How Neuromorphic Image Sensors Steal Tricks From the Human Eye

How Neuromorphic Image Sensors Steal Tricks From the Human Eye
You can expect eyelike vision sensors to evolve from the pioneering designs available today into forms that eventually play a big role in medical technology, robotics, and more. Indeed, it wouldn't surprise us if they proved just as seminal as …
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GCHQ admits for the first time to 'persistent' hacking in the UK and abroad
According to a report from The Guardian, Jaffey stated that this definition is interpreted as broadly as possible, letting, for example, the agency target "all mobile phones" in a given city. Evidence submitted to the court noted that extra … Ross …
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Metal makes for a promising alternative to fossil fuels
Clean fuels come in many forms, but burning iron or aluminum seems to be stretching the definition – unless you ask a team of scientists led by McGill University, who see a low-carbon future that runs on metal. The team is studying the combustion …
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