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  • Thor's Avatar
    12-08-2017, 10:36 AM
    More news: https://www.grahamcluley.com/four-hours-taught-rules-chess-alphazero-became-strongest-player-world-ever-seen/
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    12-07-2017, 05:23 PM
    That is what I was thinking too....
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    12-06-2017, 06:54 PM
    So, what does everyone think? a real issue with "too much" cannabis use over time and basically overloading (or frying) the endocannabinoid system. Or more likely a toxic overload syndrome from some of the chemicals used in grows that are not "organic" or clean. Or something else? I did a quick search and found: https://www.leafly.com/news/health/what-is-cannabinoid-hyperemesis-syndrome
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    12-05-2017, 12:01 PM
    https://gizmodo.com/artificially-intelligent-robot-predicts-its-own-future-1821011834
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    12-05-2017, 11:08 AM
    I encourage people to watch the video...
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    12-05-2017, 10:46 AM
    Google’s Artificial Intelligence Built An AI That Outperforms Any Made By Humans http://www.collective-evolution.com/2017/12/05/googles-artificial-intelligence-built-a-child-ai-that-outperforms-any-made-by-humans/ Researchers at Google Brain have just announced the creation of AutoML — an artificial intelligence that can actually generate its own AIs. Even more impressive, researchers have already presented AutoML with a difficult challenge: to build another AI that could then create a ‘child’ able to outperform all of its human-made counterparts. Google researchers automated the design of machine learning models using a technique know as reinforcement learning. AutoML acts as a controller neural network that develops a child AI network for a specific task. This child AI, which researchers are calling NASNet, was tasked with recognizing objects, people, cars, traffic lights, handbags, backpacks, and more in a real-time video. AutoML, in the meantime, evaluates NASNet’s performance and then uses that information to improve NASNet, repeating and refining this process thousands of times.
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    12-04-2017, 08:01 PM
    https://www.theverge.com/2017/12/1/16723238/ai-artificial-intelligence-progress-index
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    11-15-2017, 11:36 AM
    I have thought about it, and agree whole-heartedly.
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    11-15-2017, 08:06 AM
    There are a lot of folks over here on RPF that (indirectly) back him too. SMH
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  • Identity's Avatar
    11-14-2017, 12:41 PM
    Way to miss my point- you appeal to authority with the typical corny "You dun no' nuddin' about economics" arguments while ignoring the general consensus within academia. Silliness. If you had some sort of authority in the matter (i.e. broad consensus within multiple schools within the field) then I could see your argument having a semblance of authenticity behind it. We have PhD's in economics who subscribe to Libertarian Socialism- why am I wrong to cite them and rely upon their ideas yet someone quote-mining typical Austrian talking points is valid? What Revolution was doing was just throwing out buzzwords with no explanation behind them: don't focus on the real issue of immigration and the blue takeover of America- better to just focus on da Federal Reserve man! No one is going to be convinced with that level of retardedness and it's not a feasible strategy going forward. Good luck trying to abolish the Fed or any other comical Libertarian ideal when the Democrats have a permanent majority in the Congress and the party is run by oligarchs. We'll focus on real issues like immigration which are winning issues and necessary to tackle if we wish to keep America functioning properly.
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    11-12-2017, 07:36 PM
    Here's one of the creepier cases and also a famous one in its time- the disappearance of Dennis Martin. Strange instance of green berets (who refused to cooperate or exchange knowledge with search and rescue) and an FBI report that points to a wild man being the culprit behind Martin's disappearance. David had the opportunity to meet with the father of the missing kid, here's him talking about it on Coast 2 Coast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8QZ0kNUhsk --------------------- Here's another one which is honestly the craziest: http://mysteriousuniverse.org/2016/09/eerily-bizarre-cases-of-mysterious-vanished-children/
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    11-12-2017, 07:25 PM
    David Paulides is a former detective that investigates missing persons and has taken an interest in the unexplained disappearances in rural areas & forests. He claimed to have discovered several patterns such as "clusters" in certain geographical areas along with similar age groups vanishing depending on the given location. A few other anomalies are the tracking dogs losing the scent or going up seemingly unlikely routes (up mountain sides, going upstream a river, boulder areas, rocky cliffs, etc..) Another oddity is the presence of the word "Devil" in the location surrounding the missing people- Devil's Nest, Devil's Peak, Devil's Cave, etc.. Paulides doesn't offer an explanation (he says nothing seems to fit) but leaves it up to the listener to draw his own conclusion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aghKNrjFeRM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QezIejUhDT4
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    11-12-2017, 07:20 PM
    Never said we did but this is also another lame tactic used. In one breath you'll praise diversity and the "hey maaan let's exchange our ideas" type ideal, in the next breath you'll say immigration is a non-issue and immigration rates will consistently remain the same so we shouldn't even be discussing the issue. Famously enough Ted Kennedy said something similar during the passing of the 1965 Immigration Act. Right now massive amounts of immigration have turned California and Virginia into blue-leaning states. If immigration continues consistently (unlikely seeing as how it benefits major religious players, Democratic politicians, and the capitalist donor class. We'll expect more immigration post-Trump if anything) then you're going to see a permanent Democratic majority. Perhaps the GOP will make a come-back, but it won't be in any recognizable form, i.e. one could expect a total overhaul in ideology, fiscal conservatism, and nativist skepticism. How is this beneficial for our interests and our society? I've yet to get a coherent answer from your side and expect none here.
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    11-12-2017, 07:04 PM
    Global communication just dumbs down culture and appeals to the lowest common denominator. Democracy is merely a game of trying to simplify your snake oil onto a bumper sticker while keeping a steady amount of donor money. Then once in office voting along your party when it's politically convenient for you to do so. Hardly some grand enlightenment of humanity. Right now we don't have your ideal- rather we have one side which promotes globalism, oligarchy, and diversity. On the other side you have people maligned by the people, thrown into jail for expressing their opinions, beaten violently when peacefully assembling together, and censored by mainstream companies, government forces, and social circles. Not some stupid "Hey maaan let's sit down, smoke a blunt and talk about our ideas maaaan" type hippy notion that you're implying. Also, exchanging ideas is not always a good thing- ideas have consequences as I said earlier in the thread. Something that both sides (left & right) have difficulty accepting. Strange how Japan, South Korea, Israel, and Hungary are perfectly fine without mass islamic migrations. I suppose the "ideas" of clitorectomies and honor killings have yet to benefit those countries.
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    11-12-2017, 06:38 PM
    Real freedom is living a paleolithic hunter-gatherer lifestyle, free from obligation or commitment to anyone outside your immediate tribe/family. Contemporary civilization requires generations worth of infrastructure, State intervention, social cohesion, and shared interests & values. Accepting mass immigration or even just any immigration because "freedumb" has to be one of the strangest most half-cocked arguments I've ever come across. Although such hilarious insights do not seem to be atypical for your posts. Presupposing that society ought to have such simplistic notions (it doesn't, and most people would never agree with you) is unfounded.
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    11-12-2017, 06:32 PM
    Yes, that's right. I can picture our Libertopia right now- hoards of Latin American and Saudis marching down the suburbs of the West, "Hey hey! Ho ho! The minimum wage has got to go! 19th century economics are the way to go! Ho ho! Hey hey!" Different men of religion, race, culture walking hand-in-hand singing kumbaya chanting, "Corporations shall overcome! Corporations shall overcome! Wage slavery for all!" PS: No serious institution really cares about abolishing the Federal Reserve, we're thankful at this point to have such an institution- without it you would see a depression worse than that of the 30's. At best you have the Mises Institute that advocates for its abolishment but the opinion is rather fringe in the field of economics. Based upon the other things your types have to say about such matters it makes me much more inclined to side with the mainstream than Alex Jones-esque weirdos.
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    11-10-2017, 09:53 PM
    https://gizmodo.com/new-brain-technologies-could-lead-to-terrifying-invasio-1820295087 New Brain Technologies Could Lead to Terrifying Invasions of Privacy, Warn Scientists Imagine for a minute that you survive a terrible accident, and lose function of your right arm. You receive a brain implant able to interpret your brain’s neural activity and reroute commands to a robotic arm. Then one day, someone hacks that chip, sending malicious commands to the robotic arm. It’s a biological invasion of privacy in which you are suddenly no longer in control. A future in which we can simply download karate skills a la The Matrix or use computers to restore functionality to damaged limbs seems like the stuff of a far-off future, but that future is inching closer to the present with each passing day. Early research has had success using brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) to move prosthetic limbs and treat mental illness. DARPA is exploring how to use the technology to make soldiers learn faster. Companies like Elon Musk’s Neuralink want to use it to read your mind. Already, researchers can interpret basic information about what a person is thinking simply by reading scans of their brain activity from an fMRI. As incredible as the potential of these technologies are, they also present serious ethical conundrums that could one day compromise our privacy, identity, agency, and equality. In an essay published Thursday in Nature, a group of 27 neuroscientists, neurotechnologists, clinicians, ethicists and machine-intelligence engineers spell out their concerns.
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