The researchers implanted a 64-electrode sensor on each side of his head, between the brain and skin,
I thought back to when I was in the Navy and graduated from an instamatic camera to my Pentax Spotmatic 35mm SLR and how I was going to take the kind of photos that National Geographic would die for.
Photo credit: Joe Fioramonti Sr I read with interest Robert Rittmuller’s article “Photography’s Future is Computational” and I’m not sure what to think. For a professional photographer he is right, it’s more than preserving memories, it’s creating something...
Meet the classified artificial brain being developed by US intelligence programs
Something changed in our coexistence with artificial intelligence in 2018, and it may never be the same.
When people spoke about personalization, all they meant was that a mail was introduced with a person’s name (‘Dear Franck…’) rather than an anonymous greeting (‘Dear Sir or Madam’).