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The private and public worlds of technology collided this week with a set of stories about two very different companies: one a large business in its fourth decade, seeking to adjust to a new world; the other a much touted Silicon Valley start-up
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An AI system that detects alterations in the images used in science research papers has been developed by LPixel, a startup spun out of the University of Tokyo.
TOKYO -- A young Japanese entrepreneur is using cutting-edge image processing and artificial intelligence tools to uncover fraudulent research papers.
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Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone or tablet each and every Sunday. A big congratulations to last week’s winner of the Oppo R7 giveaway: Nurul S. from Malaysia. This week we are giving away the new OnePlus 2! OnePlus took the wraps off of its latest 'flagship killer' a couple of weeks ago, and the latest iteration continues to offer what we loved about the original, with some refinements and...
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Bloomberg - MADE: Bloodroot Blades Forges Knives From Scrap Metal http://bloom.bg/1MtErfV
This is the first episode of MADE, a series of simple, lovely short films that demonstrate how everyday luxury objects are created. This seven-episode arc honors the process and craftsmen behind these items, because we believe that to truly appreciate an object of world-class quality, you must understand how it's MADE. This installment of MADE focuses on two friends and business partners who create one-of-a-kind knives from metal they recover fro...
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Bloomberg - Hedge Funds are Bringing Back Everyone's Least Favorite Toxic Investment http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-10-20/cdo-revival-led-by-hedge-funds-pinning-hopes-on-smallest-banks
Joshua Siegel is bringing back a version of one of the most toxic financial vehicles ever devised and arguing that this time it’s going to be different.
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Fish is quite fresh, value for money compared to Japanese sashimi. However, if you're not Korean (or going with a Korean host), it can be rather an unpleasant experience dealing with the staff here pili*ahem*pinos. To boot. The lady boss here, the one with the giant anime spectacles, will drive you in to submission with her icy stares at your any request. If you can take the attitude, you're good. Gotta have a thick skin when dealing with them.
Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Not what it used to be. If it can't be cooked to standard, don't put it on the menu. Granted, the pastas here are still good, but not excellent anymore. Portions have shrunken faster than Malaysia's foreign reserves and prices similarly sky-rocketing in lock step. Most of the other items are hit or miss (mostly miss). Ordered the crab seafood risotto in squid ink once and it was very good, the next time I came back to order the same dish, it came out with steamed rice and steamed crab, bland and a complete rip off. When I brought this to the attention of the sous chef (some rude Italian dude), he very summarily dismissed me to say that's what I ordered. The rest of the staff has also similarly declined in the level of their service. Hoping to enjoy your meal in a peaceful ambience? Say good-bye to that too. They now bring in egregiously awful bands belting out tunes in a tone-deaf manner with cracking vocals seemingly to chase their customers away. A hearty non-recommendation from me.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
underdelivers and overpriced. cheap materials and very unhealthy. don´t let the presentation fool you. there aren´t may options when it comes to bakeries in the hartamas/mon´t kiara area, which explains why so many people settle for coming here. but i´d much rather go a little further to jalan ipoh to get my properly fermented flour. if you´re gonna get insulin spiking cancer inducing refined sugar and flour, why do it in such an abominable manner? roll cakes have a HARD outer shell and tastes like the saran wrap they come in (probably wrapped when they were piping hot out of the oven, causing lots of BPA residue to melt and settle on the cake). all the danish-like breads pffttt. hokkaido cup-cakes which could´be very nearly have been their only saving grace, made with cheap flour and overly sugared to make up for it.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
These guys are horrible. They're staffed by the uneducated underclass of Malaysia. If you went to public school in Malaysia, these are the guys who "ponteng" all the time, and smoke in the toilets. They've always wanted to act macho and have influence over others. This job gives them the perfect outlet to release their in-built tension for hostility. Yet, events such as the LPGA in KLGCC still hire them. It's a shame because they really tarnish the image of these otherwise respectable events.
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Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
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The unfortunate thing is that I actually have to give this a star in order to review it. It should have negative stars. Like negative infinity. This place is a farce. Labeling this a 'dim sum' place is probably THE greatest injustice ever inflicted upon any cuisine to come out of any country. To call this place a pariah is to give it too much credit. Even without the dim sum moniker, the 'food' coming out the 'kitchen' here would not stand a chance even in the abominable Jalan Alor. And we've not even gotten to their shameless extortionistic assault on your bank account. Don Carleone wouldn't have been so brave. Save your money and do it at home if you're so inclined to eat dishes like those served here. All you gotta do is watch 'how to basic' on youtube to prepare food of comparable quality. A sampling of their many failures: 1. The fried rice. Take oil recycled from the drains, use the cheapest rice you can buy from NSK, throw in some frozen veggies and crab meat and mix in a COLD (i kid you not, it felt like it was not cooked over a fire) pan. 2. Prawn mango spring rolls. Go to frozen section of your local supermarket and buy spring rools, stuff some cheap mangoes from your local pasar malam, serve it. And finally, after taking a bite of your food, you'll understand the largely homogeneous clientele you see around you. These are not people you would find at any respectable dim sum establishment. These are the people with dubiously obtained titles, whose drivers are waiting from them in their heavily tinted black Toyota Al-farts, most likely double and triple parked somewhere, spending their croniers all the while feeling proud that they're eating (what they think is an exotic cuisine) because they aren't allowed in an actual dim sum place. It's all too easy to best this place, all ya gotta do is Lai Peen Si and serve it.
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Bad. At any price. It's quite impossible to quantify the lousiness of this place. It's off the scale. Banana pancakes are hard and tasteless. Button mushrooms are swimming in hydrogenated fat. Potatoes don't taste like potatoes (likely some cheap GM crap). Don't let the queue here deceive you. It's just the trendy-wannabe types desperately and not very successfully trying to up their hipsterness by downing some (stale) bacon.
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
Update September 2015: What was once a cozy quiet cafe has been turned in to a ruckus. The peaceful Filipino staff has left, replaced by this one Willem Dafoe lookalike chinese lady. She was doing some accounts on her laptop taking up a table in an already cramped space. She'll continue to proposition you to buy as many items as possible and she can't seem to stop. You won't have two seconds to decide what you'd like to eat. A real shame. Won't be going back until they've trained a new, more polite staff. The best macarons in town. Delicately balanced flavors, would be nice if they were a tad larger. TWG is a close second. Nathalie's Gourmet a distant third. (Pierre Ledent you say? May be I'll try it when they stop extorting their customers). The drinks, however, are probably not up to the same par. The cocoa powder used in the the hot chocolate was of fairly good quality. However, the taste and texture was marred by the use of pungent, local Goodday milk instead of, say, the purer Australian Farmhouse. It's a shame that the shop is so very tiny. Can't really savor one's drink in that cramped space that fits only a single table.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago