Scientists can actually identify what we are thinking and now even feeling, Lesley Stahl reports on this Sunday’s 60 Minutes. Her story on the use of functional MRIs and computer analysis to interpret human thoughts will be broadcast on Sunday, November 24, at 7 p.m., ET/PT on CBS.
Monthly Archives: November 2019
Hyper-Realistic Masks Can Be More Believable Than Real Human Faces
Some silicone masks are now so realistic they can easily be mistaken for real faces, new research suggests. Hyper-realistic masks are made from flexible materials such as silicone and are designed to imitate real human faces — down to every last freckle, wrinkle and strand of real human hair.
T-Mobile’s CEO Is Resigning, Finally Putting An End To His Promoted Tweets
Good night, sweet magenta prince. Legere isn’t just a CEO, he’s a cool CEO. You can tell because he wears sneakers and T-shirts (aways in T-Mobile’s magenta hue, of course) instead of stuffy suits. He also wears his hair long. The combination of his hairline and length can best be described as:
‘Jedi Fallen Order Is A Star Wars Game Through And Through,’ And 8 Other Lines Of Praise Electronic Arts Strongly Suggested We Use In Our Review
The newest Star Wars game is finally here, and we’ve got all the absolute best lines of praise that Electronic Arts suggested we use in a press package containing the game, a media kit, and a strongly worded letter insisting that we keep these bullet points in mind during our review, implying that
‘Meth : We’re On It’
South Dakato’s new meth awareness campaign was all over Twitter last night and all over the news this morning because of its attention-demanding slogan: “Meth: We’re On It”.
Secretive energy startup backed by Bill Gates achieves solar breakthrough
A secretive startup backed by Bill Gates has achieved a solar breakthrough aimed at saving the planet.
What’s Left of Condé Nast
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TV, or not TV: The story of our bike box
It was a simple idea. But it exploded. In 2015 we began shipping our bikes to the USA. The only problem was that a lot of them were arriving to their new customers damaged. Annoying for them and expensive for us.
Spot is an agile mobile robot that you can customize for a wide range of applications. The base platform provides rough-terrain mobility, 360 degree obstacle avoidance, and various levels of navigation, remote control and autonomy. You can customize Spot by adding specialized sensors, software an
The rise of ‘facadism’ in London
London blogger The Gentle Author has been photographing the changing face of London, focusing on what is known as “facadism”, the practice of destroying everything apart from the front wall and constructing a new building behind it.
Disney, IP, and “Returns to Marginal Affinity”
The MCU’s ability to increase output by 130% and unit performance by 30% stems from the brand’s goodwill the company built over its first films, which led to a constant expansion of its fandom (# of fans * affinity) and the ability to launch new mega-franchises around previously unknown characte
The Future is not Retro
One faction of urbanists that I’ve sometimes found myself clashing with is people who assume that a greener, less auto-centric future will look something like the traditional small towns of the past.
BOKA Vanguard loading Carnival Vista
BOKA Vanguard loading Carnival Vista
We Now Live in a Driverless World
On November 2nd 2019, I sent an email to the Voyage team on why we now live in a post-driverless world.
Apple TV, Apple TV, Apple TV, and Apple TV+
Apple TV is a hardware device. Apple TV is an app on iOS/iPadOS devices that operates similarly to Apple TV on Apple TV.