Monthly Archives: March 2020

Better Video Chat Through AI Frame Prediction

This is the­o­ret­i­cal as. But say you trained a NN to take the pre­vi­ous 120 frames and pre­dict the next 120 frames of a video, and you could run it 60 times a sec­ond. You could then have a video … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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House Auction Software

In this age of covid, auc­tion soft­ware that has lit­tle to no infra­struc­ture could be a boon. There’s cer­tain­ly a bunch of ven­dors there already, but I won­der if they’ve done it decentralised/with a scal­able back­end. For decen­tralised you could … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Whole Health Centers

I believe that the med­ical pro­fes­sion is los­ing trust at an alarm­ing rate. I don’t like that peo­ple are turn­ing to stu­pid things like home­opa­thy, but by the same token a nat­ropath will sit down with you for an hour … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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This is an app that is a bit of a reboot of google hang­outs: Web brows­er based hang­out ses­sion but with one key dif­fer­ence — apps. Inside the hang­out you can have a spo­ti­fy app, which appears as a ful­ly … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Clothes Chair

You know how every­one has a chair in their room that has the not-quite-dirty clothes, or clothes for tomor­row laid out on it? Well the clothes chair for­malis­es that and adds some nifty fea­tures to boot! Yes, it’s a chair … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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Slap! The dance sensation.

Tap Danc­ing, but in flip-flops (thongs, jan­dles), for men. You get the tap from the toe and heel and the slap from the thong. It’s awe­some. Com­petes with dance/exercise classes.

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Coronavirus alert app

Essen­tial­ly this is an app that logs geospa­tial + time­stamp all the time. Then on the app you can report that you’ve got a con­firmed case, and it’ll flag all your loca­tions for the last week, and cor­re­late that with … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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