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Today about the new crash detection feature for the iPhone 14. He was riding a LiveWire One motorcycle at about 60 mph on the West End Highway when he hit a bump that caused his iPhone 14 Pro Max to fly off the handlebar mount. Shortly after, his girlfriend and parents received text messages saying he had suffered a horrific accident, sparking hours of panic. The phone even called the police, all because it fell off the handlebars. All thanks to crash detection.
Riding a motorcycle is extremely dangerous, the last thing anyone needs is to think that their loved one has had a terrible car accident and they haven’t. This is obviously an edge case, but it makes me wonder what other types of false positives we might see as more phones adopt this technology.
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Nilai Patel September 13
Ford ran out of its own blue oval badge.
Running out of semiconductors is one thing, but running out of your own iconic nameplate is downright brutal. The Wall Street Journal reported that , a shortage of badges and nameplates is affecting the automaker’s popular F-Series pickup lineup, delaying deliveries and causing general confusion.
Some executives have even come up with a 3D printing solution, but they don’t think the alternatives will clear the road. All in all, it’s been a terrible summer of supply chain setbacks for Ford, which has led the company to restructure its org chart to bring some relief.
The Spanish transport Urbans de Sabadell owns La Bussí.
The U.S. is lagging again in transportation — call it the Bussí gap. There’s a hole in our infrastructure, if you will.
Do more with less (luxurious holiday party).
According to CNBC, Sundar Pichai this week fully addressed employee questions about Google’s spending changes.
“Maybe you’re planning to hire six more people, but you might have to hire four, how are you going to do that?” Pichai sent workers a note on hiring slowdown in July ‘s memo.
In all respects, Google’s treasurer also asked employees to try not to “overdo it” at holiday parties.
Nvidia’s latest AI models generate endless 3D models.
Need to fill your video game, VR world or project rendering with 3D chaff? Nvidia’s latest AI models may help. Trained on 2D images, it can generate customizable 3D objects that can be imported and adjusted.
This model looks rudimentary (the quality of the rendering is not amazing, and it looks limited in variety), but generative AI models like this will only improve and speed up work of various creative types .
Japan will fully reopen to tourists in October after two and a half years of travel restrictions.
Good news for those who have been waiting to book their dream Tokyo vacation: Japan has finally eased its October 11 Covid-19 border controls for visa-free travel and individual travelers.
Tourists are still required to get 3 vaccinations or submit a negative COVID-19 test result before travel, but can take advantage of the depreciation of the yen and on the same date. Sugai!
Sony put a good point-and-shoot zoom in a smartphone. This is an impressive feat. In actual use, it’s a little less impressive. It’s essentially two lenses with the same function: portrait photography. The fact that they have optical zooms attached doesn’t make them any more versatile.
But it’s Sony, like the rest .