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Truant Pixel Explains How the PS4 Dynamic Theme Reproducing the PS2 Dashboard Was Made
Watch an interesting video in which Truant Pixel explains how the iconic PS2 dashboard was reproduced as the PS4 dynamic theme announced yesterday.
PlayStation  PS4  PlayStation4  PS2  PlayStation2  TruantPixel  Nostalgia  Technology  Visualizers  Themes  DynamicThemes  PS4Themes  PS2Dashboard  Gaming  VideoGames  GameConsoles  GamingNews 
yesterday by dk33per
Neil Harbisson - Wikipedia
Neil Harbisson, a man with Achromatopsia (total colorblindness) who understands color with an antenna implanted in his skull that sends vibrations to his inner ear. He's also the first person to be recognized as a cyborg by a government.
technology  people 
yesterday by flyingcloud
Reinventing Societal Infrastructure with Technology: The Summary
This is the summary of “Reinventing Societal Infrastructure with Technology”. The full version and slightly revised version will be released the end of January. Feedback, questions, and new ideas are welcomed.
Innovation  Technology  Entrepreneurship  economics 
yesterday by jorgebarba
Researchers Combat Gender and Racial Bias in Artificial Intelligence - Bloomberg
Companies use AI to predict everything from the credit worthiness to preferred cancer treatment. The technology has blind spots that particularly affect women and minorities.
work  AI  bigdata  inherentbias  systemicbias  technology 
yesterday by laurenipsum
Data Selfie
Data Selfie is a browser extension that tracks you while you are on Facebook to show you your own data traces and reveal what machine learning algorithms could predict about your personality based on that data.
data  privacy  social  surveillance  platformcapitalism  culture  technology 
yesterday by grantpotter
Hidden in plain sight: a global underground dance music scene with millions of fans
With the rise of the internet, music has lost more than industry revenues. Music has lost its cultural monopoly for identity building. Music used to be the only fast way in which people could understand that there are other people around the world, with similar ideas and feelings. People who are just like them. Now, social media & internet communities have stripped music from that. A Google search can instantly connect you to people who think the same things you do. Music is simply not important for that anymore
music  culture  subcultures  phdp2  technology  gaming  gamers 
yesterday by timcowlishaw

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