Building Jarvis

My personal challenge for 2016 was to build a simple AI to run my home — like Jarvis in Iron Man. My goal was to learn about the state of artificial intelligence — where we’re further along than people realize and where we’re still a long ways off. These challenges always lead me to learn more than I expected, and this one also gave me a better sense of all the internal technology Facebook engineers get to use, as well as a thorough overview of home automation. So far this year, I’ve built a simple AI that I can talk to on my phone and computer, that can control my home, including lights, temperature, appliances, music and security, that learns my tastes and patterns, that can learn new words and concepts, and that can even entertain Max. It uses several artificial intelligence techniques, including natural language processing, speech recognition, face


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Container Runtime Interface (CRI) in Kubernetes

Editor’s note: this post is part of a series of in-depth articles on what’s new in Kubernetes 1.5

At the lowest layers of a Kubernetes node is the software that, among other things, starts and stops containers. We call this the “Container Runtime”. The most widely known container runtime is Docker, but it is not alone in this space. In fact, the container runtime space has been rapidly evolving. As part of the effort to make Kubernetes more extensible, we’ve been working on a new plugin API for container runtimes in Kubernetes, called “CRI”.

What is the CRI and why does Kubernetes need it?
Each container runtime has it own strengths, and many users have asked for Kubernetes to support more runtimes. In the Kubernetes 1.5 release, we are proud to introduce the Container Runtime Interface (CRI) — a plugin interface which enables kubelet to use a wide variety of container runtimes, without


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Linux Kernels 4.8.15 and 4.4.39 LTS Are Out with PowerPC and SPARC Improvements

 softpedia: Linux kernel 4.8.15 changes a total of 37 files, with 240 insertions and 139 deletions, and only 20 files have been changed in Linux kernel 4.4.39 LTS, with 129 insertions and 59 deletions.


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Piwik 3.0.0

We are extremely proud to announce Piwik 3.0.0!
What’s new?
Piwik 3.0.0 brings many improvements to Piwik, including a full redesign of the application, security improvements and several major improvements in the core analytics platform and core plugins APIs.
Piwik 3.0.0 is a major step towards making Piwik the most usable and versatile open analytics platform. We have big plans for Piwik for the future and we hope you will continue to support us in our mission, by using Piwik, spreading the word to everyone, maybe donating towards the project, and later by purchasing our services and products (stay tuned for upcoming announcements!).
Also, just to keep you all posted. We, the Piwik creators and core engineers, are no longer related or working with Piwik PRO, and we have founded a new company: InnoCraft which supports Piwik and our mission going forward.
This release could only be possible thanks to our dedication


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OpenSSH 7.4 released

OpenSSH 7.4 has just been released. It will be available from the
mirrors listed at http://www.openssh.com/ shortly.

OpenSSH is a 100% complete SSH protocol 2.0 implementation and
includes sftp client and server support. OpenSSH also includes
transitional support for the legacy SSH 1.3 and 1.5 protocols
that may be enabled at compile-time.

Once again, we would like to thank the OpenSSH community for their
continued support of the project, especially those who contributed
code or patches, reported bugs, tested snapshots or donated to the
project. More information on donations may be found at:
http://www.openssh.com/donations.html

Future deprecation notice
=========================

We plan on retiring more legacy cryptography in future releases,
specifically:

* In approximately August 2017, removing remaining support for the
SSH v.1 protocol (client-only and currently compile-time disabled).

* In the same release, removing support for Blowfish and RC4 ciphers
and the RIPE-MD160 HMAC. (These are currently run-time disabled).

* Refusing all RSA keys smaller than 1024 bits (the current minimum
is 768 bits)

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