China already uses score social style of Black Mirror

If you’re a fan of Black Mirror, surely you remember the first episode of the third season titled “Fall into a Tailspin or Nosedive”, where all citizens are rated on the basis of their social interaction, basically the same thing you do when you qualify a trip on Uber, but now characterizing the interaction of other people in society. And as much as this may seem a simple script series futuristic, in China is already a reality, in fact the system is working from some time ago, but now the…

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Child locks iPhone X from your mother for 47 years

One of the tools that called more the attention on iPhone X, was your unlock with facial recognition, which can detect the blood streams to which the technology can not be ignored, photographs, and thereby protect the personal data of the owners of the mobile device. However, the implementation of this technology has sparked great controversy, as it emerged in the cases in which identical twins could unlock the same device. Similarly, a 10-year old boy managed to unlock the iPhone X from your mother for a simple mistake, but…

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This smartphone of Huawei learned to drive a car

Huawei, a chinese company that has been renowned for the manufacturing of smartphones, introduced a new project called RoadReader that is compatible with the capabilities of Artificial Intelligence that are included in the series Matt 10. What does that mean? The company has used the technology of recognition of objects of the company, so that put to test the learning capacities, speed and performance of the teams. The smartphone Huawei Mate 10 Pro is characterized by including a Unit of Neural Processing for tasks of artificial intelligence, which allow you…

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North Korea Designed a Nuke. So Did This Truck Driver

John Coster-Mullen has reverse-engineered America’s first nuclear weapons and has self-published a book on his findings. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption toggle caption Meredith Rizzo/NPR John Coster-Mullen has reverse-engineered America’s first nuclear weapons and has self-published a book on his findings. Meredith Rizzo/NPR This year, deep inside a mountain, North Korea detonated a giant nuclear bomb. The weapon was powerful; at least 10 times more destructive than the bomb the U.S. dropped on Hiroshima at the end of World War II. The North claimed it was an advanced, thermonuclear design. The…

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