* Posts by 89724102372714531892324I9755670349743096734346773478647852349863592355648544996313855148583659264921

8 posts • joined 11 Jun 2018

Geoboffins baffled as Ceres is crawling with carbon organics

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Uranus seeded or unseeded?

Intel chip flaw: Math unit may spill crypto secrets from apps to malware

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Too much Gatorade?

Idiocracy takes hold.

New York State is trying to ban 'deepfakes' and Hollywood isn't happy

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Re: It's come on

The Hepburn Imp was a bit of both lookalike and CGI, as was the travesty of a treatment of Sean Young - shrunken weird looking CGI facial features shoehorned lost in a face too big in Bladerunner 2049. Deepfakes look far more human.

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It's come on

It really does beat 3d recreations like that awful scampering dead-eyed implike fake Hepburn in that Galaxy ad. Quite astonishing quality compared to a few months ago, imagine being able to recast any movie or TV feature on the fly; voice emulation technology is already there.

Intel confirms it’ll release GPUs in 2020

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Wordprocessing, browsing and the odd bit of excel has enough CPU for the majority of people.

GPU grunt for cheap would revive the PC market... in a very small way.

Korean cryptocoin exchange $30m lighter after hacking attack

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We need a bigger blockchain. At the exchanges.

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Cryptocurrency bubbles bursting could well bring down real economies, as could bigger hacks.

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