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Trumpeting A Change: Nvidia Releases Artificial Intelligence Tool To Aid Creative Innovations

By Michelle D. Madsen Nvidia is giving flat photographs added depth — from gaming laptops to RTX data science workstations. First, the company converted 2D images into 3D scenes, models and videos. Now, it’s turned its attention to editing. A new artificial intelligence system transforms still photos into 3D objects. The approach, dubbed 3D MoMa,

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Historic Canadian Amusement Park To Offer High-Tech Attraction 

By Michelle D. Madsen XR Immersive Tech Inc.’s Uncontained Hyper-Immersive VR attraction has secured its first client. Uncontained will debut July 7 at Playland Amusement Park, one of British Columbia’s most popular family attractions. The goal of the collaboration with Playland is to give park visitors a sneak peek at Uncontained and its flagship game,

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That’s Fine: A Library Has Waived Fines After An Overdue Library Book Was Returned – 76 Years Later

By Simona Kitanovska A library has waived fines of more than $3,600 after an overdue library book was returned – a whopping 76 years late. Charlie Studdy came across ‘This Way To The Tomb’ – a play by Ronald Duncan – when tidying up a bookcase at his house and discovered it was due back

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Furry Mice: Taxidermist Launches World’s First Stuffed Animals For Cars’ Rear View Mirrors

By Darko Manevski A taxidermist has created the world’s first ‘furry mice’ for cars – stuffed real animals which hang from rear view mirrors. Jack Devaney, 28, uses rats, mice, chicks, and even guinea pigs to create his unique ‘Hairy Dangler’ motor decorations. It is the latest bizarre item from his company ‘World Around Ewe’

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Mini Train Spotter: Underground Worker Lets A Train-Obsessed Child Announce An Incoming Train

By Simona Kitanovska This is the adorable moment a London Underground worker lets a train-obsessed toddler announce an incoming train. Footage shows five-year-old Sami Sementilli alongside the London Underground worker as they prepare to announce the arrival of a train. Sami and mother Ifat were at Bank subway station in central London after spending a

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Marc Broussard Poised To Set The World On ‘Fire’ With Tour, New Project 

By Percy Lovell Crawford LAFAYETTE, La. — There is a powerful new baritone in town. Teddy Pendergrass, Gerald Levert, Wilson Pickett and Barry White carried that sound for decades. Since losing those legends, our ears have been somewhat deprived. Enter Marc Broussard of Lafayette, Louisiana. His soulful voice and classical approach to music is refreshing for

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