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The ultimate 27 inch IPS monitor developed by 4053 gamers, coders and designers in eve.community

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Booooooom

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A selection of images from New York City-based fashion and portrait photographer Valerie Chiang. Inspired by both vernacular snapshots and the canonical artists of the golden age of editorial photography, Chiang's work straddles the line between vintage emotionality and an elegant, modern aesthetic.

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Flowing Data

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Over a year ago, Google released Dataset Search in public beta. The goal was to index datasets across the internets to make them easier to find. It came out of beta: Based on what we’ve learn…

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Wired

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The facial recognition startup claims it collected billions of photos from sites like Facebook and Twitter. What does the practice mean for the open web?

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The Next Web

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Google and its partners at the Janelia Research Campus today released the largest, most detailed set of brain scans ever published. The project encompasses nearly one-third of the brain of a fruit fly and includes detailed mappings for more than 25 thousand neurons featuring more than 20 million synapses. The best part: it’s all been …

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This is Colossal

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Paper artist and illustrator Hollie Chastain clips, layers, and stitches found photographs and scraps of paper ephemera to create her mixed-media collages. The Chattanooga, Tennessee-based artist repurposes old narratives and images⁠—in one piece, tuba players pop out of a library card pocket, and i

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fastcompany

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Paris Musées has digitized hundreds of thousands of paintings, photographs, and manuscripts for the public to enjoy—and use for commercial or noncommercial purposes.

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Design Boom

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over the past seven years, jonathan lipkin has captured the emotional resonance of the ocean, exploring our perception of the sea and its fleeting nature.

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The Next Web

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The Indian government has played down fears of mass surveillance in response to concerns that its proposed facial recognition system lacks adequate oversight.

Replying to a legal notice filed by the Internet Freedom Foundation (IFF), a Delhi-based non-profit that works on digital liberties, the country’s National Crime Record Bureau (NCRB) defended the move, stating it doesn’t interfere with privacy of citizens as it “only automates the existing police procedure of comparing suspects’ photos with those listed in LEA’s [Law Enforcement Agency] databases.”

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The Guardian

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Surrealism, erotica, photojournalism and acid: in this beautifully curated show, Dora Maar’s creativity far outweighs her relationship with Picasso

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Web Urbanist

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Ever wonder what it would be like to work on a container ship, traveling across the Earth’s oceans and seeing its cities from a new perspective? Canadian photographer and sailor Jeffrey Tsang…

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Design Boom

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architecture firm LAN has completed a monolithic minimum security prison in nanterre, france, clad in self-weathering steel sheets.

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This is Colossal

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Photographer Mikko Lagerstedt (previously) has once again captured the quiet beauty of his native Finland with a recent series centered around trees. Ethereal skies, virgin snow, and seemingly isolated pockets of nature serve as backdrops to twisted trunks and outstretched branches. Taken from Lapland to Southern Finland, the images speak to qualities of beauty and of resilience.

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Hongkiat

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Raspberry Pi is an affordable single-board computer, the size of a credit card, that many hobbyists use in their DIY projects. Despite its size, the Raspberry Pi packs a punch in computing power, providing affordability and portability on the side.

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The Next Web

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Machine learning and artificial intelligence are complex subjects and while you might see them being mentioned every day, you might not necessarily understand how they work.

Two years ago, Google launched a site called Teachable Machine, which let you train a simple model using their camera without any code. Now, it’s launching an updated version so you can train more advanced models.

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