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Media Coverage of Project 3DC2 at Paris Air Show 2015

Together with Eyes3Shut and Télécom Bretagne, we presented a multiview collaborative system on the MINDEF (French MoD) stand during the Paris Air Show 2015. In order to demonstrate the DGA-funded 3DC2 project, Deev developed a custom demonstration application that allows cooperative UCAV mission planning with a four-views system (threats management, target planning, air operations and satellite imagery). 80 more words


We Are Brienne

by Lexi Alexander | Originally posted at Lexi-Alexander.com

“All my life men like you’ve sneered at me, and all my life I’ve been knocking men like you into the dust.”

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So Long, and Thanks for All the Domains

While Trojans like Dyre and Dridex are dominating malware-related news, we take the time to have a closer look at Tinba (Tiny Banker, Zusy, Illi), yet another Trojan which targets Windows users. 922 more words


Martha Coolidge: Blaming DGA For Lack Of Female Directors Is "Dangerous Side-Path"

Veteran director Martha Coolidge, a former president of the Directors Guild of America, wholeheartedly supports the ACLU’s call for an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission investigation into the woeful underemployment of female directors. 1,883 more words


DGA Denies ACLU Claim of Secret Hiring List

The DGA has hit back at the ACLU over the civil rights group’s charge that the guild recommends directors for particular projects. In its recent letter to the EEOC calling for a government investigation of the lack of job opportunities for female directors, the ACLU claimed that “the Directors Guild itself reportedly uses short lists to recommend directors for particular projects, but the lists are not transparent or publicly available.” 2,063 more words


Directors Guild blames networks, studios for gender bias

LOS ANGELES — The Directors Guild of America says networks and studios are to blame for the “deplorable” dearth of female directors in Hollywood, following a call by the American Civil Liberties Union for an investigation into the industry’s “systemic failure” to hire female directors. 530 more words


Irked DGA Acknowledges Anti-Female Bias But Tells ACLU Don't Blame Us - Update

UPDATED, 3:48 PM: The DGA, whose membership includes 1,271 women directors vs. 9,210 male directors, agreed with the gist of the ACLU’s report but is clearly irritated about being lumped in as part of the problem. 416 more words

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