In the Same Breath - A documentary about the origin and spread of COVID-19, putting the trauma of health care workers and those in mourning alongside an indictment of Chinese President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump.Prisoners of the Ghostland - A "delirious mash-up of Western, samurai, and postapocalyptic" thriller starring Nicolas Cage as a bank robber.In the Earth - A horror thriller involving a deadly virus ravaging the Earth. Eight for Silver - A period horror piece that's a "gruesome Gothic spin on werewolf lore." Strawberry Mansion - A surreal romance in a glitchy future dystopia where a surveillance state conducts "dream audits" to collect taxes on people's unconscious lives.How It Ends - A "pre-apocalyptic comedy" set "on the day an asteroid is scheduled to obliterate Earth."Sundance 2021: The basicsFirst, the free stuff: While much of Sundance's program requires a ticket or a pass, the festival will make all of its talks … [Read more...] about Sundance Film Festival brings big movie premieres straight to your home for the first time
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When models are retrained, the approach is a bit different. If a model that converts documents to vectors is retrained, the corpus or documents may not have changed, but the vector representation has. So there is a new index of vectors to work with. What Pinecone does is allow users to have both the old and the new index running in parallel to run A/B tests. … [Read more...] about Pinecone, a serverless vector database for machine learning, leaves stealth with $10M funding
Buy an Android if you want cheap 5GAndroid makers adopted 5G much more quickly than Apple, largely because companies like Qualcomm and MediaTek were fast to provide chipsets that support the standard, at a low cost. Forget the behind-the-scenes stuff and it means 5G Androids are available for $300/£300 or less if you know how to shop. … [Read more...] about Android vs iPhone: what’s the difference, and which is best for you?
Archaeologists found the bones of at least two people in the termopolium. It's difficult to say much about who they were or what they were doing when they died, because looters in the 1600s shoved the skeletons haphazardly out of their way, leaving one scattered around the room and parts of the other stuffed into a large dolium, or serving jar. The scattered set of bones mostly belonged to someone at least 50 years old, who may have been laying in bed when the pyroclastic flow swept through town. Space in the shop is set aside for storing a bed, and archaeologists found nails and wood residue under the scattered remains. … [Read more...] about Archaeologists excavate ancient Roman takeout counter at Pompeii
How does Walmart Plus compare with Amazon Prime?On the surface, this sounds like Walmart's version of Amazon Prime: basically, "free" deliveries for subscribers. And Walmart is doing it for $21 less per year: $98 versus $119. Amazon has two grocery angles, too: The company offers Prime subscribers free two-hour delivery (where available) from its Whole Foods stores -- with a $35 minimum order. There's also Amazon Fresh, a totally different grocery option that offers same-day delivery (where available), also with that $35 minimum. … [Read more...] about Walmart Plus: Everything you need to know about the grocery delivery service