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Robots can now complete tasks by simply observing humans – CNET

Robots can now complete tasks by simply observing humans - CNET
  • Travel and automotive industries are keeping native ad spend alive FOU: Travel and automotive industries are keeping native ad spend alive

    EXCLUSIVE: Native advertising has seen somewhat of a renaissance in recent years, primarily driven by the need to supplement ads that are being blocked by both third-party tools and major browsers. And specific industries are driving continued growth in the native ad industry, according to a new study released by…

  • Genealogy websites identify rape suspect who eluded police for 40 years FOU: Genealogy websites identify rape suspect who eluded police for 40 years

    Enlarge / Mug shot of Joseph James DeAngelo. (credit: Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department) For more than four decades, a suspect in more than 50 extremely sadistic rapes and 12 murders eluded police in Northern California. On Tuesday, he was arrested after investigators tracked him down using online genealogical databases that…

  • Expensive remittances FOU: Expensive remittances

    New apps are bringing a greater range of services and features to the vital flows of money to families around the world

  • Regain control FOU: Regain control

    The new rules which might help stop private information being shared without our knowledge.

  • Red’s Hydrogen One phone puts holograms in your pocket FOU: Red’s Hydrogen One phone puts holograms in your pocket

    Soon, you won’t need flimsy red-and-blue glasses to enjoy 3D movies. Red Digital Cinema Camera Company is distilling its Hollywood know-how into something pocket sized with its Hydrogen One mobile phone. The Android device will be debuting through Verizon and AT&T this summer, and its major differentiator is its unique…

  • Best horror movies on Netflix for May 2018 💀 - CNET FOU: Best horror movies on Netflix for May 2018 💀 – CNET

    All the best the screaming — er, streaming — service has to offer through May.

  • SmugMug acquires Flickr from Yahoo FOU: SmugMug acquires Flickr from Yahoo

    SmugMug, a photo-sharing service for consumer and professional photographers, has acquired Flickr, the two companies announced this afternoon. Flickr was sold by parent company Oath, a subsidiary of Verizon that includes companies like Yahoo and AOL. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Flickr and SmugMug will not merge but…

  • How Autodesk’s assistant Ava attempts to avoid uncanny valley FOU: How Autodesk’s assistant Ava attempts to avoid uncanny valley

    As Google’s Duplex made clear a week ago, the uncanny valley can have consequences. That was true before AI, and it’s a notion tested on a regular basis now that intelligent machines have entered the mix. In the same week that Duplex made its world premiere, Autodesk began to roll…