India’s First RoboCop Police : Joins Kerala Police

Robocop joins Kerala Police: India’s First RoboCop Police

Robocop is India’s first humanoid Police robot that will work at the Kerala Police Headquarters in the state capital.

It has been given the Sub Inspector (SI) rank. Before long, when you enter the Kerala Police Headquarters in the state capital, you would be welcomed by a robot.

Robocop was introduced by Kerala’s Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and is entrusted with accepting guests and helping them get to the office they’re searching for.

The Robocop has a multi-touch screen and ultrasonic, proximity and temperature sensors. It is likewise worked to the limit of working nonstop.

It is likewise prepared to encourage video call with a predominant officer, whenever approved. Ultimately, it is fit for perceiving its bosses and welcome them with a salute.

“Women empowerment and gender equality were kept in mind while deciding on the gender of the first robot. Also, the fact that most front office jobs are managed by women was considered,” the Director General of Police (DGP) Loknath Behra said.

Robocop will likewise accumulate data of guests so as to set arrangements and furthermore issue guests ID, set up case document on a grievance or appeal by the guest.

The robot will be furnished with extra sensors, for example, metal and IED indicators, gas sensors, warm imaging and facial signal acknowledgement among others, to address the well being and security worries of its individual officers and the working environment.

 

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Intel Core i9-9900KFC Processor Listed In AIDA64 – An 8 Core, 16 Thread Chip Minus The Integrated Graphics & Fried Chicken

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Intel has named their processors really weirdly in the past, may it be the Broadwell desktop lineup or the more recent Core M (7th Gen Parts). Now Intel is releasing another processor under the 9th Generation branding which sounds like it’s coming straight out of Kentucky Fried Chicken. Yes, this is the Core i9-9900KFC, which was recently detected in the latest version of AIDA64.

Intel Core i9-9900KFC Spotted By AIDA64 – 8 Cores, 16 Threads, No IGP But Is It Finger-Lickin’ Good?

Intel’s Core i9-9900KFC processor number was detected by AIDA64 and has been listed in the new version, Anandtech reports. There are no details mentioned aside from the codename, but there’s a lot that the name itself reveals about this chip. First of all, the Core i9-9900KFC seems like a new variation of the Core i9-9900K. This processor would be the fourth variation of the Core i9-9900K which was introduced last year.

617 million accounts from 16 hacked websites are reportedly being sold on the dark Web.

617 million accounts from 16 hacked websites are reportedly being sold on the dark Web.

The hacked account information is said to include names, email addresses, encrypted passwords, location information, social media authentication tokens, and personal details.

List of hacked websites:

Dubsmash (162 million details)
MyFitnessPal (151 million details)
MyHeritage (92 million details)
ShareThis (41 million details)
HauteLook (28 million details)
Animoto (25 million details)
EyeEm (22 million details)
8fit (20 million details)
Whitepages (18 million details)
Fotolog (16 million details)
500px (15 million details)
Armor Games (11 million details)
BookMate (8 million details)
CoffeeMeetsBagel (6 million details)
Artsy (1 million details)
DataCamp (700,000 details)

What to do now?

If you are a user of any of the websites and apps mentioned above, it is most important that you immediately change your password.
If you have used the same password on any other websites, change it on that website as well. It is not recommended to reuse passwords.

Google Is Working On Adding Dark Mode To Chrome For Android

A piece of delightful news has come out from Google that it is working on adding dark mode theme to Chrome for Android platform.

The ‘dark mode’ concept is on hype and most of the popular apps are now offering this feature to their users.

But it is pretty much disappointing for the most used web browser “Google Chrome” as it still not able to get this pleasant feature.

Two days back Google confirms via alike that a system-dark-mode is coming to Android Q.

But unless all the apps we use doesn’t have support dark mode, it won’t really matter. That’s why it is so excited to hear that Chrome for Android is planning to test the ‘dark mode concept’.

The latest feature posted to Chromium Gerrit was first spotted by 9to5google yesterday.

From the Gerrit is clearly shown that Google has been working on dark mode for Chrome for Android.

The Grerrit states that :

[Dark] Add build flag and experiment flag This patch adds a build flag and an experiment flag for the dark mode experiment. It will exclude the night- resources in the build for now.

Though the dark mode is hidden behind additional build flag, so we won’t able to try the dark mode on Chrome for Android.

But when the dark mode will get ready for the test, it should be available under a flag i.e ‘enable android night mode’. But it may take a little bit more time to be available for all users.

Android Q Features

Android Q news is starting to arrive bit by bit, largely due to an early AOSP build that’s been doing the rounds. Probably the most welcome enhancement — other than the much-anticipated system-wide dark mode — is an overhaul to the privacy and permissions settings.

1) SYSTEM WIDE DARK MODE

2) NATIVE DESKTOP MODE

3) IMPROVE FACE RECOGNITION

4) SMART LOCK IMPROVEMENTS

5) MORE CONTROL ON PERMISSIONS

6) NATIVE SCREEN RECORDING

7) ANDROID PREVIEW

8) OS DOWNGRADE

9) FONT SHAPES

10) BETTER SCREEN ADAPTATION

LIST OF COUNTRIES WITH NUCLEAR WEAPONS

There are about 14,500 nuclear weapons in the world. Here are the countries that have them

 

India

  • Total nuclear weapons: ~120 to 130
  • Total nuclear tests: ~3
  • First tested: May 1974
  • Most recent test: May 1998

Pakistan

  • Total nuclear weapons: ~130 to 140
  • Total nuclear tests: ~2
  • First tested: May 1998
  • Most recent test: May 1998

United Kingdom

  • Total nuclear weapons: ~215
  • Total nuclear tests: ~45
  • First tested: October 1952
  • Most recent test: November 1991

China

  • Total nuclear weapons: ~270
  • Total nuclear tests: ~45
  • First tested: October 1964
  • Most recent test: July 1996

France

  • Total nuclear weapons: ~300
  • Total nuclear tests: ~210
  • First tested: February 1960
  • Most recent test: January 1996

United States

  • Total nuclear weapons: ~ 6,550
  • Total nuclear tests: ~ 1,030
  • First tested: July 1945
  • Most recent test: September 1992

Russia

  • Total nuclear weapons: ~6,800
  • Total nuclear tests: ~ 715
  • First tested: August 1949
  • Most recent test: October 1990

Difference between INDIA and FOREIGN EDUCATION SYSTEM

INDIA FOREIGN
FOCUS MORE ON THEORY RATHER THAN PRACTICAL    FOCUS MORE ON PRACTICAL BASED LEARNING
INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM TEACHES OLD TECHNOLOGIES. EDUCATION SYSTEM HASN’T CHANGED MUCH AFTER INDEPENDENCE. CURRICULUM CHANGES EVERYDAY ACCORDING TO UPGRADATION OF TECHNOLOGY AND REQUIREMENTS OF THE INDUSTRY.
STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO MEMORIZE FACTS AND FIGURES. IMPACT KNOWLEDGE IN STUDENTS THROUGH PRACTICAL IMPLEMENTATION.
STUDENTS ARE ADMITTED INTO STREAMS WHICH HAVE HIGHER PAY SCALE OR HIGHER NUMBER OF JOBS. STUDENTS ARE ADMITTED ACCORDING TO THEIR FIELD OF INTEREST.
INDIA EDUCATION IS BECOMING BUSINESS. TAKING FROM PRIVATIZATION OF EDUCATION TO TUITIONS AND COACHING INSTITUTE IN DUBAI; PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION IS FREE AND IT IS MADE COMPULSORY IN LAW.

Android Q will have Face ID and screen recording

Last year, Android Pie launched to tepid applause. At the time, most Android users were still waiting for the previous year’s Android Oreo update. Half a year later, the same story continues. Android Pie has only started to trickle down to consumers within the past few months.

Still, despite Android’s abysmal distribution, life goes on. Google is already developing Android Q. More details are gradually coming out as we near the traditional launch period. Currently, the early build has confirmed a system-wide dark mode.

 

Now, a newer build has revealed more upcoming features. Based on 9to5Google’s digging, Android Q will come with facial recognition, screen recording, and easier emergency contacting.

Facial recognition has been a feature for some Android phones already. Sadly, Android’s current version relies on image processing: scanning the image of a face, rather than the face itself. As such, the version is easily bypassed by pointing the correct photo at it.

Based on the new APK, Android Q will finally implement support for a more secure dot projector. Currently, Apple already uses the technology for its Face ID feature. Although Apple is already the first, Google’s own implementation will surely increase the system’s security.

Additionally, Android Q will have improved screen recording. Usually, Android phones need third-party software to record the screen. Only a handful of phones can record using pre-installed software.

Finally, a more accessible emergency contact button is coming to Android. Right now, the button lies in the lock screen. Its current location is still the most tactical, offering a discreet strategy during emergency situations. However, the button is hard to access if you’re already on the home screen. As such, Android Q will add another button on the home screen.

In the coming months, Android Q will likely launch more revolutionary features. However, today’s leaks are already painting an optimistic future for Android.

Domain name registrations were free till 1995

Nobody really knew what the internet was capable of back then and this was a huge opportunity for people to own all kinds of do domain names. It was in 1995 that a company called Network Solutions was granted the rights to charge people for domain names. And it was expensive too: prices typically started at $100 per two years of registration.

As much as 30 per cent of this was a fee that went to the National Science Foundation to create an ‘Internet Intellectual Infrastructure Fund’. This fee was later reversed in 1997, bringing the charge down to $70 for two years

 

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92 per cent of the world’s currency is digital

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Only an estimated 8 per cent of currency globally is physical money.

Banks store electronically too and the 92 per cent includes all kinds of transactions done using credit/debit cards and wire transfers. Might be a good idea to revisit all those hacker movies where a nerdy computer hacker manages to siphon billions off in just a few minutes.

All the black money piles come from within this 8 per cent. This is a fair estimate that economists seem to agree on though, not an exact figure. This low percentage seems absurd but when you stop to think, it makes sense considering that most large transactions are done electronically anyway.