Daily Archive: Saturday, July 22, 2017

The dancing hot dog Snapchat filter is being used in the most inappropriate ways

The dancing hot dog Snapchat filter has taken the internet, and the world, by storm in recent weeks. And, people are already doing unspeakable, wildly inappropriate things with it. The dancing hot dog achieved meme status after a video of the sausage being whisked away by a shopping trolley went viral in early July. And,

The RealReals CEO says the companys goal is to IPO

Why the future of deep learning depends on finding good data

Ophir Tanz is the CEO of GumGum, an artificial intelligence company with particular expertise in computer vision. GumGum applies its capabilities to a variety of industries, from advertising to professional sports across the globe. Ophir holds a B.S. and a M.S. from Carnegie Mellon University and currently lives in Los Angeles. More posts by this

The wettest summer on record – 10 years on from the 2007 floods – BBC News

‘There was somebody coming up the road in a canoe’ Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The Army transports emergency drinking water supplies in Tewkesbury on 24 July 2007 With many in the street doing the same, it became “like a caravan site”, she said. The cost of the damage – which was covered by

House of horrors: inside the US wildlife repository photo essay

Photographer Matthew Staver and writer Oliver Milman visited the US National Wildlife Property Repository, where illegal wildlife products, from stuffed tigers to worked ivory, are stored and counted If the US had a national house of horrors, it would probably be the federal government compound that lies on the fringes of Denver, Colorado, incongruously set