Deepfakes: between technological innovation and major security risk

The technology that leads to deepfakes (Contraction between “deep learning” and “fake”) was developed in 2014 by researcher Ian Goodfellow. It’s called GAN (Generative Adverarial Networks) and it’s based on two algorithms, one trying to reproduce and fake videos and the other trying to detect fakes. Thanks to this sophisticated system, the two algorithms work … Read more

Motorsport and the Magny-Cours circuit want to go green

The Nevers-Magny-Cours circuit will host a round of the FFSA French Circuit Championships from Friday 13th to Sunday 15th May. One of the events on display, the French F4 Championship, pits cars using 100% renewable fuel against each other. Designed by Spanish company Repsol and made from recycled waste, it reduces greenhouse gas emissions by … Read more

window film market

The window film market is expected to register a market growth rate of approximately 4.90% during the forecast period, 2021-2028. The wide global window film marketDocument is best for knowing the trends and opportunities in the DBMR industry. To fulfill the strategic and specific needs of the organization or business, the comprehensive market research report … Read more

7 ways to furnish your home with second hand

7 ways to furnish your home with second hand To write Thursday, May 12, 2022 updated on Thursday, May 12, 2022 vintage or new? Shutterstock Buying second-hand to furnish your home allows you to find anything you want. Modern, contemporary, new or vintage, old and steeped in history. We are always successful by finding what … Read more

Participatory Sciences: 5 programs that contribute to the study and protection of nature

On the street, in the shade of a park, or simply strolling in your garden – and at the same time contribute to science? This is possible thanks to the National Museum of Natural History’s (MNHN) Vigie Nature programs. While some of these biodiversity monitoring programs are aimed at specific target groups (experienced naturalists, students … Read more

Suffering from Parkinson’s disease and motivated by sport, he will connect Boulogne with Perpignan by bike

Born in Boulogne, he has been battling Parkinson’s disease for 12 years and aims to become the first neurostimulated person to cycle 1,236km. At the end of May, Frédéric Bellanger travels to Perpignan to help children with cancer. “Hello, my name is Fred Bellanger and I am a Sportsicament Ambassador “. When you meet Frédéric … Read more

Market for paint protection films in Europe

The Paint Protection Films market is anticipated to witness market growth during the forecast period, from 2021 to 2028. Data Bridge Market Research analyzes that the market will grow at a CAGR of 6.2% during the forecast period from 2021 to 2028 and is expected to reach USD 274,424.43 thousand by 2028. The paint protection … Read more

Why exercise is good for our brain – evening edition Ouest-France

By Guillermo LÓPEZ LLUCH, Researcher in Metabolism, Aging and Immune and Antioxidant Systems, Pablo de Olavide University (Spain) Can exercise really help maintain our mental and intellectual performance? Yes, answers a scientist who explains why physical activity keeps our brains from shrinking. Mens sana in corpore sano, a healthy mind in a healthy body. This … Read more