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Alessandro Mascellino
City University, London

Hello I'm Alessandro, Journalism student at City University London.

 

My hobbies include tech geek-ism, music and story telling!

 

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A new deep learning algorithm has been trained to understand beauty.

Beauty is in the AI of the beholder

A new deep learning algorithm has been trained to understand beauty.

From the UK to the America's Got Talent show - Tom London is a magician of the future.

Meet Tom London, the magician who’s changing the face of magic in Britain

From the UK to the America's Got Talent show - Tom London is a magician of the future.

Steve Pinhay, Head of Screen Enterprise at Met Film School, explains.

How ten years of the iPhone has revolutionised film creation

Steve Pinhay, Head of Screen Enterprise at Met Film School, explains.

What it does and how to stop it.
It's called Uptime and looks very much like Facebook Live.

Want to watch YouTube videos in real-time with your friends? Google has the app for you

It's called Uptime and looks very much like Facebook Live.

6 things we learnt at last week's AI event in London.

Artificial Intelligence: Inspiring Reality or Dystopian Future?

6 things we learnt at last week's AI event in London.

The credentials would reveal private log-in details of 1,000 British MPs, 7,000 police employees and more than 1,000 Foreign Office officials.

Passwords for Sale: Russian Hackers Hit Again

The credentials would reveal private log-in details of 1,000 British MPs, 7,000 police employees and more than 1,000 Foreign Office officials.

The announcement comes from former US Attorney Eric Holder and suggests a list of recommendations to improve Uber's ethos.

Uber CEO resigns after six-months of scandals

The announcement comes from former US Attorney Eric Holder and suggests a list of recommendations to improve Uber's ethos.

Casualties are expected to rise further.

Grenfell Tower fire leaves 6 dead and over 70 in hospital

Casualties are expected to rise further.

The extremely high turnout of young people and the fall of the Tories.

How UK students turned the tide of this General Election

The extremely high turnout of young people and the fall of the Tories.

From futuristic-shaped cars to self-driving ones, the Shell Echo Marathon promises thrill for all tastes

We tested the ultra-energy-efficient vehicles that are going to revolutionise driving

From futuristic-shaped cars to self-driving ones, the Shell Echo Marathon promises thrill for all tastes

It is called Project Myron and it's a  fully immersive 8-player  shooter.

Dutch students develop first full-body gaming VR experience

It is called Project Myron and it's a fully immersive 8-player shooter.

From note-taking to mind maps, we've got you covered.

Four revision apps to save your summer exam session

From note-taking to mind maps, we've got you covered.

The Bureau would be storing more than half of all Americans' pictures.

FBI grilled by law-makers on improper use of Facial Recognition Software

The Bureau would be storing more than half of all Americans' pictures.

The software allows users to relate to others in a variety of scenarios and challenges them to confront social anxieties.

Student develops VR software to help overcome speech disorders and social anxiety

The software allows users to relate to others in a variety of scenarios and challenges them to confront social anxieties.

While Chinese travellers go all in...

Old-school Europeans still prefer travel agencies over apps

While Chinese travellers go all in...

The festival will bring together thousands of players ready to compete for an overall prize of £12,500

BYOC (your own computer) tournaments at the Insomnia gaming festival

The festival will bring together thousands of players ready to compete for an overall prize of £12,500

The Insomnia Festival will be back in Birmingham for its 59th edition to entertain and astonish thousands of gaming and tech fans.

Here's why you need to go to Insomnia gaming festival 2016

The Insomnia Festival will be back in Birmingham for its 59th edition to entertain and astonish thousands of gaming and tech fans.

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