Are Intel’s powerful server-class Xeon processors coming to the new iMac Pros?
While we know that Intel's Xeon processors will be on tap for Apple's upcoming iMac Pro, rumor has it that, in fact, the machines will use the upcoming server-class Skylake-EX and Skylake-EP processors code-named Purley, The post Are Intel’s powerful server-class Xeon processors coming to the new iMac Pros? appeared first on Digital Trends....
Are Intel’s powerful server-class Xeon processors coming to the new iMac Pros?
While we know that Intel's Xeon processors will be on tap for Apple's upcoming iMac Pro, rumor has it that, in fact, the machines will use the upcoming server-class Skylake-EX and Skylake-EP processors code-named Purley, The post Are Intel’s powerful server-class Xeon processors coming to the new iMac Pros? appeared first on Digital Trends....
‘Nex Machina’ hands-on review
'Nex Machina' is an intense and creative twin-stick shooter bolstered by brilliant level design, boss fights, and fast-paced action. The post ‘Nex Machina’ hands-on review appeared first on Digital Trends.
‘Nex Machina’ hands-on review
'Nex Machina' is an intense and creative twin-stick shooter bolstered by brilliant level design, boss fights, and fast-paced action. The post ‘Nex Machina’ hands-on review appeared first on Digital Trends.
Apple goes after clones and spam on the App Store
 Every time Apple’s developer conference rolls around we get a smattering of changes to the App Store Review guidelines. This corpus of rules can be, in turns, opaque and explicit and has caused a decent amount of consternation over the years for developers as they try to read into how Apple might interpret one rule or another. I remember the crushing of apps like AppShopper and… Read More ...
These undergrads built a Generative Adversarial Net that creates art
 I can’t tell you for sure if we have reached peak GAN but there are far more people messing around with them than there were a year ago and that’s a great thing. Two undergraduates at William’s College taught themselves introductory machine learning and read about 50 papers on the now almost mainstream Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) before embarking on a project with… Read More ...
Google’s Tensor2Tensor makes it easier to conduct deep learning experiments
 Google’s brain team is open sourcing Tensor2Tensor, a new deep learning library designed to help researchers replicate results from recent papers in the field and push the boundaries of what’s possible by trying new combinations of models, datasets and other parameters. The sheer number of variables in AI research combined with the fast pace of new developments makes it difficult… Read More ...
Google to ramp up AI efforts to ID extremism on YouTube
 Last week Facebook solicited help with what it dubbed “hard questions” — including how it should tackle the spread of terrorism propaganda on its platform. Yesterday Google followed suit with its own public pronouncement, via an op-ed in the FT newspaper, explaining how it’s ramping up measures to tackle extremist content. Read More ...
A discussion about AI’s conflicts and challenges
 “The competition for talent at the moment is absolutely ferocious,” agrees Professor Andrew Blake, whose computer vision PhD was obtained in 1983, but who is now, among other things, a scientific advisor to UK-based autonomous vehicle software startup, FiveAI, which is aiming to trial driverless cars on London’s roads in 2019… Read More ...
Great deal! These are our three favorite Amazon tech bargains today
Friday's Amazon Gold Box deals feature an Apple Macbook Pro, the most advanced GoPro on the market, and a Roku Premiere+. Score savings up to $120 and discounts as deep as 40 percent. The post Great deal! These are our three favorite Amazon tech bargains today appeared first on Digital Trends.
Emmanuel Macron proves that he still cares about startups
 There’s a weird annual tradition in French politics. French presidents, ministers and hopeful candidates all go to the Agricultural Show in the Porte de Versailles convention center. Somehow, old ideas die hard, and it’s important to show that you still care about people in the food industry. Yesterday, Macron spent three to four hours walking down the hallways of the very same… Read More ...
The Serolsar Detour
OK I will be quick with this one because I don’t have much time. Last year I walked from Shoja to Jalori and also ventured bit towards Raghupur Garh. Due to too much walking I did not have time to cover Serolsar Lake. So, as I was passing through the region again, I decided to pause for a day at Shoja and visit the Serolsar Lake. Shoja as usual was beginning to get covered with purple Iris blossoms. But this time I opted for the bus and quickly reached Jalori Pass in the morning. The pre...
‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ gets an awesome collector’s edition
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is one of the best games we've seen at E3. Its collector's edition, which includes a GI Joe-like action figure of the main character, is just icing on the cake. The post ‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ gets an awesome collector’s edition appeared first on Digital Trends....
Digital pharmacy startup ScriptDash rebrands as Alto, inks $23 million for nationwide expansion
 Digital pharmacy startup ScriptDash is getting a new name today, along with $23 million in Series B financing. The startup will now go by Alto to reflect its intention to go beyond just delivery. “Alto’s latin root means ‘elevated’ or ‘tall’ and we’re trying to elevate the pharmacy experience,” co-founder Mattieu Gamache-Asselin said. Alto so… Read More ...
The Grand Tour’s Richard Hammond has crashed again, this time in a $1M supercar
The Grand Tour's Richard Hammond knows what it's like to crash in a variety of vehicles. The latest was in a million-dollar supercar, and we're happy to report that, apart from a dodgy knee, he's just fine. The car, however, isn't. The post The Grand Tour’s Richard Hammond has crashed again, this time in a $1M supercar appeared first on Digital Trends....
‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ listed on Amazon just before E3
A listing on Amazon Germany's website appears to have leaked the existence of Wolfenstein: The New Colossus. Publisher Bethesda will likely officially announce the game at E3 tomorrow night. The post ‘Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus’ listed on Amazon just before E3 appeared first on Digital Trends.
The right (and wrong) way to clean your washing machine
Have a dirty washing machine? If you don't clean your machine properly, you can damage your machine and your clothes. Here's how to clean your top-load, smart, or HE washing machine the correct way. The post The right (and wrong) way to clean your washing machine appeared first on Digital Trends.
2017 MacBook, MacBook Pro iFixit teardown: same old, same old
After being pleasantly surprised by the discoveries in the 2017 4K iMac, the teardown experts at iFixit braced themselves for another adventure. Imagine their disappointment when, upon opening the 2017 Retina MacBook and 2017 MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, they were, instead, hit hard with a major case of deja vu. If you were, like them, expecting at least some … Continue reading...
Apple to support external graphics card enclosures on MacBook Pros, iMacs
Apple's upcoming release of MacOS "High Sierra" will introduce support for external graphics card enclosures with a Thunderbolt 3 port. Apple did not specify if this support comes to all external enclosures, like the Razer Core. The post Apple to support external graphics card enclosures on MacBook Pros, iMacs appeared first on Digital Trends....
Spektral raises $2.8 million for development of AI-powered green screen technology
 The augmented reality acquisition space is hot — Facebook, Snap, Apple and others are throwing money at teams and technologies that promise to increase user engagement. Spektral, a Danish startup, is the latest venture-backed visual effects company setting its sights on the massive space. Spektral is announcing a $2.8 million round today from Litecap and Amp Ventures to continue… Read More ...