Daily Archives: 22.03.2021

ORStereo: Occlusion-Aware Recurrent Stereo Matching for 4K-Resolution Images

Stereo cameras can be a high-resolution source of 3D maps. However, effective data processing is necessary. Most current stereo matching models are trained on low-resolution data because high-resolution images require a lot of GPU memory. Therefore, a recent paper focuses on the generalization of such models to high-resolution images. Computer-aided image editing. Image credit: Free-Photos | Free picture via Pixabay ...

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More Audio from Perseverance: the Crunch of its Wheels on the Martian Regolith

In absence of (yet) being able to step foot on Mars, we have robotic vicarious experiences through our rovers including Perseverance which landed this past February 18th. In addition to photos we’ve collected from the surface over the decades, our ever-improving data connection to Mars made it possible to see video from Perseverance’s landing. That dramatic unfurl of the parachute ...

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Covid setbacks risk another summer travel washout

Airlines that have already racked up billions in debt face further strain that some may not survive without fresh funds Europe’s airlines and travel sector are bracing for a second lost summer, with rebound hopes increasingly challenged by a hobbled Covid-19 vaccine rollout, resurgent infections and new lockdowns. Airline and travel stocks fell on Friday after Paris and much of ...

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Crypto Exchanges Might Be Getting Around 100K New Users Per Day – Analyst

Source: Adobe/momius While multiple companies sharing how many millions of new crypto users they’ve got recently, one popular crypto analyst made an estimation, how many new bitcoin (BTC) traders crypto exchanges might be getting per day. Willy Woo shared that, based on the data provided by on-chain analysis firm Glassnode and the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, the number of ...

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Exclusive: Harmonize Brings In $10M Series A To Monitor High-risk Patients Remotely

A $10 million Series A round of funding is enabling San Francisco-based Harmonize to further develop its artificial intelligence-based remote health tool already proven to reduce emergency room visits among elderly, high-risk patient populations by 30 percent. Launchpad Digital Health led the round and was joined by Stanford University and Gaingels, as well as existing investors Trinity Ventures and Liquid ...

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