Family members and friends have begun identifying many of the 16 American service members who died on Monday when their plane crashed in rural Mississippi.
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By Ben Fidler - Monday Aug 21, 2017
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- Intel CEO Brian Krzanich will discuss the future of artificial intelligence and more at Disrupt SF
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From smart assistants like Alexa and Siri to the latest bleeding edge advancements in robotics, there’s no buzzier buzzwords in the tech world than artificial intelligence. The topic of AI has been a primary focus for Intel’s Brian Krzanich, as he works to expand the chipmaker’s scope from PCs to the next generation of technology breakthroughs. Intel’s Chief Executive… Read More
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By Jeremy Fuster, provided by
- Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
In addition to digital and IMAX releases, “Dunkirk” will be given a wide release in traditional 35mm and 70mm film formats, making it the widest 70mm format release in 25 years.Film buffs often champion 70mm for its crisper image and wider presentation, allowing cinematographers to film expansive vistas that give movies a larger-than-life feel.Today, film has been widely replaced in commercial cinemas by cheaper, easier-to-use digital projectors, with only a few directors and films gaining enough clout to convince theaters to pay the extra money to refurbish 70mm projectors and train operators to use them.
- Harvey Techies Pass Baton, And APIs, To Florida Peers as Irma Nears
By Angela Shah - Friday Sep 8, 2017
Houston—As Tropical Storm Harvey made landfall in Houston, Florida resident Leah Halbina messaged friends in the city asking how she could help. That was how she found out about Sketch City and the various civic tech projects the group and others were developing to aid rescue efforts, help people find shelter, and tend to other […]