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Millions of Pixlr records posted on hacker forum Special

It has been announced that a hacker has leaked 1.9 million Pixlr user records. The data contained information that has the potential to perform targeted phishing and credential stuffing attacks.

Ghost imaging developed for moving object capture

Scientists have produced a technique to capture moving objects using a new method termed ghost imaging. This method should make captor objects practical for new applications, extending to areas like biomedical imaging and security checks.

Q&A: As creepy new deepfakes emerge, should brands worry? Special

Bill Bronske, from Globant, discusses the good, the bad and the ugly that comes from using deepfake technology. Bronske has been at the forefront of developing AI-driven technologies that are helping the public and private sector identify deepfakes.

Thousands of images are stolen in U.S. border hack

Tens of thousands of images have been stolen in U.S. border hack. The images are of people who have crossed the U.S. border with Mexico. as well as images of people, the data also related to vehicle license plates.

Improving AI by assessing where your eyes will look

New Haven - By assessing precise brain measurements, scientists have successfully predicted how people's eyes move when viewing natural scenes. Understanding this is the key to improving visual-based artificial intelligence.

Hyabusa2 rovers send back stunning images of Ryugu

On September 21, the Japanese space agency JAXA made history by safely landing two tiny rovers on the rugged terrain of an asteroid. The first images were astounding, simply because they proved the little rovers were working, but check out the new images.

New touchscreen device that rolls and scrolls

Researchers have designed a prototype touchscreen device, using additive manufacturing methods. What's unusual is that the device is a combination of a smartphone and a tablet.

Adobe detects manipulated images using AI

Adobe, the company that brought the world Photoshop, has developed an artificial intelligence which can tell whether an image has been manipulated. The platform can identify if an element had been added, moved or cut from an image.

Oldest startup in photography crowdfunds digital content agency

London - 1854 Media, the publisher of British Journal of Photography and owner of the 'oldest startup in photography', is crowdfunding its new visual content agency for the digital age.

Smartwatch extends touch display to skin

For those seeking more from their smartwatch, a new development extends the display projected from the watch onto the arm of the wearer. This not only offers a wider display; it also provides more interactivity.

Facebook aims for facial recognition consent in EU and Canada

Facebook has begun the process of asking its European and Canadian users to allow the social media giant to use facial recognition technology. This is for the purpose of identifying users in photos and videos.

Review: This week’s releases show planning for the future isn’t easy Special

This week’s releases include a beautiful piece of cinema; a pertinent TV series; an amusing reboot; the final chapter in a musical journey; a Japanese sensation; and an animated lesson in appearances and friendship.

Squid ink provides new dental imaging technology

Improving the accuracy of dental imaging helps patients to receive optimal care. A new imaging method has an unusual material source: squid ink. This helps to improve the clarity and contrast for gum disease inspections.

Forget holograms, try 3-D images floating in 'thin air'

In what's been called 'better than a hologram', researchers have produced 3-D images that appear to float in 'thin air'. This form of projection could lead to a new way of watching images and other content on smartphones.

Scientists place a GIF image inside a living organism's DNA

Harvard researchers have used the CRISPR gene editing technique to put a GIF image file inside a living organism’s DNA. This was a proof of concept study to test the limits of DNA storage.

When analyzing images big data beats the brain

When it comes to viewing and interpreting a series of images it seems that big data computing approaches are superior to the human brain. New findings have implications for the way images, such as those from CCTV, are interpreted.

Google shrinks photo sizes by 35 percent

Google has announced a new open-source software project that can reduce the size of high-quality JPEG images by up to 35 percent. The development will let you save more photos on your phone's storage and help to speed up website load times.

Review: EarthView version 5 produces stunning planet images

EarthView is a desktop wallpaper and screen saver application, which displays beautiful views of the Earth with daylight and night shadows. A new version has recently been launched.

BlackBerry 'Vienna' leaked online, company's second Android phone

Images of BlackBerry's next Android phone have leaked online just days after the company officially launched the Priv. Codename 'Vienna' eschews the Priv's physical keyboard for a fixed one beneath the display and shows BlackBerry is committed to Android.

Facebook's new Moments app highlights photos of friends

Facebook has released a new photo management app that uses facial recognition to detect forgotten pictures of your friends in your camera roll. It then suggests tags, syncs the friends and tags to the photo's subject and shares the images with friends.

Incredibly beautiful images of the Medusa nebula

The Medusa nebula takes its name from a figure in Greek mythology, who would turn you to stone if you looked at her face. However, the most you can fear from gazing at this cosmological phenomenon, is to be struck speechless by its beauty.

Why aliens would know its Christmas on Earth

When Christmas comes the world lights up, literally. Those decorations you've put on the house won't just brighten up the neighbourhood, but they could be sending a message to aliens that a festive season is underway.

Seeing into cells with super-res microscopy

Philadelphia - New super-resolution microscopy allows scientists to see the make-up of cells in more detail than ever before. This allows the observation of many biological structures not resolvable in conventional fluorescence microscopy.

Millions of historic images posted to Flickr

A U.S. academic has created a searchable database of 12 million historic copyright-free images on the photo hosting service Flickr.

The NSA is harvesting millions of images of faces daily

It has been revealed that America's National Security Agency is collecting millions of images of faces from web searches each day.

Amazing video captures insects in flight

Lund - Using a new approach, researchers have capture the internal mechanics of a flying fly. The video gives a view into the inner workings of the flight muscles as a tethered fly is spun in a circle.

Senate candidate feeling heat for posting grisly photos online

Topeka - Dr. Milton Wolf, a U.S. Republican Senate candidate from Kansas, is feeling heat for posting photos of grisly X-Ray images of gunshot fatalities and injuries to his Facebook page.

Video: NASA unveils stunning images of galactic neighbors

NASA, in conjunction with astronomers from Penn State University, has unveiled a stunning set of ultraviolet images of the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, the Milky Way’s two closet galactic neighbors.

Op-Ed: The 15 most incredible photos of 2012

Found across the Web, these photos made our collective jaws drop in wonder. Here are Digital Journal's top 15 photos of 2012.

Photo Essay: The outpouring of support for Newtown Connecticut

Newtown - There is an old saying that says "a picture can say a thousand words", and as many around the world struggle to find the words to express their emotions and sympathies for the families of those killed in Newtown, images are sometimes all they have.
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Our minds simulate past experiences.
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monochrome image with color
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Timely Christmas scene
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Image of Christmas lights in Northern Europe
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Actual image of Ryugu - Received time: UTC 2018-09-20 17:02
Digital training aid for dentists  on display at the Wellcome Collection in London.
Digital training aid for dentists, on display at the Wellcome Collection in London.
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Researchers in U of T Engineering have designed a 'privacy filter' that disrupts facial recognition algorithms. The system relies on two AI-created algorithms: one performing continuous face detection, and another designed to disrupt the first.
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Intraoral camera image, at the Wellcome Collection exhibition in London.
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