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Shervin Emami
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Job in Australia specifically looking for someone experienced in open-source development and Git and Linux kernel.

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Full-sized Arduino Uno clone adds Grove expansion, shrinks price to $7 -- Seeed Studio’s $7 “Seeeduino V4.2” board is a full-sized Arduino Uno clone with a micro-USB host port, Uno-style expansion headers, and 3x Grove interfaces.extra header pins, and three Grove interfaces.

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Computer Vision processor on a USB stick

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China sent a quantum-entangled photon into space! The start of an age of quantum-entangled internet & communication?!

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This seems quite handy for hobbyists / beginners in electronics.
"Every person who frequently used Arduino-controlled electronics in projects, regardless of your skill level, should check this book out."

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After announcing http://elixir.free-electrons.com recently, we are now happy to announce another service to the embedded Linux community: http://toolchains.free-electrons.com.

This website provides a large number of free and ready-to-use cross compilation toolchains, for a wide range of CPU architectures, C libraries and configurations. It currently provides 138 toolchains, and we will extend this to additional platforms/configurations depending on the feedback we receive.

See our blog post at http://free-electrons.com/blog/free-and-ready-to-use-cross-compilation-toolchains/ for more details. Feedback and suggestions are welcome, the project issue tracker is at https://github.com/free-electrons/toolchains-builder/issues

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I haven't tried it to see how useful it actually is, or compared it to the SSD object detector in OpenCV, but it sounds interesting.
Google has open-sourced the object detection system that placed first in the COCO detection challenge, and is used in NestCam, the similar items and style ideas feature in Image Search, the street number and name detection in Street View, and the Object Detection API.

The open source release includes "a selection of trainable detection models, including Single Shot Multibox Detector (SSD) with MobileNets, SSD with Inception V2, Region-Based Fully Convolutional Networks (R-FCN) with Resnet 101, Faster RCNN with Resnet 101, and Faster RCNN with Inception Resnet v2, frozen weights (trained on the COCO dataset) for each of the above models to be used for out-of-the-box inference purposes, a Jupyter notebook for performing out-of-the-box inference with one of the released models, and convenient local training scripts as well as distributed training and evaluation pipelines via Google Cloud."

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Seems like a nice solution for embedded Linux systems that want USB protection! I didn't know about it.
Worried about people sucking data out of your PC or server with a USB stick? Linux has the answer.
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