Tagged: images

Using images to misinform - BioBlog

Alison Campbell Oct 02, 2018

The internet, while it can be a godsend if you need to find something out (gotta love google maps for directions), can also be a wretched hive of wrongness and misinformation. That misinformation can take many forms, but when it comes to 1080 it’s clear that those opposed to NZ’s use of this chemical firmly believe that a picture … Read More

AI can now make fake porn, making revenge porn even more complicated - Guest Work

Guest Author Mar 02, 2018

Nicola Henry, RMIT University; Anastasia Powell, RMIT University, and Asher Flynn, Monash University This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. In January this year, a new app was released that gives users the ability to swap out faces in a video with a different face obtained from … Read More

Stunning photos from NIWA scientists - News

John Kerr Oct 12, 2016

Being a scientist out in the field can be hard work, with long days in sometimes uncomfortable (or even dangerous) settings collecting data. But it does come with the opportunity for some unbelievable photos. NIWA, the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, has announced the winners of its annual photography competition: From one pole to the other, NIWA scientists work in some of the world’s most … Read More

How do you find images for your blog articles? - Code for life

Grant Jacobs May 04, 2011

To my patient followers–do I have any left?–I’m sorry for lack of writing for the last long while. My little cottage needed attention, still does. Work, as always, needs attention - still does, too. Faced with all this my writing today is brief and off-the-cuff. [caption id="attachment_6281" align="alignleft" width="231" caption="Source: http://xkcd.org/"][/caption] … Read More

View the sun using the cross image fader - Code for life

Grant Jacobs Apr 22, 2010

Kristian Larsen’s clever cross image fader lets you see regions of different temperatures on the sun on the WWW by moving a slider. (Source:SOHO,NASA) Sciblogs latest video shows some of the first images from astronomers’ latest ’toy’, the Hinode satellite. (Geeks can check out Nasa’s ’lite’ take on it’s technical specifications.) The satellite has … Read More