Air Force vs. Navy prediction, odds, spread: 2022 Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy picks by proven computer model

The Navy Midshipmen begin their quest for a 17th Commander-In-Chief’s Trophy when they visit the Air Force Falcons on Saturday in the first leg of the annual series. Navy (1-2) has captured the trophy 11 times in the last 19 years to pull within four of the Falcons, who ranks first among the three US Military Academies with 20 awards. Army has won the trophy nine times while it has been shared on five occasions. The Midshipmen are looking to snap their four-game road losing streak against Air Force (3-1), which posted a 40-7 victory when it most recently hosted the matchup in 2020.

Kickoff at Falcon Stadium in Colorado Springs, Col. is set for noon ET. The Falcons are 14-point favorites in the latest Air Force vs. Navy odds from Caesars Sportsbook, while the over/under for total points scored is 38. Saturday’s game can be seen live on CBS

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USC ISI Research Shows a Promising Future for Animal-like Computer Vision – USC Viterbi

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When you pull out your smartphone to take a picture of a magical sunset or a loved one’s smile, your camera freezes what you see in a moment in time forever. Even though a camera lens can capture potent colors, textures, and remarkable details in one click, it will always fall short to the remarkable processing performance of a human eye.

Humans and animals have the ability to not only see, but to perceive. Our eyes–or rather our retinae–are processing information about our surroundings in real-time, and sending signals back to our brain. Through cameras, robots are able to capture events happening around them like us, but they haven’t been able to perceive like we do–until now. The latest ISI research is now available on biorxiv, IRIS: Integrated Retinal Functionality in Image Sensorsbridges this gap and makes retina-inspired computer vision a tangible reality.

The IRIS (Integrated Retinal

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Lions vs. Seahawks odds, line: 2022 NFL picks, Week 4 predictions from proven computer model

Geno Smith and the Seattle Seahawks (1-2) travel east to take on Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions (1-2) in a NFL Week 4 matchup at Ford Field on Sunday. Both teams are looking to bounce back from tough Week 3 losses. The Seahawks fell short at home, losing 27-23 to the Atlanta Falcons, while the Lions lost 28-24 to the Minnesota Vikings. The Lions will be without their two most explosive offensive players, as running back D’Andre Swift (shoulder) and wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown (ankle) have both ruled out for this matchup.

Detroit is favored by 3.5 points in the latest Lions vs. Seahawks odds from Caesars Sportsbook, and the over/under is set at 47.5. Before making any Seahawks vs. Lion Picks, you need to see the NFL predictions and betting advice from the red-hot simulation model at SportsLine.

The model, which simulates every NFL game 10,000

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Honolulu Man Pleads Guilty to Sabotaging Former Employer’s Computer Network | USAO-HI

HONOLULU – Casey K. Umetsu, Sr., age 40, of Honolulu, Hawaii, pleaded guilty today before United States District Judge Jill A. Otake to sabotaging his former employer’s computer network. Sentencing is set for January 19, 2023.

According to court documents and information presented in court, Umetsu worked as an information technology professional for a prominent Hawaii-based financial company between 2017 and 2019. In that role, Umetsu was responsible for administering the company’s computer network and assisting other employees with computer and technology problems. As part of his guilty plea, Umetsu admitted that, shortly after severing all ties with the company, he accessed a website the company used to manage its internet domain. After using his former employer’s credentials to access the company’s configuration settings on that website, Umetsu made numerous changes, including purposefully misdirecting web and email traffic to computers unaffiliated with the company, thereby incapacitating the company’s web presence

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Chandra Family Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Established

AUSTIN, Texas — Alumnus Sanjay Chandra and his family gave a generous gift to help support the future of the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Recognized as a national leader in research and education, with its programs consistently ranked among the top 10 in the country, it is the largest department in the Cockrell School, with more than 2,200 students and 80 faculty members.

“As a dedicated advocate for the value of higher education, Sanjay chose to give back to this department because of the powerful impact that his academic experiences had on his life and career,” said Roger Bonnecaze, dean of the Cockrell School of Engineering. “Sanjay and his family have been a fixture within the Cockrell School community for many years. Through the resources and educational experiences made possible by his gift, Sanjay and his family will have a significant impact on our community and leave a

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