Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute's Production Systems and Design Technology lab have created software designed to take scans of shredded documents and piece them back together. The scans are "analysed by a cluster of 16 computers for 25 features, including color, shape, texture, handwriting and typeface" and then pieced back together. Which is almost as effective as my method: guessing. And tape. Lots and lots of tape.
Despite their better judgment and several threatening letters from yours truly, researchers in Leipzig, Germany are writing software that allows robots to teach themselves how to move. This is great news.
The software mimics the interconnected sensing and processing of a br... / Continue →
Because fact-checking is for people who don't have GOOD GUT INSTINCTS, a Danish news station recently displayed a rendering of Damascus from Assassin's Creed instead of the current Damascus skyline like they intended. I've since been fired from my position as head picture find... / Continue →
This is a couple seconds of that giant squid video that's supposed to come out later this month. This clip was aired on some morning news program, where Miami correspondent Doug Herpaderp had this to say: "Of course, after yesterday's news of the baby giant squid and this one,... / Continue →