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Foodvisor automatically tracks what you eat using deep learning

Meet Foodvisor, a startup that has built a mobile app that helps you log everything you eat in order to lose weight, follow a diet or get healthier. You can add data by capturing a photo of your plate before you eat. We’ve spent a little over two years doing…

A Phantasmal Gallery of Angel Art From Peter Mohrbacher

Peter Mohrbacher is a surrealistic painter and has put together a collection of Angel Art between December 2014 and December 2015. He is able to fully survive through grass roots support from his fans like us just through the...

The Dark Atmospheric Imagery of London Based Ellen Rogers

English photographer Ellen Rogers grew up as military child and took inspiration from her amateur-photographer Father. She started making ‘art photography’ at a young age and moved to London for inspiration as soon as she could. She completed a...

A Fascinating & Simply Stunning View Of Chicago via Flash Street Photography

Many of Satoki Nagata’s images might seem to be multiple exposures or to have been manipulated in post production, but all are single exposures of Chicago’s nighttime. Trying to figure out a workaround for the city’s dark winter months,...

Art/Digital Photography Album “Treebeard” From Cal Redback

This collection of ‘treebeards’ sees the union of the human face and plant life, with half or parts of the features removed and replaced by the wild growth of greenery. Overall, the metamorphosis of mortal characteristics into alternate botanical...

Featuring The Work Of Kiera Mulhern: Analog Photographer

Meet Kiera Mulhern, a street photographer whose analog work whose moody and provocative work caught my attention and sucked me in stark contrasts and unearthly mood colors. Browsing through the photography I felt as if I was watching a psychological...

A Glance At The Inside of North Korea

Here's the latest from amateur photographer Cyrus Patrick, who took a trip with the National Geographic foundation across the border before tensions got high. As you can see, this is all from within the capital, Pyongyang or at least...
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Divesting from one facial recognition startup, Microsoft ends outside investments in the tech

Microsoft is pulling out of an investment in an Israeli facial recognition technology developer as part of a broader policy shift to halt any minority investments in facial recognition startups, the company announced late last week. The decision to withdraw its investment from AnyVision, an Israeli company developing facial recognition software, came as a result…
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From Dance Parties to Book Clubs, Here Are the Best Video Apps for Each Home Activity

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Apple reopening retail stores in April

Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) plans to start reopening its retail stores by the first half of April, according to a memo viewed by Bloomberg. The openings will happen on a staggered basis, and the tech giant has extended the remote work option for many employees through April 5. Earlier this month, Apple closed all 458 of its retail…

NVIDIA Intros DLSS 2.0: Ditches Per-Game Training, Adds Motion Vectors for Better Quality

While NVIDIA’s annual GPU Technology Conference has been extensively dialed back and the bulk of NVIDIA’s announcements tabled for another day, as it turns out, the company still has an announcement up their sleeve this week. And a gaming-related announcement, no less. This morning NVIDIA is finally taking the wraps off of their DLSS 2.0…

Chromium’s “Show Url” is the most useless thing I have ever seen in a browser

Every now and then, browser makers make decisions that seem in diametrical opposition to what user's want or expect from a browser. Granted, these companies have lots of Telemetry data that the public does not have access to, and that data may suggest to them that the change makes sense. Google started to hide certain…