Glitches head to world FIRST Lego League competition – Alamogordo Daily News

Alamogordo Daily News Glitches head to world FIRST Lego League competition Alamogordo Daily News “It's a watering system, using a Raspberry Pi computer, and it's got senors on it that detect temperature, humidity, soil moisture, soil type and precipitation,” said Coach Sarah Cerra. “The idea is that you would attach this little Raspberry Pi to ..

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Glitches head to world FIRST Lego League competition – Alamogordo Daily News

Alamogordo Daily News Glitches head to world FIRST Lego League competition Alamogordo Daily News “It's a watering system, using a Raspberry Pi computer, and it's got senors on it that detect temperature, humidity, soil moisture, soil type and precipitation,” said Coach Sarah Cerra. “The idea is that you would attach this little Raspberry Pi to ..

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Tech Savvy High Schoolers – Channel 7 Daily News

Channel 7 Daily News Tech Savvy High Schoolers Channel 7 Daily News Last year in March, we showed you the tech savy high schoolers who participated in the first annual Raspberry Pi Jam. It's a competition which the Public Utilities Commission put together in partnership with the Ministry of Education to try to … and more »

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The Raspberry Pi Jam Takes over the Princess – channel5belize

Channel 7 Daily News The Raspberry Pi Jam Takes over the Princess channel5belize It was created in 2008 and first brought to Belize seven years later. But the Raspberry Pi computer has become the base of the Public Utilities Commission's Young Innovators Program. The P.U.C.'s vision is to support the country's future inventors ..

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Raspberry Pi AI vs USAF colonel: Guess who wins in sim dogfight? – ZDNet

The Register Raspberry Pi AI vs USAF colonel: Guess who wins in sim dogfight? ZDNet Retired US Air Force colonel Gene Lee has been fighting and winning against AI opponents in simulators since the 1980s, but the seasoned tactical expert has admitted defeat to ALPHA, which only required the power of a Raspberry Pi to outmaneuver him.

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Raspberry Pi-Powered AI Beats Human Pilot in Dogfight – Newsweek

Newsweek Raspberry Pi -Powered AI Beats Human Pilot in Dogfight Newsweek When the Raspberry Pi computer was first launched in 2012 to promote the teaching of computer science, its creators probably didn't imagine the $35 device would one day take on a professional fighter pilot in a dogfight—and win. But that is exactly …

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