AI pilot ‘sees’ runway and lands automatically

A plane lands successfully thanks to a computer able to detect the runway visually.
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What Draymond sees: The Warriors star details his unique game

Zach Lowe picks 10 plays from this postseason and asks Draymond Green to take us inside his mind.
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Game Of Thrones re-make petition sees huge boost after finale (spoiler free)

The petition encouraging the Game Of Thrones writers to re-make the last season of the show has seen a huge boost in signatures following the final ever episode, taking the total number of names to more than 1.2 million.
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Boston sees how far it needs to go to meet Golden State

The Celtics had a golden opportunity to beat the defending champion — but familiar issues are keeping them from reaching their potential.
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Google hearing sees ‘idiot’ trending

A question about why typing “idiot” into Google throws up pictures of President Trump sees the term trend.
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The New Vanguard: Makaya McCraven Sees the Future of Jazz Through Layers of History

The Chicago-based drummer keeps expanding his communal improvisational process. He released the album “Universal Beings” in October to wide acclaim.
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Netflix Sees Oscar Gold in ‘Roma,’ but Hollywood Isn’t So Sure

Netflix has its best shot yet at a major Academy Award with “Roma,” a portrait of a nanny in 1970s Mexico. But first the company must contend with forces within Hollywood that have no interest in helping it win.
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Dying Light: Bad Blood’s Steam Debut Sees Fewer Than 500 Players at Its Peak

Dying Light’s battle royale standalone failed to impress during its debut week on Steam.

Techland’s attempt at hopping on the battle royale bandwagon hasn’t panned out very well so far, with Bad Blood peaking at 455 concurrent players during its first week on Steam, according to GitHyp.

The figure has continued to fall since then, with the concurrent player count falling to below 100 this week.

Dying Light: Bad Blood launched as a $ 20/ £16 standalone on September 13, and has mixed reviews on Steam, compared to Dying Light’s very positive reviews, and while it’s still in Early Access, it doesn’t seem to have generated much interest in the community, judging by the player count.

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Samsung Sees End to Streak of Record Earnings

Samsung Electronics estimates its second-quarter operating profit was up 5% from a year earlier, missing analyst estimates and ending its streak of record quarters at four.
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Nonfiction: America Has Gone Off the Rails. Steven Brill Sees Ways to Get It Back on Track.

In “Tailspin,” Brill looks at many problems plaguing the country, and the people who are offering solutions.
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‘Unlikely’ string of events sees Alexa go rogue

An American woman says she feels “invaded” after an Amazon Alexa device recorded a private conversation and sent it to a random contact without being asked to.
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In Kanye West, the Right Sees Truth-Telling and a Rare A-List Ally

The rapper’s Twitter support of President Trump has been cheered by conservatives eager for a pop-culture champion.
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Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Sees ‘Potential’ of Trade War

The U.S. is willing to negotiate with China to avoid an all-out trade war, but President Donald Trump is determined to safeguard U.S. interests, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.
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Oh Snap! Jenner’s tweet sees Snapchat shares fall

A tweet by Kylie Jenner led to a $ 1.3bn (£930m) fall in the value Snap Inc, the parent company of Snapchat.
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Khloe Kardashian Sees the Positive in Rob & Chyna's Drama

On "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," Khloe and Kim chat about their brother's ongoing feud with his baby mama.
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Bitcoin slump sees trades suspended on certain exchanges

The virtual currency’s rollercoaster ride continues, sliding from almost $ 20,000 to $ 12,000 in a week.
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Bionic hand sees boy’s Christmas wish come true

A 10-year-old boy has told Sky News he will emulate his Star Wars hero when he’s given a bionic hand for Christmas.
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WITH…JARON LANIER: Soothsayer in the Hills Sees Silicon Valley’s Sinister Side

His house and his new book, “Dawn of the New Everything,” are both crammed full of strange and mesmerizing stuff.
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Mental health sees 300,000 people leave their jobs each year

Bosses are urged to help struggling staff, with mental health work plans and encouraging open discussion.
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Selfridges Sees Sales Surge 16% in Fiscal 2016-17

LONDON – Selfridges saw sales surge 16 percent in fiscal 2016-17 to 1.6 billion pounds, boosted by an expanded accessories hall and by Selfridges.com, which the retailer said exceeded expectations in the fiscal year ended January 28, 2017.
The privately held Selfridges said that operating profit climbed 18 percent to 180 million pounds year-on-year.
Paul Kelly, managing director of Selfridges Group, said the results came from the “success of our long-term planning, and implementation of an ambitious program of capital expenditure across all channels and stores.”
As reported, Selfridges is three years into a 300 million pound capital expenditure program, which has seen investment in the e-commerce site and the opening of phase one of its new accessories hall, with the second phase set to open at the end of November.
The full job will be completed in summer 2018, and Selfridges said the refurbished, expanded halls will become the largest destination for luxury accessories in the world.
The company said that more than 200 million pounds of additional sales were generated in 2016-17 from the e-commerce site, from newly refurbished spaces at the Birmingham and Manchester stores and from the bigger London store.
Anne Pitcher, Selfridges’ managing director, said there was growth across all product

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Goodbye Mr Chip: ‘Crisis’ sees Samsung boss quit

The chief executive of Samsung Electronics has resigned, with a warning that the South Korean technology giant is in the throes of an “unprecedented crisis”.
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Uniqlo Sees Marvel Fan-Favorites Spider-Man and Jessica Jones on Shirts

Do we need another hero? Uniqlo apparently thinks so.
The Fast Retail brand revealed exclusively to WWD that the theme of its 2018 UTGP, or Uniqlo T-Shirt Grand Prix contest, is Marvel.
“We hope this will inspire artists and fans around the world to participate in UTGP in new and unique ways,” said Rei Matsunuma, Uniqlo director of the UT collaboration business, adding that submissions for the contest will be accepted starting Monday through Aug. 31.
The partnership between Marvel and Uniqlo isn’t a big surprise. Marvel is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Walt Disney Co., with which Uniqlo has had a relationship since 2009.
“Magic for All,” Uniqlo’s partnership with Disney, will introduce three new collections online and in select stores. Mickey Travels, with designs based on the early Mickey Mouse short film, “Steamboat Willie,” and comic strips from the Thirties, bows on July 31. Besides tote bags, makeup bags and graphic T-shirts, there are sweatshirts, sweaters and souvenir jackets with designs such as Minnie Mouse with a Japanese volcano framed by cherry blossoms, on the back.
The Disney textile collection for babies and children is launching next month. Cathy Nordstrom designed patterns with characters such as Bambi and Chip and Dale in a soft

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Sharp Sees Salvation in Appliances

The recovery plan for troubled Japanese electronics maker Sharp: Become a major global appliance maker under the wing of its Taiwanese parent, Foxconn Technology Group.
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Mentor to Popovich and Brown sees beauty in contrasting styles

Mentor to Popovich and Brown sees beauty in contrasting styles
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Ermenegildo Zegna Profitability, Sales Dented in 2016; CEO Sees Growth in 2017

MILAN — Putting 2016 down as “a transitional” year, Gildo Zegna, chief executive officer of the Ermenegildo Zegna Group, is banking on a new brand strategy, the company’s newly reorganized structure and a rebound in China and Europe to boost business in 2017.
“I am confident we will grow again this year; we started off on the right foot,” said Zegna in a phone interview ahead of boarding a plane for Dubai to join artistic director Alessandro Sartori on a number of personal appearances in the region. “One-on-one relations are fundamental, Alex is almost like a personal stylist in some cases,” said Zegna.
While 2017 looks promising, results last year were hit by extraordinary costs and write-offs, as well as lackluster sales in the group’s main markets.
In 2016, Zegna’s net profit fell 55.5 percent to 20 million euros, or $ 22 million, from 45 million euros, or $ 49.9 million, in 2015.
Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization dropped 14.3 percent to 125 million euros, or $ 137.5 million, from 146 million euros, or $ 162 million, the previous year.
Revenues decreased 8.2 percent to 1.15 billion euros, or $ 1.26 billion, compared with 1.26 billion euros, or $ 1.4 billion, in 2015. At constant exchange, sales were down

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Sheryl Crow Checks the Mirror, and Plays What She Sees

The singer-songwriter reaches back to her 1990s heyday to face the present on her new album, “Be Myself.”
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Haggar Sees Growth From E-commerce as Department Store Business Slows

Haggar is having a moment.
The Dallas-based brand, which celebrated its 90th anniversary last year, had both the best-selling non-denim casual pant and dress pant at U.S. department stores and national chains in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to the NPD Group.
But for Michael Stitt, chief executive officer, there’s more growth to be had, particularly online.
Haggar just relaunched its web site, which is the fastest-growing portion of the business, with improved functionality that is intended to enhance the shopping experience.
“Online sales on Haggar.com grew by 28 percent last year,” Stitt said. “Our digital team spent the last eight months developing, testing and perfecting our new platform. Our new site offers the most extensive selection of Haggar pants and suit separates in an easy to navigate environment.”
The site includes a new pant finder that asks consumers a number of questions to help identify the right style pant. It also offers a reorder function for the first time.
Haggar hired a chief digital officer, Eve Richey, two years ago and the company is investing in direct-to-consumer capabilities, including spending $ 5 million to modernize its distribution center, Stitt said.
Although online is seen as a major growth area, mid-tier department stores still represent 75 percent of

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On Comedy: Meet Julio Torres, the New ‘S.N.L.’ Star No One Sees

He has never appeared on the show. But if you’ve been surprised by incongruously dreamy comedy this season, chances are he had something to do with it.
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Frieze London Sees Strong Sales, So Far, in an Uneasy Economic Climate

ARTFUL DODGING: Frieze Art, the London contemporary art fair, wrapped up Saturday with sold-out stands and no hint — yet — of cash-strapped collectors or repercussions from the economic slowdown in China. In the third quarter, the country notched its slowest growth in six years.
“A lot of our galleries are experiencing their best Frieze ever,” said Abby Bangster, the artistic director for Frieze Americas and Asia. “I’ve spoken to the galleries that are based in China and are here, and they have completely sold out. It’s not just Chinese buying Chinese, they have big London and American buyers. We also have a good number of Chinese collectors. We so far have not been impacted, but it is certainly something that we’re watching.”
The 13th edition of the four-day fair, held at Regent’s Park in London, saw 164 galleries from 27 countries take part. Galleries showcased works by artists including Camille Henrot; Mary Weatherford; Gabriel Orozco; Abraham Cruzvillegas, and Jimmie Durham.
While Frieze did not disclose the total amount of sales at the fair, it did release some figures from individual galleries. White Cube sold a painting by Damien Hirst for 750,000 pounds, or $ 1.16 million, while a work by Gabriel Orozco sold for $ 900,000 at Kurimanzutto. An oil painting by Chris Ofili

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Woman Sees Donald Trump In Her Vegan Butter

I can’t believe it’s not Donald!

Jan Castellano was getting ready to have some breakfast when she almost lost her lunch. She opened a tub of Earth Balance Organic Spread with plans to put the vegan butter on her toast — only to see what she claims is the image of Donald Trump looking right back at her.

It wasn’t necessarily appetizing, but it was entertaining.

“This was pretty much before I had coffee, so I was easily amused,” Castellano, 63, told The Huffington Post. “I needed to put on my glasses to make sure it was him.”

Castellano, of Wildwood, Missouri, says she wasn’t thrilled to see The Donald, mainly because “he is everywhere these days.”

She thought about saving the Trump-enhanced spread and sell it on eBay “so I could donate the money to Hillary Clinton.”

But short-term hunger won out over long-term wealth.

“It was the only butter I had, so I had to make the sacrifice,” she explained.

Currently, only Trump’s eye and part of his mouth remain in the tub, and Castellano hopes his campaign “melts away like butter” as well.

HuffPost reached out to Earth Balance to see if the Trump face was intentional, but the company had no comment. 

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Woman Sees Donald Trump In Her Vegan Butter

I can’t believe it’s not Donald!

Jan Castellano was getting ready to have some breakfast when she almost lost her lunch. She opened a tub of Earth Balance Organic Spread with plans to put the vegan butter on her toast — only to see what she claims is the image of Donald Trump looking right back at her.

It wasn’t necessarily appetizing, but it was entertaining.

“This was pretty much before I had coffee, so I was easily amused,” Castellano, 63, told The Huffington Post. “I needed to put on my glasses to make sure it was him.”

Castellano, of Wildwood, Missouri, says she wasn’t thrilled to see The Donald, mainly because “he is everywhere these days.”

She thought about saving the Trump-enhanced spread and sell it on eBay “so I could donate the money to Hillary Clinton.”

But short-term hunger won out over long-term wealth.

“It was the only butter I had, so I had to make the sacrifice,” she explained.

Currently, only Trump’s eye and part of his mouth remain in the tub, and Castellano hopes his campaign “melts away like butter” as well.

HuffPost reached out to Earth Balance to see if the Trump face was intentional, but the company had no comment. 

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Emotional Groom Loses It When He Sees His Bride Coming Down The Aisle

When groom Conner Courtney saw his bride Hannah make her way down the aisle, he was overcome with an intense rush of emotion, breaking down in tears.

The groom’s mom Kara recorded the powerful moment from the couple’s wedding earlier this month, and uploaded it to Facebook where it has been viewed more than 1.8 million times at the time of publication.

“I had to turn my back and breathe or I was going to lose it once the music started,” Conner told The Huffington Post. “I told Hannah’s brother [who was officiating the wedding] to tell me when she was there so I could turn around. The moment I saw her was like seeing my entire life right in front of me.”

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“I’m usually good with handling my emotions, but after seeing her and her smile, it was tears of pure happiness and a radiance of love,” the groom said. “I wanted to express that to her, and that’s how it came out.”

Conner and Hannah — who first met at the gym in 2013 — tied the knot at the bride’s uncle’s home in Arcadia, Oklahoma on June 13 in a rustic-style celebration. Hannah told HuffPost that she “figured [she] would get a few tears out of Conner” at the ceremony, but was still taken aback by his passionate reaction.

“All I could do was smile the biggest smile and cry the happiest tears,” she said. “The look on Conner’s face made my heart feel like it was going to burst because I felt so full of love. But when I look back at that day now, I really am not surprised by his reaction because he shows me that much love every day.”

Watch the video above. Fast-forward to the 1:00 mark to see the big moment.

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Watch What Happens When This Young Couple Sees What They Will Look Like In 70 Years

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By Sue Campbell

If you haven’t yet seen the viral video showing a couple in their 20s get transformed by makeup artists to look age 50, 70 and 90, take five minutes to watch it (below). The video will make you think about sterotypes of aging and also about what it means to grow old with a partner.

It centers on Kristie and Tavis, who are to be married in a month. They’ve agreed to this experiement and are eager to share it with their families. “My mom thinks this is the coolest thing ever,” Kristie says. “She said, ‘What a treat for us because we’ll probably be gone when you’re that age, so we’ll get to see what you would maybe look like.”

The makeup artists get to work, and when the couple hits 50, Tavis is delighted by Kristie’s looks. They expect, they say, that they’ll be living a sterotypical kind of life, raising teenagers and joining the PTA. At 70, they turn a bit emotional. “I can’t help but think about what the potential last 50 years would hold,” Tavis says. “To see her look like this makes me think of where we have gone, what would have happened in between.”

To see a young couple ponder time’s passing, believe the years will keep them together and accept one another’s aging faces with love reveals the commitment they feel. It’s sweet and tender to watch.

At 90, they weep. The pair instinctively grasps that there’s deep comfort to be found in long relationships. They talk about what their last words to each other would be. “I would want to make sure he knew how much I love him and how important he’s been to me,” Kristie says. “I’m a better person because of you,” Tavis says.

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Dog Sees Sunny Field, Instantly Transforms Into Kangaroo

It’s entirely possible that no dog on Earth was as happy as Megan the lurcher when she found this grassy field.

Watch Megan get some serious air as she and her Jack Russell friend Molly discover the joys of life:

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