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Cherry goes downmarket with its new Viola mechanical keyboard switches

01.10.2020 · Posted in Hardware Articles, Technology Articles

Cherry has long been the de facto standard for mechanical keyboard switches. Since mechanical keyboards are, almost by default, significantly more expensive than membrane or dome-switch keyboards, that has kept the company out a large part of the market. Now, on the last day of CES 2020, the company is launching its new Viola switch, ...

Autonomous Vehicle Trend and Development in Germany – Market Analysis Report

Around 1.4 million people lose their lives each year due to road accidents, and almost 50 million more people suffer from serious injuries that result in disability, as reported by the World Health Organization. Not only do these injuries cause losses to individuals, they also affect families and nations as a whole. Loss of productivity ...

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German researchers with ties to for-profit “neuromarketing” company want to use AI to guess peoples’ “intelligence” from their writing

The annual Germeval natural language processing event solicits German-language "shared tasks"; one of this year's proposed tasks from the University of Hamburg is Prediction of Intellectual Ability and Personality Traits from Text, which proposes to mine test subjects' essays as a predictor of IQ.

The University of Washington computational linguist Emily M ****** does a ...

92-year-old’s memoir tells the forgotten story of a German official who sabotaged **** deportations and saved more Jews than Schindler

Hans Calmeyer was a left-wing German lawyer -- his law license was temporarily suspended when he was accused of being a Communist -- who was inducted into the German army under the Nazis, who put him in charge of an office that determined which Dutch people would be deported to Auschwitz during the **** occupation.

Calmeyer ...

The Station: Canoo hits the road, Coup shutters and Samsung shifts

Welcome back to The Station, the go-to newsletter for keeping up-to-date on what the heck is going on in the world of transportation. I’m your host, Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. Portions of the newsletter are published as an article on the main site after it has been emailed to subscribers (that’s what ...

Open Memory Box: hundreds of hours of East German home movies, 1947-1990

149 families' home movies are archived on Open Memory Box, a massive archive of 415 hours of footage from the former East German, shot from 1947-1990. The video is indexed and searchable by 2700 search-terms, and makes for fascinating browsing as well. (via Kottke) Read the rest

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Microsoft’s HoloLens 2 starts shipping

Earlier this year, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Microsoft announced the second generation of its HoloLens augmented reality visor. Today, the $3,500 HoloLens 2 is going on sale in the United States, Japan, China, Germany, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, France, Australia and New Zealand, the same countries where it was previously available for pre-order. ...

Live through incredible Berlin Wall escape stories with YouTube’s VR history project

11.06.2019 · Posted in Technology Articles

The world we live in today seems so polarised and divided that we often take for granted how much has changed in the space of a single generation.  A new YouTube Originals documentary project, made to coincide with the 30th anniversary of th... ...

Primary Sludge: “close fiction” from German utopian writer Sina Kamala Kaufmann

[Last spring, I ran into Nikola Richter at the Republica Festival in Berlin; she told me about Sina Kamala Kaufmann, a celebrated German climate activist and sf writer whose debut short story collection, Bright Matter, had been published by Richter's independent publisher Mikrotext to great critical and public success. I offered to run ...