Mr Smith, the chief executive and co-founder of StoryFile, told the BBC the technology meant, once a person had died, it was possible to have a conversation with them "as if they are there, and they will answer you".
The US has lost at least three nuclear bombs that have never been located – they're still out there to this day.
Jones - who was not in court when the outcome was announced - has repeatedly argued that the shooting was a hoax organised by the government in order to strip Americans of gun ownership rights, and that the parents of the dead children were "crisis actors".
He does not hesitate to name the tiger as his favourite animal.
Last month, Blake Lemoine went public with his theory that Google's language technology is sentient and should therefore have its "wants" respected.
Siyuan Lu, who was born in China, developed the tool - which the university said has a 97.86% accuracy rate - together with his PhD supervisor, Prof Yudong Zhang.
A metal-working site uncovered in Moray may have helped arm Caledonian tribes against the Romans, before being burned down by the invaders.
"This animated film, Princess Mononoke," Gaiman recalls him saying, "it's the biggest thing in Japan right now.
"He looks at me with his innocent and beautiful eyes.
The groundwork had been laid for the industry's biggest campaign to date - opposing international efforts to negotiate emissions reductions at Kyoto, in Japan, in December 1997.
YouTube has said sorry for taking down two of its most popular music streams in response to a bogus copyright claim.
They were challenging whether the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has the power to regulate planet-warming emissions for state-wide power sectors or just individual power plants.
Sergey Brin turned internet search into one of the world’s most valuable businesses more than two decades ago.
But one worker in Japan could be nursing a protracted hangover after he lost a USB memory stick following a night out with colleagues.
The new feature aims to keep audiences in the Twitter eco-system, with readers able to see a headline and access the longer note by clicking on a link.
Update July 13th, 11:15AM ET: Nintendo appears to have sold out of its N64 wireless controllers.
Paul McCartney’s ‘virtual duet’ with former Beatles bandmate John Lennon was undoubtedly one of the highlights of his epochal Glastonbury headline set on Saturday night, but it wouldn’t have been possible without the help of Get Back director Peter Jackson.
At the time, limitations in 3D printing and digital scanning meant that Hasbro couldn’t offer every fan the chance to turn themselves into a figure, but the technology has improved enough since then that the Hasbro Selfie Series will now be open to anyone who wants to pony up $60 for a six-inch figure that looks exactly like the person staring back at them in the mirror every morning—but with a better costume.
"What’s better than a high-quality guitar effect in a pedal?"
US retail giant Walmart is to acquire Memomi, the Israeli-founded optical tech startup that develops virtual try-on services.
Hi HN, I've noticed recently Facebook has started using URLs which seem to include encoded information.
As teased at I/O, you no longer need to get Wear OS 3 smartwatches from Samsung — though you will pay for the privilege.