Huawei has really upped its game in recent years, especially with the launch of its Huawei Mate 10 Series late last year. Its sleek build aside, its specifications are pretty outstanding. Image Credit: Huawei In fact, it boasts Kirin 970 – which Huawei designed and built itself – the world’s first AI processor for smartphones with a dedicated Neural-Network Processing Unit (NPU). This chipset pretty much fuels the smartphone’s machine-learning features and includes a special module dedicated to AI calculations. AI is becoming increasingly important in today’s smartphone experience, and coupled with machine learning, they are the reasons why our phones are getting better and more powerful every year. But what does it exactly allow your phone to do? AI-Infused Smartphone Ph
The team behind WyzeCam is full of surprises. First they introduced a $20 plug and play security camera in October of last year, and now they’re already back with the sequel. The simply titled WyzeCam v2 is here, less than half a year later, bringing with it some pretty welcome updates. The first version of the camera actually scored some pretty decent reviews for all it was able to… Read More
Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) made the argument that if Trump won’t fight election meddling and impose sanctions on Russia, he is not carrying out his duties as president and could be working for the Russians. Video: House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Eric Swalwell asks if Trump is siding with the Russians against America's best interests. […] The post A House Intelligence Committee Member Just Made An Arguement That Leads To Trump Treason appeared first on Politicus USA.
On Tuesday, the heads of the various intelligence agencies made their annual appearance before the Senate to discuss threats to the nation. The dominant headlines that resulted from this appearance came after FBI Director Christopher Wray didn’t just chip away at the White House story concerning Rob Porter. He flattened it. What should have been an embarrassing but relatively minor incident has turned into an ongoing showcase of misogyny and failed excuses simply because this White House seems incapable of telling the truth on any point, at any time. But the attention given the Porter story threatens to swap the primary topic of the nation’s intelligence briefing—confirmation that Russia not only interfered heavily in the 2016 election, but that they’ve never stopped interfering in our n
Homesnap has come a long way from its days as a consumer-facing app for displaying information about local homes by taking a photo. While its current app still works this way for prospective buyers, these days its core focus is for U.S. real estate agents, and close to 75 percent of them are said to be using it. Read More
In their annual appearance before the Senate, the heads of the nation’s intelligence agencies made it clear that Russia interfered in the 2016 election, is continuing to interfere in American politics now, and intends to interfere more forcefully in the 2018 midterms. “There should be no doubt that Russia perceives its past efforts as successful and views the 2018 U.S. midterm elections as a potential target for Russian influence operations,” said Dan Coats, the director of national intelligence. But of course, there is one person who doesn’t believe any of this—because he heard it from the best possible source. President Trump said on Saturday that he believed President Vladimir V. Putin was sincere in his denials of interference in the 2016 presidential elections, calling questions
Russia is likely to pursue more cyber attacks on elections in the United States, U.S. intelligence community leaders said on Tuesday, with just months to go before U.S. congressional and local elections in November. The post More Russian cyber attacks on elections ‘likely’: U.S. intelligence chief appeared first on Politicus USA.
As the midterm elections approach, Russia is likely to throw more propaganda at Americans in an effort to deepen political divisions, American intelligence chiefs said.
CARFIT and CEA have signed an agreement to create a joint laboratory focused on Artificial Intelligence related to car vibrations and their interpretation. The lab will bring together teams from the List, a CEA Tech Institute, and from CARFIT to share knowledge and expertise. The joint lab will be dedicated to the development of artificial intelligence methods for identifying signs of mechanical failures exposed by car vibrations. CARFIT develops technological solutions to simplify mobility, by proposing real-time car monitoring to offer a smart maintenance system, adapted to the driver’s car use. The CARFIT team is comprised of automobile specialists, scientists, and artificial intelligence experts. CARFIT wants to further develop its predictive maintenance expertise by exploiting automo