Day: June 16, 2021

Turning a single photo into a video

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Sometimes photos cannot truly capture a scene. How much more epic would that vacation photo of Niagara Falls be if the water were moving?

Researchers at the University of Washington have developed a deep learning method that can do just that: If given a single photo of a waterfall, the system creates a video showing that water cascading down. All that’s missing is the roar of the water and the feeling of the spray on your face.

The team’s method can animate any flowing material, including smoke and clouds. This technique produces a short video that

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How to scale your startup without a sales team

Let’s get one thing out of the way early: I’m not anti-sales. I’d just say I’m more pro-customer and product. And by focusing on these two areas, I’ve been able to scale my company to more than 20,000 customers in 90 countries without a sales team. 

Before jumping on the no-sales train, though, I think it’s essential you first understand why I’ve developed this philosophy.  

Putting customers on the same side of the table

As a business owner, I’ve been blessed to purchase solutions from some incredibly technical, responsive, and supportive salespeople. They’ve been a delight to work with, and

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What Is Data Know-how (IT)?

Shortly afterwards, the machine originally described by von Neumann’s paper— EDVAC —was accomplished but was not ready for two years. Added two small devices: Breathe and Pomodoro.

information technology specialist army

Modern-day know-how has changed the way in which that we cook and eat in our kitchens. The pen is without doubt one of the first applied sciences that made it simpler for people to file and reference their previous ideas and actions. That know-how was later improved upon with the development of the printing press. This gadget made it easier to mass produce the written phrase, allowing broader entry … Read More