreat, back to a world where insular nations battle for their own interests. But most of the big problems we face are collective in nature and global in scope. What…

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Oracle releases Java 9 – gHacks Tech News

Oracle has just released Java 9, the new version and latest update to the Java platform, featuring improvements across the board. The new release includes a long list of improvements and changes like modularization support, better performance, support for new standards and more. Oracle classifies Java 9 as a major release. The release notes highlight all major changes to the various Java components. The biggest change, according to Oracle, is the introduction of the Java Platform Module System. It “introduces…

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Ezviz Mini Trooper review: Weatherproof and wireless security

Ezviz, maker of one of the smallest and most affordable home security cameras available, introduced its first outdoor camera, the Ezviz Husky, earlier this year. We liked it, but it had the same drawback as most outdoor cameras: It required access to an electrical outlet, which for most folks means drilling a hole through a wall of your home to access an outlet inside, a nonstarter for many users, particularly renters. The company’s latest effort, the Ezviz Mini Trooper, is…

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