National Parks are for the Birds | PLOS Blogs Network

  Happy National Parks week! While I tend to plan trips around plants — Thuja plicata in Olympic National Park, Lathyrus japonicas at Cape Cod National Seashore — I understand the draw of non-botanical Park VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE National Parks are for the Birds…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 761

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Ubuntu 18.04 LTSNews: UBports to run on Librem 5, Slackware makes PulseAudio optional, educational Linux comicsQuestions and answers: Accessing ZFS snapshotsReleased last week: Ubuntu 18.04, Kubuntu 18.04, Xubuntu 18.04Torrent corner: Kubuntu, Lubuntu, OpenIndiana, Pisi, SwagArch, Ubuntu, Ubuntu Budgie, Ubuntu…

Google’s New Version of Gmail Features AI, Better Security – AI Trends

Google rolled out of a new version of Gmail this week, including better security and artificial intelligence, which was developed in the internet giant’s office in Kitchener, Ontario. (shown above) The 1.4 billion active monthly users of the email service will notice a new look,…

Human Intelligence & Artificial Intelligence in Medicine: A day with the Stanford Presence Center | PLOS Blogs Network

post-iLast week, PLOS Medicine and PLOS ONE editors Linda Nevin and Meghan Byrne attended Human Intelligence & Artificial Intelligence (HIAI) in Medicine, a Stanford Presence Center symposium. HIAI brought together thought leaders in medicine, computer VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Human Intelligence & Artificial Intelligence in…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 760

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Chakra GNU/Linux 2017.10News: The Debian 10 roadmap and Project Leader election, Netrunner publishes ARM edition, Slackware kicks off package rebuild, Microsoft develops its own Linux-based system for IoTQuestions and answers: Using systemd to hide filesReleased last week: Oracle Linux…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 759

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Neptune 5.0News: elementary’s new generation of apps, building containers on Red Hat, MX publishes new FAQ, antiX introduces Sid editionTips and tricks: Fix filenames, manage networks from the command line and more command line tipsReleased last week: Red Hat…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 758

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Sortix 1.0News: LibreELEC seeks image builders, SLE supports Raspberry Pi, openSUSE introduces atomic updates, Fedora phases out Python 2, SparkyLinux streamlines downloadsQuestions and answers: Locating portable packagesReleased last week: OpenBSD 6.3, NixOS 18.03Torrent corner: Antergos, feren OS, Live Rasizo,…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 757

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: Gatter Linux 0.8News: Red Hat turns 25, Ubuntu’s minimal desktop option, super long term support kernels, new shortcuts in elementary OS, FreeBSD 10.3 reaching EoLBook review: UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook (Fifth Edition)Released last week: Slax 9.4.0, heads…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 756

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: NuTyX 10.0News: VenenuX offers POS edition, Neptune supplies KDE packages for Debian, openSUSE’s package portal, SolydXK on a Raspberry PiOpinion: SysV init – Init’s alive!Released last week: NetBSD 7.1.2, GParted Live 0.31.0-1, Zentyal 5.1Torrent corner: Endless OS, GParted Live,…

DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 755

This week in DistroWatch Weekly: Review: ArchMerge 6.4.1News: Librem 5 runs the Plasma Mobile desktop, Ubuntu Budgie’s new support forum, Cinnamon gets performance boostResource review: Learning at the Linux AcademyReleased last week: Tails 3.6, Univention Corporate Server 4.3-0, LibreELEC 8.2.4Torrent corner: antiX, IPFire, LibreELEC, Minino,…