Censorship Neutralizer; Flying Foremen; and more [Weekly Computing Newsletter]

August 27, 2015

Weekly Computing Newsletter

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New Anti-Censorship Tool Marionette Could Make it Easier to Slip Past China’s Great Firewall

New software makes Web traffic that’s banned in places like China or Iran appear as ordinary Internet use.

 

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Drone Oversight Is Coming to Construction Sites

Drones are being used to capture video footage that shows construction progress at the Sacramento Kings’ new stadium in California.

 

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What Happens When You Mix Virtual Reality with the Real World?

A Portland startup called Wild is combining virtual reality with elements of the physical world.

 

 

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Microsoft Uses Reprogrammable Chips to Put Computing Power Behind Artificial Neural Networks

A new approach to powering AI software could produce artificial neural networks of “unprecedented size,” says Microsoft.

 

 

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Shred Video’s Automatic Editing Finds the Highlights in Personal Sport Videos

Automated video and sound editing software can make any bumbling idiot into an extreme-sports movie star.

 

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Self-Driving Golf Cart Heads to University Campus, Retirement Communities, and Resorts

The startup Auro says its self-driving golf cart will lead to autonomous shuttles for theme parks, vacation resorts, and retirement communities.

 

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The Morph Aims to Be a Giant Leap Forward for Touch Pads

Startup makes a touch- and force-sensitive surface that can transform itself into a piano or a painting canvas.

 

 

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Recommended from Around the Web (Week ending August 22, 2015)

A roundup of the most interesting stories from other sites, collected by the staff at MIT Technology Review.

 

 

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Seven Must-Read Stories (Week ending August 22, 2015)

Another chance to catch the most interesting and important articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review.

 

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