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  1. Neural networks have made computer vision possible, but there are still many difficult situations that they don't work so well in. If you want to do object detection and labeling then the traditional approach is likely to be too slow, but now we have YOLO V2 which can label entire images in one operation.

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  2. Oracle intends to move stewardship of Java EE (Enterprise Edition) to a third party existing foundation after the official release of Java EE 8 later this year.

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  3. This is the 5th Edition of Joe Murach's best-selling core Java book. Since 2001, it has been used by thousands of beginners and experienced programmers to master the core language skills that are needed to create console, web, and mobile applications. This latest edition has been fully updated to Java 9 and has also been updated to show you how to develop Java programs using the two most popular IDEs that will boost your programming productivity.

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  4. Google has launched a new subscription service for businesses that use Chrome OS devices. Building on Chromebooks for Business, which it replaces, Chrome Enterprise will have an annual cost of $50 per device.

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  5. Using photographs contributed by observers on the path of totality, Google computers have stitched together images of the 2017 solar eclipse to create the “Eclipse Megamovie.” The resulting movie is intended as a preview of the larger publicly available dataset of photos that will enable scientists around the world to study the sun and its atmosphere.

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