30 Dec

“Twitter still has a major problem with employee diversity”

“Twitter has hired a new head of diversity, news that should have prompted a chorus of cheers from those hoping the company would take the issue more seriously. Jeffrey Siminoff, former director of Worldwide Inclusion & Diversity at Apple, will take on the prominent role.”

Read: Twitter still has a major problem with employee diversity

23 Dec

“Thousands of prisoners in Washington got out early because of a software glitch”

“Washington Governor Jay Inslee has ordered corrections officials to halt some prison releases after announcing today around 3,200 prisoners were released early due to a programming error, according to a report from NBC affiliate King-5 News.”

Read: Thousands of prisoners in Washington got out early because of a software glitch

21 Dec

“Apple Discloses the Secret Behind the iPhone Camera: 24 Billion Operations for Each Photo”

“If you’ve always wanted to know how come the iPhone is capable of shooting high-quality photos even though on paper it doesn’t seem to have the best camera on the market, we’ve got some pretty good news for you.”

Read: Apple Discloses the Secret Behind the iPhone Camera: 24 Billion Operations for Each Photo

12 Dec

“Florida woman’s car calls police after she flees the scene of an accident”

“We may one day live in a world where hit-and-runs are impossible if all of our cars are programmed like this one. Last week, a woman in Port St. Lucie, Florida was rear-ended by a black Ford that took off after hitting her. Via WPBF:”

Read: Florida woman’s car calls police after she flees the scene of an accident

11 Dec

“Forevery Offers Powerful Image Recognition for Your iPhone Camera Roll”

“Clarifai, a NYC-based startup that’s developing state-of-the-art image recognition software, has launched a new free photo app on iOS. It’s called Forevery, and it’s a new AI-powered app that helps you organize, discover, and share photos on your phone.”

Read: Forevery Offers Powerful Image Recognition for Your iPhone Camera Roll

11 Dec

“Chief Justice Roberts asked why diversity matters in a physics class. Here’s an answer.”

“The big question at the heart of the affirmative action case before the Supreme Court, Fisher v. Texas, is whether the university needs to consider race in its admissions process in order to create an environment diverse enough to benefit all students.”

Read: Chief Justice Roberts asked why diversity matters in a physics class. Here’s an answer.

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