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DeepLabCut-Live! real-time marker-less motion capture for animals

Behavioral scientists introduce DeepLabCut-Live!, a deep-learning tool that can enable real-time feedback studies on animal movement and posture. The software features ‘maker-less’ real-time motion capture, can interface with lab hardware for neurological analysis, and is now available open source for use by researchers.

10 Ideas About What Happens After Tesla Releases Next Autopilot Update

This morning, Tesla CEO (Chief Engineering Officer) Elon Musk tweeted that a limited release of Tesla’s “Full Self Driving” (FSD) software would roll out next Tuesday, October 20. In response, one commenter on our article noted

Breaking: Elon Musk Says New Tesla Autopilot Software Stack Probably Releasable In 2–4 Months

Tesla’s Autopilot software development can get confusing, especially at 2:00 am, but we’ve got an update on how it’s coming along from Mr. Musk himself that probably interest a million+ people, so here’s the breaking news followed by a bit of background (as much as I can squeeze out in this middle-of-the-night session)

German Auto Crisis, Tesla Autopilot Through Green Lights, Renewable Revolution — CleanTechnica Top 20

An article from a couple of weeks ago, “This Stunning Chart Shows Why Battery Electric Vehicles Win,” somehow actually led in terms of eyeballs last week, but since it wasn’t published last week, it’s not included in this top 20 list. (Good to see that it got so much love, though.)

Oil Spill, Tesla News, New EV Incentives, Battery Swapping — CleanTech Weekly News Show

This is the 11th broadcast of CleanTechnica’s weekly news show. This week’s show covers Tesla Autopilot, Tesla Supercharging, new EV incentives in the Netherlands and Germany, oil spills, The Boring Company, and more

Tesla Autopilot Mystery Solved — HW3 Full Potential Soon To Be Unlocked

In June 2019 after Tesla’s Autonomy Investor Day, we did a deep dive into Tesla’s HW3 chip that explored the various capabilities and potential of the HW3 processor system on a chip (SoC). I may have geeked out a little and made that a bit too technical, so I will try not to repeat that mistake in this article. Long story short, HW3 is a total beast. It is very different from the NVIDIA chip Tesla was using in the previous generation

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