Apple unveils iPad Pro with 3D scanner in major redesign

March 18, 2020 at 01:57PM Top tablet has lidar tech found in self-driving cars in system designed for augmented reality Apple has released a new version of its top iPad Pro with new 3D depth-sensing lidar technology and a revamped MacBook Air with a new keyboard, as it attempts to continue normal business in spiteContinue reading “Apple unveils iPad Pro with 3D scanner in major redesign”

New iPad Pro: Apple releases tablet with 3D scanner and trackpad alongside updated MacBook Air

March 18, 2020 at 12:24PM Apple has launched a new iPad Pro that includes a 3D scanner and a trackpad, alongside an update MacBook Air. New iPad Pro: Apple releases tablet with 3D scanner and trackpad alongside updated MacBook Air … Selected by softengoxford Search Web: New iPad Pro: Apple releases tablet with 3D scannerContinue reading “New iPad Pro: Apple releases tablet with 3D scanner and trackpad alongside updated MacBook Air”

Scientists find which exoplanets could host alien life with pioneering ‘3D chemistry’ experiment

November 11, 2019 at 08:01PM Some planets could be less habitable than we had expected Scientists find which exoplanets could host alien life with pioneering '3D chemistry' experiment … Selected by softengoxford Search Web: Scientists find which exoplanets could host alien life with pioneering '3D chemistry' experiment

How do you like your beef… old-style cow or 3D-printed?

November 10, 2019 at 06:18AM Manufacturers claim their products taste like the real thing, have huge ecological benefits and could soon be in our homes After the success of the Greggs vegan sausage roll and the juicy-yet-meatless Impossible Burger, the next new food sensation is coming to a plate near you: 3D-printed steaks and chickenContinue reading “How do you like your beef… old-style cow or 3D-printed?”

Snapchat update introduces 3D selfie mode for iPhone X and iPhone 11

September 17, 2019 at 01:28PM New camera feature brings diorama-like depth to pictures Snapchat update introduces 3D selfie mode for iPhone X and iPhone 11 … Selected by softengoxford Search Web: Snapchat update introduces 3D selfie mode for iPhone X and iPhone 11

Procore brings 3D construction models to iOS

August 14, 2019 at 02:00PM Today, Procore, a construction software company, announced Procore BIM (Building Information Modeling), a new tool that takes advantage of Apple hardware advances to bring the 3D construction model to iOS. Dave McCool, senior product manager at Procore, says that architects and engineers have been working with 3D models of complexContinue reading “Procore brings 3D construction models to iOS”

Matterport raises $48M to ramp up its 3D imaging platform

March 05, 2019 at 05:05PM The growth of augmented and virtual reality applications and hardware is ushering in a new age of digital media and imaging technologies, and startups that are putting themselves at the center of that are attracting interest. TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that Matterport, which started out making cameras but hasContinue reading “Matterport raises $48M to ramp up its 3D imaging platform”

Texas Man With 3D-Printed Gun And ‘Hit List’ Of Lawmakers Sentenced To 8 Years

February 14, 2019 at 12:36PM The man printed the gun after a background check stopped him from purchasing a firearm legally. His sentencing comes as lawmakers around the country are trying to expand background check requirements. Texas Man With 3D-Printed Gun And ‘Hit List’ Of Lawmakers Sentenced To 8 Years…

New iPhone: Apple’s future handset to include laser-powered camera for 3D images, claims report

January 31, 2019 at 09:44AM This year’s phone will also bring a range of camera improvements New iPhone: Apple's future handset to include laser-powered camera for 3D images, claims report … Selected by softengoxford Search Web: New iPhone: Apple's future handset to include laser-powered camera for 3D images, claims report

Cutting edge: Japanese paper art inspires a non-slip shoe

June 01, 2020 at 05:42PM Scientists use kirigami techniques to create a sole with pop-up, high-friction spikes The Japanese art of paper cutting and folding, or kirigami, has led to mind-bending 3D structures from 2D sheets, including spectacular pop-up designs. But now researchers have been getting to grips with the technique for a very down-to-earthContinue reading “Cutting edge: Japanese paper art inspires a non-slip shoe”

Microsoft launches Project Bonsai, its new machine teaching service for building autonomous systems

May 19, 2020 at 04:00PM At its Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced that Project Bonsai, its new machine teaching service, is now in public preview. If that name sounds familiar, it’s probably because you remember that Microsoft acquired Bonsai, a company that focuses on machine teaching, back in 2018. Bonsai combined simulation tools withContinue reading “Microsoft launches Project Bonsai, its new machine teaching service for building autonomous systems”

Kustomer acquires Reply.ai to enhance chatbots on its CRM platform

May 14, 2020 at 12:53PM Last December, when CRM startup Kustomer was announcing its latest round of funding — a $60 million round led by Coatue — its co-founder and CEO Brad Birnbaum said it would use some of the money to build more RPA-style automations into its platform to expand KustomerIQ, its AI-based product thatContinue reading “Kustomer acquires Reply.ai to enhance chatbots on its CRM platform”

Time: Working Out at Home? Here’s the Smartest Exercise Gear You Can Use

April 23, 2020 at 10:04PM Stuck indoors thanks to the COVID-19 outbreak? That doesn’t mean you necessarily have to embrace your inner sloth. Instead, it’s a good idea to find ways to stay active, especially for the physical and mental health benefits of exercise. For home workout equipment that can really make sure each sessionContinue reading “Time: Working Out at Home? Here’s the Smartest Exercise Gear You Can Use”

Time: I’m Gaming My Way Through Quarantine — and That’s Nothing to Feel Guilty About

April 23, 2020 at 03:28PM I’m a big reader. I love fiction and non-fiction, I love paper books, audiobooks, e-books, comic books, whatever. And I live near a world-class library for easy access to all of the above. But since the COVID-19 pandemic changed everyone’s lives, I’m struggling to get lost in their worlds. WhileContinue reading “Time: I’m Gaming My Way Through Quarantine — and That’s Nothing to Feel Guilty About”

VAST Data lands $100M Series C on $1.2B valuation to turn storage on its head

April 16, 2020 at 02:00PM VAST Data, a startup that has come up with a cost-effective way to deliver flash storage, announced a $100 million Series C investment today on a $1.2 billion valuation, both unusually big numbers for an enterprise startup in Series C territory. Next47, the investment arm of Siemens, led the roundContinue reading “VAST Data lands $100M Series C on $1.2B valuation to turn storage on its head”

Volunteers create world’s fastest supercomputer to combat coronavirus

April 15, 2020 at 12:23PM Participants are ‘folding proteins’ on home PCs, a task that could prove instrumental in tackling disease Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The world’s fastest supercomputer has been created from volunteers loaning spare time on their home PCs to fold proteins, a scientific task that could proveContinue reading “Volunteers create world’s fastest supercomputer to combat coronavirus”

Time: The Final Fantasy VII Remake Shouldn’t Exist — But I’m So Glad it Does

April 09, 2020 at 04:32PM The neon lights of Wall Market fill the air with color. It’s night, and especially dark because a steel plate blocks out the sky. This is Midgar, the most powerful city in the most powerful nation on the planet. The rich live up on the plates, living a life poweredContinue reading “Time: The Final Fantasy VII Remake Shouldn’t Exist — But I’m So Glad it Does”

Time: The Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake Takes a Shot at Resurrecting the Franchise’s Weakest Game

April 07, 2020 at 07:16PM Resident Evil 2 Remake was one of 2019’s best video games. The overhaul of the 1998 PlayStation classic did more than update the graphics — it reworked the control scheme, made zombies scary again, and reintroduced the world to the terrifying and unstoppable Mr. X. A year later, Capcom hasContinue reading “Time: The Resident Evil 3: Nemesis Remake Takes a Shot at Resurrecting the Franchise’s Weakest Game”

Disrupting the disruptors: how Covid-19 will shake up Airbnb

April 05, 2020 at 11:20PM Airbnb created an industry and changed the face of many neighbourhoods. Now it’s facing the challenge of the coronavirus Airbnb was built on the premise of bringing the world closer together. Tourists could travel like locals, while locals could cash in on their desirable neighbourhood properties by letting those visitorsContinue reading “Disrupting the disruptors: how Covid-19 will shake up Airbnb”

Xerox drops $34B HP takeover bid amid COVID-19 uncertainty

March 31, 2020 at 11:23PM Xerox announced today that it would be dropping its hostile takeover bid of HP. The drama began last fall with a flurry of increasingly angry letters between the two companies, and confrontational actions from Xerox, including an attempt to take over the HP board that had rejected its takeover overtures.Continue reading “Xerox drops $34B HP takeover bid amid COVID-19 uncertainty”

Udemy: Deep Learning A-Z™: Hands-On Artificial Neural Networks

← Back to Udemy Learn to create Deep Learning Algorithms in Python from two Machine Learning & Data Science experts. Templates included. Bestseller 4.5 (28,340 ratings) 212,079 students enrolled Created by Kirill Eremenko, Hadelin de Ponteves, SuperDataScience Team Last updated 3/2020 English English, French [Auto-generated], 5 more   You purchased this course on Nov. 17,Continue reading “Udemy: Deep Learning A-Z™: Hands-On Artificial Neural Networks”