In I’m honestly surprised it took this long news, this is a video of Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger deepfaked as Dale Doback (John C. Reilly) and Brennan Huff (Will Ferrell) in Step Brothers. It works unsurprisingly well, presumably because Stallone and Schwarzenegger actually are stepbrothers in real life. “No
This is a video of a giant LED billboard that wraps around the corner of a building playing a video of a spaceship docking with a very convincing 3D effect. I’m not sure what they’re selling, but I’m buying it. “I think they’re selling giant wrap-around LED billboards.” Cover my
This is a video from a testing event in China of a Tesla Model 3 absolutely wrecking a pedestrian dummy during an automatic emergency braking test. Oh it braked alright — breaked all the bones in his body! Man, I remember the first time I got hit by a car.
This is some worthwhile vintage video presumably uncovered from the ashes of a bygone civilization of people shopping for computers at an electronics store in 1994. My my, a 160 megabyte hard drive and 4 megabytes of RAM?! Say no more, sir, I am SOLD. By the way, what do
Bringing deepfake videos to their logical, completely not-porn related conclusion, this is a video of Harrison Ford deepfaked as young Han Solo in Solo: A Star Wars Story, replacing actor Alden Ehrenreich. Would this version have performed better at the box office than the original release? No clue, and I’m
This is a video of Google engineers Lucas and Gotham (I think that’s what he said?) demonstrating the Teachable Sorter they built using Google’s Coral (an on-device AI capable of machine learning without needing access to the cloud) and Teachable Learning (a machine learning model that learns to recognize objects
This is a vintage video from all the way back in 2002 of Christi and Ali getting 2nd generation iPods and not being sure what to make of them. You think their parents gave all their kids names that end with i? “Yes.” Haha — Levi, everybody! Honestly, I didn’t
This is the Sony Reon Pocket, a ~$170 smartphone operated personal air conditioner worn in a pocket in the back of a special $20 undershirt so it can make contact with your skin and cool your surrounding body up to 23-degrees Fahrenheit in the summer, and warm it up to