LONDON, May 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — London based BeMyEye, Europe’s leading provider of retail execution management solutions for CPGs like J&J, Peroni, Microsoft and GSK, has announced the acquisition of Metaliquid, a Computer Vision company specialising in audio and video analysis based on deep-learning technology. 

With the integration of Metaliquid’s cutting edge Computer Vision technology, BeMyEye’s clients will now obtain, in real-time, corrective actions from complex retail scenes at scale. Metaliquid’s AI technology dramatically improves the performance and ROI of field teams at a time when CPGs are under significant pressure to improve efficiency across the board.

Metaliquid has developed an innovative deep-learning solution specifically designed for extracting descriptive, time-coded metadata from audio, image, and video contents in real-time. Leveraging proprietary deep-learning frameworks and neural network architectures, Metaliquid’s solution is proven to deliver production-grade AI applications with exceptional accuracy levels to a broad range of industries including media and

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In my full review of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra, I acknowledged that this was Samsung’s more definite answer to a laptop alternative.

It’s large, powerful, and capable of providing productivity that might be lacking in other tablets that tend to be more entertainment-focused.

After doing a full general review, it then made sense to see just how the Tab S8 Ultra could really enhance my work productivity, now that I had it to complement my old trusty laptop.

Here are 5 different work scenarios where the Tab S8 Ultra enhanced my productivity.

1. I used it as a second monitor

Using the Second Screen feature on the Tab S8 Ultra and pressing the Windows key + K on my laptop, I could easily connect them and extend or duplicate my screen.

I’m not used to working on a second monitor as it’s not a need for the

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This swamp thing is nothing to fear.

University of Cambridge scientists have designed a way to create electricity out of pond scum — which they believe could be a far more “practical” solution to powering small devices than conventional and rechargeable lithium-ion batteries.

Their lean, green technology, which is about the size of a AA battery, was enough to power a low-energy computer chip that’s found in tens of billions of small devices across the globe.

As reported by The Verge, it would take about 333 million algae “batteries” to run an average desktop computer.

Constructed out of cheap and largely recyclable materials, the easily replicable technology could be used to power the so-called “Internet of Things,” a vast global network of small devices exchanging data in real-time.

“The growing Internet of Things needs an increasing amount of power, and we think this will have to come from systems

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YouTube is a great place to find educational videos and learn new things, but it can be a bit of a hassle to get transcripts of the videos you want to study. In this article, we’ll show you how to get transcripts of YouTube videos without having to contact the video’s creator or wait for them to send you the transcript.

What You Need to Do to Get Transcripts

If you want to transcripts of YouTube videos, there are a few things you need to do. First, you’ll need to find the copyright holder of the video. Once you know the copyright holder, you can request permission to use the transcript. If you’re using a public domain video, you don’t need permission from the copyright holder. After you have permission from the copyright holder and have recorded a transcript, you can upload it to your blog or website.

The Process

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