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Using electric signals from human brains, new software can perform computerized image editing

Soon, computers could sense that users have a problem and come to the rescue. This is one of the possible implications of new research at University of Copenhagen and University of Helsinki.

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RIP Internet Explorer: South Korean engineer's browser 'grave' goes viral

A South Korean engineer who built a grave for Internet Explorer—photos of which quickly went viral—told AFP Friday that the now-defunct web browser had made his life a misery.

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New AI solutions help scientists track objects in images; will aid discoveries in life sciences

Object tracking⁠—following objects over time⁠—is an essential image analysis technique used to quantify dynamic processes in biosciences. A new application called TrackMate v7 enables scientists to track objects in ...

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Uncrewed ocean gliders and saildrones are revolutionizing hurricane forecasting

With forecasters at NOAA's Climate Prediction Center (a division of the National Weather Service) predicting above-average hurricane activity this year, a paper published in the peer review magazine Oceanography shows that ...

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FIFA takes on EA Sports video game in soccer's new rivalry

The name "FIFA" can bring to mind images of the World Cup and soccer's greatest players, like Pele, Zinedine Zidane or Lionel Messi. The acronym for the sport's governing body may also remind some of shameless bribery and ...

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EA Sports and FIFA end partnership, both eye new video games

Electronic Arts will stop making its hugely successful FIFA video game in its current name, marking a split in one of soccer's most successful and lucrative partnerships after the sides failed to strike a new licensing deal.