Techmeme

Nine results:

Emerging Technology From the arXiv:
Google identifies house numbers in Street View using a neural network for image recognition   —  How Google Cracked House Number Identification in Street View  —  Google can identify and transcribe all the views it has of street numbers in France in less than an hour, thanks to a neural network that's just as good as human operators.
Jan 7, 2014, 10:20 AMIn context
Emerging Technology From the arXiv:
Liquid Metal Printer Lays Electronic Circuits on Paper, Plastic and Even Cotton   —  A simple way to print circuits on a wide range of flexible substrates using an inkjet printer has eluded materials scientists.  Until now.  —  One of the dreams of makers the world over is to be able …
Nov 20, 2013, 7:10 AMIn context
MIT Technology Review:
Million-Year Data Storage Disk Unveiled   —  Magnetic hard discs can store data for little more than a decade.  But nanotechnologists have now designed and built a disk that can store data for a million years or more  —  Back in 1956, IBM introduced the world's first commercial computer capable …
Oct 22, 2013, 6:15 AMIn context
MIT Technology Review:
How Google Converted Language Translation Into a Problem of Vector Space Mathematics   —  To translate one language into another, find the linear transformation that maps one to the other.  Simple, say a team of Google engineers  —  Computer science is changing the nature of the translation …
Sep 30, 2013, 1:55 AMIn context
The Physics arXiv Blog:
Security Flaw Shows Tor Anonymity Network Dominated by Botnet Command and Control Traffic   —  The Tor anonymity network is championed as a tool for freedom of speech and anonymity.  But the reality is depressingly different, say Internet researchers who have analysed the network's traffic using a security flaw.
Sep 11, 2013, 11:55 PMIn context
The Physics arXiv Blog:
Edit Wars Reveal The 10 Most Controversial Topics on Wikipedia   —  An analysis of the most highly contested articles on Wikipedia reveals the controversies that appear invariant across languages and cultures  —  Wikipedia, the encyclopaedia that anybody can edit, is one of the more extraordinary collective efforts of the crowd.
Jul 18, 2013, 6:50 AMIn context
The Physics arXiv Blog:
Government Lab Reveals It Has Operated Quantum Internet For Over Two Years   —  A quantum internet capable of sending perfectly secure messages has been running at Los Alamos National Labs for the last two and a half years, say researchers  —  One of the dreams for security experts is the creation …
May 6, 2013, 9:25 PMIn context
MIT Technology Review:
Computer Scientists Measure the Speed of Censorship On China's Twitter   —  Censorship on Weibo, China's version of Twitter, is near real-time and relies on a workforce of over 4000 censors who stop work during the evening news, according the first detailed analysis of censorship patterns
Mar 6, 2013, 9:00 PMIn context
MIT Technology Review:
An Autopsy of a Dead Social Network   —  Following the collapse of the social network Friendster, computer scientists have carried out a digital autopsy to find out what went wrong  —  Friendster is a social network that was founded in 2002, a year before Myspace and two years before Facebook.
Feb 28, 2013, 1:55 AMIn context

Sponsor Posts

Microsoft:
FansChoice.tv and Ooyala choose Microsoft to help them deliver content to anyone, on any device  —  On Monday at the 2014 NAB Show exhibition, Microsoft is showing the latest technology innovations for the broadcast media industry.
Atlassian:
5 Steps to launching a thriving Q&A Community  —  Imagine having a self-governing community of engaged employees answering each others' questions, solving problems, and sharing new ideas!
Zoho Blogs:
Intuit lobbies against small businesses  —  With tax day behind us, small businesses across the country can finally move on to enjoying the warmth of spring.  Unfortunately, the tax system has grown increasingly complex and burdensome for small businesses.
AdExchanger:
Why Publishers Should Help Brand Marketers Launch Programmatic Campaigns  —  “Data-Driven Thinking” is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media.