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  1. Artificial intelligence suggests recipes based on food photos   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    Given a still image of a dish filled with food, CSAIL team's deep-learning algorithm recommends ingredients and recipes.   MIT News - Computer science
     
  2. Cassini captures pieces of Saturn’s rings   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    We can’t bring ‘em home, but we should be able to figure out what they’re made of The soon-to-die Cassini probe has captured tiny fragments of Saturn’s rings. Cassini’s was launched in 1997, made it to Saturn in 2004 and has been there ever since. But the probe is running out of fuel and will be crashed into the gas giant in September 2017, in order to avoid possible contamination of potentially-life-bearing moons.…   The Register
     
  3. Python autocomplete-in-the-cloud tool Kite pushes into projects, gets stabbed with a fork   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    Cloud dev biz tries rainmaking, stirs up storm of complaints Kite, a San Francisco-based development tools startup, has managed to alienate developers by quietly altering open-source projects for its benefit.…   The Register
     
  4. Kid found a way to travel for free in Budapest. He filed a bug report. And was promptly arrested   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    Protests sparked after web security hole reported The arrest of a Hungarian bloke after he discovered a massive flaw in the website of Budapest's transport authority – and reported it – has sparked a wave of protests.…   The Register
     
  5. Symbolic IO CEO cuffed by cops, vanishes from his storage startup   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    Tech boss denies any wrongdoing Symbolic IO CEO and founder Brian Ignomirello was arrested last week on outstanding warrants and for allegedly violating a restraining order, it is reported.…   The Register
     
  6. Ubiquiti firmware patch stomps nasty redirect bug from login screen   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    If you skipped the fix, fair enough - it landed before the vulnerability report Popular wireless networking hardware vendor Ubiquiti patched a couple of serious vulnerabilities back in March and April – without telling the people who reported the bugs.…   The Register
     
  7. G Suite admins have just one button to secure their sites, but don't   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    Another day, another cloudy data leak, as admins fail to get one setting right G Suite business users: go and check your configuration, and make sure you're not publishing enterprise information to the whole world.…   The Register
     
  8. Alphabet takes Euro antitrust fine in stride, spooks investors with rising Google ad costs   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    Meanwhile, 'Other Bets' group hemorrhages less than before Google parent company Alphabet says that its revenues in the past three months have grown by 21 per cent – while the European Commission's $2.7bn fine took a big bite out of its net income.…   The Register
     
  9. TechnologyOne says City of Brisbane ignored its own reviews   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    Big-bang software rollout goes bitterly bad, where have we heard that before? Australian ERP software vendor TechnologyOne has escalated a long-running row with Brisbane City Council, threatening to sling an AU$50 million sueball at the city.…   The Register
     
  10. Apollo center fundraiser: That's one small check from man, one giant leap for our peace of mind   25/Jul/17 08:00am
    Everyone else did the 'Houston, we have a problem' headline An online fundraising campaign is asking for $250,000 to cover the costs of preserving and maintaining a historic control room used for NASA's Apollo missions.…   The Register
     

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