Machine Learning for Text Classification

Machine Learning for Text Classification Machine learning can used to classified different category of texts, by using various classifiers. The common machine learning classifiers are support vector machine, Naive Bayes and even ensemble models, such as stochastic gradient descent. Besides, deep learning neural network is also a choice for the text classification. Those classifiers and neural network enable us to category the text and even to find the author for the specific text. The general idea is that we input the text of specific category or author, and then we…

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AI

As our investment in technology is increasing, our world is updated by new technologies that benefit our daily life. In some countries, robots are beginning to deliver food and services, work in factories, and do things that human cannot do. Soon, we may see human-like robots talking to humans as if they have real brains and intellectual ability, or mimicking our facial impressions as if they have real feelings of satisfaction and anger. AI is on its way to our life. AI is short for Artificial Intelligence, which is defined…

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5G

Recently, headlines in newspapers are frequently mentioning the development of 5G. 5G is the fifth generation wireless technology being deployed started in 2019. Now every country is putting trying to explore in the field of 5G to enhance the speed of the internet. Advantages of the use of 5G are countless. With 5G, people do not have to pay a lot for WIFI. Not only can people enjoy the fast speed of downloading videos online, but also taste the sweetness of not having to save money for their internet because…

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Tiny ‘Atomic Memory’ Device Could Store All Books Ever Written

A new “atomic memory” device that encodes data atom by atom can store hundreds of times more data than current hard disks can, a new study finds. “You would need just the area of a postage stamp to write out all books ever written,” said study senior author Sander Otte, a physicist at the Delft University of Technology’s Kavli Institute of Nanoscience in the Netherlands. In fact, the researchers estimated that if they created a cube 100 microns wide — about the same diameter as the average human hair —…

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SOCIETY’S TOUGHEST REALITIES GO VIRTUAL: EXPLORING ACTIVISM THROUGH VR AT TRIBECA 2016

Virtual reality is creating new opportunities across the media landscape, not only for film directors but also journalists, activists, and multimedia artists. Its creators are often all three—they’re ambitious storytellers who aren’t afraid to cross media borders and test the possibilities of the latest technologies. For its Storyscapes competition and Virtual Arcade, the Tribeca Film Festival will return to the Tribeca Festival Hub, a multimedia destination where the public can experience the newest experiments in digital creation and the vast potential for immersive media experiences. Four of the projects included in this year’s innovative…

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Nvidia’s eye-tracking system blurs the lines for more immersive VR environments

The human eye can only focus on one surprisingly small area at a time, while our peripheral vision gives us the general gist of what else is nearby. That means a lot of processing power that goes into fully rendering virtual reality environments in focus is wasted when you’re only really taking in a small area of the screen at any given time. Nvidia has developed a rendering technique that allows that wasted processing power to be redirected to allow developers to create more immersive VR environments. The technique, called…

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Facebook to position internet beaming satellite over Africa next year

Facebook is set to take its worldwide internet project to new heights, all the way to geostationary orbit, to be specific. The social media giant has announced a new partnership with French firm Eutelsat, with plans to launch a satellite into space next year in hope of bringing millions of people in Sub-Saharan Africa online. The satellite is already under construction. Being built by Israeli firm Spacecom, the AMOS-6 satellite is designed to address the gaps in internet access throughout West, East and Southern Africa that cannot be filled by…

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MIT’s Swarm chip architecture boosts multi-core CPUs

For nearly 10 years, computer processors have been getting faster by using multiple cores rather than raising their individual speeds. This measure makes our PCs and smartphones more power-efficient, but also makes it much trickier to write programs that take full advantage of their hardware. Swarm, a new chip design developed at MIT, could now come to the rescue and unleash the full power of parallel processing for up to 75-fold speedups, while requiring programmers to write a fraction of the code. Developed by Prof. Daniel Sanchez and team, Swarm is…

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Facebook’s drones – made in Britain

In a warehouse in Somerset, the latest phase in Facebook’s bid for world domination has been taking shape. Or, to put it less dramatically, the social network’s plan to connect millions in developing countries is proceeding. It is called Project Aquila and involves building solar-powered aircraft which will fly for months at a time above remote places, beaming down an internet connection. Two years ago Facebook bought small British business Ascenta, which specialises in solar-powered drones, and its owner Andy Cox is now the engineer running Project Aquila. At the…

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INTRODUCING VERSIONS, THE FIRST-EVER VR FESTIVAL FOCUSED ON CREATIVITY

Though virtual reality has existed in some form since the 1960s, and in the realm of science fiction for much longer, 2016 promises to be a breakthrough year for the technology, with high-profile product launches and major releases in games and film. With that in mind we are thrilled to announce our new conference Versions, organized in partnership with NEW INC, the incubator program at The New Museum.Versions aims to shift the conversation around VR from one focused on tools and gadgets to a dynamic interdisciplinary discussion that will examine…

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