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Experimental Nighttime Photography with Nexus and Pixel

Experimental Nighttime Photography with Nexus and Pixel

Posted by Florian Kainz, Software Engineer, Google Daydream On a full moon night last year I carried a professional DSLR camera, a heavy l… READ MORE >>

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A Life Inspired by an Unexpected Genius | Quanta Magazine

A Life Inspired by an Unexpected Genius | Quanta Magazine

The mathematician Ken Ono believes that the story of Srinivasa Ramanujan — mathematical savant and two-time college dropout — holds valuable lessons for how we READ MORE >>

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Forall.js: expressive quickcheck-like invariants on JavaScript

Forall.js: expressive quickcheck-like invariants on JavaScript

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Rewriting Import-JS in JavaScript

Rewriting Import-JS in JavaScript

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Simple Guide to Finding a JavaScript Memory Leak in Node.js

Simple Guide to Finding a JavaScript Memory Leak in Node.js

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Marines are trying out a throwaway delivery drone

Marines are trying out a throwaway delivery drone

They;re basically flying care packages. READ MORE >>

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Mimicking an impact on Earth’s early atmosphere yields all 4 RNA bases

Mimicking an impact on Earth’s early atmosphere yields all 4 RNA bases

A big rock hitting the right atmosphere could make RNA building blocks. READ MORE >>

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A Bird’s-Eye View of Nature’s Hidden Order | Quanta Magazine

A Bird’s-Eye View of Nature’s Hidden Order | Quanta Magazine

Scientists are exploring a mysterious pattern, found in birds’ eyes, boxes of marbles and other surprising places, that is neither regular nor random. READ MORE >>

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There’s a big problem with AI: even its creators can’t explain how it works

There’s a big problem with AI: even its creators can’t explain how it works

No one really knows how the most advanced algorithms do what they do. That could be a problem. READ MORE >>

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Electronic synapses that can learn : towards an artificial brain ? – CNRS Web site – CNRS

Electronic synapses that can learn : towards an artificial brain ? – CNRS Web site – CNRS

Artist’s impression of the electronic synapse: the particles represent electrons circulating through oxide, by analogy with neurotransmitters in biological synapses. The flow of electrons depends on the oxide’s ferroelectric domain structure, which is controlled by electric voltage pulses. READ MORE >>

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