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Descendant

Posted on Sep 8, 2021 6:09:34 PM by Emily Szymanski in Student Work, in UAT News

Descendant was created for UAT’s Storyboarding course. It follows the tale of two sides in a multi-generational war. The two sides, which are tense around each-other, end up battling due to a misinterpretation.

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Creative Artificial Intelligence

Posted on Jul 1, 2021 1:21:00 PM by Kody Mitchell

Most people would think that a program, even artificial intelligence, could not do something creative such as create art or compose music. Those kinds of skills are reserved for humans who innately possess creative qualities. But what would you think if I told you that AI has already learned how to draw, how to compose music, how to carry a conversation, and so much more? For example, here is the picture of a person: 

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AI: Pixels faces into Photos

Posted on Jun 26, 2021 1:21:00 PM by Isis Boone in Artificial Intelligence

Do you ever wonder how much AI can be modified and turned into something else? Something cool or innovative that could help someone or society in any way. I wondered that too as I am studying Artificial Intelligence at the University of Advancing Technology. Looking into articles on how AI can be innovated or changed for the better or maybe the worse. During my Research, I found something cool I have not seen before that had to do with the future of AI.

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Some of the Best 3D Printers on the Market

Posted on Jun 8, 2021 1:22:00 PM by Isis Boone in 3D printers, in 3D modeling

As someone who is passionate for 3D printing, I would want to know what the best 3D printer are out on the market that are affordable but worth what you want them for. I did some research after going through the different types of 3D printers that I would want for business purposes. I currently just purchase an Ender 5 Pro 3D printer made by Creatily. I am happy with my purchase as it works for what I need to do for commissions. Let’s get into it!

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Machine Learning Magic

Posted on May 18, 2021 1:34:25 PM by Kody Mitchell

The term Machine Learning gets thrown around a lot recently, but what does it really mean and how does it work? Imagine a task that is simple for us humans, reading a sentence, or even just recognizing a character on a piece of paper. That is a task so simple that it is literally taught to 5-year-olds, some of which are not yet trained how to use a toilet, but for a computer this is normally a very difficult task. A program is a collection of statements and conditions, meaning that the programmer tells a computer what to do for every situation it encounters. This is not possible for things like handwriting; everyone writes differently. So how can machines read handwriting? That is where machine learning comes in.

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Hobbies and Stress Relief

Posted on Apr 14, 2021 1:35:00 PM by Isis Boone in Dealing with stress, in Hobbies

Do you have a hobby that makes you feel like everything is all good in your world? Hobbies are a great way to spend your open time to be productive and learn something new. Spending time on an activity that you have fun with or enjoy can improve your mental health. Among all the research having a hobby, you are less likely to suffer from stress, low moods, and depression. Have you found your hobby that lets you let go? Having a hobby can either be a personal thing or a group thing, depending on what you want it to be. A hobby can be anything you enjoy enough to keep doing it time and time again.

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How Does the Internet Work?

Posted on Apr 6, 2021 1:36:00 PM by Kody Mitchell

The Internet, the information superhighway, the global hivemind. The Internet has many names, but what is it really and how does it work? The Internet is comprised of billions of computers that are all connected together. But this isn't a haphazard connection, it is all organized in a very efficient manner. When you type in the name of a website in your browser, such as uat.edu, your browser doesn't actually know what computer to connect to in order to retrieve that website. First it takes the address you put in and asks a Domain Name System, or DNS, name server where it should go. It does this by converting the name of the address into an IP Address and sending it back to the computer that asked for it. The IP address is then directly connected to by your computer and retrieves the desired information.

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Golang the new standard for malware langauge?

Posted on Mar 30, 2021 1:37:00 PM by Marcos Xochihua in Cyber Security, in Malware, in Network Security, in GoLang

In a recent security report by cybersecurity firm Intezer, they reported that a huge spike of malware strains being coded in Go programming has increased about 2,000% in recent years. 

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VMware vulnerability leaves about 6,700 servers ripe for the picking.

Posted on Mar 4, 2021 8:50:00 AM by Marcos Xochihua in Cyber Security, in virtual machines

VMware vCenter servers have been hit in a new attack which left them exposed and vulnerable by the hackers which allowed them to take over any unpatched machine and take over companies' entire networks. Mind you this is about 6,700 servers that are at risk.

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DOTA: Dragon's Blood

Posted on Mar 2, 2021 8:51:00 AM by Isis Boone in anime, in Dota 2, in new

Have you ever watched an anime based on a game, you know besides Pokémon or Danganronpa? Well, I have news for you!

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