Canon EOS R5 release date, news and features

The Canon EOS R5 is what takes place when Canon eventually releases the handbrake on its mirrorless cameras. This whole-frame powerhouse even now hasn’t been absolutely launched, but Canon has teased us with a succession of specs announcements that together give us a rather crystal clear photograph of what to expect – and that is a video game-modifying camera for both equally stills shooters and filmmakers.

A whole start is not likely to take place right up until Summer time 2020, but Canon has now verified a lot of of the EOS R5’s online video powers. That news from its

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Cloud Sourcing Electricity Usage | Michigan Technological University News

What do energy usage in buildings and traffic congestion have in common? Crowdsourcing.

Sometimes an outside perspective is all it takes to tackle a problem in an innovative
way. And inferring electricity usage in a building without using a meter could be
as simple as correlating average occupancy at a given time.

Measuring electricity consumption can be time-consuming or require installing expensive
equipment that requires regular updating. In comparison, transportation engineers
only occasionally use sensors to measure exact numbers of vehicles on a given stretch
of road, preferring to infer route usage instead.

About the Researcher 


Chee-Wooi Ten, associate professor

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Solar for the People | Michigan Technological University News

L’Anse leverages utility and college partnerships, as well as the know-how of its
biggest asset, its citizens, to create group photo voltaic.

The village of L’Anse is a modest town in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on Lake Superior’s
Keweenaw Bay. Although small, the group has a little something significant to boast about: A 340-panel,
a hundred and ten.5 kilowatt (kW) group photo voltaic array. 

The concept at the rear of the array, which is positioned in the village’s Lambert Road Industrial
Park just west of town, is that renewable strength must be available to all, regardless
of money. Right after working

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Fake news, ignorance, and technology wars

The Soviet Union funded the Morning Star newspaper for its own propaganda purposes in the pre-internet age

The Soviet Union funded the Morning Star newspaper for its own propaganda needs in the pre-online age

It looks that the major existential threat to our societies right now is the rise of ignorance amplified by falling training criteria, compounded by fake information, deep fake movies, and the escalating acceptance of lies more than truth of the matter.

Until a short while ago warfare has been sporadic and confined to land, sea, and in the air. But it has now expanded into the cyber and information areas, with typical and qualified malware attacks along with the adjustment of people’s perceptions

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