As Twitter, Facebook, and other social media platforms continue to seemingly crackdown on the individuals who are using their platforms to promote terror propaganda, it's been pushing those individuals to embrace a new platform in order to communicate. One of the platforms they are said to be increasingly using is the Telegram messaging service.
And the UK minister, Amber Rudd, warned this week that companies need to do more to stop terrorists from using these sorts of platforms. They are urging technology companies to cooperate with law enforcement and they are encouraged to stop offering a secret place for terrorists to communicate.
They don't want any sort of space online available for individuals to
Cameras can be used to track movements we can see in a certain frame, and even down to some smaller sized objects (as long as they stay in the frame). But when things get moving too much, tracking can become very difficult, especially at the microscopic level.
A team of scientists has come up with a new technique that lets microscopes automatically track moving objects, such as tracking growing roots in tiny plants.
How do they do it? By using lasers and glowing proteins to put images together and create 3-D videos to see how the cells and root tips grow and split.
To keep the plants healthy, they had to create th
Any solar cell that exceeds 20 percent is great for commercial applications, but the Japanese company Kaneka has just presented a new solar cell capable of achieving an efficiency of 26.6%, setting a new record.
One of the most delicate and complicated aspects in adopting solar energy for consumption is cost, especially when it comes to the installation process. Users need to know precisely how long it will take them to recover the total investment, and a good starting point in reducing that factor is to get panels with the best efficiency. Experts suggest that the number of efficiency on silicon cells is already crossed, but these prototypes require much more exotic designs and materials, which again breaks the cost-benefit ratio.
This new solar cell is 180.4 square centimeters and
The WikiLeaks Research Community has started its first ever Research Challenge. The goal is to drive and direct crowdsourced investigations into WikiLeaks releases, including Vault 7. I decided to throw down the gauntlet myself and address various challenge topics beginning with the first,
The Funniest Codewords in Vault 7!
Several users in the Vault 7 releases, such as User #1179925, can be found proposing tool names for future releases. Some, definitely not all, of these went on to be officially used in IOC projects.
Hi Steemians, today I found a new interesting article about the blockchain technology in german of the newspaper
Süddeutsche Zeitung. It´s about how companies could save billions with the Blockchain technology with smart contracts, because many transaction costs can be reduced to almost zero with it. (Smart contracts are contracts concluded via the Internet, which dissolves in fulfilling the contract terms themselves.)
Here is an little excerpt, I have translated for you in english:
The next upheaval of the financial industry is expected in a few years. The consulting firm Roland Berger believes that the Blockchain technology, invented end of the last decade, will experience their breakthrough in three to five years. The result for the financial sector could be billion savings as well as a potentially existential challenge for some companies, according to a new study by the Munich-based consultant. Other consulting companies are expecting similar scenarios. As always Europe lags behind the global c
One of the most important WikiLeaks challenge tasks is to identify each and every device affected by Vault 7 leaks. A daunting task indeed! It certainly doesn't help that in an apparent act of censorship Wikipedia removes this information as fast as I can post it.
This is exactly why we have the WikiLeaks and the WikiLeaks Research Community (https://our.wikileaks.org)! Here is some of my research so far which should lay a foundation for others on a critical topic in the first WikiLeaks Research Community challenge,
Products vulnerable to CIA hacking.
The CIA targeted numerous Android smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy and Galaxy Note.(1) At least 23 d
A research from Cornell College and Adobe Research applies style transfer way to deal with photographic material to keep high definition quality.
Check out some outputs of the algorithm, in this order (input, style and output):
The code (with numerous more samples) can be found here on : https://github.com/luanfujun/deep-photo-styletransfer
The real issue was not the cooling, but the vcore applied to the CPU,
In the past, the BIOS was set to Auto vcore, and it was applying 1.36V of vcore, which was making the CPU temperature skyrocket to the 80C almost 90C:
Now, In the BIOS, I set the vcore voltaje via offset, meaning that the BIOS applies the CPU stock voltage of 1.18V plus or minus a value I add to it. In my case, I applied a +0.02 offset, and now my CPU is running stable at 3.6Ghz (same x36 multiplier) with a vcore of 1.21V. It now works between 1.19v and 1.21v where before it was using 1.35v to 1.37v. The temperature went down significantly!
Now I'm happy :D
Keep in mind these temps are with the CPUs and GPU running at 100%, using the [Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Networ
Wien Energie, the largest energy supplier in Austria, is getting serious about blockchain as part of its developing business strategy.
In interview with CoinDesk, the firm's CEO, Michael Strebl and managing director, Peter Gönitzer, opened up about their new blockchain energy trading proof of concept, explaining how the pilot will serve as a model for future blockchain work.
First announced 16th February, the project will see Wien Energie partner with Canadian DLT consulting firm BTL Group and the Austrian arm of global accounting firm EY.
Inspired by nature, engineered by men and evolved over time, the PAL-V Liberty is a groundbreaking product that inaugurates the age of the flying car. The PAL-V Liberty is a marriage between safety and fun, designed to satisfy the most demanding customers.
Thanks to a number of patented technologies, the dimensions of the PAL-V Liberty do not exceed those of a regular car. It therefore blends perfectly with everyday road traffic, yet offers a new level of mobility.
Among many unique features, the PAL-V Liberty has two distinct attributes that set it apart from all other concepts. The first is that lift is created by a wind-powered rotor, making the PAL-V Liberty float in the air. Taking this gyroplane principle to the next level is the secret behind the safest and easiest flying vehicle on the market.
Another attribute of the PAL-V Liberty that adds to its uniqueness is the thr
Google is one of the most been in issuing application. Almost all segments of the application, including the application map, email applications, photo editing application, application cloud, video applications and application messages have them remove it. But unfortunately, not all applications the best-selling creations in the market.
One proof is closing an application message embedded inside Gmail, that is Google Talk. According to the news we get, on June 26, the next it was officially closing theentire Google Talk service. And, all of the users in it would be advisable to use an application message to their hosts, Hangouts.
Puddles on the roads may soon leave in the past, promise the creators of the groundbreaking the road surface, able to absorb water.
A drinker, the concrete can in 60 seconds to absorb 4000 liters of water.
Concrete developed by Lafarge Tarmac, allows water to accumulate on the surface of the liquid seeps inside almost instantly and disappears underground.
The secret material is quite simple – the water percolates through a large grid on the top and settles in the lower layers of the coating. Apparently the road is smooth and convenient for travel.
In the lower layers of the road proposed to incorporate drainage pipes, the water gradually drained into a sewer system without overloading it.
In addition, water kept in the lower layers of the coating, helps to cool the road in case of temperature increase.
This challenge is among the most complex Vault 7 tasks, so I went with a clean and simple infographic. The hope is that this will illustrate connections between branches, tests and tools in Vault 7more effectively than my usual text posts could on this subject.
[Visit the WikiLeaks Research Community page for more info on Research Challenges.](https://our.wikileaks.org/Research_Challenge_1:_Vault_7,_Year_Z
5 Bike inventions You Should Have , straight up bikes
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El problema no era el sistema de enfriamiento. El problema era el vcore que estaba siendo aplicado al CPU.
En el pasado, tenia el BIOS CPU vcore en Auto. Esto estaba haciendo que aplicara un vcore of 1.36V, lo que estaba haciendo que la temperatura subiera a los 80C casi 90C:
Ahora, en el BIOS, puse el vcore manual usando un offset, lo que quiere decir que el BIOS aplica el voltage de fabrica de 1.18V más o menos un valor que especifique. En mi caso, apliqué un offset de +0.02 y ahora mi CPU está corriendo estable a 3.6Ghz (usando el mismo multiplicador de x36) con un vcore de 1.21V. Ahora, el CPU funciona entre 1.19V y 1.21v cuando antes usaba entre 1.35v a 1.37v. ¡La temperatura bajó significativamente!
Ahora soy feliz :D
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This is the story of James Pettigrew, my grandfather, a child molester and his connection to Radio Frequency Mind Control. As I received new information over the last year about connections James had to the US Navy, Radio Frequency and Westinghouse (a producer of the material connected to these types of projects), things began to piece together. When you are raised into this kind of environment certain aspects of your upbringing don't seem out of place until you've been out in the world and compare them against the experiences of others. Memories can be fragmented or fractured. It's been a rough year or two.
His abuse ranged from psychological to sexual, depending on his victims and he had a predilection for polluting innocent minds. He delighted in that aspect and even locked me in a bathroom when I was around 5 or 6 years old with explicit pornography on many occasions. That kind of thing. I don't have, at this stage, any specific memories of James attaching el
Free online creation tool by zrispo and lucapodular that lets you make Flash-Like intuitive material in your program that can be exported as HTML5.
Wick is a free and open source program for making interactive things for the Web. Wick expects to make web creations more open by doing the hard work for you.
The Wick Suite is a full-included imaginative suite with a course of events framework, tweens, drawing tools, cross-browser player, code editor, and substantially more. Since Wick lives in the browser, you don't need to download any additional product to utilize it!
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After 4 backbreaking, grueling, stressful, and ultimately detrimental years in Military Service, I can say definitively, it helps to have a big team and a bottomless budget (AKA the Govt checkbook). I sacrificed my youth and my Sanity for what was to be awarded later. Precious Wisdom...actually govt benefits that cannot be undervalued.
Let's put it into context...answer these short questions with either....a.... yes.... or no....
1) If you were guaranteed to get paid a salary, a minimum each month no matter what..would you take the job?
2) If you would receive health care for the rest of your life at no cost to you after your satisfactory 4 year job would you accept?
3) If your hours fluctuated, sometimes overtime, sometimes no work required, would you sign up?
4) If you knew you had to go to a war zone before hand, would you still agree to the assignment anyway?
5) If you were offered free training and the option to improve your seniority within the organization, would you use it?
Alright, if you answere
Hey!! I've said The Shortest Post Ever. ¿Right? Then, don't push me out so hard with your elbow as to lose my sight off from the fast line track. :p
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