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iFlix is Now Available in Pakistan for Just Rs. 300 Per Month

The Kuala Lumpur based online streaming service hinted a Pakistan launch back in March. Another teaser with more details was revealed in September. iFlix has now officially launched its services in Pakistan. About iFlix The company compares itself to Spotify for movies, dramas and other shows rather than Netflix. iFlix claims to offer shows from all around the world rather ...

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Norway to become 1st country to switch off FM radio

Norway is set to become the first nation to start switching off its FM radio network next week, in a risky and unpopular leap to digital technology that will be closely watched by other countries considering whether to follow suit. Critics say the government is rushing the move and many people may miss warnings on emergencies that have until now ...

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Best wifi names

Best wifi names Everybody is searching for funny and interesting Wifi names to deliver a special message to the one who explores the all wifi connections in the area and also wants to access on yours. You may need to set such a thoughtful Wifi name scary enough for the hacker or funny which makes you popular in the society. ...

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AI was everywhere in 2016

At the Four Seasons hotel in South Korea, AlphaGO stunned grandmaster Lee Sodol at the complex and highly intuitive game of Go. Google’s artificially intelligent system defeated the 18-time world champion in a string of games earlier this year. Backed by the company’s superior machine-learning techniques, AlphaGo had processed thousands and thousands of Go moves from previous human-to-human games to ...

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How technology is merging with the human body?

The gulf between “human” and “machine” is closing. Machine learning has enabled virtual reality to feel more “real” than ever before, and AI’s replication of processes that were once confined to the human brain is ever-improving. Both are bringing technology into ever-closer proximity with the human body. Things are getting weird. And they are going to get a lot weirder. Let’s ...

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China’s digital dictatorship

WHEN communism crumbled in the Soviet Union, 25 years ago this week, the Chinese Communist Party seemed to many to be heading irreversibly downwards. Yes, the tanks had left Tiananmen Square after crushing a revolt in 1989, but the war appeared lost. Even China’s breakneck growth, which took off a year after the Soviet collapse, looked likely only to tear ...

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3 benefits a smart city can gain from smart infrastructure

The Internet of Things is sweeping across the globe at breakneck speeds, and before we know it, our entire lives will be facilitated by connected technology. We’re already seeing the IoT make an incredible impact on how the industrial world operates, and we’re seeing it seep into household goods to bring convenience and efficiency to consumers’ lives. However, one less-explored ...

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A Basic Introduction To Neural Networks

What Is A Neural Network? The simplest definition of a neural network, more properly referred to as an ‘artificial’ neural network (ANN), is provided by the inventor of one of the first neurocomputers, Dr. Robert Hecht-Nielsen. He defines a neural network as: “…a computing system made up of a number of simple, highly interconnected processing elements, which process information by ...

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