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TensorFlow: Google’s Machine Learning System has Gone Open Source

Google’s artificial intelligence engine is now open source. Known as TensorFlow, the system has been made freely available to “accelerate” developments in the field of machine learning. Machine learning has been used by Google to help develop the Google Photos app, which can automatically detect people and places, and Google Translate. Most recently the company […]
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Woodland Secrets: Auriea Harvey

Artist and 1/2 of Tale of Tales Auriea Harvey joins merritt to talk inbetweenness, retaining optimism, and the evolution of (not)games. You can find Auriea on Twitter at @auriea, at auriea.com, and on Patreon. Works Cited: Cibele, The Path, Ico, Silent Hill 4, Puppet Motel, Myst, Tomb Raider, My Boyfriend Came Back From The War, […]
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Videogames in the Museum Workshop

“The event is the fourth and final workshop of a series held for a research project called Videogames in the Museum, which is being conducted by Abertay University and the V&A, and is supported by the AHRC. The project is investigating how the internationally renowned V&A Museum can represent and collect videogames, and is asking […]
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A Game of You – Disruption Network Lab

“A GAME OF YOU: Into the Social Media Vortex” is the third event of the Disruption Network Lab…#GamerGate, Technovikings & Smart Media as a Psychedelic Webcomic – survival in the wild torrents of our digital lives with: Gabriel S Moses (sequential artist and graphic novelist, IL/DE), Zoe Quinn (video game developer and artist, Crash Override […]
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Apple Vs Samsung: Industrial Design

“Like painting the back of the fence or finishing the underside of the cabinet, it’s a detail that only people who take tremendous pride in craft really care about. And, of course, people who look for just exactly that kind of quality.” Source: The difference between Apple and Samsung industrial design | iMore