Tinder tests feed showing what match posts to social media

Daily Mail

Tinder now lets you see exactly what your matches are posting to social media. The dating app says its new'feed'is'an exciting new way to see more of what someone is all about by giving you a true glimpse into their world.' It shows all of their posts on Instagram, recent photos uploaded to Tinder and even what they are listening to on Spotify. The new'Feed' tab shows all of their posts on Instagram, recent photos uploaded to Tinder and even what they are listening to on Spotify. To access it, users tap on'Feed' from their Match List.

DIY-IT: Top 10 how-to articles of 2017


We did a deep dive into network attached storage, continued our ever-popular 3D Printing Discovery Series, and even premiered our first article in the Drone and Robotics Discovery Series. On top of all that, my wife, puppy, and I evacuated Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma and moved to the Pacific Northwest. While the DIY-IT project articles are always a favorite, when you folks need help, you turn to our how-to articles. In this quick column, I'll take you through ten of the most popular DIY-IT how-to articles from 2017. This article was originally published in 2015, was the most popular DIY-IT how-to article of 2016, and the updated 2017 issue once again tops the charts.

What Is Amelia-Phocomelia? Toddler Born Without Arms Or Legs Walks For First Time

International Business Times

A Texas family shared a video to Instagram Nov. 19 of their pre-school aged son as he learned to walk for the first time without arms or legs. The child suffers from Amelia-Phocomelia Syndrome, which prohibited his ability to walk due to an absence of limbs. Camden, 4, was diagnosed at birth with Amelia-Phocomelia Syndrome, an extremely rare condition that can cause one or more limbs to be missing. The defect affects 0.053 to 0.095 in 10,000 births, including Camden. The toddler, however, hasn't let the condition halt his willingness to engage in regular recreation, including walking.

Cyber Monday: Why I just bought four more Amazon Echos


Video: Who needs a screen? This morning, I one-click ordered four more. If you're curious why, read on. My wife and I thoroughly integrated Alexa devices into our home environment. Back before we moved, we had something like 28 Hue bulbs, a few Wemo switches, some smart plugs, and even our entertainment center under the control of our tin cans.

Skype launches Photo Effects – sticker suggestions powered by machine learning


Not content with merely launching its own take on Instagram and Snapchat's Stories, Skype today is adding another copycat-like feature to its app: photo stickers. The company says it's introducing new "Photo Effects" (as it's calling these stickers), which include things like face masks, decorative borders, witty captions, and more. However, unlike the photo stickers you'll find in other social apps today, Skype will actually suggest the stickers to use based on the photo's content, day of the week, and other options. The new feature is based on technology Microsoft introduced earlier this year in a silly camera app called Sprinkles. The Sprinkles app leverages Microsoft's machine learning and A.I. capabilities to do things like detect faces in photos, determine the subject's age and emotion, figure out your celebrity look-a-like, and suggest captions.

Watch Live: Justin Trudeau To Discuss Artificial Intelligence in Canada


The New York Times will be live streaming select panels from Google's Go North Canada conference on artificial intelligence. Tune in on November 2nd, 2017 at 10 a.m. to watch Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discuss Canada's role in the world of A.I. At 3:55 p.m. Times reporter Cade Metz will interview Geoffrey Hinton, professor emeritus of computer science at the University of Toronto who is a pioneer of A.I. Subscribe on YouTube: Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and political divisions at home, or covering the latest style trends and scientific developments, New York Times video journalists provide a revealing and unforgettable view of the world. It's all the news that's fit to watch.

The Future of Online Dating Is Unsexy and Brutally Effective


When I give the dating app LoveFlutter my Twitter handle, it rewards me with a 28-axis breakdown of my personality: I'm an analytic Type A who's unsettlingly sex-focused and neurotic (99th percentile). On the sidebar where my "Personality Snapshot" is broken down in further detail, a section called "Chat-Up Advice" advises, "Do your best to avoid being negative. Get to the point quickly and don't waste their time. They may get impatient if you're moving too slowly." Loveflutter, a Twitter-themed dating app from the UK, doesn't ask me to fill out a personality survey or lengthy About Me (it caps my self-description at a cute 140 characters).

The best devices and apps to up your selfie game


The first time a stranger on the train told me I had a nice smile, I didn't believe her. Back then, I hadn't yet had my crooked teeth fixed, and my self-esteem wasn't anywhere as high as it is today. I was an ugly kid, and it took a shocking number of selfies to convince myself that I'm not an ugly adult. It may seem like a superficial pastime, but selfie-taking has real benefits. I'm not alone in believing there are psychological advantages here.

Elon Musk shares video of massive Model 3 stamping machine

Daily Mail

In a new video posted to Instagram, the electric car-maker has revealed the firm's massive stamping machine, which works in tandem with two robotic arms to swap out the body panels. The new video posted to Instagram reveals the firm's massive stamping machine operating in real time, which works in tandem with two robotic arms to swap out the body panels. The stunning footage released on Instagram shows one of the vehicles on the'body line' as four huge red mechanisms carry out different tasks The new video comes just a week after the Tesla boss admitted the team was in'production hell,' as the company produced just 260 of the targeted 1,500 for the quarter. Last week, Elon Musk revealed the firm is delaying plans to unveil its electric truck to boost battery production for Puerto Rico and focus on the Model 3.

Computer Vision, Video Trends & more


It's all about technology, it's all about women and it will be supported by movingimage: The Ada Lovelace Festival in Berlin. Christin has combined her interest in artificial intelligence and her position at movingimage and discusses this all in an interview for the Ada Lovelace Festival, expanding on the way we communicate today and in the future as well as how today's technologies will have to adapt. Instead computer vision will automate processes and trigger certain workflows. Keywords can automatically be generated using face recognition or object detection and the video can be processed based on that, allowing us to produce even more data.