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Amazon has teased a smartphone app and wireless wristband that employ sensors and machine-learning algorithms to depict upload naked fat you'll get unless you do some exercise — and tell you to relax if you sound stressed. All for your own good, of course. Unlike other smartwatches or fitness trackers, this wearable does not have a screen. Though, as expected of a fitness wearable, it packs sensors that detect movement, temperature, and heart rate, as well as two microphones. The accompanying app connects to the wristband and acts as a central hub to view, analyze, and store all the data collected by the gadget to show how healthy or otherwise you are, and whether you sound stressed or relaxed or happy or sad to others.
It can count your steps taken, monitor your sleep, tell you how intense your workout was, and so on. Neural networks in the cloud can determine from your phone camera photos, ed via the app, how much fat and muscle is in your body, even going as far as generating a 3D model predicting what your body will look like if you lose or gain weight. You have to wear "tight, minimal clothing — think a sports bra and bike shorts for women; boxers or briefs for men," in your submitted photos for this feature to work, says Amazon.
Now that's motivating. We know your shopping habits, your cloud use, and now your body An illustration of the body-predicting app's user interface. Source: Amazon. The app uses three deep neural nets running on backend servers to create the 3D thick or thin model of you, which can be adjusted by sliding an on-screen widget. The first network identifies and extracts your body from photos taken of you by your phone's camera; the second network estimates your upload naked and muscle content from the shapes of your identified upload naked parts; and the third brings this all together to predict and visualize your body at different weights.
For now it's available only by requesting early access to the service. The other AI-powered feature of the Halo app is Tone. Users can opt-in or out of allowing the Halo Band to automatically listen to how you talk throughout the day. The idea is you change the way you talk so you don't annoy or upset those around you. For those of you concerned about your privacy, Amazon said the body scans are generated in the cloud — which means sending snaps of you half naked to its computers for processing.
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It's a little confusing, because the current preview of Windows 11 also calls itself 21H2. It wouldn't be a Windows update without some attempt to baffle users. And goodness, thanks to the hardware requirements of Windows 11, there are going to be rather a lot of Windows 10 users still out there. Indeed, in a memo announcing the W10 update John Cable, veep of program management for Windows Servicing and Delivery, highlighted the more than 1. Microsoft's much-trumpeted "visual refresh" for its suite of Office applications has begun making its way out to users enrolled in the Insider programme, last night slithering onto both the Windows 11 Intel and ARM test setups at Vulture Central.
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Queen Maxima of the Netherlands enlisted the help of a small robot to open a 12m 40ft 3D-printed steel bridge across a canal in Amsterdam's red-light district earlier this week. The structure's opening — the description of which sounds like the a game of Consequences based on a drunken Daily Mail columnist's fever dream — took place when the Queen pressed a green button to turn on a robot arm, which cut the ribbon with a pair of scissors.
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The solution? For now, you can only "stop and disable the Print Spooler service," disabling both the ability to print locally and remotely. Which is not brilliant news for enterprise nor for all those folk home schooling and printing out work from local printers. The cash incentive is part of the US State Department's Rewards for Justice RFJ programme and the ongoing war on cybercrime that has in recent months crippled fuel pipelines and meat upload naked. Microsoft got back to its roots this week with another go — this time cloud-enabled — at an Altair running on Azure Sphere hardware.
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The survey was huge, with sections on 13 different programming languages, big data, databases, DevOps, developer demographics, microservices, collaborating tools, testing, and more. A UK businessman hoping to create merchandise to sell to fans of singer Britney Spears has found himself instead lumbered with 10, misspelled T-shirts advertising a nationalist breakaway for a region of northern France. Karl Baxter, managing director of Wholesale Clearance UK Ltd — a company based in Poole, Dorset, specialising in "bankrupt and surplus stock, as well as end of line clearances to individuals and companies of all sizes" — had hoped to capitalise on the FreeBritney movement and sell shirts to fans campaigning to end the 'Oops!
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Refreshing: An Office update that won't frighten the horses Microsoft reins in some of its excesses with a visual tidy-up. Dutch Queen, robot involved in opening of 3D-printed bridge in red-light district Have we been smoking something? You'll want to shut down the Windows Print Spooler service yes, again : Another privilege escalation bug found PrintNightmare?
More like Groundhog Day for admins. Wanted: State-backed bandits planning cyberattacks on US infrastructure. Microsoft adds cloud enablement to s Altair tech Back to an era when 'cloud' meant 'it's probably going to rain'. Britney fan businessman accidentally buys 10, Celtic nationalist T-shirts Surplus stock specialist finds out the hard way how that kind of thing can happen. Google demonstrates impractical improvement in quantum error correction — but it does work Scale would upload naked to be cranked way up to have an impact, however.Upload naked
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