A journey inside Bern’s whimsical clock tower reveals how clicking gears and dancing bears changed the meaning of time. Deep inside a medieval watchtower, Markus Marti presides over the passage of time. Several times a week in the heart of Bern, Switzerland, the retired engineer leads a small group of visitors up a twisting narrow staircase. Then, using a wooden baton as a pointer, he explains how a maze of iron parts powered by a swinging pendulum has, second by second, counted off the last half millennium.
The brain of the internet, has recently demonstrated that its artificial neural networks have the power to dream by trained these networks to recognize objects, animals, faces and nature, by feeding them millions of images.
These networks have become so advanced that they are able to "enhance" what they are seeing. The images produced from these enhancements have been dubbed, "Inceptionism".
Digi-Tel will provide residents of the Big Orange with everything they need to know online – and the wifi is free.
If you're planning a beach day in Tel Aviv this coming summer, bring your laptop along – the wifi will be free for the taking. It's part of what Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai is portraying as "a digital revolution" that the Big Orange will be undergoing in the coming months.
Elon Musk says a MILLION people could be living on Mars by the mid-2060s - but they will have to be prepared to die. SpaceX founder Elon Musk has set out a plan to establish a self-sustaining city on Mars complete with iron foundries and pizza restaurants. The billionaire entrepreneur envisions 1,000 passenger ships flying en masse to the red planet within the next century - Battlestar Galactica style.