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UK Police Have a Porn-Spotting AI That Gets Confused by Desert Photos

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UK police are turning to high-tech artificial intelligence to help wage war against the scourge of child pornography, but the system currently has a tricky problem: the AI has a hard time telling the difference between nudity and photos of deserts. The Telegraph reports that the Metropolitan Police’s digital forensics ...

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$18,000 Stolen Camera Kit Recovered, Suspects Arrested

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That was fast. Just 48 hours after the Canadian retailer The Camera Store announced a burglary, loss of $27,000 in equipment, and a $5,000 reward, most of the camera equipment has been recovered and suspects have just been arrested. The Calgary Sun reports that it was all thanks to sharp-eyed ...

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The Street Photography of Rinzi Ruiz

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Rinzi Ruiz is a talented photographer who discovered his passion for street photography on the sidewalks of downtown Los Angeles. Here’s a great 4-minute interview with Ruiz by StreetShootr about his mindset and work. “I see light,” Ruiz says. “Basically what I’ve trained my eyes to focus on is the ...

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Adobe Just Released the Final Standalone Version of Lightroom

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Adobe just released the final standalone version of Lightroom. With the new 6.14 update, the era of new non-subscription versions of Lightroom has come to an end. Lightroom 6.14 doesn’t bring any new major features. Instead, it improves camera and lens compatibility as well as fix some bugs that existed. ...

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