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July 08 2016

We saw no other option but to use our bomb robot and place a device on its extension for it to detonate where the suspect was…other options would have exposed our officers to great danger,
Dallas Police Chief David O. Brown

July 05 2016

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We asked Don what he feels about the way people are using terms like “UX” and “user experience” these days.

June 20 2016

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“This algorithm uses a recurrent neural network to predict sound features from videos and then produces a waveform from these features with an example-based synthesis procedure. We show that the sounds predicted by our model are realistic enough to fool participants in a “real or fake” psychophysical experiment, and that they convey significant information about material properties and physical interactions.”

Visually Indicated Sounds by Andrew Owens, Phillip Isola, Josh McDermott, Antonio Torralba, Edward H. Adelson, William T. Freeman

June 18 2016

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Discover Netatmo Welcome, the home security camera with revolutionary face recognition technology.

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“Watch Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard successfully navigate the chaos of a child’s birthday party with the help of the Familyhub

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Netatmo Presence is a revolutionary outdoor security camera that detects and reports in real-time if someone loiters around your home, a car enters your driveway or your pet is in the yard.

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Canary is a complete home security system packed into a single device—a modern approach to security that lets you protect the people and places you care about most.

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August Smart Lock - Your smartphone is now a smart key—and more. Lock and unlock your door, create virtual keys for guests, and keep track of who comes and goes, all from your iOS or Android smartphone

June 16 2016

2001: A Picasso Odyssey - by Bhautik Joshi

‘2001’ rendered in the style of Picasso using Deep Neural Networks based style transfer.

The steering wheel becomes a skeuomorph. It becomes a surveillance device, registering pressure to tell whether you have both hands firmly on the wheel, or if you’ve fallen asleep or are in distress. It becomes an entertainment console. It transforms and retracts into the dash to signal when you’ve shifted between user-controlled and autonomous modes. Its familiar presence soothes you through the transition. Eventually, you forget it was ever there at all.
Tim Carmody - Cars are getting weird

June 12 2016

“POD (Personal On-demand) is an emotional sensory learning and data-mining organism designed to enhance your life. This state of the art biotech implant will guarantee you personalized recommendations that are 99.999% relevant all the time. POD grows with you to become an intuitive companion, fulfilling your deepest desires on demand”

http://bodymindchange.ca/

RAWTEKK : Here’s To Them / MEDIC58 MedSchool ©2016 / a division of Hospital-Records Ltd.

all visuals by the denial.of.service ©2016

Sound responsive version of rutt etra by Bridge

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“Our algorithm uses linear programming to compute a virtual camera path that is optimised to recast videos and bursts as if they were filmed using stabilization equipment, yielding a still background or creating cinematic pans to remove shakiness.”

Motion Stills – Create beautiful GIFs from Live Photos

It’s fun, I use Rob’s patches in tracks, he uses mine, so we’re 50/50 on a track even if the other one weren’t there, because there’s a bunch of his decisions getting made during the track. With this kind of algorithmic music, because the algorithms are made by people, it is people music! You get that thing of, “Eww, it’s not human!” But that’s so far off how I think of it. I think of it as being more human, because there’s all these decisions in there, and they’re human decisions. They’re what people chose to do.
— Sean Booth (Autechre) - elseq et al
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For her “Generative Portraits” series, Diana Lange explored the creative possibilities of 3D modeling software. Rendered with white on black backgrounds, human faces emerge from myriads of correlated points.

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Method Design was tapped by production company RSA to concept and create this year’s AICP sponsor reel. The AICP awards celebrate global creativity within commercial production. Method Design wanted to create an entertaining piece of design that encapsulates the innovative and prolific nature of this industry. Our aim was to showcase the AICP sponsors as various dancing avatars which playfully reference the visual effects used throughout production. Motion capture, procedural animation and dynamic simulations combine to create a milieu of iconic pop dance moves that become an explosion of colorful fur, feathers, particles and more.

June 10 2016

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“We present a framework to synthesize character movements based on high level parameters, such that the produced movements respect the manifold of human motion, trained on a large motion capture dataset.

The learned motion manifold, which is represented by the hidden units of a convolutional autoencoder, represents motion data in sparse components which can be combined to produce a wide range of complex movements.”

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The film Blade Runner (1982) reconstructed frame by frame using a type of artificial neural network called an autoencoder. This is a side by side comparison of the first 15 minutes with the original film.

See: A guy trained a machine to “watch” Blade Runner. Then things got seriously sci-fi.

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