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NVIDIA Deep Learning Photos

NVIDIA researchers, led by Ting-Chun Wang, have developed a new deep learning-based, artificial intelligence system that can generate photo-realistic images using only high-level labels, and at the same time creating a virtual environment that allows the user to modify a scene interactively. The method, which uses a conditional generative adversarial network (GAN), has the potential to revolutionize how visual algorithms, including those for medical imaging, are trained. "Conditional GANs have enabled a variety of applications, but the results are often limited to low-resolution and still far from realistic. In this work, we generate 2048x1024 visually appealing results with a novel adversarial loss, as well as new multi-scale generator and discriminator architectures," said the researchers in their paper. Click here for the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one where "As Seen on TV" pest control gadgets are tested.

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Fujifilm Instant Noodles

Fujifilm is known for their cameras, film, and accessories, but their latest "Film Simulation" product has nothing to do with those at all. Simply put, they have revealed instant noodles that come in a Provia 100F film canister-shaped carton and are being released by Fujifilm Korea as part of a promotional giveaway. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.

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Galaxy Wing Samsung

Samsung is allegedly developing a smartphone with a foldable display(s), known as the Galaxy X or Wing, and it should be announced sometime during January 2019 with an official reveal at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain during that same month. Based on the leaked patent images, the flexible screen's resolution is expected to be 4K (3840x2160 pixels), and it may sport dual-cameras at the rear, the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processors, along with at least 6GB of RAM. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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SanDisk 128GB microSD Amazon

SanDisk's 128GB Ultra Class 10 microSD Memory Card works on all compatible devices, including the Fire Tablet as well as Fire TV, all for $23.88 (order now to lock in price), today only, originally $79.99. When used in said devices, simply download your apps and games directly to the SD card, while Class 10 performance is perfect for for Full HD (1080p) video recording / playback. It's designed to perform multiple simultaneous activities with no lag or delay. Product page. Continue reading for a video and more information. Check out Prime Day deals here.

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Halden Prison Norway

This is not a modern apartment complex or 4-star luxury hotel, just Halden Prison, a maximum-security prison in Halden, Norway. It consists of three main units and receives prisoners from all over the world, but believe it or not, there are no conventional security devices. The prison was established in 2010 with a focus on rehabilitation, and its design simulates life outside the prison. Inmates can enjoy sports, music and even interact with the unarmed staff to create a sense of community. Continue reading for more pictures, another video and additional information.

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Aston Martin Vision Volante Aircraft

Honda is already manufacturing their own private jets, but what if you want something more practical and sleek? Introducing the Aston Martin Vision Volante. This personal electric aircraft has room for three adults, and is fully autonomous. "With the population in urban areas continuing to grow, congestion in towns and cities will become increasingly demanding. We need to look at alternative solutions to reduce congestion, cut pollution and improve mobility. air travel will be a crucial part in the future of transportation, the volante vision concept is the ultimate luxury mobility solution," said Aston Martin President and CEO Dr. Andy Palmer. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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RoboRace DevBot Drifter

Autonomous cars may be years from replacing actual humans, but Roborace wanted to see just how far they've come. So, they brought pro drifter Ryan Tuerck to the track to take on its autonomous DevBot race car, which weighs in at just 2,200 pounds and boasts 550 horsepower. Since it boasts an electric drivetrain, power comes on near instantaneously, while all-wheel drive helps put that down on the pavement. Just how did the autonomous car fare? Let's just say that the DevBot set a best time of 2:18.4. Click here for the first image intoday's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one on someone who spent $1,120 on weird eBay gadget mystery boxes.

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Super Anthony Robot

Standing 15-inches tall and weighing in at 4.6-pounds, Super Anthony is touted as the "world's most powerful beetleweight fighting robot" that can blast opponents with a 45kg servo force punch. The bot was designed to be wear-resistant with steel gears and has a one-piece output shaft design for ultra-high precision. Using InnoBASIC Workshop, users can easily develop unique attacks - whether if it's a punch, forward slam, or backward flip. Continue reading for two videos, more pictures and information.

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Moto G6 Amazon

The Moto G6 (32GB) is currently Amazon's most popular unlocked smartphone, and Prime members (get a free 30-day trial) can pick one up for $234.99 shipped today. With a 5.7" Full HD+ Max Vision display, advanced imaging software, and a long-lasting battery, it's impressive any way you look at it. Other features include: a Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 1.8 GHz octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 32 GB of internal storage with microSD expansion, 12 MP + 5 MP dual rear cameras, a 3,000mAh battery, and Android 8.0. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on unboxing video and more information.

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Audi R5

Yes, it's true, Neill Blomkamp of District 9 fame is set to direct MGM's upcoming RoboCop reboot, set for release in 2019 - 2020, and this Audi R5 Concept by Maik Muller would fit right into the film. Featuring air intakes up front, in the back, and even on top of the vehicle, while covers make it appear to be gliding on the roads. There's no need for a normal glass windshield, as the car is fully autonomous, so all windows are completely opaque and armored. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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