As moviemaking becomes as much a science as an art, the moviemakers need to ever-better ways to gauge audience reactions. Did they enjoy it? How much… exactly? At minute 42? A system from Caltech and Disney Research uses a facial expression tracking neural network to learn and predict how members of the audience react, perhaps setting the stage for a new generation of Nielsen ratings. Read More


TechCrunch

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Colombian Chocolate

by on July 26, 2017

A great chocolate drink for a crowd. Really nice topped with whipped cream — posted by fizzybrat
Food.com: Newest recipes

{ Comments on this entry are closed }

Medical News Today: A2 milk: What you need to know

July 25, 2017

What is A2 milk? This new milk on the market is supposedly healthier and easy to digest, but what is the truth? We look at the research. Featured Health News from Medical News Today

Read the full article →

Google launches SOS alerts in Maps and Search to help users during a crisis

July 25, 2017

Google has a bunch of programs that make life a little easier. Now it wants to take part in ensuring your safety, because it’s launched “SOS alerts” in Maps and Search to help users during a crisis. » RELATED: The new Google Maps tracker will ruin your lies about being late The search engine site […]

Read the full article →

National Monuments: In Gold Butte in Nevada, Ancient Rock Art and Rugged Beauty

July 25, 2017

The national monument, which the Trump administration is reassessing, is full of life — Joshua trees, prairie falcons — and stunning petroglyphs. NYT > Travel

Read the full article →

Report: Lyft is now growing faster than Uber

July 25, 2017

It's an understatement to say the last year has been rough for Uber. The company has been mired in multiple scandals, each of which… WN.com – Science News

Read the full article →

Adobe accidentally leaks photo-editing app Project Nimbus

July 25, 2017

 Project Nimbus is not a secret. Adobe already previewed the app at its MAX conference. But MacGeneration was able to download and play around with the upcoming app. Adobe told MacGeneration that it was available to some Creative Cloud subscribers for a short time by mistake. It has been removed since then. In many ways, […]

Read the full article →

Blizzard Shuts Down New World of Warcraft Legacy Server 5 Hours After It Opens

July 25, 2017

After only five hours of activity, a new legacy server for World of Warcraft has been shut down by Blizzard. VG24/7 reports that the creator of the Flemyst server, which launched last Friday, received an unexpected cease and desist letter from Blizzard’s lawyers. Flemyst was set to show players World of Warcraft as it stood […]

Read the full article →

Maradona: VAR would have disallowed my goal against England

July 25, 2017

Thirty-one years on from his most controversial goal, Diego Maradona champions the use of technology in football and discusses how it might have dealt with some of the game’s most contentious incidents. FIFA.com

Read the full article →

Australia denies reneging on a UNHCR deal to accept refugees

July 25, 2017

The Australian foreign minister today rejected the United Nations refugee agency’s allegation that her government reneged on a deal to resettle some refugees who attempted to reach Australia by boat. The UNHCR said yesterday it had agreed to facilitate a deal in which the US would take up to 1,250 refugees among more than 2,000 […]

Read the full article →