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Pie making is kind of like a lost art, said Michele Stuart , owner of Micheles Pies , which has outlets in Norwalk and Westport. There are not that many people who do these things anymore. Still, Ms. Stuart, who learned the art of pie making at the side of her grandmother and who has since earned 27 first place National Pie Championships Awards for her expertise, is more than willing to share her secrets. Indeed, she has written twotell-all books about the process, Perfect Pies and Perfect Pies & More, the latter of which was published just this past week. It kind of tells the story of how I got started and followed my dream, she said.

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He published his findings on Medium . Turns out, Apple's newest software includes a list of objects, terms, and even facial expressions that Photos can detect. "I found them by poking around plist files and system framework binaries" in the beta version of Apple's software, Yin told Business Insider. For example, the photos app only recognizes and distinguishes between seven hardcoded facial expressions: Greedy Surprise Suspicious. Apple's photo search works by detecting 4,432 different scenes and objects. So Apple is looking through your photos for specific images like "alligator," "dog," or "burrito." But this approach also indicates that, at the moment, you won't be able to search for, say "beef jerky," which isn't included in the list. (The full list is at the bottom of the post.) That's because Apple is pre-training - or teaching - its algorithm with these specific terms, then installing that pre-trained algorithm on people's devices. In contrast, Google uploads each user's entire photo library to look for new patterns. Apple isn't planning to do that yet.

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