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3 Awesome Social Media Management Tools - CampaignMonitor

3 Awesome Social Media Management Tools - CampaignMonitor | denver, co | Scoop.it

1. Manage it all in one place with Hootsuite 

2. Streamline social media messaging with Sprout Social

3. Keep your calendar in check with CoSchedule

 

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There are many alternatives, but these three are atop the heap.

 

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A Hydrogen Fuel-Powered Truck hits the Road, emitting only Water Vapor!

A Hydrogen Fuel-Powered Truck hits the Road, emitting only Water Vapor! | denver, co | Scoop.it

A concept truck by Toyota is powered by hydrogen fuel cells and emits nothing but water vapor. Vehicles powered by alternatives to fossil fuel are on the roll. Literally. The Japanese automaker Toyota is rolling out a new line of vehicles powered by hydrogen fuel cells. A concept version of a long-haul truck with the car manufacturer’s new hydrogen-based engine in it will set out with a full load of cargo from Los Angeles and make its way to Long Beach.

 

“If you see a big-rig driving around the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach that seems oddly quiet and quick, do not be alarmed! It’s just the future,” Toyota quips in a statement issued to the press. The trial is part of the Japanese company’s feasibility studies for its brand-new “Project Portal” – a hydrogen fuel cell systemdesigned for heavy-duty trucks. Toyota touts its Project Portal as the next step in its development of zero-emission fuel cell technology for industrial uses.


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6 ways the future of flying will be amazing

6 ways the future of flying will be amazing | denver, co | Scoop.it

Air travel is in a period of great change. With the rapid pace of innovation, airlines and airplane makers are working hard to keep up. For the most part, the airlines and the companies that make their planes are not all that well equipped to react quickly to change. A new plane takes more than a decade to put into service and its designed to keep flying for several subsequent decades.

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A Glimpse into Aviation’s Possible Future? - AIM Blog

A Glimpse into Aviation’s Possible Future? - AIM Blog | denver, co | Scoop.it
What will the aviation industry look like in 2030?  2040? You can bet it won’t be what we’re used to today.  Sir Richard Branson, president of Virgin Atlantic Airways, put it this way: “I have no doubt that during my lifetime we will be able to fly from London to Sydney in under two hours, …
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Drones Get Flight Clearance | Construction Equipment

Drones Get Flight Clearance | Construction Equipment | denver, co | Scoop.it

The drone industry has been weighed down because the UAV technology has developed much faster than the FAA has been able to formulate safety and security regulations that apply to the specifics of low flying unmanned aircraft. Program seeks to encourage drone industry with regulatory clarity and less red tape.

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These people never existed. They were made up by an AI

These people never existed. They were made up by an AI | denver, co | Scoop.it

The AI-created faces on display in a new video by chipmaker NVIDIA are the highest resolution ever produced by a neural network.

 

Chipmaker NVIDIA has developed an AI that produces highly detailed images of human-looking faces, but the people depicted don't actually exist. The system is the latest example of how AI is blurring the line between the "real" and the fabricated.
 
Back in June, an image generator that could turn even the crudest doodle of a face into a more realistic looking image made the rounds online. That system used a fairly new type of algorithm called a generative adversarial network (GAN) for its AI-created faces, and now, chipmaker NVIDIA has developed a system that employs a GAN to create far most realistic-looking images of people.
 
Artificial neural networks are systems developed to mimic the activity of neurons in the human brain. In a GAN, two neural networks are essentially pitted against one another. One of the networks functions as a generative algorithm, while the other challenges the results of the first, playing an adversarial role.
 

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10 Side Hustles Ideal for Millennials Who Want to Start a Business Quickly and Cheaply

10 Side Hustles Ideal for Millennials Who Want to Start a Business Quickly and Cheaply | denver, co | Scoop.it

Marketing the skills you already have requires little more than a reliable internet connection


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These people never existed. They were made up by an AI

These people never existed. They were made up by an AI | denver, co | Scoop.it

The AI-created faces on display in a new video by chipmaker NVIDIA are the highest resolution ever produced by a neural network.

 

Chipmaker NVIDIA has developed an AI that produces highly detailed images of human-looking faces, but the people depicted don't actually exist. The system is the latest example of how AI is blurring the line between the "real" and the fabricated.
 
Back in June, an image generator that could turn even the crudest doodle of a face into a more realistic looking image made the rounds online. That system used a fairly new type of algorithm called a generative adversarial network (GAN) for its AI-created faces, and now, chipmaker NVIDIA has developed a system that employs a GAN to create far most realistic-looking images of people.
 
Artificial neural networks are systems developed to mimic the activity of neurons in the human brain. In a GAN, two neural networks are essentially pitted against one another. One of the networks functions as a generative algorithm, while the other challenges the results of the first, playing an adversarial role.

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6 ways the future of flying will be amazing

6 ways the future of flying will be amazing | denver, co | Scoop.it

Air travel is in a period of great change. With the rapid pace of innovation, airlines and airplane makers are working hard to keep up. For the most part, the airlines and the companies that make their planes are not all that well equipped to react quickly to change. A new plane takes more than a decade to put into service and its designed to keep flying for several subsequent decades.

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6 ways the future of flying will be amazing

6 ways the future of flying will be amazing | denver, co | Scoop.it

Air travel is in a period of great change. With the rapid pace of innovation, airlines and airplane makers are working hard to keep up. For the most part, the airlines and the companies that make their planes are not all that well equipped to react quickly to change. A new plane takes more than a decade to put into service and its designed to keep flying for several subsequent decades.

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Enhanced Flight Vision Systems: Now Landing

Enhanced Flight Vision Systems: Now Landing | denver, co | Scoop.it

A new FAA rule might improve the ability for pilots to see better in degraded visual environments. It’s a fact: enhancing pilot vision — especially in adverse weather conditions — can reduce the likelihood of accidents, especially on the runway. Runway safety-related incidents represent the highest number of accidents reported in the 2016 International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Safety Report.

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Photos Drive The Most Engagement on Facebook [INFOGRAPHIC]

Photos Drive The Most Engagement on Facebook [INFOGRAPHIC] | denver, co | Scoop.it

According to a new infographic from global communications company M Booth and media measurement and analytics company Simply Measured, visual content is not only taking the online world by storm; it’s also driving engagement!

 

Here are some highlighted stats from the infographic that make the case:

 

On Facebook, videos are shared 12X more than links and text posts combined.
On Facebook, photos are liked 2X more than text updates.
42% of all Tumblr posts are photos. On YouTube, 100 million users are taking a social action on videos every week. Photo and video posts on Pinterest are referring more traffic than Twitter, StumbleUpon, LinkedIn, and Google+.


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