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// A goon WrenP-Complete has built a neural network trained on my various crazed rantings, and has unleashed it on Twitter. The current goal is to do the same for a wordy Libertarian poster, and have the two bots chat with each other.

I've dreamed of bots like these for a long time. I can't tell you how unbelievably happy it makes me that someone on the internet made it. It makes me feel as immortal as I'll ever be.

In the future everyone will have lots of bots like these. Some you'll be proud of and show off; others you'll be ashamed of and kill without a second thought.

But this one was handcrafted as a voluntary action by an internet community. In Jan 2017, still before AI had yet to really explode.

It is completely wonderful.

More: https://twitter.com/eripsabot
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>On September 22, 2016, this site was forced offline for nearly four days after it was hit with “Mirai,” a malware strain that enslaves poorly secured Internet of Things (IoT) devices like wireless routers and security cameras into a botnet for use in large cyberattacks. Roughly a week after that assault, the individual(s) who launched that attack — using the name “Anna Senpai” — released the source code for Mirai, spawning dozens of copycat attack armies online.

After months of digging, KrebsOnSecurity is now confident to have uncovered Anna Senpai’s real-life identity, and the identity of at least one co-conspirator who helped to write and modify the malware.

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On September 22, 2016, this site was forced offline for nearly four days after it was hit with “Mirai,” a malware strain that enslaves poorly secured Internet of Things (IoT) devices like wireless routers and security cameras into a botnet for use in large cyberattacks. Roughly a week after that assault, the ...
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Making a knife with meteors. Nice.
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Fascinating.
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Quite the educational video. Not only for them (former North Koreans) finding out about BBQ, but learning a bit more about life in North Korea.
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>Ferguson said it was “unprecedented” for Lewis to say “I don’t believe Donald Trump is a legitimate president.”

“I can’t imagine the fallout, the backfire that you would have if a Republican ever implied that about Barack Obama or Bill Clinton or JFK or anyone else for that matter,” he continued.

“Ben, Ben, Ben, that’s exactly what many Republicans did,” CNN host Poppy Harlow interrupted, “including the president-elect for years questioning the legitimacy of the first black president.”

// What a dingus.

http://www.rawstory.com/2017/01/conservatives-criticism-of-john-lewis-backfires-after-cnn-host-points-out-trumps-birther-lies/
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Please give us a break and stop showing this crap
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Julian Assange will not hand himself in despite a promise to do so if Chelsea Manning was granted clemency, according to one of his lawyers.
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>This is an idea conceived in a brain with no limitations.

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"T Rex want's everyone to have smaller arms"

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Dear gawd people in there wants a war with China
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Haha that ending was great.
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Have a feeling that the next 4 four years are going to be golden for showering political humor. 
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