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Israël Hightech. Radio J en direct. Sur 94.8FM, le lundi à 7h03. - IsraelValley
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Israël Hightech. Radio J en direct. Sur 94.8FM, le lundi à 7h03.  IsraelValley (Communiqué de presse) (Blog)Full coverage
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Ho Karan. Une gamme de soins cosmétiques - France - LeTelegramme.fr
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West Web Festival. Et le gagnant de la Coupe de France de la French Tech est… - Saint-Brieuc.maville.com
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MIT researchers are developing AI for tracking sensors inside the body with wireless signals | VentureBeat
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Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science AI Lab (CSAIL) are developing methods for using wireless radio signals to detect sensors inside the human body. The ReMix system could be used to find ingestible microchip implants, a technique its creators hope can someday help assist in medical imaging, the delivery of drugs to specific parts of the body, or track the movement of tumors.

A study detailing their findings is being presented this week at the SIGCOMM international conference being held in Budapest, Hungary.

Initial tests were conducted by placing a microchip inside a fake tumor then placing the fake tumor in varying forms of animal tissue like a whole chicken, pork belly, or containers of chicken fat or phantom human tissue.

The system was created in collaboration with researchers from Massachusetts General Hospital. Professor Dina Katabi who led the study has previously used wireless signals to track human movement or measure a person’s breathing or heart rate through walls.

ReMix today is able to detect the location of a microchip with 1.4 centimeter accuracy, though Katabi believes the AI needs to be accurate within millimeters to be considered in a clinical setting.

Should ReMix grow in accuracy, it could also assist in proton therapy for cancer treatment. Since the treatment method requires using large amounts of radiation, pinpointing the exact location of invasive cancer cells is required.

CSAIL’s work is the latest development in a series of efforts to explore the potential applications of radio waves with implantable devices to help people. In June, researchers from MIT announced the creation of the In Vivo Networking (IVN) system, a wireless system to power devices implanted in the human body.

Also in June, Caltech researchers debuted a sensor that rests in a person’s eye for years at a a time to transit data about pressure buildup, an indication a person may have glaucoma, a leading cause of blindness.

In other recent advancements of health care tech working to pass clinical thresholds and become widely available, last week Google’s DeepMind Health together with ophthalmologists and researchers from Moorfields Eye Hospital and University College London published a paper claiming its AI can recommend treatment for more than 50 eye diseases at a rate of 94 percent accuracy.
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4 hours ago by SergioWerner
Built in verse | Kauffman.org
Entering graduate school at the University of Detroit Mercy, and on a dare from his best friend, he proposed a graduate thesis titled "Hip-Hop Inspired Architecture and Design." Ever since, he's been part of a movement to explain how the two art forms intersect to design communities along the contours and rhythms of hip-hop culture. 
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Les bons plans de la semaine à Paris, du 20 au 26 août 2018 - Sortiraparis.com
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The Spy Who Shrunk Me looks like an Austin Powers flick in VR | VentureBeat
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The Spy Who Shrunk Me from Catland is an upcoming tongue-in-cheek VR stealth game that appears to take heavy inspiration from the likes of No One Live Forever and film spies like Austin Powers and James Bond.

Based on the trailer above it looks a bit like I Expect You To Die and Budget Cuts had a smooth, stealthy love child. In this Cold War-era spy thriller you play as Agent Audrey Smoothspy armed with a shrink ray tasked with infiltrating Moscow and stopping Soveit General, Bolscotchkovich.

“The Spy Who Shrunk Me is a tongue-in-cheek spy adventure, a love letter to spy movies, immersive simulations and other games in the stealth genre,” Catland Ltd. CEO Tomi Toikka said in a prepared statement. “Armed with a shrink ray, you can shrink and dip Soviet soldiers into paper shredders and make them run in a hamster wheel – or shrink yourself to get past opponents. Just don’t get stomped.”

The Spy Who Shrunk Me is slated for release on Steam sometime in 2018 and will have support for Rift, Vive, and Windows VR headsets, in addition to non-VR PCs in one package.
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Letter from Shenzhen
Chinese tech isn’t an imitation of its American counterpart. It’s a completely different universe.
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Tel-Aviv. Au DLD 2018, la France sera représentée par Mounir Mahjoubi. - IsraelValley
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Mad Machines is launching its robotic Rocket League-like 'First on Discord' | VentureBeat
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The Discord Store is still in a limited soft launch in Canada, but developer Hero Blocks is already planning to bring its upcoming robotic-sports sim Mad Machines to that service as part of its First On Discord program. As Discord expands its service from communications to also selling games, it announced that it will help fund indie releases that will appear first on Discord before moving on to other platforms after about 60 days. And now Hero Blocks is one of the first developers to announce that it has taken that offer.

The Discord Store still doesn’t have a launch data for the rest of the world, and neither does Mad Machines. But Hero Blocks plans to the game off to attendees at the PAX West fan event at the end of this month. The developer will then start selling the game later this year.

Mad Machines has a Rocket League vibe, but instead of car soccer … it is more like robot tennis, golf, and … a bunch of other sports. Maybe you should just watch the video.

“Players who are looking to show off their personal skill with managing precision-based controls, team up with friends or just enjoy some good old-fashioned, rump-stomping melee action should play Mad Machines,” Hero Blocks chief executive Carsten Nissen said. “The action is fast with matches lasting four minutes — plenty of time for the most creative and fierce play to be rewarded like a viking entering Valhalla.”

And the studio is also looking for similar rewards when it comes to its business decisions. Discord is a massive platform with more than 130 million people using it to congregate and communicate online. Mad Machines will have a verified Discord server to communicate with fans, and it could benefit by having prime placement when that store goes live for everyone.
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim tops list of PSVR's most-played games in U.S. | VentureBeat
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Off the back of announcing PSVR has sold three million units worldwide, Sony just revealed the top 10 most-played VR games in North America.

It’s Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR that comes out on top. The 2017 port of the open-world epic role-playing game remains one of Upload’s favorite VR experiences to date, so we’re not surprised to see it top the list even if it did come out a year later than many of the other titles. No doubt the PSVR Skyrim bundle released last year helped in that department.

Up next is Sony London’s launch compilation, PlayStation VR Worlds. The game offers a handful of short experiences that take you deep below the sea and pit you in the middle of a heist in London. The game comes bundled in with a lot of PSVR units so, again, we’re not surprised to see it doing so well.

The first game not to be bundled in with the headset is Rec Room, which is in the third spot. It’s free to play but its an excellent social VR app that earns its place. Arguably PSVR’s biggest triple-A title, Resident Evil 7, comes in at fourth. Yesterday, we reported that the game had passed 500,000 VR users, though that was worldwide.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR

PlayStation VR Worlds

Rec Room

Resident Evil 7

The Playroom VR

Job Simulator

Until Dawn: Rush of Blood

Batman: Arkham VR

Farpoint

Superhot VR

Some other interesting things to note. Farpoint, for example, is at number 9. The first-person shooter (FPS) is best played with Sony’s PSVR Aim Controller, so we wonder if that suggests a lot of PSVR owners also have that kit, though it can be played with a DualShock 4 too. Other launch titles in the list include Job Simulator, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, and Batman: Arkham VR. Superhot VR just makes it into the 10 spot, likely because it’s so darn good.

Sony hasn’t released a similar list for Europe yet.

This story originally appeared on Uploadvr.com. Copyright 2018
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yesterday by SergioWerner
GSMA公布2018「與CTIA合作的世界行動大會-美洲」的最新活動進展 - 美國商業資訊
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