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vendredi 28 juin 2019, 12:30
NASA announces plans to send RTG-powered drone to Saturn moon. Titanians only have 15 years to prepare NASA plans to terrorise the skies with a plutonium-powered drone. Thankfully not those above Gatwick, but the dense haze surrounding the Saturn moon Titan.…
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Needed: 10 brave Brits to volunteer to become ex-Big Bluers. Worst might be over, people IBM has fired the starting gun on voluntary redundancies for UK staff working in the Technology Support Services (TSS) unit of the Global Technology Services division (GTS). The number...
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I can absolutely do that for you, Dave The RPG Greetings, traveller, and welcome back to The Register Plays Games, our monthly gaming column. This time we head into low Earth orbit for a space whodunnit with Observation. But first let us fondly bask in the nostalgic glow of...
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You'd be lucky if it survives until next Thursday Something for the Weekend, Sir? There is a graveyard in my office.…
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All for the want of a drop of lubricant On Call Distract yourself from the come-hither finger of a Friday trip to the pub ahead of the weekend with a trolley-based tale from the On Call vaults.…
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See Google, there are other ways to run browser content blockers smartly Software engineers working on the Brave browser have rewritten the browser's ad blocking engine in Rust and seen massive speed increases as a result.…
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Saves time, only a little accuracy lost, unexpectedly understands dark matter Neural networks can build 3D simulations of the universe in milliseconds, compared to days or weeks when using traditional supercomputing methods, according to new research.…
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Join us at Minds Mastering Machines: We have a score of tickets to give away Event If you’re a charity or a non-profit doing something amazing and think you could do even more with a crash-course in machine learning, artificial intelligence, or advanced analytics, we want...
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Development paused after AI experts sounded alarm. Amazon et al take note, eh? Axon, the largest supplier of body cameras to America's cops, will not add facial-recognition technology to its gear anytime soon, it announced Thursday.…
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They managed to scrape by with the lowest possible passing grade: D- Washington DC has been hit with yet another discouraging assessment of the Uncle Sam's IT management and security practices.…
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Our 'X-ray specs' software can be misused? And everyone wants it? Oh no, who'd have thought, say creators A machine-learning-powered perv super-tool that automagically removed clothes from women in photos to make them appear naked has been torn offline by its makers.…
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Do my Ive's deceive me? No, Sir Jony exits Cupertino, which will be among his first clients British Essex boy made good Sir Jony Ive will step down from his role as Apple's chief designer.…
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jeudi 27 juin 2019, 23:39
... Are... are we the baddies? Hackers from the Five Eyes intelligence agencies have been accused of breaking into systems at Yandex, dubbed Russia's Google.…
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Plus: Barristers spar amid reading comprehension test Autonomy Trial Former Autonomy CEO Mike Lynch oversaw the launch of what was purported to be a new product line in order to fraudulently pad its revenues, HPE’s lawyers have alleged.…
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Windows giant cheered on by Linux Foundation as it seeks membership of private security-focused message board Microsoft's transformation into a fully paid-up member of the Linux love-train continued this week as the Windows giant sought to join the exclusive club that is the ...
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May 2019 Update cautiously nibbles the toes of its predecessors Microsoft's Windows nightmare looks to be coming to an end as usage figures for The Update of The Damned began to tail off last month.…
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Chocolate Factory play catch up to AWS and Microsoft... again Deep Learning Containers (DLC) has entered beta stage, according to Google's Cloud Platform team.…
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He's only in charge of fitting them into UK airspace British drone fliers are either “clueless, careless or criminal”, according to none other than National Air Traffic Service's (NATS) head of unmanned traffic management.…
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Paul Wiles: 'Clear and publicly accepted rules' needed for common data platform The Ministry of Defence has been searching the police national fingerprint database without a “clearly defined lawful basis,” the UK's biometrics commissioner has said.…
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Warns deployment will go up spout if UK.gov pulls plug on controversial supplier Huawei has the most advanced tech for 5G deployment, Three's director of network strategy has said - ahead of the government's pending review into the controversial supplier's UK telecoms...
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