Google has made its “inceptionism” algorithm available to all, allowing coders around the world to replicate the process the company used to create mesmerising dreamscapes with its image processing neural-network.
New York Jets star Sheldon Richardson and San Diego’s Antonio Gates have each been suspended for the first four games of the NFL season for violating the league’s policy on drugs.
A downhearted Rafael Nadal has vowed to do everything he can to regain the form that brought him two Wimbledon titles, having suffered an earlier than expected defeat for the fourth year in a row.
Andy Murray and James Ward are through to the third round at Wimbledon, a resurgence of sorts for British tennis given the last time two of its men advanced this far was 13 years ago when Tim Henman and Greg Rusedski were contenders, although it is hardly an occasion to get out the bunting and brass bands just yet.
Still struggling with an off-the-pace and recalcitrant car, Jenson Button knows a podium place is almost certainly beyond his McLaren-Honda at the British Grand Prix this weekend.
No matter his talent, Phil Walsh believed it was grit that lifted him from Hamilton, in western Victoria, on to the game’s biggest stage.
Imagine you were the first person to actually observe dark matter. I’m guessing here, but I’d reckon the temptation to make a bit of a song and dance about it would be quite high.
A Muslim mayor of London would send a message to all “the haters in Iraq and in Syria” that the city is a beacon of tolerance and respect, Sadiq Khan, one of Labour candidates for the job, has said.
An influx of MPs with surnames starting with Mc are creating long queues in the voting lobbies of the House of Commons, a Conservative MP has complained.