AI gives Thanos a soul in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

The first day on set, directors Joe and Anthony Russo wasted no time getting Brolin in a motion capture helmet and suit to test out some of his lines. But they also went a step further. “Instead… Original post: AI gives Thanos a soul in ‘Avengers: Infinity...

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The Academy teams up with Linux Foundation for open source tech

One example of the difficulties facing the film industry is ILM’s OpenEXR file format, which is widely supported, but it’s been tough for other companies to contribute to it. And it doesn’t help… View original post here: The Academy teams up with Linux Foundation for open source...

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Samsung Galaxy Watch hands-on: Steady progress but few thrills

Unfortunately, some of the Watch’s most notable features don’t seem to work on the units we’ve strapped on. Covering a big event like this is often an exercise in stress management, so it would’ve… The rest is here: Samsung Galaxy Watch hands-on: Steady progress but few...

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CCleaner promises to give users more control over data after backlash

In a forum post, Paul Piriform emphasizes the anonymized nature of the data. He blames the uproar primarily on Active Monitoring’s “scary name,” which is a data collection feature that’s been a… View original post here: CCleaner promises to give users more control over data after...

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Neato robot vacuum can map multiple floors of your home

The update promises to make larger cleaning jobs easier, for that matter. It includes a “Quick Boost” charging feature that has the robot calculate the electricity it needs to complete a given… See the rest here: Neato robot vacuum can map multiple floors of your...

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