What We Know About PS5 So Far: New Controller, Release Date, Price, And More

We’re only a few months into 2020, and we’re already getting a bunch of new details around Sony’s next-generation console, the PlayStation 5, and we’ve even seen its DualSense controller. Despite the recent coronavirus pandemic situation, the system is fast approaching its planned launch sometime during this year’s holiday season, and Sony hasn’t said it will be delayed. Although there’s […]

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Researchers open-source state-of-the-art object tracking AI

A team of Microsoft and Huazhong University researchers this week open-sourced an AI object detector — Fair Multi-Object Tracking (FairMOT) — they claim outperforms state-of-the-art models on public data sets at 30 frames per second. If productized, it could benefit industries ranging from elder care to security, and perhaps be used to track the spread of illnesses like COVID-19. As […]

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Oculus Quest Devs Can Now Let The System Menu Show In-App

Quest’s new menu UI supports being displayed while inside a VR app. Developers can now release updates to enable this, on a per-game basis. Last month, Facebook revealed a UI overhaul for the Oculus Quest standalone headset. As well as a new look and multi-window support for 2D system apps, the system menu can now display inside VR apps when […]

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What We Know About The PS5 So Far: DualSense Controller, Release Date, Price, And More

We’re only a few months into 2020, and we’re already getting a bunch of new details around Sony’s next-generation console, the PlayStation 5. Despite the recent coronavirus pandemic situation, the system is fast approaching its launch sometime during this year’s holiday season, and although there’s still plenty we don’t know about it, the latest facts are slowly clearing the fog […]

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Microsoft claims its AI framework spots fake news better than state-of-the-art baselines

In a study published this week on the preprint server Arxiv.org, Microsoft and Arizona State University researchers propose an AI framework — Multiple-sources of Weak Social Supervision (MWSS) — that leverages engagement and social media signals to detect fake news. They say that after training and testing the model on a real-world data set, it outperforms a number of state-of-the-art […]

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CyberMDX raises $20 million to protect connected medical devices with AI

CyberMDX, a provider of cybersecurity solutions tailored to health care systems, today revealed that it raised $20 million in funding. CEO Amir Magner said it’ll enable the company to bolster its platform and R&D to assist hospital IT, information security, and biomedical teams in securing and managing medical devices. “We passionately believe in the significance of our work, addressing the […]

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Lawsuit Against Nintendo Switch Seeks To Halt Sales Of The Console

Gamevice, the company behind a variety of controller solutions for iPhones, iPads, and other mobile devices, is attempting to sue Nintendo over the Nintendo Switch for a second time. According to GoNintendo, Gamevice cites similarities between the Nintendo Switch and its own mobile controllers, many of which are also designed around the idea of split controller that connect to your […]

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