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Former Tesla, OpenAI Exec Andrej Karpathy Founds ‘AI Native’ Education Startup

In a post on X today, Andrej Karpathy announced that he is “starting an AI+Education company called Eureka Labs.” Karpathy taught deep learning for computer vision at Stanford University, left to co-found OpenAI in 2015 and then moved on to… Continue Reading →

I am starting an AI+Education company

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Blender 4.2

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NASCAR confirms multiple tire compounds for Richmond Cup race

Outside of wet weather tires that NASCAR can use on short ovals, Cup teams will also be given the choice between two different tires to use during the course of the 400-lap event.Goodyear provides teams with one tire combination for… Continue Reading →

Radar Images Suggest There’s a Tunnel On the Moon

Longtime Slashdot reader fahrbot-bot shares a report from Gizmodo: A team of researchers think they’ve discovered a cave on the Moon in radar images of the lunar surface, which they posit could be a future site for an established human… Continue Reading →

Thomson Reuters Launches CoCounsel Drafting for Transactional Documents, with Litigation Docs Coming Later this Year

In a further expansion of the CoCounsel AI legal assistant it acquired last year through its purchase of Casetext, Thomson Reuters today unveiled CoCounsel Drafting, a document drafting tool that works within Microsoft Word and that leverages both the generative… Continue Reading →

AT&T Paid $370,000 For the Deletion of Stolen Phone Call Records

AT&T paid more than $300,000 to a member of the team that stole call records for tens of millions of customers, reports Wired — “to delete the data and provide a video demonstrating proof of deletion.” The hacker, who is… Continue Reading →

Pluralistic: The true, tactical significance of Project 2025 (14 Jul 2024)

Today’s links The true, tactical significance of Project 2025: It’s a schematic for tearing apart the Republican coalition. Hey look at this: Delights to delectate. This day in history: 2004, 2009, 2014, 2019, 2023 Upcoming appearances: Where to find me. Recent… Continue Reading →

Admiral Grace Hopper’s Landmark Lecture Is Found, But the NSA Won’t Release It

MuckRock is a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) non-profit collaborative news site to “request, analyze and share government documents,” according to its web site. And long-time Slashdot reader schwit1 shared their report about a lecture by Admiral Grace Hopper: In a vault at… Continue Reading →

OpenShot 3.2.1 Video Editor: Smoother, Faster, Better

OpenShot 3.2.1 open-source video editor is here with new themes, UI/UX improvements, and bug fixes. The post OpenShot 3.2.1 Video Editor: Smoother, Faster, Better appeared first on Linux Today. Link to original post https://www.linuxtoday.com/news/openshot-3-2-1-video-editor-smoother-faster-better/ from Teknoids NewsRead the original story

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