The Samsung Group is set to showcase eight innovative new projects related to Artificial Intelligence (AI), developed from its C-Lab (Creative Lab) program, from January 8-11 at CES 2019 Eureka Park in Las Vegas. One of them is the “Girin,” which is basically an auto-adjusting monitor stand that ensures users have proper posture while on their computers at work. This sensor embedded stand automatically tracks the user’s posture, especially neck and head, in real-time. When bad posture is detected, it subtly moves the monitor which naturally trains users to assume better posture without actually noticing the change in monitor position. Read more for additional images from around the web.
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14. Before and After
13. Nobody Has Won
12. The More You Know
This pond contains high levels of copper sulphate, making it blue
11. What Keeps Them Alive
10. Pure Bliss
8. Yet Cozy
5. Another World
Photos from my 8.5 hour dive yesterday to a recently discovered cave passage 330 ft (100m) deep. In the Twin Dee/Weeki Wachee Spring Cave System. Photos by Kirill Egorov.
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Easily the best Star Wars fan film ever made. 1 million views within the first 24 hours.