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The surreal dreams of Google's image recognition software

Image recognition is a complicated business. For Google, that means an artificial neural network -- software capable of learning.<p>The software is based on the structure of biological brains, and it is trained by being shown millions of images. It constantly adjusts until it is able to accurately …

Carmela Orefice

What an OTT Future Means for Brands

If you haven’t heard of OTT, short for “over the top,” you will soon. The acronym refers to video content delivered straight to the consumer via internet. The core disruptive concept is that the “pipe” created by the cable MSOs (multiple system operators) no longer provides the sole gateway to …

Aerogramme Writers' Studio | Books and Writing | News and Resources

Non-profit literary magazine <i>Indiana Review</i> is currently accepting unsolicited submissions. Now in its 43rd year of publication, Indiana Review has …

Indiana University

Drones Sacrificed for Spectacular Volcano Video

SAM COSSMAN, EXPLORER AND FILMMAKER:<br>It’s a glimpse into the center of the Earth. It’s like listening to the heartbeat of the planet. The physiological effects are significant in that you have every force down there trying to kill you.<p>I wanted to share Marum Crater that’s located in the island …

Articles about design-trend-watch-3-d-weaving on Dwell.com - Dwell

An interior architecture firm predicts the top multifamily design trends for 2017.<p>For co-founders Jake and Pum Lefebure of Design Army, family and business work well together.<p>Corporate offices don’t have to be all work and no style.<p>2017 is promising to be an exciting year.<p>Check out highlights from …

The New Oculus Prototype Shows How Mind-Blowing Virtual Reality Can Be

What does it mean to be present?<p>It's knowing that when you’re sitting in your cubicle at work, crammed in the middle seat of an airplane, being …

Venture capital and the great big Silicon Valley asshole game

<b>This piece originally appeared on PandoQuarterly, issue three.</b><p>Silicon Valley has an asshole problem, and it’s high time we owned up to it.<p>Let me be …

How IoT big data will transform manufacturing automation

Find out how big data and Internet of Things contribute to smart manufacturing automation, which may benefit everyone in the supply chain.<p>Imagine a …

This Woman's Revolutionary Idea Made Her A Billionaire — And Could Change Medicine

No more wondering to yourself, "Ah, how much more can they take before I pass out?"<p>Instead you might be able to walk into a Walgreens pharmacy for a reportedly painless fingerprick that will draw just a tiny drop of blood, thanks to Elizabeth Holmes, 30, the youngest woman and third-youngest …

Theranos

Engineer Sees Big Possibilities in Micro-robots, Including Programmable Bees

Robert Wood says that medicine and agriculture could be transformed by micro and "soft" robots.<p><i>Editor's note: Robert Wood is one of National Geographic's 2014 emerging explorers, part of a program that honors tomorrow's visionaries—those making discoveries, making a difference, and inspiring people</i> …

Airstreaming the Pacific Coast Highway

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>A few weeks ago, I challenged myself to embrace a different kind of travel. Despite having spent two decades traversing more than 100 countries in all manner of ways, I had never been in an RV. And yet, hitting the road in one of these self-contained mobile domiciles is …

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What A Bonsai Tree Looks Like Suspended In Space

On Tuesday, a bonsai tree boldly went where no bonsai tree has gone before. Azuma Makoto, a 38-year-old artist based in Tokyo, launched two botanical arrangements into space: “Shiki 1,” a Japanese white pine bonsai tree suspended from a metal frame, and an untitled arrangement of orchids, lilies, …

The Most Ambitious Artificial Intelligence Project In The World Has Been Operating In Near Secrecy For 30 Years

IBM's Watson and Apple's Siri stirred up a hunger and awareness throughout the U.S. for something like a Star Trek computer that really worked — an artificially intelligent system that could receive instructions in plain, spoken language, make the appropriate inferences, and carry out its …

rod hunt illustrates 10 ikea families + their homes for russian campaign

<b><br>rod hunt illustrates 10 ikea families + their aparments for russian campaign</b><br>all images © rod hunt<p><b>london-based artist rod hunt has drawn a huge</b> …

Stunning Photos Show What Happens If You Spend Too Much Time In The Sun

In a project titled "Ultraviolet Beauties," Brooklyn-based artist Cara Phillips used ultraviolet photography to expose underlying sun spots and other blemishes in people's faces that the human eye can't see.<p>In an interview with The Huffington Post, Phillips said she was inspired by the medical …

Luminoso gets $6.5M to turn unstructured text into actionable data

“Big data” isn’t just numbers — companies have oodles of text-based data they need to make sense of and put to good use, and Luminoso is on the case.<p>Today, Luminoso announced that it has raised $6.5 million as its first found of institutional funding.<p>Luminoso is like a translation service; it takes …

Fill Bucket With Cold Water. Stick Out Wrist. Dump on Wearables.

Is there a wearable that tracks all of the predictions on wearables? (Asking for a friend.)<p>Today’s wearable devices will likely experience the same rise and descent as products like the Flip camera or the single-purpose e-reader, Forrester Research predicts in its latest report.<p>Wearables “will …

Instagram's Best Travel Photographers Will Make You Want To Explore The World

These 12 photographers, however, take some amazing travel photos that are bound to inspire feelings of wanderlust in anyone who sees them. With follower counts numbering in the hundreds of thousands, they're incredibly popular, too.<p>Niche, a startup that helps brands partner with popular social …

Great Barrier Reef

My hotel room window. Hamhung, North Korea.

The Milky Way Galaxy, As Seen From a 747

Milky Way Galaxy

27 Musicians And Their Hits Reimagined As Buildings

What if you could live inside your favorite songs, from “Bohemian Rhapsody” to “Space Oddity?”<p>A beloved album can turn into a sonic home of sorts, and provide a measure of comfort that trumps an actual living space. Now we have a mash-up of both: In his new illustration series, “Archimusic,” …

Speedy snaps: photos developed in energy drinks – in pictures

They're not just for keeping your eyes pinned open at 3am ... energy drinks can be used to develop photographs too. Stephen Gill's psychedelic new series is fuelled by the fizzy orange stuff. Take a trip through a world soaked in Red Bull, Monster Rehab and the rest

Check out the best art GIFs of 2014

The creators of the Giphoscope -- the hand-cranked, real-world GIF machine -- have set about making a real name for themselves in the world of art. Marco Calabrese and Alessandro Scali have just hosted their very first ever annual Giphoscope Award, created to honour the very best of animated GIF …

Wettest Place on Earth

LaMetric lets you track what matters

Similar in concept to the ALARMclock, LaMetric can be customized to deliver everything from email notifications, a Facebook fan count, the weather …

How the 'Internet of Things' Is Transforming the Meaning of Product

At one point Steve Jobs offered to buy Dropbox, explaining to the founders that their cloud-based file system was really a feature, not a product. In my view Jobs was right with respect to Apple’s definition of a product. But what he failed to understand was that the Internet had fractured the …

It’s Never Been A Better Time To Create A Luxury Startup

As I’m based in Paris and work in the tech ecosystem, there is a lot of chatter about luxury brands and their future. Paris is still the city of outrageously beautiful goods and clothes from powerful brands. Luxury shops are still crowded with countless of tourists. Yet, when I talk with people …