Monthly Archives: June 2016

Synthia – A Simulation of Driverless Car Training

It’s an nice cartoon simulation, but I want to see the real video. In the simulation I noted: -Ambient light. Cool, that’s a real problem in only a few parts of the world, like New Zealand. As are long periods … Continue reading

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Some People are Sheep – Some People are Lemmings

Of course you aren’t moved by the crowd. You’re intelligent and reading my blog. Have you ever been in this situation? You’re out on a Saturday evening and you’ve decided to go out for dinner. You walk past a few … Continue reading

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Catching laptop and phone thieves with Prey

Yesterday I read a Facebook post from an associate saying that on Monday his laptop had been stolen and on Friday he had it back thanks to a free software application called Prey and quick action by Police who had … Continue reading

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