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Hisense Announces the Availability of the U6H Series Quantum ULED 4K UHD Smart Google TV

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Hisense, provider of high-performance televisions and appliances, announces the availability of its first ULED Google TV, the U6H. Serving as the brand's introduction to the premium TV category, the U6H offers premium features like Quantum Dot Color, Dolby Vision IQ, and Game Mode Plus, at an affordable price. The U6H will be available in four TV sizes ranging from 50 to 75-inches. AI and ML News: Why SMBs Shouldn't Be Afraid of Artificial Intelligence (AI) "We've worked hard over the past few years to put premium TV options within people's reach, and we're continuing that in 2022 with our new lineup, specifically with our U6H" "We've worked hard over the past few years to put premium TV options within people's reach, and we're continuing that in 2022 with our new lineup, specifically with our U6H," said David Gold, President of Hisense USA. "With an even more robust audio and visual experience at a lower price point than our competitors, the 2022 U6 series is a Hisense television that's great for everyone."


Twitch ad update offers some streamers big money, others pocket change

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On Twitch, ads run before and during streams, similar to ads on some YouTube videos. Streamers have a degree of control over this: when they choose to run an ad manually, for example, the platform disables pre-roll ads for a set period of time. The newly updated ad incentives program is an attempt at bolstering this system. Using Twitch's built-in ads manager, partnered streamers can view and claim personalized ad offers in exchange for a month's worth of hours streamed. One example offer on Twitch's site shows an incentive of $500 in exchange for 4 minutes of ads per hour, given at least 40 hours of streaming during the month.


What is generative artificial intelligence (AI)?

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We are excited to bring Transform 2022 back in-person July 19 and virtually July 20 - 28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful talks and exciting networking opportunities. Many artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms are used to classify, organize or reason about data. Generative algorithms create data using models of the world to synthesize images, sounds and videos that often look increasingly realistic. The algorithms begin with models of what a world must be like and then they create a simulated world that fits the model. Generative AIs are frequently found in various content creation roles.


Science Fiction or Science Fact: Is the Metaverse the Future of Reality?

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Thanks to science fiction movies and literature, many people are already familiar with the idea of virtual worlds One only needs to think of various popular films and books to imagine how people might navigate a different reality via an avatar. Increasingly, however, companies want to turn fiction into reality, with Facebook (now known as Meta) just one example of a brand leading the charge, evolving from a pure social media platform into a tech company pushing for an entirely virtual universe known as the metaverse. But what exactly is the metaverse? What opportunities does it offer for everyday life?


The future of AI is a software story, says Graphcore's CEO

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"We're probably still at the stage of Pac Man, we haven't yet gotten to three-dimensional games," as far as AI's evolution, says Graphcore CEO Nigel Toon. "The misconception here is that this is as much, if not more, a software problem to solve than it is a hardware problem," said Nigel Toon, chief executive officer of AI computer startup Graphcore. Graphcore is known for making a computer system that has hundreds of thousands of processor cores inside every "intelligence processing unit," or IPU, chip, to crunch artificial intelligence problems. Its latest machines have an IPU chip, "Bow," that consists of two semiconductor die stacked one on top of the other. And yet, Toon, who was in town last week from Graphcore's headquarters in Bristol, England, told ZDNet that software is at the heart of the very large challenge of increasingly large AI problems, whereas the hardware, though by no means trivial, is, in a sense, secondary.


The future of AI is a software story, says Graphcore's CEO

ZDNet

"We're probably still at the stage of Pac Man, we haven't yet gotten to three-dimensional games," as far as AI's evolution, says Graphcore CEO Nigel Toon. "The misconception here is that this is as much, if not more, a software problem to solve than it is a hardware problem," said Nigel Toon, chief executive officer of AI computer startup Graphcore. Graphcore is known for making a computer system that has hundreds of thousands of processor cores inside every "intelligence processing unit," or IPU, chip, to crunch artificial intelligence problems. Its latest machines have an IPU chip, "Bow," that consists of two semiconductor die stacked one on top of the other. And yet, Toon, who was in town last week from Graphcore's headquarters in Bristol, England, told ZDNet that software is at the heart of the very large challenge of increasingly large AI problems, whereas the hardware, though by no means trivial, is, in a sense, secondary.


10 technologies coming together to help you build what's next

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The following is an excerpt from my remarks at our annual developer conference, Microsoft Build, this morning. Every day, the world's 31 million developers build products and services that reach every corner of the world and touch everyone. And we all now have a more profound understanding of how impactful all of the technologies they build are to navigating the challenges of people and planet. What developers dream and what they build is changing how we live and how we work. So, we all have to answer two questions: What can we build? And perhaps more importantly, what does the world need us to build? It reminds me of our own story as a company.


Greatest offers at this time: Razer's Ebook 13 Laptop computer, gaming screens, Amazon's Echo Dot, and extra - Channel969

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We begin at this time's offers choice with a number of choices for these on the lookout for a brand new laptop computer. First up, we've got the Razer Ebook 13 Laptop computer that's presently receiving a really compelling $310 low cost that interprets to 17 % financial savings. In different phrases, you will get your fingers on a brand new Razer Ebook 13 Laptop computer for simply $1,490. The Razer Ebook 13 Laptop computer comes filled with a really potent Intel Core i7 processor, Intel Iris Xe graphics, a 13.4-inch UHD show able to delivering 60Hz refresh charges, 16GB RAM, and 1TB space for storing. It is available in a fantastic Mercury White presentation, which a white RGB backlit keyboard and assist for Thunderbolt 4 ports.


The Beginner's Guide to Artificial Intelligence in Unity 2022 - Couponos

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The course begins with a detailed examination of vector mathematics that sits at the very heart of programming the movement of NPCs. Following this, systems of waypoints will be used to move characters around in an environment before examining the Unity waypoint system for car racing with AI controlled cars. This leads into an investigation of graph theory and the A* algorithm before we apply these principles to developing navmeshes and developing NPCs who can find their way around a game environment. Before an aquarium is programmed complete with autonomous schooling fish, crowds of people will be examined from the recreation of sidewalk traffic, to groups of people fleeing from danger. Having examined the differing ways to move NPCs around in a game environment, their thinking abilities will be discussed with full explanations and more hands-on workshops using finite state machines and behaviour trees.


ML Tools to Accelerate your work with Cassie Breviu

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Want to ensure your app developers can create secure and smooth login experiences for your customers? With Curity you can protect user identities, secure apps and websites, and manage API access. Welcome to the InfoQ podcast. My name is Roland Meertens and today, I am interviewing Cassie Breviu. She is a senior program manager at Microsoft and hosted the innovations in machine learning systems track at QCon London. I am actually speaking to her in person at the venue of QCon London Conference. In this interview, I will talk with her on how she got started with AI and what machine learning tools can accelerate your work when deploying models on a wide range of devices. We will also talk about GitHub Copilot and how AI can help you be a better programmer. If you want to see her talk on how to operationalize transformer models on the edge, at the moment of recording this, you can still register for the QCon Plus Conference or see if the recording is already uploaded on infoq.com. Welcome, Cassie to QCon London. I'm very glad to see you here. I hope you're happy to be at this conference. I heard that you actually got into AI by being at the conference. I am thoroughly enjoying this conference. It's really put together really well and I really enjoy it. So what happened was I was at a developer conference. I was a full stack C# engineer and I'd always been really interested in AI and machine learning, but it always seemed scary and out of reach. I had even tried to read some books on it and I thought, "Well, this might be just too much for me or too complicated or I just can't do this." So I went to this talk by Jennifer Marsman and she did this amazing talk on, Would You Survive the Titanic Sinking? She used this product that's called Azure Machine Learning Designer.