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Defense Department invites experts to discuss ways to identify people when they sign into to computers without interrupting their normal activity flow.
From a bike path in Montana to a backwater underneath a highway overpass in Austria, citizen scientists fanned out last June to capture high-resolution images for the first Nearby Nature GigaBlitz. Organizers are hoping for even broader participation in their efforts to document global biodiversity as they prepare for the second GigaBlitz, scheduled for the solstice week of Dec. 19-26.
Games are familiarizing users with how the digital and physical worlds can be combined.
The IEEE has kicked off a study group to define 25 Gbit/second optical interfaces for next-generation 100 Gbit Ethernet networks. The standard will enable lower cost and power products using less cabling than today's 100G nets built from ten 10 Gbit/s links.
El futuro de las organizaciones está en saber potenciar e incentivar la formación entre los miembros de su empresa
International sports federations would like to be able to follow the movements of individual athletes more easily during televised matches, even when they're hidden from view. Today, EPFL's Computer Vision Laboratory announces an innovative system that accomplishes this task -- and the implications go far beyond sports.