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Julien Giever
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Non Machina, Spiritus Iners
Non Machina, Spiritus Iners

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"Our results show that by reverse engineering how people think about a problem, we can develop better algorithms," explains Brenden Lake, a Moore-Sloan Data Science Fellow at New York University and the paper's lead author. "Moreover, this work points to promising methods to narrow the gap for other machine learning tasks."

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It’s widely acknowledged that offensive cyberattacks will be a necessary component of any future military campaign, and the weapons are being developed now. #cybersecurity   #cyberwarfare  

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Nice to hear.  I have been a Bethesda fan since way back in the 90's and their Terminator games.

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So, according to this list, before Cyber Crime even existed I was a cyber criminal because I like computers and spent time online.  As the article says, "this could lead to negative interactions which turns the next Steve Wozniak or Tim Berners-Lee off a career in technology for good."

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Estonian engineers say they may have found a solution with their latest invention—a small, propeller-less underwater robot that causes minimum disturbance and lowers the risk of damage to submarine archaeology.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-12-estonian-turtle-robot-shipwrecks-treasure.html#jCp

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Best on the list in my opinion is Life is Strange -- great game.  Fallout 4 has been fun, Witcher 3 deserved GOTY, and Undertale was wonderful too.

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While politicians quibble over how to deal with illegal immigration, an ominous group of foreigners goes unaddressed: space aliens.

Read more at: http://phys.org/news/2015-12-awaken-alien.html#jCp

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Expect this technique to show up in TV crime shows this fall.  Or in True Crime novels.

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It's important to note that D-Wave's computers are not capable of universal computing: they are only useful for a small number of very specific tasks.
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