Category: Tech

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New – Amazon EC2 Instances with Up to 8 NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs (P3)

Driven by customer demand and made possible by on-going advances in the state-of-the-art, we’ve come a long way since the original m1.small instance that we launched in 2006, with instances that emphasize compute power, burstable performance, memory size, local storage, and accelerated computing. The New P3 Today we are...

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New in Symfony 3.4: debug:autowiring command

Contributed by
Ryan Weaver
in #24583.

Service autowiring was introduced as an experimental feature in Symfony 2.8.
In the following Symfony versions, we improved it so much that we decided to
enable it by default in Symfony 3.3.
One of the main features of autowiring is that you can type-hint the arguments
of...

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Reconstructing a Blurry QR Code

QR Codes are a two-dimensional type of matrix barcode that are used for a variety of uses. They’re one way of turning a long piece of string data into an easily machine-readable format. For this reason, they can be used to store private keys for encryption and crypto-currency purposes. [Roger Ver] attempted to use a QR...

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Airbnb Officially Launches an API

The long awaited Airbnb API is officially here. While Airbnb has publicly announced its official API, the API is not completely open to the public. Those interested must apply from access. Public documentation is not currently available. The focus of the initial API launch is the supply side.

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Google’s sentiment analysis API is just as biased as humans

Google developed its Cloud Natural Language API to give customers a language analyzer that could, the internet giant claimed, "reveal the structure and meaning of your text." Part of this gauges sentiment, deeming some words positive and others negative. When Motherboard took a closer look, they found that...