Camaro / Chevrolet By Edward Jones June 5, 2018 Shares Facebook LinkedIn Tweet Google+ Pin StumbleUpon Reddit Email There’s a new Transformers movie coming out and the trailer just dropped, but its title only mentions on Transformer. Heck, the title is his name, “Bumblebee”. Yes, this upcoming film will revolve entirely around the goofy, yellow Autobot. But, there’s one thing that many will see if very different about this Bumblebee: he’s a Volkswagen Beetle and not a Chevrolet Camaro.Many will cry foul regarding this change because 2007’s “Transformers” film made the yellow Camaro somewhat of a symbol. But those who know the history behind Transformers will note that this is a return to the true original Bumblebee that’s decades old. Another thing that many will find missing in this movie is Michael Bay’s presence as a director. In fact, this will be the first Transformers film … [Read more...] about New “Bumblebee” Movie Ditches Camaro
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Comic Riffs Analysis Analysis Interpretation of the news based on evidence, including data, as well as anticipating how events might unfold based on past events by David Betancourt by David Betancourt Email the author May 8 Email the author Tom Hardy stars as Venom. (Sony) There is perhaps no bigger comic book-inspired cinematic enigma than Sony’s “Venom” movie, which will arrive in theaters this October. After a seemingly pointless teaser trailer release in February that had plenty of star Tom Hardy but absolutely no Venom, the grumbling began as to whether Sony, which needed Marvel Studios to save … [Read more...] about Now that we’ve seen Tom Hardy’s Venom, do we want to see the movie more or less?
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Tweet TweetIt´s already a common practice for automobile makers to resurrect old cars, brands and models. It might seem a little bit odd to dig up an old figure and try to restore it´s glory, for some cars may look almost like a sacrilege, but in some cases the idea paid off. Our new economic paradigm is to cut costs almost beyond rational and try in the same time to sell as much as you can. In the car industry this philosophy translated itself by common platforms, body parts and, at the end of production line by cars that look alike almost beyond recognition. So it is normal that all the design work goes around brand identity and all car designers are desperately trying to squeeze some personality into the new models. With all of this said, resurrecting an old model is not such a bad idea after all. It started a few years ago with Fiat, Abarth and the little 500, Toyota with GT86, the famous Hachiroku, and a couple of weeks ago Renault presented the new Alpine. But I had … [Read more...] about Burt Reynolds Presents The New Trans Am 2016
January 12, 2016 by Jensen Huang Yann LeCun invited me to speak at this week’s inaugural symposium on “The Future of AI” at NYU. It’s an amazing gathering of leaders in the field to discuss the state of AI and its continued advancement. Here’s what I talked about — how deep learning is a new software model that needs a new computing model; why AI researchers have adopted GPU-accelerated computing; and NVIDIA’s ongoing efforts to advance AI as we enter into its exponential adoption. And why, after all these years, AI has taken off. The Big Bang For as long as we have been designing computers, AI has been the final frontier. Building intelligent machines that can perceive the world as we do, understand our language, and learn from examples has been the life’s work of computer scientists for over five decades. Yet, it took the combination of Yann LeCun’s work in Convolutional Neural Nets, Geoff Hinton’s back-propagation and … [Read more...] about Accelerating AI with GPUs: A New Computing Model