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Digital Trends on AI Art
The 10 best A.I. image generators to create art from text
Interested in trying out A.I.-generated art? Here are some of the best text-to-art generators that might match your artistic style.
Digital Trends on Disability
Researchers Develop Brain-Machine Interface for Controlling Wheelchairs
Brain-machine interfaces could potentially allow people with physical disabilities to control a wheelchair. But, current BMI systems require the use of a large, bulky system. Now, researchers have…
Digital Trends on Health Care
A.I. Can Tell Good Surgeons Just By Scanning Their Brains
Brain-NET, a new deep learning A.I., can accurately predict a surgeon’s certification scores based on their neuroimaging data.
Digital Trends on Makers
This Company 3D-Printed a House Made of Earth and Rice Husks
Looking for a new, affordable house? Italian 3D-printing company WASP has just 3D printed a hut structure using a combination of 3D-printed concrete, rice husks, and a mud-based material. And, of course, its giant, crane-based 3D printer. Total cost of the build? Around $1,000.
Digital Trends on Space
Eight artists revealed for first civilian moon trip
Japanese billionaire Yusaku Maezawa has named the eight artists who will join him on the first civilian moon mission, organized by SpaceX.
Digital Trends on Technology
LG's stretchable displays could wrap around cars, furniture
LG Display has revealed a stretchable, full-color display that it says is the first to withstand a stretch of 20% without suffering any damage.
This tiny sensor is about to change your phone camera forever
A tiny sensor may soon change the way your phone camera sees color — resulting in more accurate reproduction and skin tones. And it looks mighty impressive.
Digital Trends on Virtual Reality
The Future of AR is Earbuds, Not Eyeglasses
Earbuds are transforming into a whole new computing platform that could one day replace the need for you to reach for your smartphone or computer.
«using signal processing technology to map certain sounds onto your landscape, so that navigating your way through an airport, a museum, or any other public space could involve walking toward a voice that says “follow me,” which seems to be coming from the direction you need to head in.»
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T-Mobile wants you to test drive its 5G home internet
T-Mobile is taking a bold new step into 5G home internet with a new program that will make it easier for broadband customers to “break up with Big Internet.”
Sorry, Google — Apple is right to keep ignoring RCS
Apple continues to ignore RCS on iPhones despite all the very good reasons to adopt it. The company may have a point.
Why I sold my gaming laptop to buy a Steam Deck
The Steam Deck, despite its problems, is an impressive piece of kit, and it might be enough to replace your gaming laptop.
Space-based solar power plants could soon be a thing
China has brought forward plans to build a solar power plant in space in an ambitious project that several other countries are seeking to emulate.
Apple plans to put more ads on your iPhone, report claims
Apple will reportedly put ads in more of the apps that come pre-installed on the iPhone, with Apple Maps, for example, expected to feature the new slots.
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