Recording from the Podcast Detroit Studios: http://www.podcastdetroit.com/event/sunday-morning-linux-review/
Tony Bemus, Tom Lawrence, and Mary Tomich
Sound bites by Mike Tanner
Facebook and Google are racing to develop smarter AI
Facebook is open sourcing a set of computer vision software tools that can identify both the variety and the shape of objects within photos. The tools, developed by the Facebook AI Research (FAIR) team, are called DeepMask, SharpMask, and MultiPathNet, and all three work in tandem to help break down and contextualize the contents of images.
MegaMIMO gives data a smooth ride
Researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) think they have perfected a system that dramatically improves Wi-Fi connections by eliminating signal interference.
After almost a year of thinking, development and testing, the OSM team at Telenav is ready to present OpenStreetView to all OSM mappers! OpenStreetview (OSV) is the free and open street level imagery platform designed 100% with OSM and mappers in mind.
TP Link Opening up their routers
Networking hardware vendor TP-Link today admitted violating US radio frequency rules by selling routers that could operate at power levels higher than their approved limits. In a settlement with the Federal Communications Commission, TP-Link agreed to pay a $200,000 fine, comply with the rules going forward, and to let customers install open source firmware on routersSecurity corner
GSnap for Audacity
Free VST pitch-correction (AutoTune)
File synchronization designed with privacy in mind
Open source zero-knowledge peer-2-peer file sync.
Back-Countrty Strobes (2011)
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