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  1. Sep 2021
    1. It’s currently estimated that more than 50,000 satellites will be deployed by 2030 and if those estimates hold up, we will end up launching four times a number of satellites in the next decade than in the previous six decades combined.”

      Are we going to have the space for all of that? Maybe around other planets as well.

    2. Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday announced that Terran Orbital will invest $300 million in Florida’s Space Coast by bringing its commercial spacecraft and constellation facility -- and 2,000 new jobs -- to Space Florida on Merritt Island.

      This is a micro starlight company which is also into the idea of the swarm.

  2. Jun 2021
    1. “There is far too much misinformation and disinformation polluting the public discourse over human-caused climate change. Climate Feedback provides a critical forum for true experts from within the scientific community to fact-check claims about the science and litigate the inevitable disputes that arise in media coverage of this politically-contentious topic.”

      — Michael Mann, Distinguished Professor, Penn State University

    2. scientists

      Hypothesis in a particularly effective way is Climate Feedback. A non-profit effort run out of UC Berkeley, it represents a group of nearly 200 high-profile climate scientists that use web annotation to mark up climate change media articles, adding contextual information and highlighting factual inaccuracies and faulty reasoning.

      Climate Feedback is paving the way for a new kind of fact-checking, crowdsourced directly among scientists with relevant expertise, providing in-depth analysis on a whole article, as well as “fact-checking” a number of claims at once.

      Event: Journalism & Fact-checking at I Annotate 2017 Fact-checkers and journalists came together at the fifth-annual I Annotate conference to talk about how annotation is enriching the ways we produce and consume both news and facts.

    1. Fei-Fei Li is the director of the Computer and Human Vision Lab within the legendary Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. While her research interests and breakthrough contributions to the field are wide-ranging, I want to focus briefly on a 2009 study she and her colleagues did at Princeton, before Dr. Li's selection to head the prestigious Stanford Vision Lab. "Towards Total Scene Understanding: Classification, Annotation and Segmentation in an Automatic Framework"

    2. Fei-Fei Li is the director of the Computer and Human Vision Lab within the legendary Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. While her research interests and breakthrough contributions to the field are wide-ranging, I want to focus briefly on a 2009 study she and her colleagues did at Princeton, before Dr. Li's selection to head the prestigious Stanford Vision Lab. "Towards Total Scene Understanding: Classification, Annotation and Segmentation in an Automatic Framework" is a

      Fei-Fei Li is the director of the Computer and Human Vision Lab within the legendary Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. While her research interests and breakthrough contributions to the field are wide-ranging, I want to focus briefly on a 2009 study she and her colleagues did at Princeton, before Dr. Li's selection to head the prestigious Stanford Vision Lab. "Towards Total Scene Understanding: Classification, Annotation and Segmentation in an Automatic Framework" i

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      Create one by selecting some text and clicking the button. and after that it all went to hell